Wheaton World Wide Moving
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Wheaton World Wide Moving is a moving and storage company based in Indianapolis, Indiana, with more than 250 authorized agents. It handles household moving, corporate relocation, international shipping, military and government relocation and special commodity shipments.
|Industry||Moving & Storage|
|Headquarters||Indianapolis, IN, US|
- 1945: Clipper Van Lines founded by Earnest S. Wheaton
- 1951: Changed name to Wheaton Van Lines, Inc., following lawsuit with Pan Am
- Late 1950s: Expanded domestic and international services
- 1973: First carrier in the nation to hold complete 50-state authority from the Interstate Commerce Commission
- 1986: Named one of the top 101 service companies in America
- 1987: Changes name to Wheaton World Wide Moving
- 1989: Named one of the top 101 service companies in America
- 2000: Becomes a corporate sponsor of Give Kids the World, a non-profit for children with life-threatening diseases
- 2012: Acquires Bekins Van Lines, Inc.
Awards and highlightsEdit
Wheaton Moving supports the Give Kids the World program, which helps children with life-threatening illnesses visit attractions in central Florida by providing transportation, meals and attraction tickets.
In 2019, Wheaton World Wide Moving was ranked as the seventh-best moving company in the list of "Best Moving Companies in USA" by 9Kilo Moving
- "Pan American World Airways v. Clipper Van Lines, 98 F. Supp. 524 (E.D.N.Y. 1951)". Justia Law. Retrieved 2016-03-04.
- "Giving back: charities and philanthropy". Wheaton World Wide Moving. Retrieved 24 May 2014.
- Burns, Stephen. "Indiana's Entrepreneur of the Year: Wheaton World Wide Moving CEO honored by Ernst & Young". Retrieved 24 May 2014.
- "Best Moving Companies". Retrieved 2019-06-12.