The terminal will implement the Vehicle Booking System (VBS) from the 1-Stop platform to drive an increase in coordination and efficiency along with helping to alleviate congestion across the greater port area of Lima.
With APMT Callao rolling out the VBS, the terminal will be able to regulate the flow of trucks entering the terminal, allow for shorter wait times for the Truck Transport Operator and improve operational efficiency, according to a 9 December statement by 1-Stop.
This will increase asset utilization for both the transport operator and terminal and reduce futile truck trips, the company said. The VBS will facilitate a faster turnaround for the transporters and cargo owners to ensure goods arrive at its destination without delays.
The 1-Stop team has worked closely with the APMT Callao team to bring a specialized VBS to work for both the Spanish and English-speaking community, at the container and general cargos terminal.
APMT Callao will be joining the 1-Stop portfolio along with over 39 terminals throughout Australia, New Zealand and The Philippines all using the 1-Stop VBS.