ESS Rebranded essDOCS

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Monday, February 03, 2014

ESS has announced  its rebrand to essDOCS, a new identity that balances it’s electronic shipping solutions service with the requirements of a cutting edge and future-proof brand.


 
The operational rebranding process is already underway with an associated new look  brand identity, including a new logo and associated marketing assets already implemented across the board.


 
Alexander Goulandris, CEO of essDOCS, said, “We are delighted to announce our new company name and brand identity, which is an important milestone in our company’s evolution. Every aspect of this fresh identity fits perfectly with the innovative, industry-led shipping, trade and finance solution that we are known for.  As we continue to invest in a dynamic and sustainable future for our business, we are confident that the new harmonized branding will resonate well with existing and future customers, who as always are our highest priority. “
 

 

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