Two of the mobility industry’s most trusted leaders, Lexicon Relocation and Sterling Mobility, have announced the launch of their new brand - Sterling Lexicon.
In 2018, Lexicon Relocation acquired Sterling Mobility, expanding their combined global footprint and service offerings in the mobility marketplace. After six months of integration, the companies have rolled out as one unified, global brand. The integration of the two companies will enable Sterling Lexicon to deliver end-to-end services around the world for both private and corporate customers.
Peter Sewell, Managing Director in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and Asia Pacific (APAC) said, “Individually, Lexicon and Sterling were highly regarded in the relocation industry, with a reputation for outstanding customer service. Together, we bring an unparalleled level of care, expertise and attention to relocating employees around the world.”
David Dance, President of the Americas for Sterling Lexicon added, “Sterling Lexicon is demonstrating we can provide expert consultation and strategic insights to our customers. We believe we have the ingredients to provide the right mix of solutions that empower and help businesses keep pace with industry changes.”
Combined, Sterling Lexicon manages more than 25,000 global relocations annually, drawing on the resources of 14 regional offices and 1,000 supply chain partners, serving 180 countries across the globe. The newly branded company is part of The Suddath Companies which, in 2019, is celebrating 100 years in business.
Mike Brannigan, CEO of The Suddath Companies said, “The new brand is all about creating a mobility experience that leads to happy, productive people. Customers can now expect us to deliver seamlessly around the world while still providing local and regional expertise.”
Mike continued, “Through our innovative technology, experienced employees and our breadth of services, we’ve carved out a unique niche in the market.”
For updates and more information about Sterling Lexicon, please visit sterlinglexicon.com.