Ryder System, Inc. is a FORTUNE® provider of leading-edge transportation, logistics and supply chain management solutions worldwide. Ryder's product offerings include: Fleet Management Solutions (FMS), which provides leasing, rental and programmed maintenance of trucks, tractors and trailers to commercial customers; Supply Chain Solutions (SCS), which manages the movement of materials and related information from the acquisition of raw materials to the delivery of finished products to end-users; and Dedicated Contract Carriage (DCC), which provides a turn-key transportation service that includes vehicles, drivers, routing and scheduling. Ryder serves customer needs throughout North America and in Latin America, Europe and Asia. For 75 years, Ryder has earned high marks for serving customers in a timely, cost-effective and reliable manner. That reputation has helped Ryder to continually rank among the industry's leading companies in many publications, including the FORTUNE® Most Admired Companies, the InformationWeek 500 of leading business users of information technology and InternetWeek's top 100 U.S. companies for effectiveness in using the Internet to achieve tangible business benefits. Ryder's stock (NYSE: R) is a component of the Dow Jones Transportation Average and the Standard & Poor's 500 Index.
Ryder provides a variety of benefits to help you meet your personal and professional needs while balancing your life. The following is a summary of our primary U.S. benefits.* As with all of our human resources programs and practices, we continually review our offerings to ensure employees have all they need to succeed. *Specific offerings may vary by role, area and location.
At Ryder, we understand what makes a good career great.
- Working with smart people you can count on
- Having the ability to contribute your vision to a larger mission
- Working together to overcome challenges and define new solutions
- …And doing it all at a place that encourages you to be your best.
At Ryder, we give you the power to get things done. Because a great career doesn’t just make you feel good today. It inspires you to excel tomorrow.
Products & Services
Today, Ryder’s portfolio of products and services ranges from large-scale Supply Chain Solutions to Fleet Management Solutions, through our three business segments.
Supply Chain Services- Our Supply Chain Solutions (SCS) business offers a broad range of innovative lead logistics management services designed to optimize a customer’s supply chain by directing the movement of materials, funds, and information from the acquisition of raw materials to the delivery of finished product to an end-user. The SCS product portfolio is organized into three categories: professional services (strategy, design and engineering), distribution operations (warehousing), and transportation solutions. The top industries this business segment currently serves include: automotive, high-tech, and consumer products.
Fleet Management Solutions- Through our Fleet Management Solutions (FMS) business, we provide customers with flexible solutions designed to improve their competitive positions by allowing them to focus on their core business, lower their costs, and redirect capital to other parts of their business. Ryder’s FMS business enables customers to improve the uptime and reliability of their fleets, thereby minimizing fleet-related business disruptions and risks. Our FMS product offering is comprised primarily of contract based full service leasing, contract maintenance, commercial rental and fleet support services. While Ryder’s customer base is highly diversified, key industries this business segment currently serves include: food (groceries, food manufacturing, beverage); paper products, printing, and publishing; lumber and wood products; home furnishings, and primary and fabricated metals.
Dedicated Contract Carriage- Ryder’s Dedicated Contract Carriage (DCC) business provides a turnkey transportation service with drivers, vehicles, maintenance, routing and scheduling, management, and administrative support. Ryder’s DCC solution offers a high degree of specialization to meet the needs of customers with high service requirements such as tight delivery windows, high-value or time-sensitive freight, closed-loop distribution, and multi-stop shipments. While Ryder’s customer base is highly diversified, key industries served include: retail, construction, industrial manufacturing, food, and media.
Ryder believes it can and does have a significant positive impact on the environment. We are dedicated to continuing to implement industry-leading environmental practices that reduce risk and build value for the Company and its customers as part of an overall strategy to improve transportation efficiencies. We are committed to leveraging our industry expertise and the latest technologies to help our customers execute environmentally sound operational practices that make them more efficient, agile, responsible, and profitable.
Internships provide a valuable opportunity for you to gain insight into our Company and to really decide if the Ryder culture and environment are right for you. We offer a variety of challenging internship opportunities that generally last two to three months and are available to current students with interests and experiences that correspond to the opening. You seek new challenges. We offer broader horizons. Below is a brief summary of our four main internship channels. Accounting/Finance InternshipsAs an accounting/finance intern, you’ll work within the finance department across various disciplines including accounting, financial planning and audit.Information Technology InternshipsAs an IT intern, you’ll contribute your skills to our technology department across various disciplines: LAN/WAN, wireless, security, remedy support, RydeSmart®, service desk, PC Lab and more. Marketing InternshipsMarketing interns support Ryder across various disciplines including advertising, sales support, customer relationship management and product marketing. Work is project oriented and the internship lasts two to three months.Logistics/Transportation/Engineering InternshipsAs a logistics/transportation/engineering intern, you’ll work in a dynamic environment across multiple functional groups within the organization. Responsibilities include identifying ways to streamline processes and reduce costs, as well as driving increased systemic solutions.