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SLI logoCorporate Headquarters:
Schneider Logistics, Inc.
3101 South Packerland Drive
P.O. Box 2666
Green Bay, WI 54306-2666
Schneider Logistics Europe BV
P.O. Box 240
5900 AE Venlo
The Netherlands
31 77 324 8080
Business Overview:
Schneider Logistics provides technology-based logistics services to effectively manage the flows of material, information and funds through the supply chain. We leverage our technology, operational expertise and a high capacity network of transportation providers to identify logistics problems and provide end-to-end supply chain solutions that allow customers to gain control over 3rd party suppliers and network partners, develop global product-level visibility, lower transportation and inventory costs, improve productivity and service levels and, thus, increase available working capital.
Schneider Logistics provides supply chain solutions in the following areas:
Operating services
Schneider Logistics offers full-outsourced third-party logistics services. We use our resources, operational expertise and technology to help companies integrate disparate systems and gain supply chain efficiencies. These services include Supply Chain Engineering, Business Intelligence, Freight Management, Alliance Services, and the Carrier Partner Program.
Technology services
Schneider Logistics' SUMIT suite of logistics applications is available through a hosted services delivery, giving supply chain partners access to leading-edge technology without large capital investments. Delivered via a Web-enabled portal, MySUMIT, the applications include the same functionality that our internal technicians use on a daily basis: Rate Server, Planner and Optimizer, Transportation Manager and Supply Chain Integrator.
Payment services
Schneider Logistics' leading-edge freight payment capabilities include Payment and Audit and Interactive Reporting and Analysis. Processing more than $7 billion in freight each year, these services enable high volume, low cost transaction processing.
Year Formed: 1993
Company History:
Since 1993, Schneider Logistics has operated as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Schneider National, Inc., North America's largest truckload transportation carrier. Originally formed to support the logistics needs of Schneider National's transportation customers, Schneider Logistics soon developed its own customer base.
In late 1999, the company enhanced its portfolio of services by offering hosted technology applications and payment services independent of its complete outsourced freight management capabilities.
Geographic Areas Served:
United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe, Latin America and Asia, with plans to continue to expand globally.
Number of Employees:
More than 1,400, based in offices in Green Bay, Wisconsin; Homewood and Sugar Grove, Illinois; El Paso, Texas; Detroit, Michigan; Venlo, Netherlands; and at customer sites worldwide.
Number of Customers:
More than 250, including large multinational corporations.
Number of Transportation Providers:
More than 8,000 total available carriers, 1,300 utilized regularly, crossing all modes, including full truckload, less-than-truckload, domestic and international air, ocean, rail and small package.
Purchased Transportation:
$4.3 billion since 1993
Freight Paid:
$7 billion annually across 8,500 carriers
Transportation Managed:
$5.4 billion through the SUMIT suite of logistics applications
Awards & Recognition:
Schneider Logistics has been recognized with the following awards:
Inbound Logistics Top 100 3PL
The Inbound Logistics Top 100 was chosen by a reader survey to determine which 3PLs achieve excellence in customer service. In 2001, Schneider Logistics was ranked number five.
Information Week 500
Information Week 500 companies are transforming their core business models to ones highly dependent on information and Internet technologies. In 2001, Schneider was ranked number 55, up from number 67 in 2000.
CIO Top 100 in Customer Service
As a CIO winner, Schneider was recognized for effectively managing their customer relationships to raise their industry profile, increase market share and build customer loyalty.
InfoWorld Top 100
The InfoWorld Top 100 focused on innovative use of technology to create new business opportunities. Schneider was named to the 2000 list for innovation in e-business.
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