C. Steinweg opens facility in Namibia
Dutch logistics services provider C. Steinweg has expanded its footprint in Africa with the addition of a new port terminal in Walvis Bay, Namibia. The terminal will handle general, project cargo, breakbulk and bulk as well as bonded.
C. Steinweg said that Namibia provides safe passage for all kinds of cargo to and from the hinterlands of southern Africa. The new facility increases the company’s handling capacity from 350,000 TEU per year to 750,000 TEU per year. It also features good road infrastructure connectivity enabling movement of the cargo to final destinations.
The company plans to provide conventional freight forwarding and customs clearing services, transportation, warehousing, as well as procurement services, chartering services, and marine agency.
C. Steinweg has access to a 74 000 square metre area, where handling and warehousing of all types of cargo is done under roof or outside as required. Under its transport brokerage department, it has access from the smallest vehicle, to a 300 ton Goldhofer Modular Trailer.