FORT WORTH, TX — Steamatic Catastrophe Management (SCM) is working in Northern Victoria, Australia with Steamatic of Australia on cleanup and restoration following the devastation of recent floods, according to a press release.
The cleanup in Australia marks the first time SCM has traveled to work with one of Steamatic''s international franchisees, the release noted.
"I am not at all surprised that Bill and his team were able to travel such a long way to help us out," said Oliver Threlfall of Steamatic of Australia.
"Everyone I know with Steamatic has an attitude of fellowship without any hesitance to step in and help, especially in the kinds of conditions following a disaster. We are grateful for the assistance of SCM, and I know if the roles were reversed and one of our franchise owners in the states needed help, we would come to their aid as well," Threlfall added.
"Bill Eaton and his SCM team represent everything integral to Steamatic where customers always come first," said Bill Sims, president of Steamatic Inc.
"Not only does SCM demonstrate the skills and experience our customers expect; they also band together to help each other out when disaster strikes and franchise owners need extra hands. No owner is too proud to raise his or her hand and ask for help. SCM exists to fulfill that role," Sims concluded.
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