Portable convenience, immovable security
History can be traced back to May 1946, since when CIC Namibia had become the largest grocery agency business within the Namibian market.
We specialise in sales & merchandising, warehousing, distribution, procurement and marketing. Recently established Trade Promotors (Pty) Ltd offers strategic marketing and creative concepts solutions for Namibian companies.
Today CIC has 8 facilities strategically placed throughout Namibia enabling us to distribute and warehouse countrywide.
By accessing and using the Website, the User agrees to be bound by the Terms and Conditions set out in this legal notice as outlined in terms of section 11 of the Electronic Communications and Transactions Act 25 of 2002. If the User does not wish to be bound by these Terms and Conditions, the User should not access, display, use, download, and/or otherwise copy or distribute Content obtained at the Website.
Limited license to general users
The User may not frame nor use framing technologies to enclose the Provider Website or the Content nor any part thereof without the express written consent of the Provider.
Provider and the Owners do not offer products or services to minors. If you are under the age of 18, you may not respond to or otherwise accept or act upon any offers in the Website.
Illegal and offensive conduct
- Not to post or transmit any message, data, image or programme which is defamatory, or violates any other personality rights or carries a criminal sanction;
- Not to post or transmit any message, data, image or programme which is illegal, offensive, threatening, abusive, harassing, harmful or hateful data, image or programme;
- Not to post or transmit any message, data, image or programme which violates the intellectual property rights of the Provider and/or Owner;
- Not to post or transmit any file which contains viruses or any other destructive features, regardless of whether or not the User intends damage;
- Not to gather e-mail addresses and/or names for commercial, political, charity or like purposes;
- Not to violate the privacy of any person, which shall include but shall not be limited to, hacking;
- Not to intercept any information transmitted to or from the Provider or the Website which is not to be received by that person;
- Not to compromise or disrupt the security features whether directly or indirectly of the Website;
- Not to interfere or disrupt another User’s access to the Website; and
- Not to assist in any form or manner whether directly or indirectly contravene any provisions in these Terms and Conditions.
Reliance by the User on any information on the contents of the Website is entirely at the Users own risk. The Provider reserves the right, at its own discretion to fix any issues in relation to any portion of the Website. The Provider is merely a conduit for data and content transmitted over its Network and neither the Provider, its officers, directors, employees, servants, affiliates, shareholders, agents, consultants and/or a subsidiary of the Provider, shall be held responsible for any direct or indirect special, consequential or other damage of any kind whatsoever suffered or incurred, related to the use of, or the inability to access or use the Content or the Website or any functionality thereof, or of any linked Website, even if the Provider is expressly advised thereof.
The Provider and its affiliates make no warranty that the Website or any of its links are free of any destructive software. The User accesses the Website at its own risk and the Provider and its affiliates shall not be held liable to any damage whatsoever which such software may cause.
The Provider receives various types of information (‘the Information’) from Users who access the Website. The Provider makes every effort to protect any Information received by it as outlined in section 51 of the Electronic Communications and Transactions Act 2002. Despite such undertaking, it is possible for Internet-based communications to be intercepted. Without the use of encryption, the Internet is not a secure medium and privacy cannot be ensured. Internet e-mail is vulnerable to interception and forging. The Owners will not be responsible for any damages the User or any third party may suffer as a result of the transmission of confidential information that you make to the Owners through the Internet, or that you expressly or implicitly authorize the Owners to make, or for any errors or any changes made to any transmitted information. To ensure acquaintance with and awareness of the privacy measures and policies of the Provider, the User is urged to take care to read and understand the underlying privacy clauses incorporated in these Terms and Conditions.
The User may visit the Website without providing any personal information. The Website servers will in such instances collect the IP address of the User computer, but not the email address or any other distinguishing information. This information is aggregated to measure the number of visits, average time spent at the Website, pages viewed, etc. The Provider uses this information to determine use of the Website, and to improve Content thereon.
The User acknowledges and understands that the Provider may be required in law from time to time to monitor the Content and user traffic at the Website/Network and shall provide evidence of the same to authorized officials.
Furthermore, the compilation (meaning the collection, arrangement, and assembly) of all content on this Website is the exclusive property of Imperial Logistics and protected by South African and international copyright laws.
Without derogating from the above, Imperial Logistics authorizes you to view, copy, download to a local drive, print and distribute the content of this Web site, or parts thereof, provided that:
- Content is used for information purposes only;
- Content is used for non-commercial purposes.
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