Aqaba Container Terminal (ACT), the world’s gateway to Jordan and beyond, recently launched its revamped bilingual website https://www.act.com.jo.
Boasting attributes of elegant design and user friendliness, the company’s updated website was developed in collaboration with dot.jo; the leading Jordanian company specialized in providing web development, networking, and online-based enterprise marketing solutions. Its features are set according to international standards of excellence, offering users the highest levels of information security and content interactivity in one.
ACT’s Communications and Public Relations Manager Ihab Al Rawashdeh stated that the new website serves as an information resource for existing investors, potential investors, local citizens, and clients. It is also an affective news source informing its visitors of the company’s latest developments.
He further added that the new website was designed and launched as a direct result of the increasing traffic it had seen in its previous edition, thus serving as an integral fixture in the company’s plans to develop all its business communication channels.
It also offers a virtual tour of the terminal section along with a comprehensive map. Its signature “Online Gate Passes” section also grants users the chance to complete all safety and security procedures regarding their terminal entry online, after viewing an informative video. Last but not least, the website also boasts a search engine, a photo and multimedia gallery, and a careers’ section as well.
From his end, ACT’s IT Manager Munther Dweik, affirmed that the new website is both interactive and user-friendly. It ensures an easy browsing experience for its visitors. More specifically the website boasts an informative “About Us” section, a “News” section, a section for users to monitor container traffic, a “Customer Service” section, with many other features that is supported with high level of security during browsing.
It is worth noting that ACT continuously strives to enhance the levels of service it provides for customers. To this effect, it had just recently completed the first part of its Berth Expansion project’s second phase, with the delivery of 200 meters of the expanded quay length alongside the expansion of the terminal’s equipment inventory.