Recent posts by Averitt

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Veterans Day 2022 - Thank You!

By Averitt on November, 10 2022

Over a thousand of our current associates - including drivers, members of our executive team, logistics and operations leaders, and administrative professionals - have served or are currently serving in the military. Hiring military personnel is more than a trend for us. It’s a natural fit.

Topics: Drivers

Averitt meets fuel supply concerns with solid planning

By Averitt on November, 3 2022

With the shipping industry facing concerns about diesel fuel supplies, the Averitt team is keeping a keen eye on supply and has contingencies in place to keep our customers' freight moving.

Topics: Industry News Drivers
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The Ongoing Challenge of Driver Detention

By Averitt on October, 19 2022

Truck driver detention is nothing new. The issue has been discussed, debated, and argued about for years. Yet, in all that time, the challenge has only worsened – causing increasing ripples across supply chains and throwing off truckload delivery schedules that were already impacted by supply shortages, capacity issues, and an ongoing driver shortage. In this post, we examine some of the contributing factors.

Topics: Industry News Truckload Drivers Freight Handling
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Supply Chain Trends: Carriers & Technology Amid The Pandemic

By Averitt on June, 25 2020

It’s fair to say that the broader trucking industry has generally been a bit slow to adopt new technologies. However, the last few years have seen definite progress in everything from automation to digitalization. Even so, that progress has come at a steady, measured pace.

Topics: Industry News Supply Chain Trucking
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Guide To Incoterms 2020: What Shippers Need To Know

By Averitt on May, 20 2020

On January 1, 2020 Incoterms 2020 went into effect. These rules from the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) establish guidelines for how shipments are handled between buyers and sellers in different countries.

Topics: International Industry News Supply Chain
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International Market Update: Are Mexico Tariff Changes Possible?

By Averitt on May, 31 2019

As many shippers may have noticed or heard at the end of May, President Trump has announced a plan to implement new tariffs on ALL goods arriving from Mexico beginning as soon as June 10, 2019. The duty rates would start at 5% on June 10 and increase monthly by an additional 5% until they reach 25% or until Mexico does enough to satisfy the President's requests that they do more to stem the flow of illegal immigrants through their country.  

Topics: International Industry News Tariffs