Uganda’s GDP growth was estimated at 5.3% in 2018, the agricultural sector being the major driver of the country’s economic growth. Indeed, agricultural products represent almost 80% of the country’s total exports. The country’s most exported goods are coffee followed by tea, cotton, copper, oil and fish. Uganda’s main export partners are Sudan, Kenya, DR Congo, Netherlands, Germany, South Africa and the United Arab Emirates.
Bolloré Transport & Logistics was first established in Uganda in 1968 as a long-haul transporter and customs agent. 51 years later, the company has grown and become a specialist in integrated logistics solutions. With a staff count of 238 employees and offices in Kampala, it is well represented throughout the country with branch offices in Malaba, Busia, Entebbe, Ntoronko, Mpondwe, Katuna, Mutukula, and all border point stations.
Bolloré Logistics Uganda offers end-to-end logistics solutions to meet the supply chain requirements of clients from a wide range of industries. Our dedicated teams have expertise in sea and air freight forwarding, customs clearance, Oil and gas operations, Inland Container Depot (ICD), distribution, warehousing, own fleet and subcontracted fleet management.
Among their numerous successes, Bolloré Logistics Project Ugandan teams played a key role in the Isimba Hydropower Station project, from 2013 to 2019, ensuring the delivery of parts, accessories and building equipment from Mombasa to the project site in Kayunga.
Bolloré Logistics Uganda is also ISO 9001:2015 & TAPA (FSR Level C) 2017 certified and recognized as an Authorized Economic Operator (AEO).
1. Aerial view of Buto yard.
2. Aerial view of Ntinda main facility.
3. Airfreight team handling cargo.
4. Bolloré Logistics staff at the Bolloré Safety week (April 2018).