P&O Nedlloyd has been appointed the preferred shipper for Malaysian garment company Rematex Berhad, which is building a $100 million clothing factory in Windhoek, Namibia. The logistics and container partner conveyed plant from Malaysia to Namibia last year in two block shipments and is currently delivering cotton consignments from west Africa. P&O Nedlloyd will be used to export the finished products to the US and other destinations.

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