NAMIBIA

Rehabilitation of 600 km of the Trans-Cunene Railway Line Corridor

The Trans-Cunene Corridor links the Port of Walvis Bay with southern Angola up to Lubango. The Corridor road infrastructure is supported by the northen railway line, which presently extends from the Port of Walvis Bay to Oshikango.

The rehabilitation project focuses on upgrading of the earthworks embankment, strengthening of the bridges and other permanent way infrastructure. It aims to increase the axle load/ton of a 600 km stretch of railway line section to a minimum SADC standard of 18.5 ton/axle load by using 48 kg/m rail or other high profiles. The project supports the expansion of the Walvis Bay Port as it will provide an efficient flow of cargo on the Trans-Cunene rail corridor.

New Parliament and National Assembly building, Namibia

The estimated total cost of this project is $ USD 200 million. AKSA Group has already received a letter of expression from EDC to finance this project and is actively engaged to move this project forward.