Clive M. Smith
Project Manager: Logistics Hub, Walves Bay Corridor Group, Windhoek, Namibia
Clive Smith joined the Walvis Bay Corridor Group in 2013 as Project Manager: Logistics Hub, responsible for leading the establishment, development and implementation of the development strategy for the Logistics Hub concept with the aim of transforming Namibia into a Logistics Hub.
Prior to joining the Walvis Bay Corridor Group, Clive held various commercial and development positions within the banking, shipping, logistics and fishing industries in Namibia.
Clive has more than 15 years experience in the freight and logistics industry, ranging from shipping line representation to Country Management of one of the largest logistics companies in Namibia and was involved in establishing and managing global agency networks that allowed specialized supply chain and logistics services for both the Namibian and regional (SADC) retail and mining industries.
In his capacity in the freight and logistics industry, he has been
actively involved in promoting the utilization of the transport corridors linking Namibia and its Ports to the rest of the Southern Africa Region.
The Walvis Bay Corridor Group (WBCG) is a public private partnership initiative, established in 2000, focusing on promoting the port of Walvis Bay as the preferred trade route for imports and exports for Southern Africa.
The Walvis Bay Corridor Group has been mandated to consolidate and coordinate the public and private sector efforts and to lead the development of the establishment of the Namibia Logistics Hub, under the supervision of the Ministry of Works and Transport as well as the National Planning Commission in cooperation with the Ministry of Trade & Industry.
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