Allied Van Lines is 95 this year! Allied and Tippet-Richardson are both celebrating 95 years of providing excellent moving and storage services. Tippet-Richardson turned 95 in December and Allied are celebrating this year.Continue reading
Allied Van Lines and Tippet-Richardson are both celebrating 95 years of providing excellent moving and storage services. Tippet-Richardson turned 95 in December and Allied are beginning their celebrations this year.Continue reading
Happy International Women’s Day 2023!
Imagine a gender equal world. A world free of bias, stereotypes, and discrimination. A world that’s diverse, equitable, and inclusive. A world where difference is valued and celebrated. Together we can forge women’s equality.
Collectively we can all #EmbraceEquity
Tippet-Richardson is thrilled to have been awarded the FAIM 3.2 Award, as complying with the requirements of the FIDI-FAIM Quality Standard for international moving. We are therefore recognized as an Affiliate of FIDI Global Alliance.Continue reading
Earlier this month, Tippet-Richardson headed to Atlanta, GA, for IAM 2022. This year marked the 60th annual meeting for the International Association of Movers and we were thrilled to be able to attend.Continue reading
Whilst T-R is celebrating its 95th anniversary, it’s quite fitting that we’re doing our staff focus on Jeff Brennan, as he’s also celebrating an anniversary: 30 years with the T-R brand!
Jeff has worked for T-R Westcan Inc. for 7 years, holding the position of GM at our Vancouver branch. However, he hails from Ontario and it is where he got his start working for Tippet-Richardson Limited and where he’s been doing the brand proud, most recently as the GM of our Ottawa branch.Continue reading
We’re celebrating Tippet-Richardson’s 95th anniversary this year! T-R began life from humble beginnings in 1927 (the year of Canada’s Diamond Anniversary), when Basil Tippet and C.A. Richardson rented a warehouse and a moving van, to start their operation in Toronto. This was way back before there was even a highway into Western Canada.
Now we’ve been around for almost a century and we’ve certainly seen a few things. T-R has survived: the stock market crash of ’29 and the Great Depression that followed in the “dirty thirties”; the global devastation of World War 2; not to mention the COVID pandemic. We were even here when the maple leaf was raised for the very first time on the Canadian flag we know today.Continue reading