MHEC AWARD ANNOUNCEMENT – William B. Meyer, Inc. Awarded a Multi-year Provider Contract with Massachusetts Higher Education Consortium
29 Jan

MHEC AWARD ANNOUNCEMENT – William B. Meyer, Inc. Awarded a Multi-year Provider Contract with Massachusetts Higher Education Consortium

William B. Meyer, Inc. has been awarded a multi-year contract with the Massachusetts Higher Education Consortium (MHEC). MHEC is a buyers’ consortium dedicated to providing members of education-based organizations with high-quality, competitively-priced purchasing agreements. As a dedicated service provider, William B. Meyer stands to strengthen its presence in New England by negotiating contracts for services in Office Moving, Library Relocation, Residential Relocation and Specialized Moving Services to the over 500 private and state colleges, universities, municipalities, and other educational organizations that comprise the MHEC.

The decision to become a certified service provider for the MHEC comes as a natural evolution of William B. Meyer’s current and past work in the educational community. Leslie Barton, Business MHEC_color_logo_shadDevelopment Manager for William B. Meyer, spearheaded the contract for MHEC, “Inclusion in MHEC means access to universities and schools throughout Vermont, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine. We are perfectly located to bring our past experience, expertise, and services to all of these universities.”

It is William B. Meyer’s diverse business lines which set it apart from other MHEC providers. Ted Kennedy, Vice President of Sales for William B. Meyer, foresees a rewarding partnership with MHEC. “Unlike most providers of move services, William B. Meyer can offer consolidated solutions across different business lines.  We are an umbrella company that universities can come to for relocation needs ranging from moving a laboratory, classroom or library, to relocation services for faculty and staff.”  In choosing William B. Meyer, MHEC members can streamline all of their transportation and relocation needs, while benefiting from cost-savings that can come from consolidation of vendors.

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