Reynolds Transfer & Storage, Inc. Receives Recognition For Sustainability

Mar 13, 2018 -

United Van Lines announced that Reynolds Transfer & Storage, Inc., Madison, Wisconsin, was the overall top performer in its annual Sustainability Challenge. The award was presented by United’s Director of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Rebecca Peterson at the company’s national sales and operations conference, recently held in St. Louis.

To participate in the challenge, each agent had to complete and submit a scorecard reflecting their sustainability efforts during 2017. Agents were then placed in categories based upon score, with 102 being the maximum. Reynolds Transfer & Storage earned the top overall performer with for completing sustainable actions such as increasing the efficiency of its heating, cooling and ventilation system; implementing load optimization and recycling processes; ensuring company owned equipment is CARB compliant; and putting measures in place to monitor and control energy use.

United launched the Sustainability Challenge in 2014 to support its agents that incorporate sustainable practices throughout their organizations. It is also a way to recognize agents for making improvements to their business while positively affecting the triple bottom line of people, planet and profits.

About Reynolds Transfer & Storage, Inc.
Reynolds Transfer & Storage has been proudly serving businesses, residents and causes in the greater Madison area since 1888. Anna Gault Reynolds founded a livery stable and hauling firm with four rigs and 10 horses in 1888 and operated it out of a barn next to her house on the 600 block of East Mifflin Street. The company eventually grew into a specialty hauling firm. Henry and William Reynolds, Anna’s grandsons, took over management of the firm in 1929 and built Reynolds Transfer & Storage into one of the largest hauling companies in Wisconsin. In 1978, Reynolds Transfer joined the United agency family, adding to their service offerings. Today, Reynolds is a leader in hauling specialty items, from heavy machinery moving, office and residential relocation, to record and household goods storage and warehousing. The company is proud that our fifth and sixth generations are carrying on the strong tradition of family ownership and management. For more information, visit:

Reynolds Transfer & Storage, Inc., Madison, Wisconsin, recently received the United Van Lines 2018 Sustainability Challenge Award at United’s national sales and operations conference, held in St. Louis. Pictured left to right: UniGroup Director of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Rebecca Peterson and from Reynolds Transfer Ben Reynolds and Nils Johansson.