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+264 61 251 669

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2019

  • Over thirteen thousand tested in 2018
  • Namibia’s Road Network Increased
  • TransNamib and Botsrail sign collaborative agreement
  • Namibia Ranked as one of Africa’s top 10 Most Lucrative Countries for Investors
  • WBCG cross-border wellness initiatives thrive
  • Container Liners Operating Forum – nearing a decade of representing container shipping lines
  • WBCG and orange babies collaborate to provide HIV testing at Vyf rand
  • Namibian rail sees an up in freight volumes
  • Namibia launches first State of Logistics Report
  • TransNamib stimulates growth at Grootfontein
  • Tsumeb-Otavi railway line gets upgraded
  • Namibia’s Trade Facilitation Committee undergoes training
  • RFA hosts successful continental Road Maintenance Fund AGM
  • European business show keen interest in Zambian market
  • Customs reform to positively impact cross border trade
  • Four RORO vessels call at the Port of Walvis Bay in the month of May.
  • TransNamib revives Karibib Station
  • WBCG assists Namdeb with employee wellness campaign
  • Works and Transport Minister reaffirms support to WBCG
  • 10 720 metric tonnes of project cargo for Mohembo Bridge Botswana via the Port of Walvis Bay
  • Rail link planned for Namibia – Zambia corridor
  • WBCG Wellness Service joins campaign to combat HIV in adolescents
  • Zim now linked to sea through Walvis Bay
  • TransNamib assists to realise decentralised logistics centres
  • West African states study WBCG model
  • D&M Rail praises WBCG”s Wellness Services
  • Port of Walvis Bay Port inaugurates New Container Terminal
  • TransNamib moves first shipment of Northern Cape Manganese fro Ariamsvlei to Luderitz
  • Namibia pilots visa on arrival project
  • Namport records a 19 percent increase of TEU’s shipped in the month of September
  • New container terminal creates private sector opportunities
  • BHL assists to shorten the link between Walvis Bay and the Copperbelt
  • WBCG welcomes new chief executive officer
  • New Walvis Bay terminal records improved container handling
  • WBCG assists with emergency delivery of baby at Oshikango border
  • Botswana Dry Port expands its services
  • DP World and Namibia’s Nara Namib sign MoU on Walvis Bay Free Economic Zone for industry and logistics
  • Namibian Ports Authority marks 15 years of ISO Management systems accreditations
  • Namibia & Zambia officials visit Katima Mulilo and Wenela border posts
  • Indian High Commissioner pledges support to Namibia’s Logistics Hub
  • Delivery of steel rails for upgrading work on track
  • AUC handles FERI certificate for DRC in Namibia
  • NTA convenes industry meeting to identify scarce occupations