Steps required to get access to LogisticsHub
In order for you to prepare to become a user of LogisticsHub a user guide is made available. The LogisticsHub User Guide will guide you through how to implement and use the solution.
Below you will find a short summary of the mandatory process to be authorized for regular use of the LogisticsHub. For a more detailed description of the processes, please refer to chapter 4.3 in the user guide document mentioned above.
- Step 1 – Request access to SOIL
- Step 2 – Request access to LogisticsHub
- Step 3 – Verification by EPIM
- Step 4 – Ordering Client certificate
Step 1 – Request access to SOIL
The LogisticsHub is only available from the SOIL (Secure Oil Information Link) network. The SOIL network is built to operate independent from other networks, including internet. This network serves as the preferred platform for delivering services, which are in common use by the Norwegian petroleum sector. See our SOIL pages.
Step 2 – Request access to LogisticsHub
In order to access LogisticsHub the new participant need to justify their use of the solution. New participants also need to sign a specific access agreement.
Step 3 – Verification by EPIM
Once the specific access agreement has been signed by Participant, it will be verified by EPIM before access is granted.
Step 4 – Ordering Client certificate
After access has been granted the new Participant and the LogisticsHub Service Desk will together create and sign a valid electronic certificate in order to establish a technical secure way to communicate with LogisticsHub.
Once the certificate is valid for use and has been installed on the end users computer you are ready to communicate with ELH.