OneStop has announced its partnership with PortConnect, aimed at unlocking the potential within the supply chain of Australia and New Zealand through the innovative use of data and cutting-edge technologies.
The two companies have a shared goal to create a unified, harmonious data-ecosystem that fosters collaboration, transparency, efficiency, and operational excellence.
To achieve this, OneStop and PortConnect have committed to further developing and delivering an accurate, real-time window of visibility into the movement of freight across the Australian and New Zealand supply chain.
OneStop and PortConnect’s collaboration aims to provide data insights that will enhance the Australian and New Zealand supply chain.
In response to the ongoing challenges being faced within the supply chain, the first initiative will focus on enhancing transparency surrounding empty container park events in the New Zealand market, according to OneStop.
Through the collaboration, the OneStop Modal integration will allow supply chain participants to seamlessly access real-time visibility into these events via the PortConnect Track and Trace and B2B platforms.
Chris Harnett, Chief Customer Officer at OneStop, said: “Signing this data partnership with PortConnect is a major milestone in both companies’ data expansion and market investments.
“This partnership represents years of positive engagement and collaboration with PortConnect, with the specific focus on solving visibility challenges in the Oceania supply chain.
“Through this partnership, together we have been able to power operational efficiencies while enhancing existing technology to include added functionality required to create the most real-time and accurate data set across Australia and New Zealand.”
Dan Cowie, General Manager at PortConnect, stated: “We are very excited to work with OneStop, this partnership will without doubt enhance the ‘single source of truth’ for container data across the New Zealand supply chain, enabling time savings by removing manual processes and improving transparency.
“This in turn reduces activities that don’t improve service quality or create value for logistics providers and consumers alike.”