1-Stop holds live demonstrations at TOC Europe

1-Stop Connections is excited to announce that Greg Winstanley will be joining 1-Stop to host workshops and demonstrations at TOC Europe from 27 – 28 June.

Greg will provide a live demonstration on 1-Stop’s flagship product, the Vehicle Booking System (VBS). The VBS is the premier system for the terminal to landside interface. It removes congestion from roads, while streamlining processes inside the terminal. It not just a booking system – it’s a terminal capacity management system.  Greg will show attendees how it works in one of the busiest terminals in Australia.

Greg has worked for both the major stevedores in Australia, Patrick and DP World, since 1986.

Greg’s hands-on knowledge and application of the VBS resulted in reducing truck turnaround times, delivering consistencies and productive movement of containers to the supply chain, ultimately producing the most productive and best landside interface in Australia.

“The VBS is the single most powerful and important tool to any Terminal. It is not just a Booking System but a complete information hub.   Carriers have a very low TTT and Importers and Exporters have ended up with a much cheaper and efficient supply chain.  A true win for all.” Greg Winstanley – DP World National Landside Manager

Greg will be holding the sessions at 1-Stop’s booth – D14, on Day 1 and Day 2 at 10:30, 1:30pm and 4:00pm. At the conclusion of the 4:00pm session we will be holding a cocktail event for all attendees, on both days.

We look forward to welcoming you to the 1-Stop booth.

Because of 1-Stop, port communities have benefited through:

  • Reduction in queue times: From 2 to 4-hour queue times to mostly no queues at the terminals.
  • Decreased TTT: Truck Turn Times at some terminals were reduced from 91 minutes to 37 minutes (and in some cases as low as 15 minutes’ averages)
  • Decrease in dwell times: By 30% in the first 2 weeks of operation
  • Increased throughput: terminals experienced a 35% increase in truck servicing in the first 4 weeks of implementation
  • Increased utilisation: Trucking companies are experiencing up to 5 times more utilisation per truck
  • Increased co-ordination across the whole supply chain