Port website given ‘fresh new look’

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SHOREHAM Port is hoping its new website will encourage more people to explore work going on in the harbour.

The relaunch is part of the plan to find new ways to improve and engage with customers and stakeholders.

Website designer Senior Internet helped the port to streamline the content to reflect its modern and progressive approach.

Tricia Durrant, client services director at Senior Internet, explained: “The fresh new look and feel of the website reflects Shoreham Port’s ethos in embracing new technologies and confirms their commitment to quality and excellence in all areas.”

People can use the new website (www.shoreham-port.co.uk) to access details about current vacancies, property available to let and weekly news stories.

Nicky Goldsbrough, corporate services manager, said: “Coinciding with the launch of the new website was the release of the Port’s eye-catching newsletter PORTlife.

“PORTlife is a great way to find out what’s been happening behind-the-scenes at the port. Each article provides an insightful account of the progress in each of the port’s departments.”

Printed copies of the newsletter are available from Nautilus House, in Albion Street, Southwick.