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Mohembo bridge parts move in Namibia

10,720 tonnes of project cargo, destined for the Mohembo bridge project in Botswana, has moved through the port of Walvis Bay in Namibia.

The cargoes arrived at the port on the vessel Nomadic Milde. The components will be used to complete the construction of 1.2 km-long bridge that will connect villages on the east of the Okavango River with the rest of the country.

It is expected to take 160 truckloads to transport the cargo to the construction site in Botswana.

www.namport.com.na

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