Schneider Raises Pay for Team and Solo Truck Drivers

Driver pay increase for team and solo truck drivers
Pay hike is latest in series of upgrades, rates have increased by as much as 10 cents per mile over last 20 months

GREEN BAY, Wis. (May 31, 2018) Schneider— (NYSE: SNDR), one of the nation’s largest trucking carriers, continues to make big changes to enhance drivers’ lives. In May, Schneider will provide another pay increase for most drivers in its Van Truckload and Bulk divisions.

This latest pay increase applies to both solo and team drivers. It is the latest in a series of pay hikes that Schneider has implemented over the last 20 months, which has resulted in double-digit percentage increases to base pay rates.

Beginning Jan. 1, 2018, a newly designed performance pay program added up to 4 cents per mile for Schneider drivers who meet basic criteria to increase take-home earnings. This is based on a driver’s average performance in the previous quarter and will be paid per mile on a weekly basis. The design, achievability and earnings opportunity of this incentive program positions it as one of the best in the truckload industry.

Along with pay, Schneider knows how important family and time at home are for drivers. The company provides a wide variety of driving and home-time options to fit any driver’s lifestyle. From Dedicated account to Intermodal dray to Regional positions, many Schneider drivers get home daily, throughout the week, or weekly.

First and foremost, Schneider is committed to delivering a first-rate experience for its driving professionals. To that end, the company recently announced significant upgrades to its equipment.

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About Schneider

One of the largest trucking carriers in North America, Schneider has been a top choice of safety-minded drivers for over 80 years. With over 75 percent of its drivers getting home weekly or more frequently, Schneider provides professional opportunities that meet the work-life balance needs of today’s workforce.

Schneider has been listed by Forbes as one of America’s best employers and is ranked a top-paying carrier by the National Transportation Institute. Along with accolades from customers for its drivers’ service and performance, Schneider has been nationally recognized for its support of current and former military personnel among its ranks. For more information about Schneider’s career opportunities, visit You can also connect with Schneider on Facebook at or follow on Twitter @schneiderjobs.