Driven In Wisconsin
When you’re a worldwide transportation and logistics leader, you need a highly skilled workforce to keep your company moving forward. Recognizing the contribution that Schneider National is making in Wisconsin and globally, the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) is supporting programs to develop trained drivers for the transportation industry. Together with other corporate leaders, Wisconsin’s technical colleges and the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development, we’ve created a partnership that keeps Schneider National and Wisconsin in the driver’s seat.
WEDC and industry leaders like Schneider National collaborate to address challenges in the industry every day. With our network of more than 600 economic development partners, we offer customized solutions and resources to help companies start, grow or relocate in Wisconsin.
To learn more about what Wisconsin can do for your business, contact us.
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