New Regional Operations Centre in Phoenix

March 26, 2018

Downtown Phoenix, Arizona at night

Continued growth and client needs led to the new office

Graebel Phoenix Office

Graebel Phoenix Office

Graebel has expanded with a new regional operations centre in Phoenix. The office, which has been serving national and multinational clients for several months, is a full-service centre, including operations, supplier development and corporate training.

“Our Phoenix regional operations centre allows us to better serve clients throughout the West, including those in financial and retail industries,” said Bill Graebel, SGMS, Chairman and CEO of Graebel. “Phoenix is also home to a number of multinational and Fortune 500 companies with global and mobile workforces, and it’s a great market for relocation talent.”

Located in central Phoenix at 4745 N. 7th St. in the Valley Commerce Center, the office currently has 20 employees, with plans to double its staff by the end of the year. Graebel continues to seek and hire team members with both U.S. domestic and international relocation consulting experience, along with a shared commitment to the company’s duty of care in serving clients. Samantha Hainey, CRP, GMS-T, vice president of client services, leads the office.

“At Graebel, we strive to be an employer of choice with opportunities for all our team members to develop, grow and succeed,” Hainey said. “Our team is excited to be part of the Phoenix community as we continue to grow and help companies with their mobility programmes and strategies.”

Graebel’s expansion into the Phoenix market reflects the company’s continued global growth. This year, Graebel has seen expansion in its Houston, Seattle and Shanghai regional operations offices.

With the Phoenix office, Graebel now has more than a dozen locations around the world and employs nearly 900 employees globally.

Read more in the full press release.

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