The Namibian Ports Authority is a bee hive of activities as there are two RoRo and one dry bulk vessels currently docked at the Port of Walvis Bay. The Dynamic Stricker, which is offloading 30 000 metric tons of Sulphur from the United Arab Emirates destined for Zambia will be seen alongside the Port’s quayside for five more days.
Interesting to note is that the sulphur will be bagged at the Port of Walvis Bay before being transported to Zambia on trucks.
The Liekut Valletta and the Glovis Cugor will each discharge 389 and 159 vehicles respectively.
The vehicles being offloaded from the RoRo vessels are coming from Europe destined for neighbouring markets such as Zimbabwe, Malawi, Mozambique, South Africa, Zambia and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Due to its strategic location, Namibia enjoys a favourable advantage to be a connecting point to other neighbouring land locked countries such as Zambia,
Zimbabwe, Botswana and DRC Congo who make frequent use of the seamless offerings of Namport.
The Namibian Ports Authority remains committed to realizing its dream of becoming the best performing world-class Port in Africa.