Schneider, a provider of trucking, intermodal and logistics services, plans to build an innovation center on the company’s main campus in Ashwaubenon.
Called The Grove, the 20,000 square-foot building will house the newest collaboration and visualization technologies, allowing Schneider associates to leverage artificial intelligence, machine learning, automation and user experience technologies, and drive forward new business processes to transform the company.
“The Grove is not only an investment in Schneider but also the community,” said Schneider President and CEO Mark Rourke. “It is a representation of our commitment, willingness and capability to continue to adapt, change and thrive.”
The Grove will be located on land south of Schneider’s existing headquarters building in Ashwaubenon. The building’s proximity to the main campus will make it easy for customers, vendors and fellow innovators to move between buildings and keep the spirit of innovation alive and well in Northeast Wisconsin.
Construction will begin this fall, with the facility opening in late 2022.