The award recognizes a carrier that goes above and beyond in a number of categories, including on-time service metrics, teamwork, creative solutions and interactions with General Mills.
Schneider has been named a “Top Company for Women to Work For in Transportation” by the Women in Trucking Association.
The new location is being built at 1211 E. Pleasant Run Road in Wilmer, Texas, in the heart of the Interstates 45 and 20 corridors. It will replace the current facility located at 34500 LBJ Freeway in Dallas, which Schneider opened in 2000.
Schneider recently honored hundreds of its most accomplished drivers with awards celebrating career driving milestones. Included in the awards were Haul of Fame inductions, Million Mile Driver Awards and Consecutive Safe Driving Year Awards.
Schneider has recently begun offering intermodal services at the BNSF Barstow, California ramp.
Schneider has been recognized within the transportation industry for its security practices as the recipient of CargoNet’s Best in Cargo Security Award in the Large Carrier category.
Schneider was recently presented with the Leadership/Influence Award for its brokerage division by MercuryGate International, Inc.
In June, Schneider began offering intermodal services at the CSX Indianapolis ramp.
Schneider completed its conversion to a company-owned and managed chassis fleet last year, and continues to invest in company-owned equipment including Intermodal chassis, containers and tractors.
Schneider and SkyBitz have partnered to implement Schneider’s third generation trailer and container tracking system. The new generation system will make use of the SkyBitz Falcon GXT5002C, a solar-powered, GPS-based asset management device that SkyBitz says improves asset utilization and cargo visibility. The Falcon GXT5002C provides reporting on several critical data points, including arrival and
Take one look at the numbers and it’s easy to see why Tom DiSalvi, vice president of safety and loss prevention at Schneider, says the company’s first core value is “safety first and always.” Every day, he notes, the truckload, logistics and intermodal services provider’s fleet of 10,120 tractors travels 8.2 million miles hauling 19,318