Infrastructure

Colossal visitor calls at Walvis Bay

1 week ago - 16 June 2021 | Infrastructure

The Maersk Amazon recently called at the port of Walvis Bay.The vessel, with a length of 334 meters, docked in very foggy and windy conditions for its first visit ever to a Namibian harbour. Her...

ISO certifications for Namport

1 week ago - 11 June 2021 | Infrastructure

Namport was recommended for continuation of its current certifications after a recent ISO Surveillance Audit. ISO (International Organisation for Standardisation) is an independent, non-governmental, international organisation that develops standards to ensure the quality, safety, and...

New desalination plant for Namibia

2 weeks ago - 06 June 2021 | Infrastructure

Swakopmund “Another desalination plant for Namibia is no longer merely a potential, but a reality as government will build such a facility,” minister of Agriculture, Water and Land Reform (AWLR) Calle Schlettwein said...

Otweya houses almost complete

3 weeks ago - 01 June 2021 | Infrastructure

Walvis Bay • [email protected] The 121 houses being constructed for the Twaloloka fire victims by government, are about 98% complete and will soon be handed over to beneficiaries. The minister of urban and...

Construction sector performance takes a tumble

1 month - 20 May 2021 | Infrastructure

The construction sector contracted by 11.8% during 2020 as activity in this sector declined severely owing to the Covid-19 pandemic. According to Ruusa Nandago, an Economist at FirstRand Namibia, the decline was mainly reflected in...

Port of Walvis Bay not up for sale

1 month - 02 May 2021 | Infrastructure

Walvis Bay “The ownership of Namport and the Port of Walvis Bay is vested solely in the Namibian government and management is not...

Automation at the Port of Walvis Bay on track

1 month - 27 April 2021 | Infrastructure

Namport initiated external stakeholder engagements, informing clients and stakeholders about the change from manual systems to semi-automation that began towards the end of March. The...

Namport targeted by scammers

1 month - 27 April 2021 | Infrastructure

The Namibian Ports Authority (Namport) has cautioned suppliers, clients, stakeholders and the public about a scam which involve certain individuals soliciting quotations from suppliers using...

Kontrakteur, ministerie stil oor oorstroomde pompstasie by Neckartal

1 month - 25 April 2021 | Infrastructure

Windhoek ∙ [email protected] Nog Salani Impregilo, nog die ministerie van landbou, water en grondhervorming het tot nou bekend gemaak wat vandag (Vrydag) tot die...

Increased handling volumes despite pandemic

1 month - 25 April 2021 | Infrastructure

According to the Namibian Ports Authority (Namport), cargo handling volumes increased despite the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. The overall cargo volumes handled at both Namibian ports...

Nuwe kruising vir Walvisbaai

2 months ago - 13 April 2021 | Infrastructure

Walvisbaai • [email protected] Walvisbaai spog met 'n splinternuwe kruising wat Kuisebmond met die B2-pad tussen Walvisbaai en Swakopmund verbind. Die kruising van N$5,5...

Rent prices slip further

2 months ago - 07 April 2021 | Infrastructure

The FNB Residential Rental Index posted an annual contraction of 2.1% at the end of December 2020, from -0.8% recorded in December 2019. This brings...

Infrastructure

Walvis Bay Port Log

2 months ago - 30 March 2021 | Infrastructure

The provisional port log indicates that 20 vessels are scheduled to call at the Port of Walvis Bay in April.The visiting ships comprise one fishing...

Traffic jam at sea

2 months ago - 30 March 2021 | Infrastructure

The Namibian Ports Authority (Namport) is monitoring the situation closely in the Suez Canal where the Ever Given, a container vessel registered in Panama, ran...

Second State of Logistics report...

3 months ago - 24 March 2021 | Infrastructure

Works and transport minister John Mutorwa will launch the second Namibia State of Logistics Report in Walvis Bay on Thursday (25 March 2021). ...

Arandis expanding

3 months ago - 15 March 2021 | Infrastructure

Arandis The deputy minister of urban and rural development, Derek Klazen, officiated at the ground-breaking of a project that will see the servicing of land...

Logistics group expands to...

3 months ago - 09 March 2021 | Infrastructure

In a new milestone in its development as a logistics operator, the CMA CGM Group is stepping up its strategic development with the creation of...

Two Roro’s in Port ...

3 months ago - 09 March 2021 | Infrastructure

Walvis Bay The Namibian Ports Authority (Namport) is a bee hive of activities as there are two RoRo and one dry bulk vessel currently...

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