Schneider National

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Schneider National
Public
Industry Motor transportation
Trucking

Logistics
Founded 1935
Founder Al Schneider
Headquarters Green Bay, Wisconsin, United States
Area served
North America
China
Central America
Key people
  • Christopher Lofgren (CEO)
Products Truckload shipping
Number of employees
17,450
Website www.schneider.com
Headquarters in Green Bay, Wisconsin
Schneider Truck
Schneider truck, rear view

Schneider National [1] is a provider of truckload, intermodal and logistics services. Schneider’s solutions,[2] include Regional, Long-Haul, Expedited, Dedicated, Bulk, Intermodal, Brokerage, Cross-Dock Logistics, Supply Chain Management and Port Logistics.[3][4]

History[edit]

Founded in 1935 when Al Schneider sold the family car to buy his first truck,[5] Schneider is headquartered in Green Bay, Wis. Don Schneider, Al’s oldest son, succeeded Al as president on February 9, 1976, and served in that role for 27 years.[6] In 2002, Christopher Lofgren was named the company’s third president and CEO.[7]

Schneider began trading stocks on April 6, 2017 on the New York Stock Exchange; company management rang the opening bell.[8] The stock had an IPO of $19.50 per share.[8]

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Schneider is one of the largest truckload carriers in North America, hauling 19,318 loads per day, with 11,650 company drivers, 10,120 company trucks and 33,830 trailers on the road. The company conducts business worldwide with 166 facilities, including a presence in the United States, Canada, Mexico and China. Schneider’s customers include more than two-thirds of the FORTUNE 500 companies.[9]

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