Goldfield to leave post after 11 years at the port, Tim Waggott to be appointed acting CEO from June
Dover Harbour Board (DHB) has today announced that chief executive Bob Goldfield will stand down at the end of the month after over a decade in the role.
“For the past 11 years, I have had the honour to be the chief executive of the UK’s premier port and certainly one of the world’s busiest ports,” said Goldfield.
“Those 11 years have been, in turn, exciting, demanding and challenging”.
“I would like to thank all of my colleagues for their help and support over the years and to wish the Board and all of the Port of Dover staff every success in the future.”
Tim Waggott, the port’s chief operating officer, will be appointed acting CEO from the June 1st 2013.
Bob will carry out other duties for DHB in advance of his September departure.