To further enhance visibility to their customers Geest Line has embarked on tweeting information on each port call made by their vessels.
Tweets will include actual times of arrival, actual time of sailing and next port call giving Geest Line customers real time information.
We hope that you will follow us @geestshipping or please click here to follow.
If you are not already registered with Twitter you can do so at https://twitter.com
Geest Line were proud to be a sponsor of Bradfest, held by Bradleys Foundation charity in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust on the 28th June 2014. A Hampshire based charity helping local children and young people with life shortening illnesses.
The aim of the foundation is simple; to raise funds to support the welfare of sick children and their families whilst being treated in hospital, at home or in the community.
The event has become a yearly “party in the park”, based on live music and entertainment, if you missed this year’s sold out event there’s always 2015! Great fun was had by all with many of the Geest staff in attendance.
For more information please visit either https://www.bradleysfoundation.com/home/ or https://www.bradfest.net/
Hayley Rolfe, Geest Line Container Operations and Transport Supervisor, became Mrs Selby on the 4th of April 2014. Hayley and Matt, a former Geest Line employee, started dating in 2007. They celebrated their special day with close family at the Old House Hotel, Wickham.
We wish them all the happiness for their future as Mr & Mrs Selby.
Geest Line would like to congratulate Jonathan Whitby and Samantha Wheeler on the birth of their second son, a welcome addition to their family and a baby brother to Dylan. Evan was born a healthy 8lb 14oz at 03.14am on the 1st May 2014.
All your colleagues at Geest would like to wish Jon and his family all the best.