Port Express Website Has A New Facelift

July 19, 2021

Port Express Website Has A New Facelift

Our old website has served us well over recent years, but in order to make better use of modern technologies, the social media phenomenon and today’s essential need to share current information, we’ve given the website a facelift.

Container transport has changed dramatically since the pandemic started and we recognise that our role has evolved during the process. Now, more than ever, information and communication are central to making better informed supply chain decisions.

Therefore, our new website and our social media channels will be central to us keeping customers, drivers and partners up to date with the latest relevant container transport and driver information.

We’ve also added a driver’s portal page that is in its early stages, but will be developed over the coming weeks. So, be sure to BOOKMARK the site and FOLLOW our social media pages.

In the meantime, we hope that you like the look and feel of the new website and we welcome any feedback.

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