Four Transitioning Techniques – Helping Your Child Adjust to a Move
Last week, we covered how to talk about moving with your child. This week, we will discuss transitioning techniques to help your child flourish in his or her new home and school, regardless of age. 1. Help your child keep in touch with old friends This is much easier than it used to be, thanks […]
Bridget Ritchie honored with Worldwide ERC® Meritorious Service Award
Bridget Ritchie, vice president of global business development of Arpin Group, has earned a Meritorious Service Award from Worldwide ERC®, the workforce mobility association. The award will be announced at the Worldwide ERCConference in Atlanta, Georgia, May 8 – 10.
How to Talk to Your Children About Moving and Prepare Them – Part 1
Moving can be a stressful and emotional process, especially for children. Keep in mind most children thrive on routine, and a move will be disruptive. It is natural for your child to go through a myriad of emotions during the moving process. We have some tips to help you navigate this delicate process and help your child to have a positive, memorable experience.
Arpin Group Announces Employee Promotions
Arpin Group is pleased to announce the promotions of Allison Dickson, Kevin Amatucci, Richard Travisono, Roxana Andrews, and Steven Rivera.
Arpin Group Management Committee announces new appointments
Arpin Group is pleased to announce that Mark Dearborn, Allison Dickson, Renee Abrantes, and Richard Travisono have been appointed to the Arpin Group Management Committee.
7 Ways to Make the Most of Your Pantry Before Your Move
Food is often an overlooked part of the moving process. Whether it is making sure that you have food on hand for moving day or figuring out how to make the most of what you have before you move, we have you covered.
7 Efficient Packing Tips
Packing your home for your local or long-distance move in an efficient manner can save time, space, and money. Here at Arpin Van Lines, our professional movers offer several tips to help you pack efficiently and take some of the stress out of your move.
Relocating for Work – What You Need to Know to Transition Smoothly
Relocating for a career is a big decision and should be given serious consideration. Any move poses challenges – when it is connected with a new position, it can add a few unique complications. We have developed some tips to help make your relocation a smooth experience so you can start your new position with confidence.
Keeping Your Children Happy and Entertained While on the Move
Moving as a family can pose some unique challenges, especially when young children are involved. We have some great travel tips to help keep your kids entertained and make the journey more enjoyable.
Managing Stress While Moving
For some people, moving to a new town, state or country can be a stressful event, but it doesn’t have to be. During this time of change, there are several steps that you can take to minimize moving-related stress and even have a little fun in the process.
Quick Winter Decluttering Tips
Many people love the idea of a clean, clutter-free home, but begin to feel overwhelmed by the idea of actually decluttering. We understand how cleaning and getting rid of unwanted items can seem like a large undertaking. Our three simple tips will help you get started on your decluttering adventure. Now that the holidays are over and winter weather has set in, it is a perfect time to get started.
How To Make Your Winter Move Go Smoothly
Are you moving during the winter season? Moving this time of year has several benefits. For one, it’s the least busy time, but it also can present some challenges. The more prepared you are, the smoother your move will be.
Arpin Van Lines’ drivers deliver 93,000 wreaths to veteran cemeteries
Arpin Van Lines’ drivers and agents from locations across the country volunteered to collect and deliver remembrance wreaths to be laid at veteran cemeteries on National Wreaths Across America Day on December 15.
In Memoriam – Robert E. Sullivan
With great sadness and sense of loss, we share with you that we’ve lost a valued colleague and friend. Bob Sullivan, Arpin Group’s SVP of Corporate Accounts, passed away suddenly on Saturday, December 15.
David Arpin receives Wreaths Across America Spirit of Giving Award
Arpin Van Lines’ President and CEO, David Arpin, received the James Prout Spirit of Giving Award from Sarah and Rob Worcester of Wreaths Across America during the 34th Annual Arpin Agent Convention held in Newport, Rhode Island.
Arpin Van Lines announces Driver of the Year and Agent of the Year
Arpin Van Lines announced the winners of its Driver of the Year and Prime Agent of the Year awards at its annual convention held September 30 – October 4 in Newport, Rhode Island.
Where are your roots? Arpin originated as a family-owned and operated U.S. company over 100 years ago, and we are proud to continue this tradition today. However, in 1989, our international freight forwarding services were established and our subsidiary company Arpin International Group was born. Since that time, Arpin’s name has spread worldwide along with the promise of dedication, commitment, and efficiency to customers globally.
Moving in Autumn
The air is crisper, pumpkins are popping up in the supermarket, and crunchy leaves now litter the sidewalk. It’s fall! With the season’s changes come other changes, too: like moving into a new home. Luckily fall is an excellent time of year to move, and best of all, with Arpin.
Become an Arpin Agent
If you have a passion for the trucking industry and feel confident in your abilities as a mover, the next step to success is most likely becoming an Arpin agent! Our community is strong with over 600+ prime and non-prime agents, a diverse business mix, and strong international capabilities. The perks to joining our ranks are numerous, starting with our rich history and award-winning track record as a van line.
U.S. Household Goods Shipments Will Be Impacted By Hurricane Florence
Hurricane Florence is expected to make landfall late Thursday or early Friday morning in the United State. States of emergency have been declared in North and South Carolina and Virginia. Over one million coastal residents have been ordered to evacuate in advance of the storm.