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 www.schneiderjobs.com. You can also connect with Schneider on Facebook at www.facebook.com/jobsatschneider and Twitter at www.twitter.com/schneiderjobs.

Schneider Military Support Honored with 10th Tractor in the Ride of Pride Series from Freightliner

Schneider_2016_ROP_Jon.jpgU.S Army veteran who completed two tours in Iraq will captain military-themed rolling tribute from Schneider

GREEN BAY, Wis. (June 29, 2016) It’s not common for military veterans to have their past be a major part of their present civilian life. However, those two worlds connect every day for the drivers of the Ride of Pride, a truck series designed as a rolling tribute to members of the United States military – past and present. For the 10th time, Schneider, one of the nation’s largest truckload carriers and an employer of thousands of associates with military experience, has been selected by Freightliner to receive its annual Ride of Pride truck.

Freightliner presented Schneider with the 2016 Ride of Pride on May 27, 2016 – the eve of Memorial Day weekend. The truck then made its traditional public debut at Rolling Thunder, a motorcycle rally in Washington, D.C., honoring our nation’s veterans, POWs and MIAs.

Schneider Driver Awarded CVSA International Driver Excellence Award

Schneider-Bob-Wyatt.JPGBob Wyatt, Schneider 4 Million Mile Driver, receives CVSA International Driver Excellence Award

GREEN BAY, Wis. (June 30, 2016) — When you think of a hero, you probably imagine a firefighter, soldier or athlete. The most unassuming hero of them all, however, is the one who has dedicated his career to the open road, keeping America moving safely one load at a time. That hero is Schneider professional truck driver Bob Wyatt, recently given the International Driver Excellence Award from the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) for his exceptional career and his commitment to public safety.

Now in its second year, this annual award program recognizes individuals who go above and beyond the performance of their duties as commercial vehicle drivers. These drivers distinguish themselves conspicuously and beyond the call of duty through safe operation and compliance, achieved with evident distinction for an extended period of time.

Schneider’s Sleep Apnea Program Proven to Dramatically Reduce Risk of Preventable Crashes

Landmark study reveals both lives and loads are safer with sleep apnea treatment program

GREEN BAY, Wis. (Mar. 28, 2016) – According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, driving drowsy makes lapses of attention more likely to occur, which can result in deadly crashes. Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a common sleeping disorder that causes obstruction in the upper airway, which results in paused breathing, decreased restorative sleep and frequent drowsiness.Landmark study reveals both lives and loads are safer with sleep apnea treatment program
Schneider, a premier provider of transportation, logistics and intermodal services, long ago opened its eyes to this serious but treatable medical condition. In 2006, Schneider became the first large-scale employer with a program to screen, diagnose and monitor OSA treatment adherence in the U.S. Today, the results of a comprehensive study led by the University of Minnesota, Morris, with contributions from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute, proves that this program is having a dramatic and positive impact on the safety of North American roads.

The study, which was recently accepted for publication in the journal, Sleep, involved over 1,600 Schneider drivers with OSA, matched with an equal number of control drivers with comparable job experience and tenure. OSA patients were grouped by treatment adherence and objectively monitored. Drivers received auto-adjusting positive airway pressure (APAP) treatment through a machine that could be used both at home and in the truck sleeper berth while on the road.

The Importance of Entry Level Map Reading

By Herb Moring, Schneider National

When going through their daily lives as a professional truck driver, it is essential that every driver possesses good trip planning skills. In today’s high tech society the art of trip planning has given way to routing programs and apps as technology has evolved.

To be an effective and safe driver, each person that operates a truck should be knowledgeable of how to use an atlas and all the tools that are available inside it. When technology fails, does not come up with a solution, or is taking too long, then it is time to pull out the atlas and plan your trip the OLD SCHOOL way.

Schneider Names Tom DiSalvi New Leader of Safety

Scheider-Tom-DiSalvi.JPGFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Promotion reflects continuing commitment to excellence

GREEN BAY, Wis. – (Feb. 3, 2016) – Schneider, a premier provider of transportation, logistics and intermodal services, announced Tom DiSalvi has been promoted to vice president of safety and loss prevention.

DiSalvi was the natural choice to take over the steering wheel from Don Osterberg who retired in 2015. After serving as an officer in the United States Navy, DiSalvi joined Schneider in 1991. He worked in several areas of the business before advancing to the position of director of loss prevention in 2000. While in this role, DiSalvi was recognized by the National Safety Council with the prestigious Distinguished Service to Safety Award in 2014; in 2012, he was honored with the National Safety Professional Award of Excellence by the American Trucking Associations (ATA).

Schneider Recognized for Environmental Efforts with Sixth SmartWay Excellence Award

Company Shares Shipper Best Practices, Tips for Greening Up Supply Chains

Schneider-Receives-EPA-Award.jpgGREEN BAY, Wis. – (January 7, 2015) – Start with a fleet traveling a mind-boggling 10 million miles each day. Add a 35-plus-year track record of investing in equipment, processes and technology to run one of the most energy-efficient fleets in the industry. Top it off with being named a six-time EPA SmartWay Awards of Excellence winner and it’s easy to understand why the transportation, intermodal and logistics company known for orange has proven it also has an affinity for another color: Green.

Schneider was recently recognized by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for outstanding environmental performance and proven efficiency of freight management operations with a SmartWay Excellence Award. Reserved for the top 2 percent of SmartWay’s 3,000 members, it is the EPA’s highest recognition for organizations that significantly reduce the environmental impacts of the freight sector.

Schneider Remembers Fallen Soliders One Wreath at a Time

Wreaths-Across-America-2015.jpgIn honor of National Wreaths Across America Day, Saturday, Dec. 12, 2015, Schneider, one of the nation’s largest truckload carriers, delivered wreaths to Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia.

Wreaths were placed on U.S. veterans' gravestones as a sign of appreciation for their military service and sacrifices. This was the first and only freight that the 2015 Ride of Pride truck hauled this year, making the Wreaths Across America run a very special one.