Introducing Rate Insight from Truckstop.com: A First of its Kind Rate Tool Tool

April 12, 2022

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Customers can negotiate rates and stay competitive in the spot market with Truckstop.com Rate Insights, the only spot market rate tool using machine learning and artificial intelligence to provide highly accurate, same-day rate estimates at the load level.

Rate Insights comes standard with Load Board Pro and Premium subscriptions, providing standalone accessibility for shippers, and API access for all customers. This more advanced rate tool feature is available within the freight matching web and mobile experiences. Carriers, brokers and shippers can access daily market rates specific to load attributes, including equipment type, location and dates.
New Truckstop.com Rate Insights features include:

• Rate estimate – See specific rates based on unique load attributes.

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