• 2014 Atlas Migration Patterns Data–The Road More or Less Traveled

    Why do people move? For some, it’s a career opportunity. For others, it’s a desire to be closer to family. Or it may be the lure of climate—a chance to trade gray skies and cold air for blue skies and balmy breezes.

    Whatever the reasons, humans are migratory. To see the trends in their movements, Atlas evaluates the origin and destination points for the moves it books each year. These data points form a mosaic of moving patterns across the U.S. and Canada. So, what do they show?

    North by North Quest . . . Washington moves from balanced to inbound, repeating a cycle we saw in 2011 and 2012.

    Neighboring Montana, however, went from inbound to balanced, which it has been for five of the last six years. Further north, Alaska’s influx has tapered as well; the Land of the Midnight Sun finds itself in the balanced column for the second year after twelve consecutive years as inbound.
  • Vision 2018

    ​ Atlas teams develop a platform to Go New Places.® In the previous issue of the Amplifier, we introduced Vision 2018, a strategic planning effort Atlas began in the fourth quarter last year. Its aim: to find a path for healthy growth at a time when the company and the industry face increasin...
  • Amplifier Evolving a Little Further: Online

    “This gives us the opportunity to bring corporate-level information into a real-time environment, which will benefit all segments of our business. It makes us more contemporary. You don’t have to wait for a printed piece; it’s already accessible to you, to your customers and ...

HOUSEHOLD MOVING

LOGISTICS

CORPORATE RELOCATION

AGENTS

  • And the Winner is ...

    Imlach & Collins Brothers wins 2015 Mover of the Year award Move For Hunger Development Director Kristy Redford...
  • A Blast from the Past

    What do you do with the shattered remains of the greatest race boat ever built? "The last time this boat was in th...
  • The Club Checks in at Cabo

    The President’s Club will enjoy the sweeping mountainside and oceanfront views of Cabo San Lucas during their ...
  • DMS Wins Cartus Masters Cup

    Highest Honor Bestowed by Cartus Global Network Recognizes DMS for Outstanding Service and Performance ​Pictured fr...
  • Your 2014 Quality Award Winners

    Each year, Atlas honors the agents whose performance exemplifies this dedication. They embody the heart of Atlas q...

EVENTS

PEOPLE

  • Rememberances

    Walter Kupka, 70, of  Puyallup, WA passed away May 16. He was the former President of Ed’s Moving...
  • Two Join Atlas Subsidiaries

    Avail Resource Management and Cornerstone Relocation Group are proud to announce that Mary Beth Johnson and Mark Rab...
  • Lifetime of Achievement

    Mike Shaffer received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Moving & Storage Institute in February at the...