Worldwide Street Address Database
A comprehensive database of street names, coordinates, and address ranges for Enterprise
124 of the Fortune 500 rely on our international street address database
Get the right address data for your use case
Logistics and Supply Chain
Design and optimize your distribution network, plan your pick-up and drop-off locations, reduce costs and improve visibility over your shipping.
Market Research and Geomarketing
Segment yourrespondents and customers, design sales areas for site selection, retail analytics, and targeted campaigns.
We help you build a solution for your use-case.
Data can change over time. It’s good to know that our partner is keeping an eye on these changes and will always provide us with very updated information to work with.
Product Owner, Geographic Information Services
All location data you need are available in our datasets
The subdivisions of each country are prioritized in up to 4 levels. Our enterprise-built connector will help you adapt our standardized structure to your system of choice.
International Address Formats
Indicates, per country, which fields should appear on addresses and where, in line with the requirements of each postal operator.
Time zones and DST
A complete list of time zones, future on and off dates of Daylight Saving Time changes for all the time zones in the world, for each street and city.
UNLOCODE and IATA codes
A complete and clean list of geocoded Logistics’ locations, associated with the closest zip codes and cities.
Use our address database to increase quality, reduce costs and free up internal resources
Our standard data format
Our data can be downloaded and easily imported into any software, database, MDM, CRM, ERP, or GIS system.
Get automatic differential updates and a list of historical ID changes by using our download API.
Flexible data formats include
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Frequently Asked Questions
The address database typically refers to a comprehensive collection of physical addresses, including street names, house numbers, cities, and postal codes, used for various purposes like mail delivery, location-based services, and more.
In many countries, the local government maintains a national address database to facilitate mail delivery, federal government services, and census purposes. The USPS manages the National Address Database (NAD), a state data compilation of validated mailing addresses in the United States.
The U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) and its partners from all federal government levels, such as the Federal Geographic Data Committee, recognized the need for a National Address Database (NAD). An accurate and up-to-date national address database is critical to transportation safety.
The National Address Database (NAD) is a compilation of data provided by state, local, and tribal governments and is made available “as is.”. It is a work of the federal government and as such, is not subject to copyright protection. As state address programs expand and mature, USDOT expects the coverage to expand as well.
USPS does maintain a National Address Database (NAD) comprising accurate location information for mail delivery efficiency and validation purposes.
Addresses in a database are stored using a structured format, usually separating elements like street name, house number, city, state, and ZIP code into distinct fields for easy retrieval and organization. Various national address databases use different formats, but they commonly employ relational structures or key-value pairs to store address information efficiently.
Our advanced data pipelines capture, clean, format and integrate over 1500 worldwide data sources on a daily basis, allowing us to deliver the most up-to-date global picture to our customers at any time. Subscribe to our continuous updates and stay in sync with postal and administrative changes around the globe. Our long-standing partnerships with national and international postal operators guarantee the timely delivery of accurate information.