DTN FastRacks delivers the industry’s most accurate, comprehensive real-time rack pricing data. Combined with DTN ProphetX and our exclusive Excel Add-in tool, you can quickly find competitive fuel market positions by leveraging rack pricing shifts and real-time price alerts — making better, more profitable trades.

It includes these must-have tools and capabilities…

  • Import and integrate data sets – import proprietary customer data or integrate additional data sets, such as futures, third-party partner data, temperature correction data, and more, to deepen your analysis.
  • DTN ProphetX Excel Add-in – dynamic link intraday and full historical data to your Excel spreadsheets, and use its conversion and formula creation tools.
  • Timely data – start your day with benchmark numbers waiting for you every morning at 6 a.m. — and stay on top of changes with real-time visibility into fuel supplier price moves as they happen, from more than 1,900 U.S. and Canadian terminals.
  • Price alerts – make faster, profitable decisions before your competitors with our advanced price alerts.
  • Charting tools – conduct comparative and historical analysis with multi-year archives to evaluate bids, compare suppliers, and improve hedging.
  • Mobile access – see live data on your mobile device.
  • Unmatched support – our readily-available analysis experts can customize data and reports based on your business profile and needs, plus you’ll also have a dedicated customer support representative.

The choice is clear. If you want to stay ahead in today’s global fuel markets, DTN FastRacks on DTN ProphetX can help you assess the competitive fuel market positions using three years of historical data, complete real-time data, and the most advanced position analysis available on the market today.

Improve margins with DTN FastRacks, a new benchmark for rack data.

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