Schneider Named Top 100 Trucker for 2016

Top 100 Trucker Award

Inbound Logistics Magazine Recognizes Schneider for Excellence in Customer Service and Reducing Logistics Ownership Cost

GREEN BAY, Wis. (Dec. 20, 2016) — Every now and then it is worth shifting gears, slowing down and looking at a group of truckers who are paving the road to innovation. That is exactly what Inbound Logistics magazine did when it recognized Schneider, a premier provider of transportation and logistics services, as a Top 100 Trucker for 2016.

Each year, Inbound Logistics selects the leading transportation providers by carefully evaluating submitted information, conducting personal interviews and online research, and comparing that data to its readers’ motor freight and logistics challenges. Inbound Logistics awarded Schneider for consistently identifying and sharing ways to reduce total costs of logistics ownership while providing excellent customer service.

"Given today's complex transportation and logistics challenges, the blended transportation solutions offered by Schneider show true leadership in the trucking sector," said Felicia Stratton, editor of Inbound Logistics. "Schneider always provides the trucking solutions that readers and shippers need."

As a leader of freight transportation, Schneider will continue to prioritize innovation to provide better services and experiences. To learn more about the company’s freight solutions and other transportation achievements, please visit

About Schneider

Schneider is a leading transportation and logistics services company providing a broad portfolio of premier truckload, intermodal and logistics solutions and operating one of the largest for-hire trucking fleets in North America.

About Inbound Logistics

Inbound Logistics is the leading trade magazine targeted toward business logistics and supply chain managers. The magazine's editorial mission is to help companies of all sizes better manage corporate resources by speeding and reducing inventory, supporting infrastructure and better matching demand signals to supply lines. More information is available at