Seven Seas Worldwide Make Waves with New Look

Ashford, Kent United Kingdom (PressExposure) October 03, 2011 -- Shipping and relocation company has staked its claim as one of the best in the world with the introduction of a revamped website and brand new features.

Seven Seas Worldwide revealed a new look last week to make it easier for customers to quote, book and pay online.

Director John Henderson explained the move. 'We felt the old site was stagnating a little,' he said. 'We wanted something bolder, more colourful, more welcoming. And I think we've done that. It looks great. It's a far more inviting and user-friendly site. We've already recorded a higher influx of enquiries and it's only been up a week!'

Seven Seas Worldwide certainly had a busy summer helping thousands of students in particular move to and from home between semesters. They hope to build on this success with a new website which offers features including an easier system for booking and paying online. Seven Seas Worldwide claims this 'will help take the stress out of moving'.

The launch of the new website this month coincides with further increases in baggage fees by various airlines around the world. Seven Seas Worldwide hopes to attract holidaymakers who are frustrated with paying inflated charges for excess baggage by keeping prices low and offering a user-friendly service on the new site. 'We know how stressful moving can be and we want to make the booking process as simple as possible; this is what our website will do,' said Mr. Henderson.

Seven Seas Worldwide has been moving personal belongings, corporate consignments and excess baggage all over the world, helping relocate millions of customers for nearly twenty years. They have also rolled out into other areas including long-term storage and a tax refunds service for expats returning home.

To find out more visit the new website at

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Michael Spicer, Seven Seas Worldwide.

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Press Release Submitted On: October 03, 2011 at 9:03 am
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