Tim Waggott has decided to leave the Port of Dover at Easter to pursue new opportunities
Tim Waggott has decided to leave the Port of Dover at Easter to pursue new opportunities following more than a decade of service to the organisation in various positions, and as Chief Executive since 2013.
Chairman Richard Everitt said, “Tim has led a number of successful initiatives including securing new powers, commencing the transformational Western Docks development, raising the profile of the Port (particularly in relation to Brexit), delivering improved community relations, and coping with many challenges to consistently deliver record volumes of freight traffic.”
Mr Waggott said “It has been a great privilege to work at the Port of Dover. I have had an incredible journey and made many friends who I thank wholeheartedly for their support. I am proud of the achievements of the entire team and I know they will go on to be ever more successful in delivering for future generations.”
The port continues to be run by a strong executive team under the direction of the board