Ohorongo to increase rail use

Ohorongo to increase rail use
20 December 2018

Namibia’s Ohorongo Cement is working together with TransNamib, the country’s railway company, to take more than 5000 truck loads of product off the road.

The cement producers will move more freight onto rail, reducing the use of road transport between the Sargberg plant and the northern regions, according to the Namibia Economist.

“This specific route is one of the busiest roads countrywide and this reduction of volumes on the route is thus contributing a safer journey for passenger vehicles,” said Ailly Hangula-Paulino, Transnamib’s chief corporate communications officer. 

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