1-Stop Connections platform to go live at ContainerCo’s MCP facility
With COVID restrictions starting to ease across New Zealand, 1-Stop Connections (1-Stop) are excited to announce the rescheduled go-live date for ContainerCo’s Manukau Container Park (MCP) site, in Auckland, which will now be Monday, 4 October 2021 (subject to change if additional COVID restrictions are enforced).
The implementation of the 1-Stop Depot Operating System (1-Stop Modal) and 1-Stop Vehicle Booking System (VBS) at MCP continues to pave the way to improved connectivity and visibility across the New Zealand Supply Chain.
From Monday, 4 October 2021, all container movements at MCP will require a time slot booking made via the 1-Stop VBS.
This is a friendly reminder that all Transport Operators who have access to the 1-Stop VBS for ContainerCo’s – Hugo Johnston Park (HJP) and other facility sites in Auckland will automatically receive access to Manukau Container Park from mid-October.
To add the new MCP site, Transport Operators will need to log into the 1-Stop VBS and go to the “My Account” menu, to “Subsidiary”, and then to “Add Facility”.
Any Transport Operators who have not used the 1-Stops VBS previously will need to register via the following link: https://www.1-stop.biz/signup2/vbs.
MCP going live with the 1-Stop platform continues to reiterate 1-Stop and ContainerCo’s strategic partnership, as industry leaders to improve productivity and efficiencies in the diverse Supply Chain community.
For any questions regarding the MCP implementation, please reach out to 1-Stop Connections, Marketing and Communications Executive – Kaylee Salzke via ksalzke@1-Stop.com.