Green Bay, Wis. — Schneider National Inc. today reported consolidated revenue growth for 2004, ending the year with $3.2 billion in revenue.
Schneider achieved growth despite the transportation industry’s continued struggles with driver capacity, rail service, and rising fuel and insurance costs, said Christopher Lofgren, president and CEO of Schneider National Inc.
Schneider’s positive financial performance in 2004 extends across all lines of business and Includes a record-breaking 68 percent increase in growth for Schneider Brokerage, Lofgren said.
Additionally, Schneider National’s Intermodal service posted double-digit growth.
Lofgren added, "We are dedicated to understanding our customers’ businesses, their transportation challenges, and helping them realize their objectives, regardless of changing market conditions."
Schneider National Inc. serves more than two-thirds of the FORTUNE 500 companies. Its transportation solutions include: One-Way Van, Dedicated, Expedited, Intermodal, Brokerage, Bulk and Specialized. Schneider Logistics, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Schneider National, provides supply chain management technology, managed services, engineering services and freight payment.
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