Infrastructure

Hupstoot vir Shack Dwellers

16 hours ago | Infrastructure

Walvisbaai • [email protected] Die Walvis Bay Shack Dwellers het N$1 miljoen van die Erongo-streeksraad deur middel van die kiesafdeling-ontwikkelingsfonds (CDF) ontvang.Die groep van 4 364 lede, gevestig in Kuisebmond en Narraville, is slegs...

Development for Arandis

1 day - 11 November 2019 | Infrastructure

Arandis · [email protected] The Arandis logistics hub, truck port and prepaid water meter projects were launched by the governor of the Erongo region Cleophas Mutjavikua on Friday.The project, which belongs to Arandis B2 Truck...

Namdock secures Angolan Navy maintenance contract

3 days ago - 09 November 2019 | Infrastructure

Namdock announced yesterday that it had concluded a contract to maintain and repair the vessels of the Marinha de Guerra Angolana (MGA), the Angolan Navy. According to Namdock’s Commercial and Operations Manager, Willie Esterhuyse,...

Reviewing public transport laws

5 days ago - 07 November 2019 | Infrastructure

Swakopmund • [email protected] A consultative meeting hosted by the Erongo regional council and the Ministry of Works and Transport on the public passenger road transport bill, brought stakeholders together in Swakopmund.According to the...

Rail freight volumes on the up

1 week ago - 05 November 2019 | Infrastructure

TransNamib has recorded growth of eight percent in freight volumes and seven percent in revenue between February 2018 and February 2019. The company's chief executive officer, Johny Smith, told the Walvis Bay Corridor Group's (WBCG)...

MS Bremen calls at Walvis Bay port

1 week ago - 05 November 2019 | Infrastructure

Walvis Bay • Leandrea Louw The MS Bremen, known for its expedition cruises to Antarctica, was the second ship to make use of the...

MS Boudicca becomes first cruise liner to dock at...

2 weeks ago - 29 October 2019 | Infrastructure

Walvis Bay • Leandrea Louw The cruise liner MS Boudicca made history when it became the first ship to make use of the...

Namport assists in marble block exports

3 weeks ago - 22 October 2019 | Infrastructure

Around 275 blocks of marble weighing about 4000 metric tonnes will be shipped from the Port of Walvis Bay to Marina di Carrara in Italy...

Waterfront, marina development in full swing

3 weeks ago - 22 October 2019 | Infrastructure

The development of a waterfront and marina was identified as a project through which Namport wants to better combine seaport activities with recreational and tourism...

MS Albatros to call at Walvis Bay

3 weeks ago - 16 October 2019 | Infrastructure

As the year draws to a close, some holiday makers from across the globe are already enjoying some much needed time off.Over the next three...

New terminal records improved container handling

4 weeks ago - 15 October 2019 | Infrastructure

Walvis Bay • ContributedThe terminal division deployed at the new container terminal efficiently managed to record 27 moves per hour for the vessel...

BHL shortens road link between Walvis Bay and the...

4 weeks ago - 15 October 2019 | Infrastructure

Walvis Bay • ContributedBuks Haulage Limited (BHL) has recently upgraded a 221km stretch of gravel road between Kaoma and Kasempa in Zambia to contribute to...

Infrastructure

Crane operators graduate

1 month - 08 October 2019 | Infrastructure

Thirty-two Namibian Ports Authority (Namport) Walvis Bay employees were trained to operate the four new Ship to Shore (STS) Cranes. These cranes were acquired by...

Botswana Dry Port expands its...

1 month - 08 October 2019 | Infrastructure

The Botswana Dry Port, managed by Sea Rail Botswana, is undergoing a facelift at its premises at the Port of Walvis Bay. The dry...

Namport honours its long serving...

1 month - 08 October 2019 | Infrastructure

The Namibian Port's Authority (Namport) rolled out the red carpet to honour all long serving employees at the Annual Long Service Awards Cere­mony. A total...

Crane operators graduate

1 month - 07 October 2019 | Infrastructure

Walvis Bay • Leandrea Louw Thirty-two employees of the Namibian Ports Authority (Namport) in Walvis Bay were trained to operate four new Ship-to-Shore...

New container terminal frees up...

1 month - 24 September 2019 | Infrastructure

Walvis Bay's new container terminal with a capacity of at least 750 000 TEUs per annum went online on 24 August and provides ample space...

All Namport STS cranes simultaneously...

1 month - 19 September 2019 | Infrastructure

Walvis Bay The four brand new Ship-to-Shore (STS) cranes were for the first time since the commissioning of the New Container Terminal simultaneously operational...

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