Cricket Namibia announced a new partnership with Imperial, now owned by DP World, through its Managed Solutions business in Namibia, on Sunday 5 June during the international tournament against Hong Kong at United field in Windhoek.
Partnerships have become crucial in the business world for the expansion and growth of entities. Cricket Namibia strives for excellence, and maintaining a sound reputation and relationship with our stakeholders is one of the ways we live our Excellence value.
“Cricket Namibia is privileged to enter into a partnership with a well-established and respected corporate entity in Namibia,” says Cricket Namibia CEO, Johan Muller. “Imperial’s Managed Solutions business in Namibia will take care of all our logistics and transport requirements, which are critical in the establishment of programmes and resources in areas across Namibia. Their involvement will directly impact our development programmes in the country and allow us to serve a wider community of Namibians. We are truly grateful for their support!”
Mohammed Akoojee, Chief Operating Officer of DP World Logistics and Group CEO at Imperial, said: “The camaraderie of sport is universal and plays an important role in inspiring, motivating, and uniting people. We are proud to partner with Cricket Namibia as their logistics provider, and look forward to further development of this popular sport in Namibia, especially among the country’s youth.”