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Namport shares security procedures with Parliamentary Standing Committee

Namport shares security procedures with Parliamentary Standing Committee

The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Security this week paid a courtesy call to Namport’s Management.

The CEO of Namport, Bisey Uirab welcomed the delegation and stated that “it is a great honor to be able to share with the attendees on the security procedures that the company has deployed”.

As an entity Namport has invested resources in the area of security to minimize threat to the company as well as to ensure that security and peace is maintained at all times

The committee’s visit was aimed at acquainting themselves with the security setup of Namport, its achievements as well as the challenges the company might face in the area of safety and security. The delegates were briefed on Namport’s security policies and then later were taken on a site visit at the New Container Terminal.


Caption: The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Security with the Namport Executive Team as well as officials from the Namibian Police and Immigration Office.


 

 

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