29 August 2017

Namibia: 'Nedbank Service Exceptional' - Businessman

Walvis Bay based businessman, John Weber, who has been in his logistics business for ten years praised Nedbank's service delivery and according to him the banking products on offer are lucrative.

Weber said he has over the years enjoyed various banking products offered by Nedbank, and one of the joys has been working closely with his personal banker, Allan Hartung, who has helped him secure registered bonds, vehicle loans and guarantees at the bank.

"As a business, we trust Nedbank simply because they are reliable. The Nedbank staff here in Walvis Bay have set very high standards for themselves in making sure that my business receives that elevated customer service which is what we enjoy most," Weber said.

Weber is the owner of West to East Coast Investments which specialises in the clearing and forwarding of cargo as well as transportation services to all neighbouring countries.

"At West to East Coast Investments we pride ourselves on being the fastest and most efficient clearing agencies in Walvis Bay, Namibia, on vehicles or containerised cargo. Some of our most frequent services provided to clients include clearing import vehicles off Ro-Ro vessels as well as containerised cargo destined for Zimbabwe, Zambia, Botswana, Angola, DRC," Weber said.

According to Weber, when it came to choosing the right financial partner for his business, he needed a bank that not only understood his business mission but also one that would run with this mission.

"From a young age, Nedbank has always appealed to me as a professional banking institution. The fact that they do not have long queues has always been an added benefit," he concluded.


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