Port's acting chief executive is confirmed as the boss
Chief executive of the Port of Dover Tim Waggott.
Tim Waggott has been confirmed as chief executive of the Port of Dover.
Dover Harbour Board chairman George Jenkins said: "When asking Tim Waggott to step into the role of acting chief executive I was quoted as saying that he possessed 'the right experience, qualifications, drive and ability to take this organisation forward together with its customers and community'.
"It is clear to the board that Tim has now demonstrated his ability to undertake the role on a permanent basis.
"He has quickly established improving relationships with the customers and the community as well as implementing organisational changes. I am therefore pleased to confirm and congratulate Tim on his appointment as Chief Executive."
Mr Jenkins also paid tribute to the efforts of the port's many stakeholders in helping the Port of Dover, its customers and community emerge from an unsettling period.
"I am sure that with continuing teamwork we will deliver a tangible improvement to both port and town in an exciting future."
Mr Waggott joined the port in April 2007 as Director of Finance and Commercial having previously held executive board positions with the Port of Shoreham as finance director and deputy chief executive and with letting agent Leaders Group and Rentokil.
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