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Manufacturing in Namibia

  • Namibia: Donkey Meat Abattoir Planned for Okahandja

    NAMIBIA, 2016/10/19 Local company Agrinature plans to set up a donkey meat abattoir at Okahandja, documents released as part of the environmental impact assessment showed yesterday. The company is owned by Namibian and Chinese investors. Agrinature said it intends to open an abattoir at Okahandja's northern industrial area, and activities which will take place at the abattoir include the slaughtering inclunding processing of donkey meat. "The intended abattoir will be operated in a warehouse that is readily available," the company said.
  • Manufacturers Pessimistic About Next Quarter Performance in Namibia

    NAMIBIA, 2013/08/14 Namibian manufacturers are not overly optimistic on their outlook, a survey of members of the Namibia Manufacturers Association (NMA) released recently has found. The survey for the second quarter of this year shows that sentiments part manufacturers are at their very lowest, with the Sentiment Index declining to -14.89 from the 19.24 recorded at the end of the previous quarter. The Present Situation Index as well declined sharply to -35.24 from 2.65 in the previous quarter.