At Schneider, we embedded sustainability into all aspects of our business before it was a requirement for many of our shippers.
This allows us — and our customers — to conserve resources, reduce emissions and essentially do more with less. And that’s good business.
There’s more than one way to get from point A to point B. If a provider only has one mode, your options are limited.
That’s the beauty of a multimodal provider like Schneider. In fact, intermodal moves have been proven to be two times more energy-efficient than truck transport alone.
Smarter companies know success is linked to sustainability. This is particularly true for those that depend on the supply chain for growth. Yet the challenges are daunting: volatile fuel prices, increased regulation, stakeholder pressure. To remain competitive, shippers must embrace green investments, technologies, practices and policies throughout the chain.
SmartWay Award of Excellence, EPA
Green Supply Chain Enabler, Supply & Demand Chain Executive Magazine
CaseStack Green Carrier Award
Green Fleet of the Year, Fleet Owner Magazine
CSX Environmental Award
Green Supply Chain Partner, Inbound Logistics
Top Green Providers, Food Logistics
Eco-Enterprise Award, Oracle
We specifically recommend the United States Environmental Protection Agency's SmartWay program — a voluntary collaboration between the EPA and freight industry designed to increase energy efficiency and significantly reduce greenhouse gas and air pollution.
We're a partner — and 11-time SmartWay Excellence Awardee — of the EPA SmartWay program, a voluntary collaboration between the EPA and freight industry designed to increase energy efficiency and significantly reduce greenhouse gases and air pollution.
Key to sustainability, technology is where Schneider excels. Terrain-mapping predictive technologies, in-cab electronics and optimized drivelines are just a few of the advanced features we’ve added to our fleet to be more fuel-efficient today with many more advances coming tomorrow.