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Loved Ones Lost helps Veterans' organizations
Have you ever wondered how Tiedemann Globe gives back?
Since 2006 Loved Ones Lost has provided monetary donations to deserving U.S.-based Veterans' organizations. They include Gold Star Wives, Inc., Wounded Warriors Family Support, the Arizona Department of Veterans' Services, Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA), Mesa-based Salute A Soldier Foundation, Jewish War Veterans of USA and the Arizona National Guard Relief Fund. A government recognized 501 (c)(3), Arizona non-profit organization, Loved Ones Lost was founded by Tony Tiedemann who serves as chairman of the board.
In 2009, Loved Ones Lost donated over $30,000 to U.S.-based Veterans’ organizations. And it's on track to equal or exceed that amount in 2010.
We are a green company
Tiedemann Globe has proven to be a "green" company. It wants to keep pace with social concern about climate change and other sustainability issues. Besides recycling and exporting used clothes overseas, the company owns propane-powered forklifts and trucks, and two natural gas vehicles; it recycles cardboard, metal and aluminum. It also uses high voltage, three-phase electricity wherever it can. Tony Tiedemann's company car is a natural gas vehicle (Honda Civic), which he drives to work everyday from his home in Chandler.
Focusing on diversity is a priority
At Tiedemann Globe, diversity is an essential component of the way we do business. We believe in embracing diversity as a guiding principal. We strive to create a diverse workplace in which everyone's voice is heard and in which all our employees will succeed while learning from one another. We believe that building understanding, respect, and appreciation for different people contributes to our growth and to the growth of our team.
We embrace diversity to create a place where each of us can be ourselves.
By actively seeking out women-and minority-owned businesses to partner with, we help build prosperity and community in diverse neighborhoods. It's common practice for customers to travel from Japan or Australia or India to survey our inventory.
Ninety-five percent of upper management speaks Spanish. Tony Tiedemann, the founder and CEO, has traveled to 125 cities in 21 countries.
At holiday parties and celebrations Spanish is spoken. Internationally, we're also diverse. And through www.raghouse.com all over the United States and Internationally.
A family business
Tiedemann Globe is a family operation. Tony Tiedemann, founder and CEO, is joined by Amy Tiedemann, his sister and President. Tim Tiedemann is vice president of infrastructure, security and information technology. Their mother, Nancy Tiedemann, works in accounts payable, while Dennis Tiedemann, their father, works in operations.
We specialize in exporting used clothing and other goods all over the world
Tiedemann Globe helps customers from Africa to Malaysia to Thailand coordinate all logistics between its Phoenix, Arizona-based warehouse in the U.S. and the port.
We are happy to use a booking from our customer’s freight forwarder for the ocean freight port to port. We will deliver virtually any product for our customers, including vintage apparel (trendy, popular new and used clothing or garments 20 years or older), No. 1 (its highest quality, gently used clothing), export grade small bales (100 pounds), baled or boxed wiping rags, as well as surplus mixed rags. Tiedemann Globe also sells credential clothing (apparel that has been donated directly from individuals, household pick ups or drop off sites). Every day, the business takes in about 120,000 pounds of used clothing and other items for grading and recycling to foreign resale shops.
1411 South 47th Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85043
Phone: (602) 278-6545
Fax: (602) 278-6755