NMA's Mandate

The Namibian Manufacturers Association (NMA) is an association not for gain which represents Namibian manufacturers by facilitating a sustainable, competitive and prosperous manufacturing industry for all stakeholders. Originally founded in 1994 by a group of Windhoek manufacturers to represent and promote manufacturers products, it was transformed into a Section 21 Company in 2002.

The associations' role extends to discussions and negotiations with Government, other sectors in the country and foreign organisations, also as part of foreign trade negotiations. The NMA continuously advocates for better working relations and dialogue between manufacturers and retailers.
18.07.2018

Industrialisation week to increase private sector participation

The third annual Southern African Development Community industrialisation week is expected to...


25.10.2017

Manufacturer of the Year Award 2017

What has become an annual event the Namibian Manufacturers Association (NMA) hosted its fifth...


Manufacturer of the Year Award 2017

What has become an annual event the Namibian Manufacturers Association (NMA) hosted its fifth Manufacturer of the Year Awards Gala Dinner on 19 October 2017, at the Safari Hotel and Conference Centre, Windhoek.