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WBCG resumes with aggressive Stakeholder Engagements

Posted: 22 Nov 2021

During the past four months, WBCG has been hard at work engaging various stakeholders, particularity in the context of face-to-face networking which is the very nature of our business. Thus far, our intensive stakeholder engagements are yielding positive results, as they help to translate their needs into WBCG’s strategic initiatives and activities.

Tapping into our strength as a Public Private Partnership (PPP), we are also able to eliminate bottlenecks on the routes, to reduce transit time on the corridors thereby enabling a smoother flow of cargo. However, we are still engaging the relevant authorities to achieve the goal of harmonised systems and procedures on our corridors.

It is apparent now that our efforts are paying off, as businesses are gaining faith and confidence in the Walvis Bay Corridors, as the safest and most secure route in Southern Africa. This highlights our competitiveness, and it is something we pride ourselves with, as trucks move with minimal or no incidences.

Last month we successfully concluded a Trade Mission to Zimbabwe including Business to Business (B2B) meetings and Information sharing Sessions in Harare and Bulawayo. In addition, we had successful engagements at the borders along the Walvis Bay Corridors; the Thank a Trucker Campaign roadshow in Gobabis, Walvis Bay, Oshikango and Keetmanshoop; as well as the Logistics Hub Forums in Walvis Bay and Keetmanshoop. We are currently undertaking a Business Development and Trade Facilitation mission to Zambia and DRC to engage stakeholders from these markets, whereafter we will be hosting a business delegation from Zimbabwe in Namibia.

Through our strategic partnerships, engagements and activities, we remain committed to deliver high quality service to all our stakeholder and the Namibian nation at large as we continuously adapt to a changing environment, to ensure that we build a cohesive vision for the future.

Yours in Trade Facilitation, Transportation and Logistics,

Mbahupu H. Tjivikua