Schneider National Carriers: More Than Truckloads

By: Bubbajunk.com

Schneider National Carriers was founded in 1935; since then they have become leader providers of truckload and intermodal services and intermodal and transportation solutions for customers in the United States, Canada and Mexico.

 

Schneider is the number one carrier in industrial glass, bulk motor, dry-freight, Logistics Management and Distribution Reports.

 

Schneider provides truckload services with state-of-the-art technology: two way satellite communications, EDI and Internet Load Tender.

 

Through these technology customers receive valuable information. They also offer six trademarked services; one of them is One-Way Van. This service has over 14,000 drivers and 40,000 trailers with total North American coverage and expertise in Canada and Mexico.

 

Dedicated Service offers superior on-time pick-up, low cost customized solutions and large dedicated truckloads; they also supplement or replace private fleets.

 

The Intermodal service has North American coverage, confirmed deliveries before pick-up, low cost transportation and superior service.

 

With the Brokerage service you will have over 6,500 network carriers, capacity commitment and rigorous qualifications.

 

Expedite Services covers the United States with expertise in Canada and Mexico and offer load tracking via satellite; they are experts in air freight, high value/high security, retail and general commodities.

 

If you want to drive a truck but you do not have the experience Schneider provides a paid-trainer program; you must fulfill basic requirements like 21 years of age, good driving record in the past three years, solid work history, ability to pass a Department of Transportation physical and drug screen and no convictions for careless driving.

 

Once you pass the training you will become a truck driver and you will have the opportunity to enjoy company benefits like medical, dental and vision plans, employee assistance programs, 401k, vacations and AD&D insurance.