INTERNATIONAL Container Terminal Services Inc (ICTSI) has chosen 1-Stop Connections (1-Stop) to provide key information technology at its Webb Dock terminal.
The Victoria International Container Terminal (VICT), run by ICTSI at Webb Dock, is expected to welcome its first ship early this year.
Key 1-Stop product, the Vehicle Booking System, is already active in 12 terminals across Australia, New Zealand and the Philippines, mostly recently having been implemented into ICTSI’s Manila terminal.
ICTSI is using several 1-Stop products, including the Vehicle Booking System with specific enhancements for VICT, including customs and shipping line-enabled message integration and pre-receival advice (PRA).
1-Stop’s mobile application is now also VICT-enabled and all these product solutions are said to be integrated with VICT systems through 1-Stop’s ‘CargoConnect’ product.
1-Stop chief executive, Michael Bouari, said he was excited VICT had elected to use their full solution suite.
“It’s an important step in 1-Stop’s history to be able to provide this cloud-based system to the newest terminal in Australia,” Mr Bouari said.
ICTSI chairman and president, Enrique Razon Jr. agreed.
“Once we start operations in January, Victoria International Container Terminal will be the most technologically advanced container terminal in the world,” he said.