The Seattle branch is now operational

Jacques Monier, CEO of IMS-Brytor announces that the Seattle subsidiary is now operational. The team is now ready to assist Washington State clients with their international relocation projects. “I have great confidence in the team I have selected to start and sustain the activities of the branch.” Juan Romero now oversees the Seattle branch, in addition to those in Vancouver and Calgary. He provides the new team with his commercial and logistical expertise in the Pacific Northwest region. Robson Granero, as Business Development Director, applies his business model successfully applied to Florida by adapting it to the specifics of the Washington State market. At the sales level, Fabiana Costa and Geraldine Taboada use their extensive experience as Moving Consultants to best support customers.


Recognized quality of moving service

Jacques Monier adds: “I would like to thank my teams for their great involvement throughout 2022. Moreover, their efforts were recognized from one end of the United States to the other at the end of the year. I am therefore all the more convinced that we will provide a high level of service quality to our Seattle customers in 2023.” Indeed, the Florida team was voted best moving company in the Miami area by customers at the Lide Miami awards ceremony in December, while the Seattle branch recently obtained its FIDI certification.


Launch of Brytor One

The last important news in terms of innovation is the company announcing the launch of Brytor One, the small moving solution that thinks big. For the first time in North America, Brytor moves personal belongings weighing only 500 pounds across the country. So we move as small as the equivalent of 70 cubic feet. For example, it’s as small as a long-distance move of 16 boxes or a washer and dryer. Learn more


Contact us for your international moving requests from or to Washington:

Contact: Fabiana Costa and Geraldine Taboada

Address: 1106 Shuksan Way, Everett, WA 98203, USA

Tel.: 1 (425) 541-7843

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