Cookeville, Tenn.-based Averitt Express announced July 13 it was raising pay for its less-than-truckload drivers as well as providing a new guaranteed weekly minimum for its regional and flatbed drivers and a shorter waiting period in receiving benefits coverage for its new hires.
Averitt Express marked a half century in business last year with celebrations at its facilities across the country, including its corporate headquarters in Cookeville, Tenn.February 11, 2022
Call centers industrywide have made a swift shift to working from home in response to the coronavirus.
Averitt Express in a pair of news releases has announced initiatives aimed at improving the safety of its drivers and the efficiency of its deliveries.
Averitt Express opened a new distribution and fulfillment center in Atlanta, according to a company news release.January 21, 2020
Averitt Express has expanded its residential delivery network to provide shippers with a variety of direct-to-customer delivery options as demand for final-mile logistics services grows.May 2, 2019
Averitt Express announced the opening of a service center near Austin, Texas, that has 10 times the square footage compared with its previous site.April 12, 2019
Averitt Express launched a new less-than-containerload service last month to Dallas, built on the success of its Asia-to-Memphis Express service in the e-commerce and small business communities.
Averitt Express announced that it’s offering an on-the-job training program that is approved for veterans benefits, as the carrier commits to hiring 1,200 military veterans by 2020.September 18, 2017