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Briggs Marine secures port and terminal operations contract with Irish Ferries

Contract Will See Briggs Marine Create Over 50 New Local Jobs

Briggs Marine has secured a contract with Irish Ferries to provide full landside port and terminal operations services at the Port of Dover for its brand new ro-pax ferry service between Dover and Calais.

 Irish Ferries has highlighted that this new service will significantly strengthen the capacity and reliability of the land bridge for exporters and importers.  Drawing on its decades of industry experience, Briggs Marine will provide 24/7 support to each and every Dover port-call.  Briggs marine have created around 55 jobs in the area, varying from operational roles through to check-in staff, coordination and management positions.

 Andrew Sheen, Managing Director at Irish Ferries, comments: “We want to deliver a reliable and efficient service for our customers.  Working with a leading supplier who has a proven track record in delivering quick, easy and effortless marine operations is key.  Briggs Marine has a strong reputation within this space, and we were particularly impressed by their energetic approach, passion and commitment to ensuring the highest standards of service delivery to our customers.” 

 This contract further expands Briggs’ portfolio of delivering similar, critical marine services for ports across the UK including Liverpool, Immingham (Lincolnshire), Finnart (Scotland), Isle of Grain (Kent), Fawley, Hamble (Hampshire), London Medway and Stanlow (Ellesmere Port).

Collieson Briggs MBE, Managing Director at Briggs Marine: “We share a passion and vision with Irish Ferries that we hope can evolve and grow. Our focus is on building operational confidence with round-the-clock services and recruiting the best skills for this new service. This is a cornerstone contract for us, and one that we hope will deliver long-term success for Irish Ferries.”


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