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Mongolia Additional Service Providers: Vehicle Rental, Taxi Companies, Freight Forwarding Agents, Handling Equipment, Power Generation and ISPs

For information on Mongolia additional service provider contact details, please see the following link: 

4.8 Mongolia Additional Service Provision Contact List

Vehicle Rental

There are a number of rental car companies in Ulaanbaatar.  For travel out of the capital a 4WD vehicle is recommended.

Taxi Companies

Ulaanbaatar and a couple of the larger city have taxi companies, but generally any car on the street is a taxi.  You just flag down a car that will stop.

Freight Forwarding Agents

There are a number of freight forwarders in Mongolia that are able to provide a variety of services.  Sukhbaatar, Zamyn Uud, Bulgan and Ulaanbaatar ports of entry all have freight forwarders at the border/airport.

Electricity and Power 

Electricity in Mongolia is 230 volts. The primary source of electricity is coal. Power in the western provinces is supplied from Russia. Electricity - production: 4.5 billion kWh (2010, Mundi Index). The primary source of electricity is coal. Power in the western provinces of Uvs, Bayan Olgii and Khovd is supplied from Russia.

Energy sector:

  • Ulaanbaatar Electricity Distribution Network Joint Stock Company
  • Baganuur and East-Southern Region Electricity Distribution Network Joint Stock Company
  • Power Plant IV Joint Stock Company
  • Erdenet Power Plant Joint Stock Company
  • Baganuur Power Plant Joint Stock Company
  • Hovd Electricity Distribution Network Joint Stock Company
  • Western Region Electricity Transmission Networks Joint Stock Company
  • Uvs, Ulaangom Electricity Distribution Network Joint Stock Company

Electricity - imports: 214.1 million kWh (2010, Index Mundi)
Electricity - exports: 20.7 million kWh (2010, Index Mundi)

Internet Service Providers (ISPs)

There are a number of ISP providers in Mongolia. Magicnet was the first ISP provider company in Mongolia and holds significant market share in terms of providing internet access in Mongolia. Internet usage has grown rapidly in the last few years. In 2000, there were 30,000 users, but by 2007 there were more than 250,000 users.

Internet Service Providers

Are there ISPs available?

(Yes / No)

Yes

Private or Government

Private - MCS Com, Magicnet, Mobinet

Dial-up only (Yes / No)

no

Approximate Rates

Dial-up:

20,000T per month

Broadband:

 700,000 for 3MBPS approximately

Max leasable ‘dedicated’ bandwidth

5MBPS

For information on Mongolia additional service provider contact details, please see the following link: 4.8 Mongolia Additional Service Provision Contact List