Take the uncertainty out of freight with the intel, insights and data needed to drive your business forward. DAT iQ provides the most valuable data in transportation, with a database of more than $118 billion in annual freight invoices that produces real-time analysis, plus freight forecasting that's twice as accurate as any other model.
Know the going rate on every trucking lane for every equipment type, and get access to the most historically complete database of truckload rates that exists. Confidently bid on RFPs, make quick pricing decisions and get accurate forecasts on where prices will be in the future so you can make the most informed business decisions.
Get custom reports that are specific to your business needs, plus the underlying data to get a deeper understanding of the markets. We offer supply and demand data, historical rates, plus the most accurate pricing forecasts available, all customized and tailored to your specifications. Not sure what data you need? Tell us the problem you're trying to solve, and we'll help.
The Freight Market Intelligence Consortium (FMIC) is a subscription-based benchmarking and market intelligence platform. Businesses participate by providing transaction-level data on a regular basis, ranging from weekly to annually. DAT iQ then uses advanced analytics and machine learning to develop all-in cost estimates which explain the factors that really matter when buying transportation services.
Subscribe to our free weekly newsletter, DAT Trendlines, and get high-level insights on pricing along with break downs of current supply and demand trends. Frequently cited by Wall Street Journal, Financial Times and Business Insider as an indicator for the trucking economy.
DAT operates the largest truckload freight marketplace in North America. Transportation brokers, carriers, news organizations and industry analysts rely on DAT for market trends and data insights derived from 183 million freight matches and a database of $118 billion of market transactions.
The company was established in 1978 as the Dial-A-Truck (DAT) load finder service at Jubitz® truck stop in Portland, OR.