Release Date: 17 January 2008
Release ID: 1415
Shortsea Promotion Centre Norway ("SPC Norway") is delighted to announce the launch of their new website. The new site provides users with a comprehensive overview of short sea shipping together with other services. This includes easy access to newsletters, calendar with upcoming short sea events and search engines, for example web-based port to port liner services.
Mr. Thomas Saxegaard, Managing Director of SPC Norway, commented, "The website also includes a new action that aims to identify and hopefully remove bottlenecks in European short sea shipping and transport logistics. This newly created initiative, known as "progress", welcomes contributions from all parties involved in door-to-door short sea shipping."
Visitors to the new website will find the new look to be more user friendly and full of helpful information about short sea shipping. The site will be helpful for transport users and organizations seeking information about this modern and environmentally friendly mode of transport. In general short sea shipping has a very positive business image. The site does a good job at describing the many advantages and features available to transport users that consider using short sea shipping.
Mr. Saxegaard commented, "The new website conveys all of the relevant and important information transport companies will need if they search for possibilities for moving their cargo from road to more environmentally friendly transport through short sea shipping. We think it is vital to build lasting business on sustainable and environmentally friendly transport solutions. This is also in line with the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility whereby organizations consider the interests of society by taking responsibility for the impact of their activities on the environment in all aspects of their operations."
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