Now with a combined 30 years of experience and expertise, this acquisition represents an important step in All Points’ larger initiative to continue to grow the company, increase its green footprint, create more efficient communication with customers, and increase local jobs, according to a joint press release from the companies.
“This is an amazing opportunity for us, as the merger of these two family-owned companies will be absolutely seamless since we share the same philosophies of personal service, safety, and community involvement,” said Becky Laramee, president of All Points. “I believe this new venture will help us to extend our core business into the growing areas of corporate transportation with excellent customer service.”
With this acquisition, All Points has increased the use of fuel-efficient hybrid sedans to uphold its commitment to the environment, and has recently adapted a paperless dispatch system, which provides electronic updates to customers on the location of their vehicle as well as paperless bills.
The new venture will also open up employment in the area. Laramee expects to add some 6-8 additional employees over the next year to serve the increased demand. Currently, the company has 25 employees including three generations of Laramee’s family. Laramee and her brother, John, purchased All Points in 2008
Ideal for business trips, All Points Limousine will increase its fleet to approximately 20 hybrid luxury sedans, executive vans, minicoaches and limousines, as well as expand its core service area to all of Central Massachusetts, while still offering nationwide transportation options, Laramee said.
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