Friday, September 27, 2019
Port of Prince Rupert refreshes website, introduces new logo and branding as Canada's Leading Edge
The fall it seems will be the season of change for websites for the North Coast, earlier this week we took note of a new look for the District of Port Edward and today we take a tour of the brand new look for the Port of Prince Rupert.
The changes which were revealed on September 19th represent an evolution of the brand that the Port of Prince Rupert is presenting to the world and that comes with a new logo that highlights Prince Rupert as Canada's Leading Edge.
The introduction to the new look was made through Facebook, with the Port putting the focus on partnerships both locally and globally.
The home page for the website opens with the Port's Maynard Angus standing on the Atlin Terminal Boardwalk, with the harbour towards Tuck inlet in the background.
A scroll down on the page provides a list of the current roster of ships arriving at Port facilities, as well as some background on the Port's advantages for shippers. News and background options and Social media offerings make for the remainder of the introduction page.
A task bar on the right hand side of the opening page provides a range of links towards more information on Trade, the Port Authority, Marine Operations, Community, Environment and News options.
One key area of interest, is the Public Documents section, which provides a link to a number of past reports and studies related to Port development.
You can take the new look website for a tour here.
For more items of interest related to the Port of Prince Rupert see our archive page here.