NAMPORT INVESTS CLOSE TO 17 MILLION NAMIBIAN DOLLARS IN NEW CARGO HANDLING EQUIPMENT

The Namibian Ports Authority today commissioned 2 Reach Stackers and 4 forklifts, a development that is sure to provide satisfaction to all affected stakeholders. 

As it is Namport’s core business to handle cargo, the acquisition of these cargo handling equipment was a critical step on the company’s roadmap towards effective and efficient service delivery to its valued customers.

The entity has set forth its strategic plan to underpin the achievement of its vision and drive to be the best performing seaports in Africa. Underlying the strategic plan are four strategic themes which are firmly aligned to all the pillars of the institution’s strategy as set out below :

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