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OATF 2019 awards exhibitors.

Ongwediva branch of the Indongo Toyota car dealer received a platinum award on Thursday night after it was declared the best overall exhibitor of the 2019 Ongwediva Annual Trade Fair (OATF).

The branch put up an attractive well-decorated outside stand, where it showcases a variety of Toyota vehicles.

It was again awarded as the best exhibit in the automotive category. Also received a platinum award during the same Thursday's OATF award-giving function was the Tulongeni MF Project, as the best exhibit in made in Namibia.

Khan international from India exhibiting kitchen wear, was awarded the best international exhibitors, while the Namibian Broadcasting Corporation was declared the best media.

Oshakati Premier Electric (OPE), which was last year's best overall exhibitor, is this year's best exhibitor in the energy sector.

OPE is a subsidiary company of the Oshakati Town Council responsible of the distribution of electricity to consumers within the Oshakati town boundaries.

Other winning exhibitors are Miko Coffee (small scale), Ministry of Agriculture (agriculture), Sea Flower (fisheries and marine resources), Namibia Tourism Board (tourism and hospitality), Nampost (banking institution) and Road Authority (transport).

Manufacturing award went to Styrotex, Otjiwarongo Motors and Tractors got the industrial award, Ongwediva Town Council is the best in regional and local authority council exhibition and Ministry of Environment and Tourism took governmental institutions prize.

Ghana Commission is best in beauty products, B and F Boutique received textile and clothing, Ndilimani Pottery Project got artefacts, traditional and indigenous products and Ceret is best in arts and crafts

Also received awards are Ongwediva MediPark (health), Namibia University of Science and Technology (educational institutions), Bible Society of Namibia (stationary and publishing) and Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia (information and communication).

A total of 451 exhibitors, of which 25 are international companies, are participating in the nine-day 2019 OATF which started last Friday and ends on Saturday.

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Publication:The Namibia Press Agency NAMPA (Windhoek, Namibia)
Date:Aug 30, 2019
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