Over recent years Solent Stevedores has been asked to receive, handle, store and load out a vast array of varied cargoes and shipments of dry bulk commodities at The Port of Southampton.
Alongside ABP, Solent Stevedores has provided major investment in upgrading the berth and quayside facilities to ensure we remain the first choice for one off and regular shipments of dry bulk to and from the UK.
Solent Stevedores starts 2013 with key appointment
Solent Stevedores has started 2013 with the key appointment of Ian Jacobs as Managing Director.
Having spent the last 15 years working in a number of senior positions within the Southampton Port community, Ian joined Solent Stevedores in September 2009 as General Manager. Ian said
"I am delighted to be taking on this role at such a dynamic time for the business. The values and culture of the company have been the very foundations which have enabled us to grow significantly over the last 12 years.
With operations in the Port of Southampton, the Port of Jersey and on the River Thames in London, we are fortunate to have a very strong and capable team and I am looking forward to continuing the success by building on current relationships and developing new ones. "
Almost 500 guests from the maritime bulk industry worldwide gathered on Monday, 14th November, to salute the bulk industry’s finest at the Hilton Hotel, Antwerp.
Solent Stevedores was delighted to win the Customer Care Award sponsored by Logsys and were 1 of only 2 UK winners of the 21 international categories. Ian Jacobs, General Manager at Solent Stevedores commented:
"We are delighted to have won the IBJ award - especially the Customer Care category. Service to our Customers is at the forefront of everything we do and it's great for the team to receive recognition for their hard work at an international event such as the IBJ Awards"
Discharge, conveyor and storage of Animal Feed at Southampton Dock.
Discharge, storage and bagging of Fertiliser at Southampton Dock.
Discharged, loaded and transported from Southampton Dock