Our Members

Namibia Logistics Association (NLA):

The (NLA) represents the Namibian logistics industry, namely small and large companies operating in road transport, freight forwarding, courier services, and customs clearing. 



Walvis Bay Port Users’ Association (WBPUA):

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

Container Liners Operations Forum (CLOF):

Container Liners Operations Forum (CLOF) represents all Container Shipping Lines only calling and servicing Walvis Bay Port directly.



Namibia Transporters Association(NATA):

NATA is a collective of Namibian-based Small and Medium logistic service providers comprising of various transporters and freight forwarders.




Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI):

 The NCCI serves as the country’s business chamber and, therefore, serves a convenient central point of enquiry for any potential Corridor user who wishes to gain insight into Namibia’s business community.



TransNamib Holdings Ltd:

TransNamib is the only rail service provider in Namibia and specialises in the transportation of bulk and containerised freight, utilising a combination of rail and road transport to deliver its services.



Walvis Bay Municipality:

The Municipality 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.



Namibian Ports Authority (Namport):

Namport manages and promotes the Ports of Walvis Bay and Lüderitz as the preferred links for sea-borne trade with Namibia and the SADC countries.



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.



Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigrations, Department of Immigrations:

This department focuses on the activities and schedules of the immigration entry/exit points.



Ministry of Works and Transport, Department of Transport:

This department focuses on the maintenance of the existing road infrastructure to avoid detoriation, upgrading road links to neighbouring countries and further development of port infrastructure, amongst others.



Ministry of Finance, Department of Customs and Excise:

This Department deals with all Namibian customs and excise issues. Namibia is a member of the Southern African Customs Union (SACU), as are Botswana, Lesotho, South Africa and Swaziland.




Ministry of Trade and Industry, Namibia Investment Centre:

This 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. It offers a wide variety of services and investor incentives, and works closely with key ministries as well as service and regulatory bodies.



Associated Members


The Walvis Bay Corridor Group also welcomes other transport companies from the region and abroad to join its efforts through associated membership with the Group. Associated membership allows these transport companies to benefit from Group member rates applicable to the Walvis Bay Corridors, as well as from marketing and logistics enquiry services provided by the Group.

Associated Members:  Almar Container Group (Pty) Ltd;  Concargo Distribution (Pty) Ltd;  Vanguard Rigging (South Africa);  Africa Route Clearance (South Africa);  Frits Kroon Transport;  Prime Time Freight


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