Hernando Aviles earned his type 6 license when he was 21, before a CDL was required by federal law. He has driven over 2 million miles while learning the skills he needed along the way. He’s done everything from moving household goods to unloading 53 foot floor-stacked trailers by hand, sometimes two or three trailers a day. Many nights he’d get home and realize that he had moved more than 120,000 lbs of freight with his own two hands that day. He has experience hauling a variety of trailers including flatbeds, step decks, dry vans, set of bottom dumps, truck and pup, set of pneumatic trailers and double drop RGNs. He has hauled 30 ton cranes, USMC amphibious assault vehicles, many variations of the HEMTT and HET tactical vehicles, M2 BFV medium armor tank, retro rockets for NASA, DC-10 jet engines, an F-18 fighter jet and a Black Hawk helicopter, to name a few.
From learning to tarp, strap, chock, block and chain down his loads professionally to being known as a man of his word, Hernando is proud of the service he has provided through his years in the shipping industry. He is always learning, always growing and he takes pride in knowing that his attention to detail and life experiences make him uniquely qualified to coordinate shipping ventures throughout the 48 continental United States.