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Southeastern Freight Lines promotes Keith Schneider to Service Center Manager

Feb 12, 2024

Southeastern Freight Lines, the leading provider of regional less-than-truckload (LTL) transportation services, today announced Keith Schneider has been promoted to service center manager in Waynesboro, Virginia.

Schneider started his career at the Greensboro service center in North Carolina as a freight handler. He has served in various leadership positions during his time with the company, including quality assurance leader, inbound and outbound supervisor, inbound and outbound operations manager, and, most recently, assistant service center manager in Greensboro, North Carolina.

“Since joining the Southeastern team in 1996, Keith has demonstrated his commitment to promoting our culture and enhancing our quality-driven results,” said Kim Shore, regional vice president of operations for Southeastern Freight Lines. “His strong work ethic coupled with his natural leadership abilities make him the perfect candidate to support the continued growth of our Waynesboro facility.”

Schneider, his wife, Katie, and their three sons are excited to relocate to Waynesboro, Virginia and continue serving the Southeastern team in this new capacity.

About Southeastern Freight Lines

Southeastern Freight Lines, a privately-owned regional less-than-truckload transportation services provider founded in 1950, specializes in next-day service in the Southeast and Southwest and operates 89 service centers in 13 states, Canada and Puerto Rico. Southeastern has a network of service partners to ensure transportation services in the remaining 36 states, the U.S. Virgin Islands and Mexico. Southeastern Freight Lines provides more than 99.4% on-time service in next day lanes. Dedication to service quality and a formalized quality improvement process, adopted in 1985, has resulted in more than 570 quality awards received from customers and associations. For more information, please visit www.sefl.com and www.facebook.com/SoutheasternFreight.

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