The Namibia Ports Authority expects four vehicle carriers in the month of October 2020, after four vessels already docked at the port in September 2020, the authority said. “Although these numbers do not show an increase, it is worth noting that these vessels were allowed to dock at the Port of Walvis Bay despite the pandemic, this allowance is due to the strict health practices the port authority ascribes to,” the Authority said in its latest Quayside Bulletin. The most recent vehicle carrier vessel that docked in the Namibian waters is the RRC Compass which discharged a total of 217 vehicles destined for different markets within southern Africa, the Bulletin revealed, explaining that the presence of these vessels indicates that the market for a vehicles is still favourable in the SADC region.