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Sea Swift launches new website

Northern Australia marine transport company Sea Swift has today launched a dynamic new website to connect customers with information and services quickly, easily and efficiently.

The new website features a streamlined, modern design, improved functionality, and easy access to essential information to help customers make well-informed decisions about their shipping needs.

Sea Swift Chief Executive Officer Fred White said the fresh new look for Sea Swift's online presence reflected the company’s focus on improving services to communities across northern Australia.

“We wanted to develop a website that provides clear, concise and efficient information for our customers, whether they live in metropolitan or remote areas,” Mr White said.

“We’re excited not only by the enhanced user experience, but also by the fact that the new website delivers a first-rate customer experience, regardless of which device you choose to view it on, from phones to tablets to different monitor set-ups.

“We know that people in the region are using digital platforms more and more, including mobile devices. We want to make it easy for them.

“We feel it’s important to have a contemporary website that makes it easier for people to find the Sea Swift services they want.”

The new website contains several exciting features including:

  • Easy to access live schedules for Sea Swift vessels delivering services to communities across Far North Queensland and the Northern Territory

  • Streamlined online process for making enquiries and booking services

  • Tailored content depending on customer location.

Mr White said the new website launch comes just weeks after Sea Swift announced that QIC Global Infrastructure Fund had entered into a contract to acquire 100 per cent of the business.

“We’re looking forward to leveraging QIC’s experience to continue the growth of the business and the service offering to our customers, and this new website better represents our vision for Sea Swift for the future,” he said.

Sea Swift has more than 30 years of experience providing essential services and project freight in Northern Australia with more than 400 staff and 28 vessels, and makes a significant contribution to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across the region.

Sea Swift operates throughout the region’s remote coastal and island communities, with depots in Darwin, Gove and Groote Eylandt in the Northern Territory, and Cairns, Weipa, Seisia, Horn Island, Badu Island and Thursday Island in Queensland.

You can find out more about Sea Swift and its services at the new website, or through its Facebook page

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