Allied Van Lines releases 43rd Annual Magnet States ReportBy Eric Anders • Jan 4th, 2011 • Category: Allied Van Lines, TRENDS IN RELOCATION
Allied Van Lines has released their 43rd Annual Magnet States Report.
Once again, Texas took the lead as the No. 1 magnet state in 2010 based on the relocation company's U.S. migration patterns. Colorado came in second place, with net relocation gains of just over 400. Florida, South Carolina and Arizona rounded out the top five states with the largest net relocation gains.
The results are based on 66,301 interstate household goods shipments handled during the period of January – November 2010. This number represents an 11.7% increase over 2009 when the migration patterns of 59,381 moves were tracked. Once again, California secured the title as the "most mobile state," with the highest volume of inbound and outbound shipments in the Allied Van Lines system.
The nationwide mover is one of the two domestic relocation brands that exist under the SIRVA corporate umbrella. SIRVA. Inc. is a privately owned moving industry holding company that resulted from the merger of Allied with North American Van Lines.
SOURCE: Allied Van Lines
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