Humber based Ragged Edge Ltd has recently launched a new website promoting its specialist logistics recruitment, training and consultancy services. The website was developed by Skyline Internet Ltd and includes a collection of black and white images by David Lee Photography Ltd, both local Humber businesses.
Established in 2000, Ragged Edge provides interim and recruitment solutions to clients operating in ports, shipping, transportation, warehousing and other logistics functions. From their Barton-upon-Humber offices they service a strong client base across the Humber region as well as representing companies across the UK. More recently they have also undertaken work for 3 different clients based in the Netherlands. They also provide training packages and consulting services nationally and internationally.
Talking about the new website Director, Justin Atkin, said “We wanted to create a site that was functional, informative and easy to navigate for clients and candidates. The team at Skyline Internet took time to learn about our business and have interpreted our requirements through the site that they have developed”. He continued, “We are delighted with the fantastic photographs provided by David Lee Photography. Like ourselves, Michael (of David Lee Photography) has many years experience within the sector and therefore was able to provide clear, relevant and highly professional images that we feel work really well on the site”.
The launch of the new website comes in the same week that Ragged Edge has been short listed for ‘Small Business of the Year’ at the 2018 Northern Lincolnshire Business Awards. When asked about the nomination Atkin said, “We are really proud to have been selected by the judging panel. We have a small but dedicated team who work really hard to provide our valued clients with exceptional customer service and solutions that meet their business needs”. he said, “So it’s down to our staff and our customers that we’ve progressed this far and I’d be so pleased if we could win the award for them” he added.