DAT to integrate PIERS import-export data into RateView and Benchmark Analytics reporting
DAT Freight & Analytics today announced an agreement with IHS Market PIERS to add import and export data into DAT iQ’s RateView and Benchmark Analytics reporting. This will enhance DAT’s ability to provide shippers, freight brokers, carriers and analysts with the industry’s most accurate, comprehensive and actionable freight data.
DAT Picks New Chief Technology Officer To Drive Technological Innovation Through Accelerated Period of Growth
DAT Freight & Analytics today named Chris Kucharski as its new Chief Technology Officer. Kucharski has joined DAT’s executive team to oversee the engineering organization, and he will play a critical role in propelling the company into its next phase of growth.
DAT: Spot van rate hits $3 milestone in December, up 54 cents year over year
Van and refrigerated (“reefer”) truckload freight rates hit new highs in December, with national average prices up 21.9% and 29.5% respectively compared to the same period a year ago, said DAT Freight & Analytics, which operates the industry’s largest marketplace for spot truckload freight and the DAT iQ data analytics service.
DAT: Truckload rates jump in November; reefer rates up 5.2%
Prices to move van and refrigerated (“reefer”) truckload freight continued their steady climb and hit new highs in November as businesses paid more to move food and other retail goods in time for holiday shopping.
DAT and Loadsure bring fast, affordable all-risk per-load insurance to the industry’s largest spot truckload freight network
DAT Freight & Analytics today announced that Loadsure, the pay-as-you-go, all-risk digital insurance solution, is now available to brokers, shippers and motor carriers on the DAT network, the industry’s largest marketplace for spot truckload freight.
DAT Truckload Volume Index fell 8% in July as congestion gripped supply chains
Truckload rates hit new highs and freight volumes remained elevated in July but retreated from June’s record levels, as shippers paid a premium for transportation amid pandemic-related supply chain disruptions.