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Schneider National

Schneider National is North America

Schneider National is North America's largest truckload carrier with over 40,000 trailers and 15,000 drivers serving over 80% of Fortune 500 companies.

Schneider National

3101 South Packerland Drive
Green Bay, WI 54306


Schneider Quick Facts

Types of freight:
Dry Van

Hiring Area:
48 States

Number of Trucks

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Schneider Important Facts

95% of our fleet are experienced truck driving professionals — 1,807 with a million or more accident-free miles under their belts. Another 2,324 experienced truck drivers joined us this year — and nearly a thousand of them came back after trying other companies.

Schneider’s Van division featuring transcontinental moves and service to more than two-thirds of America’s Fortune 500 companies.

Team partners drive together as part of our Expedited division, enjoying 99% no-touch freight, 70% drop-and-hook and priority dispatch.

As a Regional driver, you’ll serve customers in a given area of the country and receive dispatch and management from individuals out in the field who are familiar with the roads, local weather conditions and traffic patterns.

Service focuses on one primary customer; you’ll benefit from predictable freight, operate on familiar lanes meaning predictable miles and maximum home time.

Industry-leading service provider for liquid bulk specialty chemical transportation, includes regional, long haul and fuel hauling opportunities.

Local and regional drayage assignments (moves to and from rail yards), paired with frequent home-time and predictable scheduling.

Port Dray
Work safely and swiftly through the nation’s largest port facilities, with moves to and from customer warehouses, cross docks and rail ramps.

Schneider Pay & Benefits

* Premium starting pay
* Paid orientation
* Benefits at 60 days
* Supplementary medical insurance
* Dental insurance
* No-cost vision and life insurance
* Vacation
* Passenger programs

Health Care Benefits

Medical Plans
Based on consumer-directed health care, you’ll discover options covering both traditional medical and prescription expenses; preventative care is covered 100% with over 420,000 in-network providers nationwide

Dental Plan
Comprehensive plan includes free preventive care

Vision Plans
Free exams and discounts on eyewear; can be supplemented with an optional materials plan for additional discounts on glasses and contacts

Dependent Care Spending Account
Pre-tax daycare benefit available to associates with children under the age of 13 or disabled/elderly dependents

Health Care Spending Account
Flexible spending account, when used in conjunction with the Definity Health medical plan, allows pre-tax dollars to be set aside for the coverage of certain health care expenses like co-pays and member responsibilities

Retirement Benefits

401(k) Savings Plan
Eligibility begins at date of hire; contribute up to 50 percent of your paycheck on a pre-tax basis.

Personal Time

Vacation Pay
Receive paid vacation time; amount granted is based on your years-of-service:

* 1 year of service = 1 week paid vacation
* 2 years of service = 2 weeks paid vacation
* 7 years of service = 3 weeks paid vacation
* 15 years of service = 4 weeks paid vacation

Funeral Leave
Three days of paid leave are available in the event of an immediate family member’s passing

Jury Duty
Receive paid time off for jury duty

Military Leave
No need to use your vacation time – we’ll get you home for drill and training

Schneider Qualifications & Requirements

* Must be at least 21 years old (DOT requirement)
* Hold a valid driver’s license (must be issued by your state of residence)
* Clean driving record
* Solid work history

Schneider General Information

Headquartered in Green Bay, Wis., Schneider National has provided expert transportation and logistics solutions for more than 70 years. A $3.7 billion company, Schneider National employs 21,400 transportation and logistics experts worldwide, including operations in North America, Europe and Asia.

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