PORTLAND, Ore., Jan. 28, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- DAT, which operates the industry's largest network of load boards, including truckstops, Internet and mobile applications, today announced a joint marketing agreement with 4 State Trucks, home of the Chrome Shop Mafia and the country's leading independent supplier of heavy-duty truck parts and accessories.
"We're excited to offer our customers special access to TruckersEdge. Both 4-State and DAT have spent years helping owner-operators and small fleets so this partnership makes perfect sense. The added TruckersEdge promotion for 4-State customers is definitely a nice perk," said Bryan Martin, President of 4-State Trucks.
About 4 State Trucks
Based in Joplin, Mo., 4 State Trucks is one of the nation's largest retailers of heavy-duty truck parts and accessories. Specializing in both original equipment and aftermarket parts, customers have been turning to 4-State for their customization needs since 1979. Orders are handled via website, catalog, and showroom, all supported by an experienced team of customer service professionals. The company is also home to the well-known Chrome Shop Mafia truck customization team.
The DAT Network is the industry's largest online load board, established in 1978. Its load board products include 3sixty, TruckersEdge and a unique network of monitors located in truck stops nationwide. This extended network brings capacity and load providers together resulting in millions of spot market transactions per year.
DAT, a business unit of TransCore, delivers best-in-class solutions to help freight brokers, third-party logistics providers (3PLs), trucking companies, manufacturers, and distribution operations move and manage freight more efficiently. Solutions include Keypoint transportation software, the most popular broker logistics software, fleet compliance, as well as DAT CarrierWatch, automated carrier safety and insurance monitoring and DAT Truckload Rate Index for spot and contract markets rates. All marks are the property of their respective owners.
SOURCE DAT TransCore