Schneider is a superior provider of transportation and logistics services. Our legacy started back in 1935 with just one truck. Since then, we’ve led the way for the entire industry — growing and...
Mission: Safe, courteous hustling associates delivering superior...
Schneider hauls freight and lots of it. In fact, our drivers move nearly 11,000 loads each day. We carry merchandise and materials for two-thirds of the Fortune 500 companies — meaning we have a direct impact on the economy. If our trucks stopped moving, the loads wouldn’t be delivered. And if you went to the store to pick something up, chances are it wouldn’t be there. Bottom line: We keep the country moving and deliver the standard of living you’ve come to expect.
How we operate
Schneider is built to last. We remain stable and strong because we conduct our business with the utmost respect for our associates, our customers and the world around us.
Schneider is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate in hiring, or in any other employment related decision, on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, age, gender, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status or any other classification protected by law.
Schneider is also proud to be ISO 9002 certified. ISO 9000 is a series of international standards for quality assurance systems. Basically, it means that Schneider is officially considered a world-class organization.
Where we’re located
Schneider operates 168 facilities worldwide (160 in the US, 5 in Canada, 1 in Mexico and 2 in China). The biggest is our corporate headquarters in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
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Declined Offer – Interviewed in Chicago, IL Jun 2014 – Reviewed 2 days ago New
Interview Details – Initial phone interview was a basic behavioral interview. Next day was invited for face-to-face. 2 panel interview: more basic behavioral questions. Then I spent time with an employee on the call floor. He explained how things worked, didn't really seem to dig his job. Following day was offered… – Full Interview