Brunei Shell Petroleum taps IBS Software to reduce logistics emissions

Brunei Shell Petroleum (BSP) has selected IBS Software, a provider of logistics solutions to the travel industry, for the deployment of IBS iLogistics to transform people supply chain and reduce logistics emissions.
IBS SoftwareiLogistics, the cloud-based personnel logistics and accommodation technology platform, helps BSP to improve close to 35,000 monthly passenger movements by helicopters, boats and ground, and Personnel On Board (POB) accommodations at over 200 offshore installations in the South China Sea.

The company claims that the integration of iLogistics technology platform solutions will also help BSP optimize logistics spend, improve operational safety, ensure offshore travel compliance, and provide end-to-end people supply chain visibility.

With iLogistics, BSP can reduce the overall IT spend and build a collaborative eco-system of suppliers and service providers. While accelerating the digital transformation efforts at BSP, the integration also helps BSP pursue its Safety-First culture and maintain its relentless focus on Goal Zero.

Shell and IBS Software have been already working closely on logistics technology innovations including the successful deployment of iLogistics Check-In App in 2021, which enables real time personnel tracking using RFID technology.