The official handing over of the company took place on Friday with vice president Nangolo Mbumba as the officiator of the event.
In addition, if forecasts are realized, this year could also mark the first time Peru surpasses Chile in production, the USDA report said.
Despite a late start, the Namibian table grape season ended with higher- than-estimated volumes and expect high revenue from exports.
The value of Namibian table grape exports increased from N$407m (US$28m) in the 2015 season to N$840m (US$57m) in the 2019 season.
Six million cartons are expected to be packed and shipped to international markets, compared to the 4.6 million cartons last year.