Frito-Lay North America (FLNA) has partnered with Schneider National Inc.


Frito-Lay is a well-known snack company that produces popular brands such as Lay’s, Doritos, and Cheetos. Schneider National is a leading transportation and logistics company that specializes in delivering goods across the country. Together, they have formed a partnership that ensures the timely delivery of snacks to retailers and consumers.

The collaboration includes projects aimed at enhancing Frito Lay supply chain efficiency and decreasing the impact of their transportation activities. A key project involves utilizing compressed gas (CNG) trucks, in Frito Lays vehicle fleet. Schneider National offers maintenance and support services for these trucks, which produce greenhouse gases compared to traditional diesel trucks.

Frito Lay and Schneider National prioritize sustainability in their partnership

Another effort focuses on introducing technologies and procedures to enhance the effectiveness of Frito Lay transportation operations. For instance, Schneider National leverages its technology to optimize routes and enhance delivery schedules thereby reducing the time and resources needed to transport Frito Lays goods.

Furthermore, sustainability is a priority in this partnership with both companies dedicated to lessening their carbon footprint and promoting eco practices. Alongside using CNG trucks Frito Lay has implemented measures to minimize its environmental impact, such as utilizing renewable energy sources and optimizing packaging materials.

In essence, the collaboration, between Frito Lay and Schneider National exemplifies how businesses can collaborate to enhance transportation efficiency reduce harm, and champion business strategies.



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