Elite Moving Systems was honored with a Global Citizenship Award at Cartus Corporation’s 2017 Global Network Conference, held September 25 – 26 in Chicago, Illinois, at the Hyatt Regency, McCormick Place. The Cartus Global Network is Cartus’ industry-leading worldwide service provider network, and the company’s Global Citizenship Award recognizes a deeper appreciation for the companies and individuals in the Network who have exemplified Cartus’ core values of service, collaboration, and respect—all fundamental aspects of good global citizenship. The theme of this year’s conference was “Innovate.”
IElite Moving Systems was awarded a Global Citizenship Award for its outstanding contributions to the health, welfare, and safety of others, and/or for improvements in a community’s quality of life on a national or international level.
“At the end of the day, helping people is our intention and is the basis for everything we do at Cartus,” said Mike Brannan, senior vice president, Global Supply Chain Management. “This extends to our customers, coworkers, neighbors and communities. Giving back is a part of our company culture, because we believe our company and employees can make a difference. We wanted to recognize network suppliers who share that same belief, so we created our Global Citizenship Award. Elite Moving Systems , is this year’s recipient of that award; we’re impressed by all they do to give back to their local and global communities.”
Elite Moving Systems has partnered with Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice www.noahsaekhospice.org.uk , based in North London , to provide innovative fund raising methods with families relocating in or out of the United Kingdom .
“Cartus has traditionally set the bar very high when it comes to global citizenship,” said Alan Cartwright , Managing Director , Elite Moving Systems . “We’re proud to be a part of Cartus’ Global Network, but we’re also extremely proud to have received their Global Citizenship Award. It puts us in good company when it comes to our mutual commitment to giving something back.”