Walvis Bay

Allgemeine Informationen

Name:
Walvis Bay
Land:
Namibia
UN/Locode:
NAWVB
Local time:
Schiffe im Hafen:
44
Erwartete Schiffe:
56
Liegeplätze:
2
Koordinaten:
S 22° 57' E 014° 29'

Schiffe im Hafen

Name
Type
Arrived
Frachtschiff
20.09. 16:49
Tanker
20.09. 08:56
Tanker
19.09. 10:37
Frachtschiff
19.09. 08:20
Unklassifiziert
18.09. 11:14
Tanker
18.09. 10:43
Tanker
18.09. 10:01
Frachtschiff
18.09. 07:24
Fischereifahrzeug
16.09. 21:06
Fischereifahrzeug
16.09. 18:23

Erwartete Schiffe

Name
Typ
Erwarted
Tanker
21.09. 12:00
Frachtschiff
21.09. 14:00
Unklassifiziert
21.09. 14:00
Tanker
22.09. 06:00
Frachtschiff
23.09. 09:00
Frachtschiff
23.09. 22:30
Tanker
24.09. 16:00
Frachtschiff
25.09. 08:00
Frachtschiff
27.09. 11:00
Frachtschiff
28.09. 12:00

Ausgelaufene Schiffe

Name
Typ
Ausgelaufen
Frachtschiff
21.09. 08:18
Unklassifiziert
20.09. 21:33
Tanker
20.09. 12:19
Frachtschiff
19.09. 22:54
Frachtschiff
19.09. 20:38
Frachtschiff
19.09. 18:36
Unklassifiziert
19.09. 13:26
Tanker
19.09. 09:23
Tanker
19.09. 07:23
Fischereifahrzeug
19.09. 01:31

Die neuesten Nachrichten

One dead in ship fire

Mon Aug 19 10:15:39 CEST 2019 Timsen

In the morning of Aug 17, 2019, around 7 a.m. a fire broke out aboard the Namibian trawler "Ocean Tide", 296 gt (IMO: 7220839), which was moored at the jetty of the Seaworks Fish Processors. One of the 20 crew members on board, was found dead following the fire. The deceased was identified as 40-year-old Hausiku Mathews Sivambo. It was believed he became trapped inside the vessel and burned to death. His body was removed the next morning. The family of the deceased was present at the scene. A police investigation into the cause of the fire was ongoing. Report with photo: https://www.nbc.na/news/one-dead-after-vessel-caught-fire-walvis-bay.21902

Namport’s new container terminal soon operational

Sun Jul 21 20:51:35 CEST 2019 arnekiel

NAMPORT’s new container terminal will be officially inaugurated on 2 August, and normal operations are expected to start on it on 24 August. The new terminal, constructed at a cost of N$4 billion, is expected to increase container handling capacity from the current 355 000 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) to up to 1 005 000 TEUs. Firstly, there will be a shutdown on 17 August of container operations in the port to start relocations to the new terminal. The equipment to be relocated include rubber-tired gantries and mobile harbour cranes, while reach stackers, haulers and forklifts will move the containers.

Regional imports set to boost volumes at Namibian ports

Wed Oct 10 09:15:11 CEST 2018 arnekiel

Namibia’s Port of Walvis Bay will be handling an additional 50,000 tonnes of goods destined for Zambia and the Democratic Republic of Congo as well as manganese from mines in the Northern Cape to the Port of Lüderitz. The Namibian Port Authority (Namport) has earmarked R4.2 billion for regional development, R3.3 billion of which would be dedicated to Namibian companies to benefit by contracting them on major development projects. This was revealed to The Southern Times by Namport’s Senior Commercial Manager, Tino !Hanabeb, last week. With the new container terminal to be commissioned in 2019, Namport would be able to handle more cargo and also increase the container capacity at the port from 400,000 TEUs to 750,000 TEUs per annum. On average, between 2,000 and 2,250 vessels visit the ports of Walvis Bay and Lüderitz every year, with container vessels accounting for the largest number of visits.

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