Rooms are filling up fast for the DAT User Conference, Oct. 23-25 in Portland, Oregon. DAT has reserved a limited block of rooms at the Portland Hilton Hotel at a discounted rate, but you must reserve by October 3. DAT also offers a special conference discount for groups of three or more attendees from the same company.
DAT Solutions second annual user conference will be held October 23 to 25 in Portland, Oregon, addressing the very real threats and opportunities facing the trucking industry. See whats planned for this years conference.
Last year, more than 145 customers, representing more than 100 companies, attended the first-ever DAT User Conference. This year's conference is shaping up to be even better than last year's. Here's what's planned for this year's conference.
The Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA) this month updated two of its key publications for freight brokers. The updates reflect FMCSA regulatory changes and the new food safety rules that began earlier this month.
Two-and-a-half years ago, Arrive Logistics launched its business with 10 employees and a business model that puts carriers first. Today they're among the top 40 non-asset-based freight brokerages in the country.
The 2017 TIA Capital Ideas Conference and Exhibition is just around the corner, coming up April 5-8 in Las Vegas. DAT will be there and we hope to see as many of you there as possible. Here are some must-see, must-do events to put on your calendar
<p>There are many trade associations and organizations that represent carriers, but what about freight brokers and 3PLs? Who helps them get started, keeps them informed, and looks out for their interests? There's an organization that has been doing just that for nearly 40 years.</p>
What do you do when shippers tell you to find capacity below market rates? Attend the DAT User Conference October 17 to 19 in Portland, Oregon and find out. Here's a sample of other tips you'll go home with.p/
You've posted a load and have just received a call from what seems to be the perfect match. The only problem: you've never used this carrier before. And by the time you check his DOT authority, FMCSA info, and track down his insurance certificate, he’ll be on to a different load. That's where DAT CarrierWatch(R) comes in.