Guest Contributor | Feb 20, 2024 | 0
Local is lekker – Seawork Fish processors joins Team Namibia
Walvis Based privately owned fishing company, Seawork Fish Processors recently joined Team Namibia as a member, according to a statement on Monday
Seawork will have access to Team Namibia’s content marketing initiatives on various platforms, both in the digital environment but also in the organisation’s regular communication with stakeholders.
In addition, Seawork will benefit through the association with Team Namibia brand, signified by using the trademarked Team Namibia logo for its products sold locally and its participation at local fairs and expos.
Seaworks specialises in the catching, value adding and marketing of seafood products for local and international markets.
“We are delighted to be joining Team Namibia as member. We regard ourselves as an industry leader by delivering truly authentic Namibian products. We believe that our membership of Team Namibia is a further reflection of our commitment to be investing in Namibia’s sustainable economic development. We also like to proudly show that our products are quality Namibian product by displaying the trademarked Team Namibia product logo,” Peter Pahl, managing director of Seawork, said
According to Pahl the company’s products can be sourced locally at their wholesale and retail outlets at Unit 14, Hyper Motor in Windhoek as well as their factory in Walvis Bay.
“We are also supplying our business partner’s, Omankete Investments Ltd, two newly established retail outlets in Outapi and Oshifo ,” he added.
Bärbel Kirchner, account director of TN, said, “Team Namibia is mandated to raise the awareness of supporting local manufactures, producers and service providers. With Seawork having joined Team Namibia as member, we are further strengthened in our drive to support local businesses to reach market access.”
Currently the Seawork group also employs over 1,700 people, one third being male and two thirds female, with over 98% being previously disadvantaged Namibians. This makes Seawork one of the largest employers in the sector.