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J.H. Apsee & Sons join AIM

Feb 03, 2015
J.H. Apsee & Sons has recently become a member of the Alliance of Independent Movers. The South Wales-based company has been established for over 50 years and is still run by the Apsee family, and goes back four generations.

From its premises in Bridgend the company provides domestic and commercial moving services throughout South Wales as well as undertaking moves to the rest of the UK and Europe. The company has eight staff and operates six vehicles, including two 18 tonners and a road train.  A new low loader will shortly be added to the fleet. 

Owner Rhodri Apsee said, “We’re proud to be a member of AIM and it’s something we always tell our customers when we quote for a job. I think it gives them reassurance to know that we are part of a trade organisation and that we have to maintain high standards.  If something were to go wrong they would always have someone to turn to who could help, I think that gives us a definite advantage.” 

AIM founder Scott Rust said, “We welcome J. H. Apsee & Sons, they are a well established moving company with a good reputation for reliability and service and we’re delighted to have them as members.”

The Alliance of Independent Movers was created to assist removers of all sizes to grow and expand their businesses while offering their customers a high level of service. AIM offers its members a wide range of benefits including business advice, money saving deals with suppliers and help with resolving disputes should they arise.

Photo: J.H. Apsee & Sons

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