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It’s A G’day To Be Working At The Port Of Dover

It’s A G’day To Be Working At The Port Of Dover

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It’s A G’day To Be Working At The Port Of Dover

The Port of Dover has appointed Ben Greenwood as Business Development Manager (Marine) as the Port looks to build even better relationships and develop stronger products with and for its cruise customers.

Ben, who originates from Australia, previously worked as Specialist Sales and Partnership Manager for Carnival Australia, part of Carnival Corporation PLC which represents the world’s most popular cruise brands, comprising of approximately 80 per cent of the global cruise market.

Tim Waggott, Chief Executive, Port of Dover, said: “The appointment of Ben comes at an exciting time when we are working hard with our cruise business partners to deliver the very best customer service and explore new opportunities.  Ben’s experience will be instrumental in taking our relationships and services to the next level.”

Ben takes over from Clare Newman, former Port of Dover Business Delivery Manager, who is moving to London sightseeing firm City Cruises as Head of Sales and Marketing. Ben will be reporting to Barbara Buczek, Head of Business Development and Corporate Affairs, who has overall responsibility for business development at the Port of Dover, including cruise.

The new-look cruise team is at Seatrade Europe 2013 in Hamburg this week, Europe’s meeting point for the cruise industry.  What better place to start work than at a gathering of over 260 cruise line executives!  The Port of Dover will be at stand 405.

Mr Waggott added: “Our warmest wishes to Clare as she leaves this most famous stretch of sea for the most historic of rivers.  We are sure that the experience gained and commitment she has shown working for the best port in the world will help her to be a fabulous success as she moves to the finest capital city in the world.”

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