Transportation industry is struggling to recover from the Sandy Hurricane devastation. As a result, local transportation vendors, including Elite Chicago Limo have been contracted to outsource all logistics service needs.
November 6, 2012 (Newswire) - Following the events that took place during the disastrous week in the East Coast, Sandy's victims are taking steps towards a smooth recovery. Businesses are cleaning up the mess after the Hurricane's devastation, waiting to eventually reopen their doors to rejuvenated customers.
Perhaps the greatest damage was done to the transportation industry, however, which had unfortunately parked their buses, taxis, and limousines outside before the storm. The majority of the cars and limos were damaged as a result and will be rushed to their nearest auto dealer to repair the ruined interiors and electrical systems. As such, Elite Chicago Limo has been contracted by A1 and US Limos to provide relief while the fleets are currently being repaired.
As a result, Elite Chicago Limo has sent over 20 sedans and stretch limousines and 5 party buses to the East Coast to assist in the cleanup process and help businesses get back to their regular transportation routines. In the meantime, Elite has outsourced its local Chicago limo service business to Chicago-based companies that will cover the outstanding trips for the next few weeks.
The serious shortage of limousines and taxis in the East Coast metropolitan business areas has caused major headaches for businesses and local travelers. Many services are still forced to keep their business doors shut since they are unable to refill their inventory and/or transport their personnel. Truck companies have followed Elite's way in sending help, but much more assistance is still needed.
If any other local trucking, limousine, shuttle bus, or taxi companies are still interested in helping out, please forward all of your information to firstname.lastname@example.org.