OneStop, DP World partner to develop Fisherman Island container park

OneStop, DP World partner to develop Fisherman Island container park

Software solutions company, OneStop, has announced a partnership with DP World to foster innovation and efficiency at DP World’s container park on Fisherman Island in the Port of Brisbane.

The new container park will take advantage of OneStop’s Depot Operating System, OneStop Modal, by incorporating data capabilities to enable rapid and reliable container transactions.

OneStop’s Vehicle Booking System (VBS) is seamlessly integrated to deliver real-time insights into container movements, change traffic flow management, and eliminate manual procedures.

The collaboration aims to transform efficiency, increase visibility, and unleash latent potential throughout the Oceania supply chain.

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The goal is to give industry participants with an integrated and interconnected East Coast solution to meet the expanding container storage and handling requirements.

The OneStop VBS and OneStop Modal capabilities will be implemented on 3 June at DP World’s Fisherman Island Container Park.

Chris Harnett, Chief Commercial Officer at OneStop, said: “This partnership heralds a new era in logistics. It’s not just about setting new standards; it’s about fundamentally improving efficiency, sustainability, and visibility in the supply chain. We are not merely raising the bar; we are creating a platform for innovation to flourish, delivering tangible benefits to our customers.”

In December 2023, OneStop unveiled its new Rail Module which is integrated into the OneStop Modal Depot solution.

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