LOGISTICS software developer OneStop and container logistics operator ACFS Port Logistics have formed a “strategic partnership”.

In a joint statement, the two companies said the partnership would “revolutionise landside operations by delivering heightened visibility into container movements across Australia and New Zealand”.

Under the partnership, ACFS is to implement OneStop’s vehicle booking system, OneStop Modal (a depot operating system), optical camera recognition and licence plate recognition capabilities at ACFS e-Depot and ACFS e-Link in Port Botany commencing on Monday 30 October.

OneStop chief customer officer Chris Harnett said: “This is what you call a paradigm shift; in partnering with ACFS Port logistics we embark on a transformative journey to reshape the very landscape of supply-chain dynamics”.

ACFS Port Logistics national commercial manager Michael Tzaneros said the partnership with OneStop marks a pivotal moment in the Australian supply-chain industry.

“Together, we embark on a transformative journey to revolutionise supply chain operations, setting new standards for efficiency and sustainability,” Mr Tzaneros said.

“This alliance underscores ACFS Port Logistics’ ongoing commitment to delivering excellence and innovation within Australia’s logistics landscape, ensuring a brighter and more efficient future for our nation’s supply chain.”