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Transport and Logistics

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    Threeways Shipping

    Threeways Shipping Services is a member of the Bro Group of companies, which specialises in local and international clearing and forwarding. The company was incorporated in 1992 in the United Kingdom where it operated as a clearing house for its first decade in business. It was incorporated in Uganda in 1996.

    Threeways’ main presence is in East Africa and South Africa, but they have access to a global shipping network through a partnership with Hellman Worldwide Logistics, a leading German inernational logistics provider. Read More

  • Spedag Interfreight

    Spedag Interfreight was formed in 2011 from the merger of Spedag East Africa and Interfreight East Africa, making it one of the biggest clearing and forwarding companies in East Africa, with revenues reaching EUR 80 million (US$ 110 million) in 2011.

    Kampala is the regional hub for the company, which also works in Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, South Sudan, Burundi and DR Congo.  It employs 700 people,  257 of them in Uganada (97 percent of whom are Ugandan nationals). Read More

  • SDV Transami

    Transport and logistics company, SDV Transami, is part of a larger, French group, Bollore Africa Logistics, serving as one of Bollore’s 250 agencies operating in Africa, and has worked in Uganda for 60 years. It  specialises in logistics, warehousing, plant and equipment hire, clearing and forwarding. Read More

  • Quantum Associates Oil & Gas Logistics

    A local company, incorporated in Uganda in 2006, Quantum Associates soon diverted from its initial emphasis on real estate and commodity supply to venture into logistics and warehousing for the oil and gas industry. Read More

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    Deutsche Post DHL is the world’s largest courier company. It is headquartered in Bonn, Germany, employs over 400,000 people in 228 countries and territories, and in 2011 generated revenue of more than EUR 53 billion (US$  67 billion.)

    Best known to most people for its parcel delivery service, DHL also transports very heavy objects around the world—and hence its connection to the oil and gas industry. Read More