Schneider surpasses $3 billion in revenues

March 1, 2005
Schneider National earns $3.2 billion in revenue for 2004

Green Bay, WI-based truckload carrier Schneider National said it garnered $3.2 billion in revenue in 2004, despite continued struggles with driver shortages, delays in rail service for its intermodal business, and rising fuel and insurance costs.

Christopher Lofgren, Schneider’s president & CEO, noted that the carrier witnessed growth in all of its businesses, including a record-breaking 68% increase in growth for its brokerage division and double-digit growth in intermodal service.

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