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16.05.2018

NAMIBIA, ZAMBIA AND DRC MEET TO ADDRESS CORRIDOR CHALLENGES

Harmonised road transport policies, laws, regulations and standards for efficient cross border road transport remains a key priority to the Walvis Bay-Ndola-Lubumbashi Development Corridor’s Management Committee (WBNLDCMC). Hence...


07.05.2018

FIRST NAMIBIAN MINED LITHIUM READIED FOR EXPORT

As the first shipment of 30 000 tonnes of lithium ore concentrate is prepared for export from the Port of Walvis Bay destined for China, Namibia is proud to have established itself as a significant producer of lithium concentrate...


30.04.2018

DEVELOPMENT FINANCE SUPPORTS TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS STRATEGY

As growth resumes in Namibia and with its trade partners, the Namibian transport and logistics sector will become a greater source of economic activity for the country, said Development Bank of Namibia (DBN) Senior Manager:...


23.04.2018

FRENCH AUTO GIANT TO SET UP ASSEMBLY PLANT IN WALVIS BAY

French car manufacturer, Groupe PSA announced earlier this month that it would start assembling Peugeot and Opel brands in Walvis Bay in the second half of 2018. Under an investment agreement with the Namibian Government,...


16.04.2018

MAKING CONNECTIONS AT THE SOUTH AMERICAN INTERMODAL – A GREAT PLATFORM FOR ENGAGING 

The Walvis Bay Corridor Group (WBCG), together with Namport, recently exhibited at the 24th South American Intermodal in Sao Paulo, Brazil. This Intermodal is an international trade fair for freight transport, logistics and...


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