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The Fast Forward Group joins AIM

Sep 06, 2015
The Fast Forward Group has recently joined The Alliance of Independent Movers (AIM)

The north London-based company provides domestic and commercial moving services along with extensive Storage facilities, which now accounts for around 60% of its business. The company was started by Mick Bradley thirty-five years ago with one van and an estate car. The business has grown considerably since those early days adopting the latest technology and offering customers services including online quotations and packaging sales.

”We looked at other organisations before deciding to join AIM. They are a new fresh idea and I liked the word ‘independent’; we are not a large multi-branch UK company and I felt AIM was more relevant to an operation of our size than some of the other trade bodies we could have joined,” said Mick. “I think these days, people like to know they’re dealing with a company that is accountable for its actions. Being a member of AIM, and the Road Haulage Association, which we’ve been members of for some years, gives us an added layer of credibility to back up our reputation.”

AIM founder Scott Rust said, I’m delighted to welcome The Fast Forward Group to the Alliance. Mick has been in the business for a long time and his company is one of the longest established in our organisation. I’m looking forward to working with him in the future.”

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. For the mover with limited resources, or even larger more established businesses, AIM can offer a wide range of benefits.

Photo:  The Fast Forward Group.

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