3 November 2017

Shoreham Port are delighted to welcome Beth Evans-Gay to the team. Beth has joined the Port's Senior Leadership Team as Commercial & Operations Director and will be leading the Port's Operations Division, working with their established customer base and exploring future opportunities for growth. 

Beth comes from a Port and logistics background, having spent the previous thirteen years within the Associated British Ports (ABP) group at a number of Ports and latterly at the Port of Southampton, as Head of Port Operations. Beth brings strong commercial, financial and operational acumen to the Port, with a breadth of experience in operations, sales and marketing.

Beth's expertise leave her well positioned to take on the breadth of opportunities and challenges at Shoreham Port. Alongside building operational performance and key account management, Beth has extensive experience of stakeholder engagement, which is central to Shoreham Port, which operates at the heart of the community. Alan Motterham, the current Commercial & Operations Director retires in December, having been at the Port for over twenty years.

Rodney Lunn, Chief Executive said "We would like to extend a very warm welcome to Beth. We look forward to working with her to continue to improve Shoreham's offering and are confident she will add considerable value to Shoreham Port. Alan Motterham has done an excellent job over the last twenty years expanding the Port's operations and we are delighted Beth will be building on this strong foundation."

Beth commented "I am really pleased to be joining Shoreham Port and to have the opportunity to build the Port further and continue to provide a first-class service to our customers. Shoreham Port has excellent facilities and the reception I have had so far has been very warm and welcoming. The staff are very enthusiastic and I look forward to working closely with them and meeting all our customers in the coming weeks."

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