OneStop and Tyne ACFS have announced a partnership that aims to shape the logistics landscape, fostering sustainability and efficiency for the Oceania region.
This alliance between OneStop and Tyne ACFS will introduce solutions that aim to redefine industry standards.
Tyne ACFS plans to capitalise on the capabilities of next-generation automation and technology. Tyne ACFS will increase automation by leveraging OneStop’s Depot Operating System, OneStop Modal, and sophisticated data capabilities. This will reportedly allow for quicker and more reliable container transactions while decreasing manual involvement.
Integration of OneStop’s Vehicle Booking System (VBS), Optical Camera Recognition (OCR), and Plate Recognition (LPR) will also provide Tyne ACFS with real-time insights into container movements, streamlining traffic flow management, and enabling seamless, paperless operations within their facilities.
Furthermore, Tyne ACFS hopes to gain considerable time and cost reductions, guaranteeing a smoother and more effective service delivery for its clients, through increased transparency and greater container visibility.
The OneStop VBS, OneStop Modal, Optical Camera Recognition (OCR), and Licence Plate Recognition (LPR) capabilities will be implemented at Tyne ACFS’s Port Botany site on 4 December 2023.
The partnership aims to transform the future of logistics in the region by improving efficiency, sustainability, and visibility.
Chris Harnett, Chief Customer Officer at OneStop, said: “Our collaboration with Tyne ACFS is a continuation our commitment to reshaping the Oceania supply chain by leveraging technologies to drive innovation.
“By partnering with Tyne ACFS we continue our journey of connecting the medium mile and increasing container visibility across the Oceania supply chain by building a global first container data set.”