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The website also provides an integrated global
platform for customers and partners around the
world, enabling them to connect with Sterling
Lexicon, navigate educational content and
trending news, and review service offerings in a
highly personalized way. The option to translate
U.S. English to U.K. English, French, or Spanish
further enhances a tailored experience.
Additionally, particularly during the
COVID-19 pandemic and a much greater
reliance on virtual connectivity, the company's
clients and partners benefit from an improved
ability to quickly access timely, accurate, and
relevant information through the site.
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2020 was the year that COVID changed
everything, including household moving
patterns. According to the 2020 Atlas Van
Lines Migration Patterns Study, while many
Americans relocated because of COVID-19,
companies relocated employees at much lower
rates for work transfers or assignments in the
U.S. and abroad. 
The study is based on relocations from 1 January
2020 to 11 December 2020, and here's a snapshot
of what it found: 
* Idaho ranked as the study's inbound leader for
the fourth time since 2016, followed by North
Carolina and Maine.
* New York was the country's outbound move
leader in 2020, a designation it has now held
two years in a row. The state experienced its
highest percentage of outbound moves since the
study's inception. It was followed by Illinois and
New Jersey.
* California earned an outbound status for the
first time since 1995. 
* Minnesota and New Jersey saw the highest
percentage of outbound moves since 2014 and
2009, respectively.
* Utah and Kentucky achieved an inbound
status for the first time since 1995 and 2010,
respectively. 

Interestingly, the top five international destinations for 2020 were Japan, South Korea, Germany,
the U.K., and Canada, while the top five international origins were Japan, South Korea, Saudi
Arabia, Germany, and the U.K.
Atlas Van Lines has conducted its migration
patterns study annually since 1993 to track interstate (between U.S. states), cross-border (U.S. to
Canada only), and international (between countries) moving patterns as reflected in the moves
handled by the company. For more, visit www.
atlasvanlines.com/migration-patterns.
A L TA I R GL O BA L A NNO U NCES
2020 SU P P L I ER P A RTNERSH I P
A W A RD W I NNERS

Altair Global hosted its fourth annual invitationonly awards ceremony, held virtually, to recognize
supplier partners. Designed to showcase Altair's
supplier partners' exceptional performance and
dedication to both the supplier partner experience
and the customer experience, the 2020 Supplier
Partnership Awards represented a variety of categories to honor 13 partnerships with Altair, as well as
Move for Hunger's award for one supplier that went
above and beyond in food collection and donations.
Qualification criteria for the Supplier
Partnership Awards include maintaining good
standing with Altair (i.e., service delivery performance and compliance with contractual and
financial commitments), receiving 25 or more
Altair service orders within the award period, and
realizing favorable employee satisfaction scores
during the award period. Suppliers are eligible for
four main categories-All-Star Awards, Super
Star Awards, the A Star Is Born Award, and the


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