News — October 26, 2021

1-Stop Connections & ContainerCo’s strategic partnership strengthens with the addition of the OCP facility

1-Stop Connections (1-Stop) and ContainerCo continue to grow their strategic partnership, with the 1-Stop platform next implementation to be at ContainerCo’s Oak Road Container Park (OCP) facility in Auckland.

ContainerCo’s OCP facility will go live with the 1-Stop Depot Operating System (1-Stop Modal) and 1-Stop Vehicle Booking System (VBS) on Monday, 1 November 2021. The go live will see a further increase in connectivity and visibility gains across the New Zealand Supply Chain.

Transport Operators visiting a 1-Stop partner terminal or depot across New Zealand will now be able to plan, book, and access their pick-up and drop-off requirements more efficiently by using just one single platform.

From Monday, 1 November 2021, all container movements at OCP will require a timeslot booking made via the 1-Stop VBS. Timeslot bookings will open 9 am, Friday 29 October 2021, with a further notification sent to carriers once timeslot bookings can be confirmed.

Transport Operators using the 1-Stop VBS at ContainerCo’s Hugo Johnston Park (HJP) and other facility sites in Auckland will automatically gain access to the OCP site.

To add the new OCP site, Transport Operators will need to log into the 1-Stop VBS and then go to the “My Account” menu, then 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:

The OCP facility go-live continues to reaffirm the strategic partnership that has been developed between 1-Stop and ContainerCo, as industry leaders to improve productivity in the diverse Supply Chain community.

1-Stop looks forward to bringing further increased efficiency gains to the New Zealand and Global Supply Chain through improved visibility and connectivity.

For any questions regarding the OCP implementation, please reach out to 1-Stop Connections, Marketing and Communications Executive – Kaylee Salzke via