ECORRIDOR AUGUST 2017

IN THIS ISSUE

  • WBCG Logistics Manager appointed to Roads Authority Board
  • Bulk Salt exported through the Port of Walvis Bay
  • Rail - Africa's Hope to better Regional Inter-Connectivity
  • Walvis Bay Harbour receives 1 000 tonnes of Ammonium Nitrate for Husab Mine
  • Windhoek - Lagos - Accra Route now Reality
  • Pan African Parliament seek WBCG Perspective

Online: e-Corridor: August 2017

 

 

ECORRIDOR JULY 2017

IN THIS ISSUE

  • AFREXIMBANK shareholders meeting strategises on Intra-African Trade
  • Walvis Bay handles more copper from DRC
  • Men encouraged to be more 'Health Conscious'
  • Zambian traders sensitised on the Namibian Gateway
  • Trade Ministry's Petrina Nakale speaks on 'Transport Corridors for Economic Development'
  • WBCG clinic helps deliver baby

Online: e-Corridor: July 2017

 

 

ECORRIDOR JUNE 2017

IN THIS ISSUE

  • WBCG elated by One-Stop Border Post Pass
  • WBCG promoted at Roads and Corridor Conference in Kenya
  • African Governments Working Hard to Promote Inter-Connectivity
  • SFH, committed to Namibia's Health

Online: e-Corridor: June 2017

 

 

ECORRIDOR MAY 2017

IN THIS ISSUE

  • WBCG Chairman and CEO to serve as National Planning Commissioners
  • NamBizOne - Your Gateway to doing Business In Namibia
  • WBCG Invested in Capacity Building for Logistics Industry
  • WBCG Engages International Transport Sector in Munich
  • WBCG Helps Health Ministry Care for its Employees
  • Zambia's Dry Port - Zambia's Gateway to the Global Market

Online: e-Corridor: May 2017

 

 

ECORRIDOR APRIL 2017

IN THIS ISSUE

  • WBCG Welcomes new Board Members
  • WBCG Exhibits at South American Intermodal
  • Safety on Namibian Roads a Priority for WBCG
  • Safety and Security - Namport's Backbone
  • Logistics Education for Successful Enterprise
  • Ms Susan Beukes on Joining the WBCG Board

Online: e-Corridor: April 2017

 

 

ECORRIDOR MARCH 2017

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Director of Transport shares impact of new MoWT Financial Budget on MoWT Initiatives 
  • Industry Happenings - WPUA appoints Mr Riaan Lottering as new Chairperson
  • WBCG welcomes new Business Development Manager for the Zambian Market
  • WBCG Wellness Service Receives new Roadside Clinics

Online: e-Corridor: March 2017

 

 

ECORRIDOR FEBRUARY 2017

IN THIS ISSUE

  • African Corridor Alliance Established to Stimulate Economic Development
  • WBCG Wellness Clinics now offer Free Anti-Retroviral Treatment
  • African Trade Policy Centre Backs Economic Corridor Development
  • Afreximbank on the Other Side of WBCG's Latest Partnership

Online: e-Corridor: February 2017

 

 

ECORRIDOR JANUARY 2017

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Rail Industry in Namibia Progresses
  • MoveAfrica - Tackling Africa's Transboundary Transport
  • Namibia's Roads Upgraded in Preparation for Cargo Volume Increase
  • DRC - A Market Ripe with Investment Opportunities
  • Namport's Commitment Remains Steadfast

Online: e-Corridor: January 2017

 

 

ECORRIDOR DECEMBER 2016

IN THIS ISSUE

  • 2016 Round Up from WBCG CEO
  • WBCG Wellness Concludes Year on High Note
  • The Logistics Hub Soon to Soar
  • Spatial Development on Corridor Continues
  • Walvis Bay Ndola-Lubumbashi-Development Corridor (WBNLDC)
  • Brazil
  • South Africa
  • Zambia
  • Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)
  • TKCS

Online: e-Corridor: December 2016

 

 

ECORRIDOR NOVEMBER 2016

IN THIS ISSUE

  • WBCG and Health Ministry align resources to reach vulnerable populations
  • WBCG, together with German cooperation, work to improve logistics in Namibia
  • WBCG Wellness preferred testing clinic at National AIDS Conference
  • Walvis Bay presented as alternative trade route at SA Transport Week
  • WBCG explore pre exposure alternatives for HIV
  • The Deutsche Gessellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)
  • New MD for CMA CGM Namibia

Online: e-Corridor: November 2016

 

 

eCorridor October 2016

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Large truck consignment headed for Lubumbashi
  • Invest Namibia Conference slotted for 8-9 November
  • India-Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry planned
  • Maersk Namibia welcomes new MD
  • Walvis Bay Corridors to present at East Coast Summit

Online: e-Corridor: October 2016

 

 

ECORRIDOR SEPTEMBER EDITION

IN THIS ISSUE

  • International AID Conference impressed by WBCG's Wellness Model
  • WBCG and NTF highlight Mercosur Preferential Trade Agreement
  • Namibia hosts Western Corridors Cluster Meeting
  • Namibian Logistics Park under construction in Lubumbashi
  • Who are our members?

Online: e-Corridor: September 2016  

 

ECORRIDOR AUGUST EDITION

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Hard work required to turn Namibia into a Logistics Nation says Transport Minister
  • Trade and Logistics go hand-in-hand says Minister of Trade
  • WBCG and Finnish Embassy: A Partnership Solidified
  • Logistics Hub:The Answer to Supply Chain Irregularities 
  • Upgrades to Zambia's Western Corridor Commences
  • Wellness for your employees: WBCG shows you how
  • Wellness assists in Malaria elimination
  • Getting to know our Members: CLOF

Online: e-Corridor: August 2016  

 

 

ECORRIDOR - JULY EDITION

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Walvis Bay becoming the preferred route for Zambians. 
  • Wellness to assist with First Cross Border Clinic.
  • Ministry congratulates Johny Smith on his award.
  • Heavy Motor Vehicles; Namibia's competitive edge?
  • Zambia: did you know?
  • Getting to know our Corridor Users.

Online: e-Corridor: July 2016  

 

ECORRIDOR - JUNE 2016

IN THIS ISSUE

  • WBCG's Johny Smith named Africa's Transport Leader of the Year.
  • Namibia's commitment to Infrastructure Development highlighted in Gauteng.
  • Wellness testing in Omusati reaches record breaking numbers.
  • Smartphone App for safer Walvis Bay Corridors explored.
  • Walvis Bay New Container Terminal to be ready by 2018.
  • Chatting to the Chairman of the board: Bisey Uirab.

Online: e-Corridor: June 2016  

 

ECORRIDOR - APRIL/MAY 2016

IN THIS ISSUE

  • WBNLDC Member States sign agreement.
  • WBCG strengthens partnership with FCFASA.
  • The WBCG enriches its partnership with USAID on Wellness.
  • Logistics impacts future of Walvis Bay.
  • Board Profile: Jack Dempsey.

Online: e-Corridor: April/May 2016  

 

eCorridor - March 2016

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Walvis Bay promoted as smart gateway into SADC at Brazilian Afro Fair.
  • Swakopmund Business community captivated by the Logistics Hub vision.
  • Industry impressed by Government's commitment to rail development.
  • WBCG readies industry for Namibian Logistics Hub.
  • Board Profile: Permanent Secretary of Works and Transport, Mr Willem Goeiemann.

Online: e-Corridor: March 2016

 

eCorridor - February 2016

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Development finance discussed at 6th Logistics Hub Forum
  • Finnish Embassy and NUST launch NAMHUB
  • Namport upgrades railway infrastructure in the Port of Walvis Bay
  • Wellness Service urges students to get tested at Valentine's Day campaign

Online: e-Corridor: February 2016

  

  

eCorridor - January 2016

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Agreement opens up opportunities for trade between Namibia and Brazil
  • WBCG promotes Namibia at CSCMP Roundtable meeting
  • Senior officials and Ministers to meet to discuss solutions for WBNLDC challenges
  • Wellness Service to focus on regional HIV/AIDS response in 2016

Online: e-Corridor: January 2016

 

eCorridor - December 2015

IN THIS ISSUE

  • 2015 farewell message from the CEO
  • Namibia shines as an investment destination at Botswana Global Expo
  • Rail discussed as an integral element of our logistics hub vision
  • WBCG Wellness Service screens over 500 in World Aids Day campaign

Online: e-Corridor: December 2015

 

eCorridor - November 2015

 IN THIS ISSUE

  • Walvis Bay is the alternative international trade route for Botswana
  • WBNLDC member states to sign road transport agreement in 2016
  • Exploring Walvis Bay for international trade
  • Namibia, the land of beautiful opportunities

Online: e-Corridor: November 2015

 

eCorridor - October 2015

IN THIS ISSUE

  • WBCG promotes Walvis Bay at the Port International Conference in the Netherlands
  • NGCL successfully hosts 7th Annual Logistics Workshop
  • Brazil takes keen interest in developing Walvis Bay trade route
  • WBCG Wellness Services grows from strength to strength

Online: e-Corridor: October 2015

 

 IN THIS ISSUE

  • WBCG promotes Walvis Bay at 2015 African Copper Conference
  • Japanese Government pledges more support to Namibia
  • Rail linking WBNLDC member states to be constructed
  • The role of the WBCG towards capacity building within the sector

Online: e-Corridor: September 2015

 

 

 IN THIS ISSUE

  • WBCG celebrates 15 years in logistics
  • WBCG hosts 2nd Logistics Hub Forum
  • Mission to Namibia - a Botswana perspective
  • WBCG to present at 13th Intermodal Africa 2015

Online: e-Corridor: August 2015

 

IN THIS ISSUE

  • WBCG to facilitate training for Namibian Freight Forwarders
  • Namibia to reap benefits of liberalized African air markets - IATA
  • WBNLDC members to sign trilateral road transport agreement
  • WBCG reaches more key populations with Wellness Services

Online: e-Corridor: July 2015

 

IN THIS ISSUE

  • The WBCG's role in the SADC Industrialisation Strategy and Roadmap
  • Namibia as the Singapore of Southern Africa - an analysis
  • Phase 2 of HIV and Wellness Cross Border Initiative to continue
  • WBCG represents at the Katanga Business Meeting

Online: e-Corridor: June 2015

 

IN THIS ISSUE

  • WBCG signs membership agreement with SASTALC
  • Stakeholders assess TKC road network
  • Namibia & SA discuss collaborating on cross border chains
  • WBCG Oshikango Wellness Centre receives authorization certificate

Online: e-Corridor: May 2015

 

IN THIS ISSUE

  • WBCG Showcase Walvis Bay as alternative corridor for Brazil
  • Experts meet to address bottlenecks along WBNLDC
  • Aus-Luderitz railway line completed
  • WBCG first to take moonlight testing to Karas region

Online: eCorridor April 2015

 

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Stakeholders meet to finalize logistics master plan
  • First shipment handled by Botswana Dry Port
  • WBCG reaches more people through Wellness Programme

Online: e-Corridor:January-February 2015

 

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Forum launched to aid Namibia's Logisitics Hub aspiration
  • WBCG discusses Public-Private Partnership model in Botswana
  • Wellness Service showcases first Health PPP conference

PDF - e-Corridor: November - December 2014

Online: e-Corridor: November - December 2014 

 

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Johny named Africa's Logistics CEO of the year
  • Finnish Embassy recommits to SME capacity building programme
  • Stakeholders discuss Logistics Hub vision
  • Wellness acquires two new clinics

July-October 2014

IN THIS ISSUE:

  • N$ 3 Billion Walvis Bay port expansion project signed
  • Strengthening ties between Brazil and Walvis Bay through trade
  • Increasing awareness in Botswana
  • High-level Visit of the GIZ delegation to the WBCG

November- December 2013

IN THIS ISSUE:

  • Trade route between Walvis bay, DRC and Zambia to become even shorter.
  • The WBCG Wins Silver at the Logistics Achiever Awards
  • SME Training Initiative proved to be fruitful

September-October 2013

IN THIS ISSUE:

  • Strengthening Trade between Zambia and WBCG
  • What's next for the WBCG
  • Government urged to prioritise Infrastructure Development
  • WBCG Wellness reaching Truckers through Moonlight Testing

July-August 2013

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Namibia becomes a Logistics Hub
  • SME Transporters enhance skills in Logistics
  • Strengthening two way trade between the Netherlands and Southern Africa through the port of Walvis Bay
  • Vehicle imports for Zimbabwe via Walvis Bay generates more than P35 million for Botswana's economy in 2012

May- June 2013


IN THIS ISSUE:

  • Significant growth for the Walvis Bay Corridors
  • The DRC shows increased business confidence in Walvis Bay
  • Vehicle imports via Walvis Bay generates more than N$150 million for Namibia
  • Namibia to become the entry point for Brazil to Southern Africa

January-February 2013

 

 

IN THIS ISSUE:

  • Walvis Bay Corridor opens office in Lubumbashi, DRC
  • Africa Corridor Management Alliance sets off to boost in trade
  • WBCG Expands Globally with the Launch of the Sao Paulo Office
  • Connecting Bangkok to the Walvis Bay Corridors

September-December 2012

 

 

 

 

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Connecting Brazil to the Walvis Bay Corridors
  • Namport sets record  in TUE'S
  • Reducing bottlenecks along the Walvis-Bay- Ndola- Lubumbashi- Development Corridor      

July- August 2012


 

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Botswana trade volumes via the Walvis Bay reach highest monthly record yet
  • Vehicles volumes through the Port of Walvis Bay rises to record level
  • WBCG unlocking opportunities for Zimbabwe
  • WBCG Wellness screening campaign kicks off in the Erongo Region

July-0ctober 2011


 

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Container Terminal Management System launched
  • Zimbabwe developing the Western Corridor to and from Walvis Bay
  • TransNamib invest in railway rehabilitation along TKC

January- February 2011

IN THIS ISSUE

  • TransNamib locomotives to be refurbished
  • Mapping the way to success for the next five years
  • Creating capacity at the port of Walvis Bay
  • NMT Agencies increases its services from Europe to Walvis Bay

September - December 2010

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Largest consignment of trucks at the Port of Walvis Bay
  • Botswana and Namibia join hands to secure the Trans Kalahari Corridor
  • Reinforcing the WBCG footprint in Zambia

July - August 2010

 

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Walvis Bay Corridor Group Celebrates Ten Years
  • WBCG promotes the Walvis Bay Corridors in Finland
  • Trimming Down bottlenecks along the trade route

March - June 2010

 

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Chief Executive Officer Report 2008/09
  • Walvis Bay Corridor Group and the Embassy of Finland Join Hands
  • The Port of Walvis Bay Signs Agreement to Purchase Rubber Gantry Tyres

January - February 2010

 

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Chairman's Report 2008/09
  • Another Milestone for the Port of Walvis Bay
  • Truckers to Drive Message Safe all the way

September - December 2009

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Increased Business Confidence attracts new container line to the Port of Walvis Bay
  • The Walvis Bay-Ndola-Lubumbashi Corridor on the Rise
  • Increased Cargo Volumes attract International Logistics Service Providers

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IN THIS ISSUE

  • Walvis Bay Corridor Routes Reaching Highest Volumes Yet
  • 3 Days Transit Time to Zambia through the Port of Walvis Bay
  • Zambia & DRC Copper Exports find a new route to export markets
  • New Direct Import Service from the Middle East to Walvis Bay
  • Mitsui Osk Lines (MOL) now calling at the Port of Walvis Bay as a Direct Service

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IN THIS ISSUE

  • Business Development Executive Review for 2008
  • Luxury Vehicle utilises the Trans Cunene Corridor
  • Kasumbalesa Border Post to have modern infrastructure

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IN THIS ISSUE

  • Chairman's Report
  • Abnormal Cargo on the Trans Kalahari Corridor via the Port of Walvis Bay
  • A world leader in container shipping calls at the port of Walvis Bay
  • Axle load limits harmonized between Namibia and Zambia

Download November-December 2008 Issue

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Trans-Caprivi Corridor carries the most complex consignment
  • WBCG opens office in Gauteng
  • Namport acquires a fourth mobile harbour crane
  • The Walvis Bay-Ndola-Lubumbashi Corridor is Re-born

Download the September-October 2008 Issue 

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Trans-Caprivi Corridor carries the biggest consignment

  • Feasability study launched for One-Stop Border Post

  • RO-RO (Vehicle) Vessel arrives in Walvis Bay

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IN THIS ISSUE

  • Trans Kalahari Corridor harmonises axle load limits
  • Swedish companies show interest in theWalvis Bay Corridor Opportunity

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IN THIS ISSUE

  • Namport to become bigger and better
  • Trans Caprivi Corridor on the rise
  • New Direct Service

Download the March-April 2008 Issue

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Chairman’s Report 2007
  • Botswana and South Africa extend border hours on the Trans Kalahari Corridor
  • RA to upgrade road infrastructure along the Trans Kalahari Corridor

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IN THIS ISSUE

  • The Trans-Caprivi Corridor carries its largest consignment yet in express time to Zambia
  • WBCG launches the Road Safety Security Programme along Walvis Bay Corridors

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IN THIS ISSUE

  • Walvis Bay provides 19 days service between Europe and Botswana
  • The Walvis Bay Corridor Group Marks their presence in Gaborone, Botswana

Download the November-December 2007 Issue