Mukwano Group


The Mukwano Group of Companies, commonly known as the Mukwano Group, is a conglomerate based in Uganda, with operations in other East African countries

Contents

  • 1 Location
  • 2 Overview
  • 3 Subsidiary companies
  • 4 Products
  • 5 See also
  • 6 References
  • 7 External links

Location

The Group's headquarters are located on Mukwano Road Bypass Road, in the Central Division of Kampala, Uganda's capital and largest city The coordinates of the company headquarters are: 0°18'450"N, 32°35'270"E Latitude:0312500; Longitude:32590840

Overview

The group was established in 1986, although it did not start operations until 1989 As of October 2016, the group is involved in six main areas of business: a manufacturing b real estate investments c bulk storage & shipment d cargo clearing & forwarding e agriculture and f financial services Mukwano Group is one of the most active investment groups in Uganda The group won the coveted Annual Presidential Award of Best Exporter of the Year for 2004 In 2009, its beverages division attained ISO Certification

Subsidiary companies

The subsidiary companies of the Mukwano Group include but are not limited to the following: 1 AK Transporters Uganda Limited; a fully licensed and equipped logistics and transport company with over 200 light, medium and heavy transport trucks 2 Gulf Stream Investments Limited; a bulk liquid-storage terminal within the port area of Mombasa, Kenya The terminal can store close to 26,000 metric tones of vegetable oils, oil derivatives and related chemicals in dedicated tanks 3 Exim Bank Uganda; a retail commercial commercial bank jointly owned with Exim Bank Tanzania 4 Lira Maize Factory Limited; located in Lira, Lira District, Northern Uganda 5 Lira Oil Mill Limited; which produces in excess of 25,000 tons of oil annually, from sunflower and cottonseed, since 2007

6 Mukwano Agro Project Limited; which consists of over 17,000 acres 27 sq mi under cultivation in Masindi District Crops include maize, soybeans, sunflower, and simsim Contracts with over 45,000 out-growers whose farm acreage is in the neighborhood of 200,000 acres 310 sq mi 7 Mukwano AK Plastics; which manufactures household and industrial plastic products 8 Mukwano Dar es Salaam Factory; located in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, the factory has manufactured edible oil and soap since 2004 9 Mukwano Industries Limited, a manufacturer of edible oil, soaps, cleaning products, sanitary products, household and industrial plastic products, bottled water and energy drinks 10 Mukwano Sugar Factory; a licensed sugar manufacturer, located in Masindi District, with capacity to process 2,500 metric tonnes of raw sugarcane daily 912,000 tonnes annually

11 Nationwide Properties Limited; a real-estate development company that builds commercial and residential properties Nationwide is a joint venture between the Mukwano Group and Property Services Limited, a real estate management firm in Uganda 12 Riley Packaging Limited; the largest producer of packaging materials in East Africa, a joint venture between Mukwano Group and Raps Limited, another Ugandan company The factory, estimated at US$13 million, is located in Mukono on the Kampala-Jinja Highway

Products

The products of the Group include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Aqua Sipi bottled water
  • Kyekyo energy drinks
  • Mukwano edible cooking oil
  • Roki fortified edible cooking oil
  • Three Star fortified edible cooking oil
  • Marina margarine
  • Tamu baking fat
  • Sunseed edible sunflower oil
  • Nice Fry edible cooking fat
  • Nice Fry vegetable frying fat
  • Royal Palms Housing Estate - A gated residential community, located at Butabika, 9 kilometres 56 mi, by road, southeast of the central business district of Kampala, on the shores of Lake Victoria

See also

  • Kampala Capital City Authority
  • Kampala Central Division
  • List of conglomerates in Uganda
  • List of wealthiest people in Uganda
  • List of sugar manufacturers in Uganda
  • List of banks in Uganda

References

  1. ^ a b c Mirembe, Jovita 9 October 2005 "Mukwano Is Best Exporter" New Vision Kampala Retrieved 19 October 2016 
  2. ^ a b Wakabi, Michael 3 December 2001 "Mukwano: There's Pride in Doing Business in Uganda" The East African Nairobi Retrieved 19 October 2016 
  3. ^ Monitor Reporter 26 May 2015 "Mukwano's Diversity Into Agriculture" Daily Monitor Kampala Retrieved 26 May 2015 
  4. ^ Mukwano Group 19 October 2016 "Mukwano Group of Companies: Contact Us" Kampala: Mukwano Group Retrieved 19 October 2016 
  5. ^ Google 19 October 2016 "Location of the Headquarters of Mukwano Group, Kampala, Uganda" Map Google Maps Google Retrieved 19 October 2016 
  6. ^ Mukwano Group May 2009 "Mukwano Group: Corporate Profile" PDF Kampala: Mukwano Group of Companies Retrieved 19 October 2016 
  7. ^ Mukwano Group 19 October 2016 "Mukwano Group of Companies: Logistics & Supply Chain Subsidiaries" Kampala: Mukwano Group of Companies Retrieved 19 October 2016 
  8. ^ Buluku, Allan 17 January 2006 "Uganda: Mukwano Opens New $30m Liquid Storage Facility in Mombasa" The East African via AllAfricacom Nairobi Retrieved 19 October 2016 
  9. ^ Busuulwa, Bernard 9 March 2016 "Tanzania's Exim Bank acquires Imperial Bank Uganda" The EastAfrican Nairobi Retrieved 19 October 2016 
  10. ^ Okino, Patrick 16 March 2010 "Uganda: Mukwano Starts Sh2 Billion Maize Plant In Lango" New Vision via AllAfricacom Kampala Retrieved 19 October 2016 
  11. ^ Muwanga, David 18 July 2006 "Uganda:Manufacturing Resumes In Northern Uganda" New Vision via AllAfricacom Kampala Retrieved 19 October 2016 
  12. ^ Mukiibi, Ahmed 18 March 2015 "Obadde okimanyi nti Mukwano asinga Sudir Ruparelia obugagga Did You Know that Mukwano Amirali Karmali is wealthier than Sudhir Sudhir Ruparelia" Bukedde Newspaper in Luganda Kampala Retrieved 19 October 2016 CS1 maint: Unrecognized language link
  13. ^ Mukwano Group 19 October 2016 "Mukwano Group: Manufacturing Division" Kampala: Mukwano Group of Companies Retrieved 19 October 2016 
  14. ^ Kayizzi, Ricks 4 January 2004 "Mukwano In TZ Deal" New Vision Kampala Retrieved 19 October 2016 
  15. ^ Kiwawulo, Chris 15 September 2005 "Mukwano Industries To Make Energy Drinks" New Vision Kampala Retrieved 19 October 2016 
  16. ^ Sanya, Samuel 22 November 2011 "Eight Firms Join Sugar Production" New Vision Kampala Retrieved 19 October 2016 
  17. ^ Odomel, James 26 March 2009 "83 Units Ready At Royal Palms" New Vision Kampala Retrieved 20 October 2016 
  18. ^ Joyce Namutebi, and David Muwanga 15 November 2007 "M7 Opens Giant Plant" New Vision Kampala Retrieved 20 October 2016 
  19. ^ Mukwano Group 20 October 2016 "Mukwano Group of Companies: Our Brands" Kampala: Mukwano Group of Companies Retrieved 20 October 2016 
  20. ^ Nuwagaba, Edwin 4 February 2010 "A Touch of Elegance At Royal Palms Estate" Daily Monitor Kampala Retrieved 20 October 2016 

External links

  • Mukwano Group Homepage
  • About Mukwano Group's Out-Growers Scheme
  • Riley Packaging bids to buy Panpaper Kenya Limited
  • About Royal Palms Estate, A Development of Nationwide Properties Limited


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