Littlehampton has a large, and diverse portfolio of businesses. From small-scale manufacturing, to marine related industries—Littlehampton has a great business culture, and support that encourages entrepreneurship and new start-ups. It is home both to large multinational organisations and long-standing, truly unique and highly-skilled family-run enterprises. The leisure, hospitality, and tourism sectors come alive in the summer with thousands of visitors, daily.
The digital and online retail giant, Amazon, base their Brighton warehouse in Littlehampton due to its strategic location and great road network.
Finecast is a pioneer in the development, engineering and manufacture of high integrity, complex castings. They employ over 80 people, and have been in trading since 2002.
Award winning specialists in architectural and structural metalwork. Every year the Goodwood Estate commissions them to create a unique design-piece for their grounds.
One of London’s largest specialist seafood suppliers. Their depot and on-site shop is situated in Littlehampton; receiving fresh fish deliveries from the local fishing fleet.
Dutton Card Ltd. have been manufacturing amphibious cars since 1989. They remain the oldest car company in the world to still be wholly owned by its founder.
RNLI Lifeboat Station
The modern station was established in 1967, being the home to successive lifeboats named Blue Peter 1 for 49 years, funded by viewers of the children's BBC television programme.
Location of The Body Shop's headquarters, and hometown of its founder, Anita Roddick. Their first store opened in 1976 having since become a brand recognised worldwide.
Property builders, Hargreaves, have been in construction since 1965. They hold a mixed portfolio of commercial property and over 100 self-managed residential units to let.
One of the world's largest paper and packaging companies with US$15 billion in annual revenue and 42,000 employees in 30 countries.