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30.10.2017

LOGISTICS AND THE QUAYSIDE DREAM: TRANSPORT AND JOBS

With a focus on employment creation, economic and infrastructural development, and increased income equality, the WBCG’s Logistics Hub Department remains devoted to the dream: Namibia as Africa’s best logistics centre! Since its...


23.10.2017

WBCG TALKS INTRA-AFRICA TRADE IN ADDIS

Chairing the session on draft strategy for tracking progress on Boosting Intra Africa Trade (BIAT), Walvis Bay Corridor Group (WBCG) CEO, Johny Smith echoed the significance of communities initiated to perpetuate economic...


16.10.2017

WALVIS BAY HARBOUR RECEIVES 1 000 TONNES OF AMMONIUM NITRATE FOR HUSAB MINE

The Port of Walvis Bay recently achieved another milestone. The Port can now handle volatile chemical substances in large volumes. A consignment of one thousand tonnes of ammonium nitrate, destined for Swakop Uranium’s Husab Mine...


09.10.2017

WBCG LOGISTICS MANAGER APPOINTED TO ROADS AUTHORITY BOARD

The Roads Authority (RA), whose statutory objective it is to manage Namibia’s national road network, recently appointed new Board Members. We are pleased to announce that the Walvis Bay Corridor Group’s Logistics Hub Manager Mr....


02.10.2017

Bulk salt exported through the Port of Walvis Bay

The Namibian Ports Authority (Namport) handled about 25,000 tonnes of bulk salt destined for the United States of America. The operational method that was used to load the salt into the vessel makes it the first of its kind for...


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