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.
The agreement gives 4 State Trucks customers special access to DAT's
freight matching service as well as a special promotion when ordering through
"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
, President of 4-State Trucks.
About 4 State Trucks
, 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
, 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
is the industry's largest online load board, established in 1978. Its load board products include
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.
, 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
, as well as
, automated carrier safety and insurance monitoring and
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SOURCE DAT TransCore