Schneider National was started in 1935 with only one truck. Today, 10,000 trucks move nearly 11,000 loads every day. Their trucks have a direct impact on our economy because their loads consist of materials and merchandise for two thirds of the Fortune 500 companies.
- Over the Road – Average 600 miles per haul, up to $58,000 per year, five days home in 28 day period, 95% no touch freight
- Team Driving – Up to 6000 miles per week, $70,000 per year, 98% no touch freight, run for two weeks-home for three days
- Regional – Get home weekly, mostly drop and hook loads, 95% no touch freight, $48000- $54000 per year as base pay depending on experience
- Dedicated – Get home weekly, usually the same days each week, averaged 2500 miles per week, $42,000-$60,000 a year depending on the account
- Intermodal – Weekly or daily time at home, 75% drop and hook loads, $42,000-$60,000 a year depending on experience and location
- Tanker – Over the road, Team, Regional or Local, $38,000-$65,000 a year, depending on experience and location
- Oilfield – Fastest growing division at Schneider, $65,000 – $85,000+ a year, depending on location, home daily
Schneider does not operate their own truck driving school, but instead works with hundreds of schools across the nation. If you become a Schneider driver, they will reimburse your tuition up to $6000.
After you graduate, you will take one week of training in the classroom with Schneider. When that is complete, you will go through on-the-job training for 1 to 3 weeks with a Training Engineer. You will receive training pay before the company will move you to mileage pay.
Some of the benefits offered by Schneider include medical, vision and dental insurance, paid vacation starting after one year of service, paid military leave, 401(k) with company match, a passenger program and several others.
Schneider National, Inc.
P.O. Box 2545
3101 S. Packerland Dr
Green Bay, WI 54306-2545
Visit the website: www.Schneider.com
Two ways to apply:
By phone: 1-800-447-7433 Toll-Free
We highly recommend you learn about alternative trucking companies before making your final decision. Here are Schneider’s biggest competitors: