Schneider Logistics rolls out carrier partner program

by Canadian Shipper

Logistics services provider Schneider Logistics, Inc. has introduced a new
Carrier Partner Program through which carriers receive point of sales savings
on fuel and tires. Through the program, carriers that do not normally achieve the pricing economies of large carriers receive negotiated group discounts from national
suppliers of fuel and tires.

The program is open to any carrier organization that works with Schneider Logistics or Schneider National. Carrier Partner Program participants utilize a Web-based information system via the Schneider Logistics Web site, , to find suppliers who offer discounts.

“We saw this as an important plus for our network of third party ground carriers, who are vital to the work we do,” says Bob Herndon, vice president Alliance Services for Schneider Logistics.

In 2000, Schneider Logistics worked with more than 3,300 carriers to process orders totaling $819 million. Only five percent of the orders moved on Schneider National assets, Herndon said. “The vast majority of freight we manage on behalf of our customers moves on our third party carriers,” he says.

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