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In a media statement issued yesterday, the Marketing and Communications Manager at the WBCG, Cindy-Lu Hasheela, said several industry projects are at varying stages of progress, which shows the Namibian Government's commitment to developing the sector to better position the country as a viable transport link to the Southern African Development Community.
In January, a spokesperson for WBCG announced that 24,000 tonnes of freight was transported along the Trans-Kalahari Route last year.
Dora Russell spoke at one meeting where a young woman challenged her about the WBCG's cautious approach.
Speakers from the WBCG, the port of Walvis Bay and Barrick Lumwana Mine reflected on the latest developments and experiences of utilising the corridor.
The WBCG and the GIZ have been in partnership since 2003 when the corridor developer started an HIV help desk and have since worked with people in the transport sector on HIV awareness.
In their most recent statistics, released earlier this week the Walvis Bay Corridor Group (WBCG) indicates that the number of vehicles handled at the port were double the number handled in 2011.
Known as the Walvis Bay Corridor Group (WBCG), the road and rail agglomeration seeks to encourage economic growth along its routes, facilitate inter regional trade and maritime transport and offer Walvis Bay as an attractive alternative for South African importers and exporters.
TransNamib has partnered TransNamib - railway pioneer Part 2 in a series of 2 in 1999 with Namport, other industry stakeholders and Government agencies to establish the Walvis Bay Corridor Group (WBCG) and has supported this institution consistently over the years.
Walvis Bay Corridor Group (WBCG) has been set up to co-ordinate the work of logistics companies and traders in promoting the port.
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