DP WORLD’S new container park at Port of Brisbane will be set up with depot operating system OneStop Modal.

Logistics software developer OneStop announced its partnership with DP World on Friday (3 May).

This latest partnership follows recent news that OneStop’s systems would also be rolled out at Tyne Container Services’ empty container depot at Port Botany.

OneStop said the container park would leverage the depot management system by integrating data capabilities that would ensure fast and reliable container transactions.

The system would integrate OneStop VBS, the company’s vehicle booking system, to provide immediate insights into container movements.

“This partnership heralds a new era in logistics. It’s not just about setting new standards; it’s about fundamentally improving efficiency, sustainability, and visibility in the supply chain,” OneStop chief commercial officer Chris Harnett said.

“We are not merely raising the bar; we are creating a platform for innovation to flourish, delivering tangible benefits to our customers.”

OneStop Modal and OneStop VBS are due to be implemented at DP World’s Fisherman Island container park on Monday 3 June 2024.