NASHVILLE, TN – Craig Schneider has been named president of Firestone Industrial Products, succeeding Scott Damon who was recently named president – commercial group, U.S. and Canada for Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations.
GREEN BAY, WI – Shifting gears will soon be a thing of the past for Schneider.
In an attempt to attract younger drivers, and make it easier for potential employees to consider a job in trucking, the company is more than half-way to its goal of creating an entire fleet made up of trucks with automated transmissions.
SCHAUMBURG, IL – Advanced driver assistance systems like the ones that sound an alarm if you’re tailgating — or even apply vehicle brakes automatically — are proving themselves to be more than a novelty.
Schneider has already equipped 12,000 of its trucks with autonomous emergency braking systems that will act if a crash seems imminent. Related collisions have now dropped by 69% and their severity has plunged 95%, says Thomas DiSalvi, the fleet’s vice president – safety and loss prevention. “This is ready for prime time.”
The underlying technologies have clearly come a long way, according to participants in a roundtable hosted this week by the U.S. National Safety Council.
GREEN BAY, WI – Schneider, one of North America’s largest for-hire fleets, begins trading on the New York Stock Exchange today under the ticker symbol SNDR.
Driver Bob Wyatt, who has been with the company for 44 years and logged more than 5 million accident-free miles, earned the honor of ringing the ceremonial bell that marks the opening of the day’s trading on the stock exchange.
The opening price will be US$19 per share.
GREEN BAY, WI – Schneider National, the largest U.S. trucking company by revenue, is exploring an option to make its stock public in 2017.
GREEN BAY, WI — While cargo theft has long been a threat to the trucking industry, you may want to take a lesson from one of the largest fleets in North America when it comes to your business and your trucks.
Schneider’s started a special recognition program, and a driver from Durham is one the first people to receive the honor.
Schneider National is investing in its own intermodal service by creating a company-owned and managed chassis fleet for railroad movements.
GREEN BAY, Wisc. — Schneider National got a sneak peak at Detroit Diesel’s first two BlueTec engines back in January and hope the real-world testing will lead to a smooth transition down the road.
GREEN BAY, Wis. — A former U.S. Army officer, Don Osterberg, VP of safety and training at Schneider National, compares the task of retaining truck drivers to a saying used in the Armed Forces: “We recruit soldiers in the military, but we retain families.”
GREEN BAY, WI – Schneider National Inc.’s new modern logo, which the company unveiled Tuesday, still sports the company’s hallmark orange color.