connecting southern africa to the rest of the world
Namibia and Zambia border posts are automated using the Auto-mated System of Customs Documentation (ASYCUDA++) system.
Walvis Bay Corridor Group opens first branch office in Lusaka, Zambia.
After a trial period on the Trans-kalahari Corridor, the South African Revenue Services officially rolls out the SAD 500 to other corridors in southern africa.
The northern railway line reaches Ondangwa, where a container deport is constructed at the Nehale Station.
Construction of the northern railway line continues from Ondangwa for another 60 km to the Namibian border with Angola, at the Oshikango/Santa Clara border post, and is expected to be completed by mid-2008.
The World Food Progamme sends 8,050 tonnes of food to Zambia via the Trans-Caprivi Corridor.
Maersk provides a direct service from the far east to the Port of Walvis Bay.
Construction of the 40km Aus- Luderitz railway line commences, providing a rail link to the port of Luderitz, for the Trans-Oranje Corridor.
First export consignment of beans from Tanzania via Trans-Caprivi Corridor through the Port of Walvis Bay.
Trans-Caprivi Corridor carries consignment of vehicles from the Port of Walvis Bay to Malawi.
Namport installs closed-circuit television (CCTV) at the Port of Walvis Bay.