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January 15, 2020

Improving Terminal Productivity: Landside Capacity Management with the 1-Stop VBS

The 1-Stop Vehicle Booking System (VBS) has been at the forefront of streamlining terminal operations for nearly two decades. With 31 facilities using it in 4 countries, the VBS has cemented its place as the standard in terminal-landside capacity management. In Australia, no other vehicle booking system has been implemented in more sites, and no…

January 9, 2020

1-Stop Connections: Donation to the RFS

Australia is currently in the midst of one of the biggest national crises in history this bushfire season. To date over 6 million hectares have been burnt throughout Australia and we are still only at the start of summer. More than 150 fires continue to burn in NSW and Victoria alone with conditions only worsening…

January 2, 2020

1-Stop Connections – Gateway, ComTrac and Train Consist

2019 has been a productive year for 1-Stop, as we continue our digital transformation journey. Our focus has been on cutting edge technology to improve our existing products through regular upgrades, security enhancements and streamlined support services. To remain at the forefront in innovation that drives port communities and for us to continue giving you…

December 11, 2019

Data and Connectivity Across the Supply Chain

Digitisation in the supply chain is no longer a ‘nice to have’ but a crucial strategic component to remaining competitive in the logistics sector. As the industry grows in complexity to meet rising customer demand for faster, better and cheaper services, connectivity between various players in the supply chain is critical for success. While the…

December 9, 2019

1-Stop VBS at APMT Callao

1-Stop has been selected as the solutions provider for APM Terminals Callao (APMT Callao) as the terminal moves to further digitise their operations. APMT Callao will be implementing 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…

December 6, 2019

Celebrating 1-Stop’s biggest asset – our team

This month, at the monthly 1-Stop Town Hall session we celebrated a rare milestone for technology companies – TWO of our team members completing 10 years of service. Mary-Anne Payn and Tony Latella have played pivotal roles in the business, making exceptional contributions above and beyond the roles they were hired to play. Mary-Anne Payn…

November 15, 2019

1-Stop Team Building Event 2019

Last month marked a “much anticipated” event in the 1-Stop calendar – the annual team building event. Following 12 intense months of driving innovation for the port community, the 1-Stop team stepped away from the computers for a day of puzzles, challenges and laughter. What surprised us was there was no technology involved. Yet, everyone…

October 2, 2019

Port Technology Exclusive with 1-Stop CEO, Michael Bouari

Our CEO, Michael Bouari speaks to Port Technology, giving his take on the most exciting trends in ports and terminals.  

September 27, 2019

1-Stop PRA Validation Service Implemented at Hapag-Lloyd

We are excited to announce that Hapag-Lloyd (Australia) Pty Ltd will start implementing  1-Stop’s PRA Validation Service from 1 October 2019. Given below is Hapag Lloyd (Australia)’s official communication on the same: Click HERE for pdf of the above. About Hapag-Lloyd 237 modern ships, 11.9 million TEU (Twenty-foot Equivalent Unit) transported per year, around 12,800…

September 26, 2019

Meet Elliott, who has been helping Latin American Port Communities streamline operations

Elliott Wood is 1-Stop’s Business Development Manager for the Central and South American regions. He is responsible for introducing 1-Stop Connections to the Americas while negotiating and executing major business relationships with private and public sector organisations in the maritime sector. Utilising his international business exposure and experience with terminal operations, Elliott analyses the nuts…