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P.O. Box 25220, Windhoek, Namibia

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  • Botswana and South Africa extend border operating hours on the Trans-Kalahari corridor.
  • Namibia Roads Authority invests in the upgrading of the road infrastructure along the Trans-Kalahari Corridor(TKC).
  • The Port of Walvis Bay announces their plans to expand the port and to develop a new container terminal.
  • New direct service between Canada, USA and Walvis Bay.
  • Trans-Kalahari Corridor begins about harmonisation in axle load limits.
  • Feasibility study launched for the One Stop Border Post on the Trans-Kalahari Corridor.
  • The Trans-Caprivi Corridor Carries the heaviest consignment consisting of 8 abnormal loads plus 15 x 40′ containers through the Port of Walvis Bay to Ndola, Zambia.
  • The Trans-Caprivi Corridor carries the most complex consignment yet consisting of 3600  tonnes of ammonium nitrate through the Port of Walvis Bay from Russia to Zambia.
  • First copper export from Copperbelt shipped via the Port of Walvis Bay.
  • WBCG together with Swedish Trade Council arrange a fact finding mision to Sweden to promote the Port of Walvis Bay and WBCG in Sweden.
  • Walvis Bay Corridor Group Lauches Office in Gauteng.
  • Axle load limits harminised between Namibia and Zambia.
  • Launched the first ever publication of the WBCG, namely, the “Guide to the Walvis Bay Corridors”.
  • The Walvis Bay Road side wellness centre is officially opened.