Container Transport Alliance Australia (CTAA) has finalised a three-year alliance partnership with port logistics technology experts 1-Stop Connections.
Under this new partnership, both parties will work together to promote vital developments in container logistics information exchange, visibility, and management across Australia.
CTAA is an alliance of companies engaged in the container logistics sector across Australia. The companies are responsible for the landside movements of the majority of international shipping containers to and from the country’s ports.
This partnership will focus on engaging with the companies and broader stakeholders in the container logistics chain, Australia-wide.
“1-Stop has an exciting array of product improvements and new technology solutions in the pipeline supporting the operational interfaces between container terminals, intermodal facilities, empty container depots and transport company operations,” said Sam Askin, CEO of 1-Stop Connections.
“1-Stop is adopting a more agile of working. We are keen to leverage our close relationship with CTAA to ensure that we gain valuable feedback from stakeholders to create efficiencies and sustainable growth throughout the supply chain.”
Neil Chambers, Director of CTAA, added: “The long-term partnership with 1-Stop will allow us to engage closely with our alliance companies and more broadly across all stakeholders on how 1-Stop’s technology innovations can evolve to make container logistics chain operations more productive and efficient.
“We’ll be getting out there in collaboration with 1-Stop seeking stakeholders’ views across Australia. The partnership will certainly help to shape and refine the information visibility and technology features that the industry needs to meet future container freight logistics growth.”
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