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UniGroup

UniGroup, Inc
Industry moving and storage
Founded 1988
Headquarters Fenton, Missouri, USA
Jim Powers, president
H. Daniel McCollister, chairman
David P. Corrigan, vice chairman
Website UniGroupinc.com

UniGroup is a $1.7 billion transportation and relocation services company with headquarters in suburban St. Louis, Mo. In addition to household goods carriers United Van Lines and Mayflower Transit, logistics company UniGroup Logistics and international relocation providers UniGroup Relocation and Sterling Relocation, UniGroup owns other subsidiaries that provide goods and services to professional movers.

UniGroup’s Home Office is located in Fenton, Missouri. The Home Office has associates who provide centralized support functions for all of the operating companies including accounting; facilities management; marketing and public relations; sales, human resources; legal services; and information technology.

UniGroup, founded in 1988, is owned exclusively by active agents of United Van Lines and Mayflower Transit, certain overseas members of UTS International and senior management of the UniGroup companies. The UniGroup Board of Directors is led by H. Daniel McCollister as chairman and David P. Corrigan as vice-chairman. James G. Powers is president of UniGroup, as well as chief executive officer of the operating subsidiaries.

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