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Namibia’s Vice-President visits Novanam & Lalandii stand at Ongwediva Trade Fair (Namibia)

  • The most important trade fair in northern Namibia is ‘Ongwediva Annual Trade Fair’, organised in the town of Ongwediva and hosting both domestic and international exhibitions and business forums.
  • Namibia’s Vice-President, Mr. Nangolo Mbumba, and Namibia’s Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources, Mr. Bernhard Esau, with Mr. Edwin Kamatoto, Managing Director of Novanam, at OATF

    Namibia’s Vice-President, Mr. Nangolo Mbumba, and Namibia’s Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources, Mr. Bernhard Esau, with Mr. Edwin Kamatoto, Managing Director of Novanam, at OATF

    August 29, 2018.- On the occasion of the opening of the multi-sector “Ongwediva Annual Trade Fair (OATF)” in Namibia, the country’s Vice-President, Mr. Nangolo Mbumba, and it Mister of Fisheries and Marine Resources, Mr. Bernhard Esau, visited the stand of Novanam and Lalandii, both subsidiaries of Nueva Pescanova Group.

    During their visit the Vice-President and the Minister were able to personally see the latest products of these companies that employ 2,200 people and are engaged in fishing, processing and commercialisation mainly of hake, monkfish, pomfret and kingklip.

    The most important trade fair in northern Namibia is ‘Ongwediva Annual Trade Fair’, organised in the town of Ongwediva and hosting both domestic and international exhibitions and business forums. The fair is the ideal venue to explore potential trade and investment opportunities in Namibia and in other countries of the South African Development Community (SADC).

    Contact

    Tesa Díaz-Faes
    Directora Corporativa de Comunicación y
    RRII de Grupo Nueva Pescanova
    Tel. +34 986 818 100
    Paloma Fernández
    LLYC
    Tel. +34 91 563 77 22 (ext. 2111)