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NIP donates high speed measuring machine

Mon, 2 December 2013 03:35
by Villager Reporter
Business

To promote road safety during this festive season and beyond, Namibia Institute of Pathology (NIP) Ltd recently donated a high-tech motor vehicle speed measuring machine valued at N$88 976.
The Road Safety Campaign was launched last month. It is spearheaded by the MVA Fund and National Road Safety Council, together with Namibian Police (Nampol).
NIP Ltd is a State-owned entity, which was established under the NIP Act 15 of 1999. It started its operations on 1 December 2000 with the objectives of providing medical laboratory services to both State and private health facilities. Underpinned by innovation and social responsibility, it currently has 38 laboratories countrywide, which provide comprehensive pathology services of high quality to public and private clients.