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Intermodal Africa Conference

Posted: 29 Feb 2024Category: Operations

The 31st Intermodal Africa 2024 conference kicked off yesterday at the Swakopmund Hotel & Entertainment Centre. The conference attracted various international visitors involved in logistics and port management. A mini expo is also taking place next to the conference with international and local exhibitors showcasing various services and products in the fields of logistics, port management, transport, crane supplies, supply chain management among others. Some of the invited delegates were also taken on a tour of the Walvis Bay Salt works, the port and new container terminal.

The conference features various international speakers who unpacked and analysed the latest topical global transportation and logistics issues and trends in intermodal logistics, technology in logistics, terminal automation, port efficiencies, african ports and cargo movements. The minister of Works and Transport, John Mutorwa opened the conference and met with the various exhibitors. In his address, the minister emphasised the Namibian Government's committment to improve the transport and logistics sector and enacting laws and policies, necessary to facilitate trade via a future-proof transport network, that will fostering economic growth and development.

The Intermodal Africa 2024, which is co-hosted by the WBCG, Namport and Transport Events, aims to promote trade and economic development throughout the SADC region through reliable modes of transport and logistics, as well as promote foreign direct investments and international business tourism into Namibia and the region.



Intermodal Africa Conference
Intermodal Africa Conference
Intermodal Africa Conference
Intermodal Africa Conference
Intermodal Africa Conference
Intermodal Africa Conference
Intermodal Africa Conference
Intermodal Africa Conference
Intermodal Africa Conference
Intermodal Africa Conference
Intermodal Africa Conference
Intermodal Africa Conference
Intermodal Africa Conference
 



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