1-Stop's July/August Newsletter: Industry news, 1-Stop news and latest software releases


Can you believe we are already half way through the year. Before we know it, summer will be here.

Since you last heard from us, the world saw another ransom-ware attack which hit our industry hard, and there are more rumors of shipping lines buying other shipping lines.

1-Stop has also been in news during the last couple of months. We announced a new alliance between us and TBSx3. We are working together to develop a blockchain-based security architecture, designed to combat fake products, in particular fake medicines.
The alliance comes less than a month after the successful completion of a global road and sea supply chain trial of the TBSx3 technology. More details can be found here. 

Our GM, Jeremy Chee, provides his thoughts on Australia’s Transport Minister’s decision to reform vehicle regulations so that fully automated vehicles will be allowed to travel our roads from 2020. Jeremy explains how the rise of IoT and Big Data heralds a new disruption to the logistics industry. Read the full opinion piece here. 

By now, you would have heard about the MSIC changes that the Australian Government has introduced. The changes come into effect from 1 August, 2017. These regulatory, changes include a new list of documents that need to be supplied when you apply for your MSIC, along with changes for NZ and non-Australian citizens. The full list of changes can be found here. 

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