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25.09.2017

PAN-AFRICAN PARLIAMENT SEEKS WBCG PERSPECTIVE

With an insight on smart corridors and a mandate focused on the need for development corridors as the basis of trade facilitation, the Walvis Bay Corridor Group (WBCG) recently presented at a workshop focusing on Africa’s...


25.09.2017

AFRICAN PORTS DEFINE DEVELOPMENT ROADMAP FOR 2018 AND BEYOND

Over 20 African ports authorities, terminal operators and Ministries of Transport convene in Durban, South Africa this October for strategic think-tank discussions around port optimisation and modernisation across the...


18.09.2017

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...


12.09.2017

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....


15.08.2017

AFREXIMBANK Shareholders meeting strategises on Intra-African Trade

The CEO of WBCG was invited by H.E. Dr Benedict Oramah, the President of the African Export-import Bank (Afreximbank), to participate in the Bank’s 24thAnnual General Meeting of Shareholders holding in Kigali, Rwanda,...


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