Schneider National

A $3.4 billion company and one of the largest truckload carriers in North America, Schneider has been a top choice for drivers for more than 77 years. Schneider provides drivers great weekly miles, steady freight and the comfort of knowing that “safety first and always” is the cornerstone of the company’s philosophy. Schneider is ranked a top-paying carrier by the National Transportation Institute and has been nationally recognized for its support of veterans, Reservists and National Guard members. For more information about Schneider National career opportunities, visit You can also connect with Schneider on Facebook at and Twitter at


Military Friendly® Employer Schneider Converts Military Experience to Driving Experience

Credit for Military Experience Program Recognizes Service, Increases Starting Pay

GREEN BAY, Wis. (November 5, 2015) — Schneider, one of the nation’s largest truckload carriers and recognized as a 2016 Military Friendly Employer by GI Jobs®, knows that those who have served – or continue to serve – their country bring an exceptionally high level of commitment and skill to their work. In an effort to take its commitment to military personnel to another level, Schneider is proud to announce its improved Credit for Military Experience Program. While Schneider has long had a program that provided new hires with credit for military driving experience, the program has recently been updated to ensure that a new driver’s complete military tenure is recognized and rewarded.


Schneider Salutes Drivers with Consecutive Safe Driving Awards

The Big Orange recognizes 151 drivers for miles of safe driving

GREEN BAY, Wis. – (Oct. 21, 2015) – Last year, Schneider drivers drove enough safe (accident free) miles to go to the moon and back – 3,496 times. That’s a pretty incredible feat considering that many motorists find it difficult to go accident free just traveling around their hometowns. Schneider, one of the nation’s largest truckload carriers, certainly knows how impressive its professional drivers are and recently awarded 151 of them with Consecutive Safe Driving Years Awards.


Accident Free from Sea to Shining Sea

Schneider-MountainNearly 150 Schneider drivers recognized for going the distance with the Big Orange

GREEN BAY, Wis. – (Oct. 7, 2015) – Try to imagine what a million miles looks like. Tough, right? It‘s equivalent to driving from Maine to California and back again – 143 times. An elite group of Schneider drivers has traveled this great distance – some four times over! What’s even more impressive is that they’ve traveled every single one of those miles safely and accident free. Schneider, one of the nation’s largest truckload carriers, recently recognized 149 drivers with Million Mile awards to celebrate their remarkable accomplishments.

The Million Mile Award recognizes Schneider drivers who have reached one million safe driving miles. This year that includes:


Schneider Boosts Training Engineer Pay Rate by 45 Percent

Drivers Find New Incentive to Join Training Program

GREEN BAY, Wis. – (September 24, 2015) – Teaching someone a valuable skill can be one of the most rewarding experiences for an individual. Schneider, one of the nation’s largest truckload carriers, has updated its training engineer program to bring even more value to the experience – a rate increase averaging 45 percent.

Training engineers are Schneider drivers who become teachers, imparting their knowledge on new drivers joining the Big Orange fleet. After a new driver receives their CDL and goes through a week of additional classroom training at Schneider, they move on to phase two of their training: behind-the-wheel instruction with a training engineer. The training engineer supervises until the new driver is ready to hit the road on their own.


Schneider Intermodal Now Offers Easier Cross-Border Customs Clearance and Inspection for Select Commodities

Peat moss, pet food, soybean flour and cream substitutes now to be inspected in Mexico

GREEN BAY, Wis. (September 15, 2015) – Shipping select commodities that originate in the U.S. or Canada and move into Mexico via rail is now easier for Schneider Intermodal customers.

The program offers Schneider Intermodal shippers streamlined cross-border clearance and inspection service for select commodities that previously required additional handling at the U.S. border. Working with Mexico’s Servicio Nacional de Sanidad, Inocuidad, y Calidad Agroalimentaria, (SENASICA), Schneider Intermodal can now move peat moss, pet food, soy bean flour and cream substitutes across the border with inspections in Mexico instead of at the border. Simplifying this process saves cross-border shippers time and money.


Schneider Adds 13 Drivers to Haul of Fame

13 Driving Legends Added to Schneider’s Haul of Fame Company honors top drivers who achieve 3 million consecutive safe miles and/or 20 years of safe driving

Schneider-Haul-of-Fame.jpgGREEN BAY, Wis. – (July 15, 2015) – A Hall of Fame is a tribute to the greatness of a particular group of people, from football champions to space explorers to rock and roll stars. Schneider, one of the nation’s largest truckload carriers, decided to follow suit last year with the unveiling of the Haul of Fame, a meaningful and visible way to honor legends in the trucking industry. This year, Schneider is proud to add 13 new inductees to the 179 elite drivers already immortalized in the Haul of the Fame.


Schneider Safety Leader Earns Top Accolade from Prestigious National Safety Council

Tom DiSalvi Presented with Distinguished Service to Safety Award

GREEN BAY, Wis. – (Jan. 29, 2015) – Over the last 80 years, Schneider has been at the forefront of safety practices, leading the transportation and logistics industry in safety awareness, technology adoption and performance. In 2014, this steadfast commitment was recognized by the United States’ premier safety organization when Tom DiSalvi, Schneider’s vice president of safety and loss prevention, received the National Safety Council’s Distinguished Service to Safety Award.

This award is the highest honor bestowed on an individual safety professional by the National Safety Council (NSC). A nonprofit organization founded in 1913 and chartered by Congress, the NSC’s mission is to save lives by preventing injuries and deaths at work, in homes and communities, and on the road through leadership, research, education and advocacy The organization has been the nation's leading safety advocate for more than 100 years and is recognized as the industry’s gold standard.