Lile International Companies has been a leader of the transportation business in the Pacific Northwest for over 50 years. Currently owned and managed by sisters, Barbara Lile and Diane DeAutremont, Lile International Companies is certified by the Women s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) as a Women-Owned Business with 11 branch locations in Seattle (Kent), Tacoma, Spokane, Vancouver, Bremerton, Centralia and Longview, Washington and Portland (Tualatin), Salem, Eugene, and Medford, Oregon. Lile was founded in 1959 when Wendell B. Lile purchased the assets of a small household goods moving and storage company in Tacoma, Washington. Since establishment, Lile has grown significantly in operating locations, revenue and markets served, yet remains committed to providing claim-free, reliable, customer-focused moving and storage services to our customers. Lile is ranked as a top 10 North American Van Lines Agent, has received numerous awards for safety, and is an Accredited Member of the Better Business Bureau. We specialize in the transportation of household goods including local, long distance, and corporate moves as well as government and military relocations. Lile also has a strong presence in commercial relocation which includes office moving, warehousing and distribution, and specialized business logistics solutions.Additional Info
|Agent||National Van Lines, Inc.|
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Customer Name : Sally S.Posted at November 8th, 2022 09::11
Subject :Not one item was broken or damaged
Comment : Did not end up using them... Scheduled an estimate visit for today, November 11... called to make sure he was coming and was told that I had called and rescheduled for tomorrow, that she had talked to me! I did not, had no reason to... Jenny said she was sorry for the misunderstanding... I said there was no misunderstanding as I had never called and never wanted to reschedule... I pointed out that I had not received a confirmation e mail for tomorrow... again she said sorry for the misunderstanding but that other people working there had access to the system...