Schneider Industries is staffed and managed by teams of highly-skilled, experienced men and women, all of whom share an unwavering commitment to quality service, the highest standards of professional ethics and integrity, and to the achievement of successful results.
Bruce started Schneider Industries in 1993 with the vision to assist corporations in selling their surplus equipment. After the first project, a Beech-Nut Baby Food operation in San Jose, CA, the company has grown into a global operation. General Contracting services now include factory restorations, demolition projects, and real estate sales.
Chief Operating Officer
Dan joined Schneider Industries in 1999 with a background in hi tech. Now, Dan’s primary function is to oversee the business operations and projects to ensure all components are on track. Dan has managed hundreds of projects for companies including General Mills, Kellogg’s, Emerson Electric, Busch Stadium, and Arch Coal.
Sr. Vice President Of Business Development
After graduating with an MBA from the University of Missouri in 2003, Josh began his career at Schneider Industries. He now manages accounts for MillerCoors and Anheuser-Busch and has completed major sports arena projects including the Joe Louis Arena in Detroit and the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.
Since 2001, Candy has managed all event marketing including social media, email, website advertising, direct mail, and telemarketing campaigns. Candy’s primary goal is to bring in as many bidding participants as possible to the events.
Kim’s primary responsibility is to manage all of Schneider Industries’ finances. This includes invoicing, receivables, accounts payable, sales tax collection, and reconciling all projects.
VP of Business Development
Josh began at Schneider Industries in 2015 after receiving a business degree from the University of Wisconsin. Josh has since spearheaded numerous projects for companies including Boeing, KraftHeinz, Sims Recycling, and ABB Transformer.
Operations & Business Manager
Riley graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2016 with a business degree in marketing and management. His role at the company includes managing projects and finding new business. Riley has completed projects for The Palace of Auburn Hills, Kemlab Metal Working, ADM, and Vecna Robotics.
Betty answers any and all questions customers may have about events such as pickups, deliveries, trucking, payment terms, etc.
Holly assists the finance department and oversees that items are picked up from all events on a timely basis.
Jim has been working with Schneider Industries since 2002. His main focus is inventory, this includes ensuring all items are accounted for with complete descriptions and photos to maximize value for sale.
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“Great company to work with and helped us tremendously, with better than expected results.”- Emerson Electric
“We originally contracted SI’s services to sell our equipment. They ended up selling the complete 250,000 sq. ft. operation including the building, equipment, IP, customer list, and R&D lab equipment for twice as much as we anticipated.”- Scott Phillips, SRVPMGP Ingredients
“Has completed many projects successfully and continues to fulfill the expectations of our company, providing good, reliable, and qualified services.”- Grupo Herdez
“Did an excellent job organizing the sale and produced great results.”- Campbells Soup