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Members


Container Liners Operations Forum (CLOF)
Shipping

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Container Liners Operations Forum (CLOF)


CLOF represents all Container Shipping Lines only calling and servicing the Walvis Bay port directly. CLOF has established itself into a regulatory body allowing clients to know how many containers they have at the port, where they are standing and what their status are. Their main aim is to enhance productivity, efficiency, to keep costs low and to create volumes for Namibia.

Shipping
Ministry of Finance, Department of Customs and Excise
Government

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Ministry of Finance, Department of Customs and Excise


The Department deals with all Namibian customs and excise matters and mainly encompasses the control of international movement of goods, people and conveyances. This requires the implementation of policies, regulations and procedures. Namibia is a member of the Southern African Customs Union (SACU), as are Botswana, Lesotho, South Africa and Swaziland. www.mof.gov.na

Government
www.mof.gov.na
Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigration: Department of Immigration
Government

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Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigration: Department of Immigration


The Department of Immigration focuses on the activities and schedules of immigration entry and exit points. This includes the facilitation of the movement of people in and out of the country, to process the documentation and issue visas, passports and permits, and to drive service delivery and support businesses.

Government
www.mha.gov.na
Ministry of Industrialisation, Trade and SME Development, Namibia Investment Centre
Government

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Ministry of Industrialisation, Trade and SME Development, Namibia Investment Centre


The Namibia Investment Centre is Namibia’s official investment promotion agency and first point of contact for investors. Its role is to attract, encourage and facilitate investment in Namibia. The NIC was established in 1990 and is operating within the framework of the Ministry of Trade and Industry. It offers a wide variety of services and special investor incentives, and works closely with key ministries as well as service and regulatory bodies. The NIC has investment promotion representatives in strategic locations in countries such as Germany, India, South Africa, France and the USA.

Government
+264 61 283 7335
nic@mti.gov.na
www.mti.gov.na
Ministry of Works and Transport, Department of Transport
Government

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Ministry of Works and Transport, Department of Transport


The Ministry of Works and Transport’s mandate is to develop sectoral policy and regulation, and to ensure infrastructure development and maintenance on transport and state asset management. The Department of Transport is responsible for transport in the different modes, namely road, rail, air and sea. Its mission is to ensure the provision of safe and efficient transport services and infrastructure in the country in balance with demand in the different modes. The Transport department responsibilities are to avoid deterioration, upgrading road links to neighbouring countries and further development of port infrastructure, amongst others. www.mwt.gov.na

Government
www.mwtc.org.na
Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI)

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Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI)


The NCCI serves as the country’s business chamber and, therefore, serves as a convenient central point of enquiry for any potential Corridor user who wishes to gain insight into Namibia’s business community. The NCCI is promoting prosperity for all Namibians by ensuring balanced private sector growth, enterprise development and global competitiveness. The target beneficiaries are chamber members, small and large businesses, export promotion companies, potential exporters, SMEs and small business people. www.ncci.org.na

Namibia Transporters Association(NATA):

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Namibia Transporters Association(NATA):


NATA is a collective of Namibian-based small and medium logistics service providers comprising of various transporters and freight forwarders. NATA is a business association of road transporters whose broad objective is to provide a common voice to articulate business constraints facing its members, while also contributing towards the realisation of a safe, reliable, efficient, professional and environmentally friendly road freight industry in Namibia.

Namibian Ports Authority (Namport)

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Namibian Ports Authority (Namport)


Namport, operating as the National Port Authority in Namibia, manages and promotes the Ports of Walvis Bay and Lüderitz as the preferred links for sea-borne trade with Namibia and SADC countries. The key roles of Namport is to manage the port facilities to cater for current trade needs and to develop the ports for future demands. In Addition, the efficient, reliable and cost-effective supply of port services contributes to the competitiveness of the SADC region’s trade. Namibian Ports Authority facilitate economic growth in Namibia by enabling regional development and cross-border trade.

Road Fund Administration

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Road Fund Administration


The Road Fund Administration (RFA) was established through an Act of Parliament; the Road Fund Administration Act, (Act 18 of 1999), (Government Gazette Number 2217 of 1999), to manage the Namibian Road User Charging System (RUCS) and the Road Fund. The RFA’s main objective is to manage the RUCS in such a manner as to secure and allocate sufficient funding for the payment of expenditure as contemplated in Section 17(1) of the RFA Act, with the view to achieve a safe and economically efficient road network in Namibia.

Roads Authority

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Roads Authority


Roads Authority focuses on managing the national road network and on improving the standard of Namibian roads with a view to a safe and efficient road sector. Namibia’s road network has been ranked among the safest, most efficient and sustainable, and is the envy of many countries. The growth of the road infrastructure and the expansion of the road network have contributed immensely to the economic development of Namibia and the SADC sub-region as a whole.

TransNamib Holdings Ltd
Transport

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TransNamib Holdings Ltd


TransNamib is the national transport logistics provider in Namibia and specialises in bulk freight and containerised cargo, utilising a combination of rail and road transport. The company introduced transformation initiatives to improve operational efficiency and effectiveness to provide rail and transport solutions that meet customer demands and expectations. In doing so, TransNamib creates substantial costs savings for consumers and end-users, with direct result on the costs of everyday goods displayed on supermarket shelves. Overall, TransNamib’s efforts illuminate why rail transportation is safe, defies congestion and copes with mobility. Rail is environmentally friendly, an undeniable relief to the road with macro-economic advantages for society and it enhances sustainable integration for transport. www.transnamib.com.na

Walvis Bay Municipality
Government

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Walvis Bay Municipality


The Municipality of Walvis Bay represents the social and economic interests of the town of Walvis Bay, which is a tax haven for manufacturers, importers and exporters as it harbours both the Port of Walvis Bay and an Export Processing Zone. The Municipality is committed to providing quality and continuous basic services to all the residents and businesses of Walvis Bay. With its strategic location, Walvis Bay is also a growth hub with great potential for expansion and investments.

Government
00264 64 201 3111
www.walvisbaycc.org.na
Walvis Bay Port Users’ Association (WBPUA)
Government

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Walvis Bay Port Users’ Association (WBPUA)


The WBPUA represents all entities associated with cargo, freight and shipping activities in the Port of Walvis Bay.

Government