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Schneider Recognized Again as Top Green Provide

Company named for its exemplary leadership in sustainability


 With a strong history of implementing sustainable operational policies, Schneider (NYSE: SNDR) goes above and beyond industry standards to reach bigger goals. In 1970, the company initiated its comprehensive sustainability program to improve fuel efficiency, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and upgrade energy efficiency. Fast forward to 2018; Schneider has again been named to Food Logistics’ Top Green Providers List of 2018.

Food Logistics’ annual Top Green Providers List recognizes companies whose products, services or exemplary leadership enhances sustainability within the food and beverage industry. Each year, the criteria for earning a spot on the list become more stringent for applicants.

Schneider sets high operational standards and uses data from its Society of Automotive Engineers testing program to continually improve. In addition, Schneider is a charter member of the U.S. Energy Protection Agency’s SmartWay program, where sustainability efforts are reported.

Schneider has improved fuel efficiency by 12.5 percent since 2008, and it uses 9 million gallons of renewable fuels every year.

To learn more about Schneider’s commitment to sustainable operations, visit

About Schneider

Schneider is a premier provider of transportation and logistics services. Offering one of the broadest portfolios in the industry, Schneider’s solutions include Regional and Long-Haul Truckload, Expedited, Dedicated, Bulk, Intermodal, Final Mile, LTL, Brokerage, Warehousing, Supply Chain Management and Port Logistics.

A $4.4 billion company (2017 revenue), Schneider has been delivering superior customer experiences and safely getting it done for over 80 years. For more information about Schneider, visit 

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