Tony Carter to head John Good maritime development

John Good Group has appointed Tony Carter as the head of business development of its Maritime Division, a joint role between Bay Shipping and DAN Shipping. He will be based at the group head office on the Humber at Hesslewood, bringing his extensive industry experience to drive growth and expansion for the division. Managing director of DAN Shipping, Steve Pullen, said: “His extensive commercial and operational experience in all aspects of ... [+]

So good – they named it Good

John Good Logistics Good Logistics is to be rebranded has revealed a new corporate identity. Good Logistics’ new visual identity can already be seen on its redesigned website and social media channels. The full rebrand of all assets, including office spaces, will be completed in the coming months. John Good Logistics ... [+]

Seven more recruits for John Good programme

The John Good Group has recruited a further seven apprentices to its national apprenticeship program, in Hull, Manchester, Felixstowe and London me. The programme began in 2014. Managing director, Seamus Jennings, said that almost all of the apprentices who have started with the business over the past four years are ... [+]

Age no bar to new technology

One of the UK’s oldest shipping companies, John Good & Son, has a brand new website. It says it gives a user-friendly experience with improved navigation and functionality throughout, plus the addition of a useful content hub where customers can learn more about the shipping and logistics industry. Customers can ... [+]

John Good goes for ‘Gateway

Forwarding and agency company John Good Shipping has moved into the new logistics centre at DP World London Gateway. It is taking 465m² (5,000 sq ft) of office accommodation, consolidating its existing Brentwood and Tilbury offices to create a larger, more streamlined central hub the new port. DP World chairman, Sultan ... [+]

New appointments at John Good

The John Good Group has made a number of senior management appointments. Current sales director and main board director Seamus Jennings takes up the role of joint managing director. Alan Steadman has been appointed as a director. He has been a driving force in the development of its freight forwarding activities ... [+]

More ships for MACS

MACS - Maritime Carrier Shipping of Hamburg - has added four new multi-purpose ships to its Europe to Southern Africa conventional service. It sails every 12 days from Immingham (all cargoes) and Tilbury (containers) to Walvis Bay, Cape Town, Durban and Richard’s Bay. John Good Shipping are UK agents. [+]

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