Democratic Republic of Congo

Democratic Republic of Congo

Country Name 

Democratic Republic of Congo 

Official Country Name 

Democratic Republic of Congo 

Assessment Details 

From  

25 July 2022 

To 

31 December 2022 

Name of Assessor 

Nicolas Bouchot 

Title and Position 

LCA Officer 

Contact 

nicolas.bouchot@wfp.org 
 

 

Chapter Name of Assessor Organisation Date Updated

1 Democratic Republic of Congo Country Profile

Nicolas Bouchot  WFP December 2022
1.1 Democratic Republic of Congo Humanitarian Background Nicolas Bouchot  WFP December 2022
1.2 Democratic Republic of Congo Regulatory Departments Nicolas Bouchot  WFP December 2022
1.3 Democratic Republic of Congo Customs Information Philippe Tissier WFP November 2015

2 Democratic Republic of Congo Logistics Infrastructure

Philippe Tissier WFP November 2015
2.1 Democratic Republic of Congo Port Assessment Nicolas Bouchot  WFP December 2022
2.1.1 Democratic Republic of Congo Port of Matadi Nicolas Bouchot  WFP December 2022
2.1.2 Democratic Republic of Congo Port of Matadi -TICOM Nicolas Bouchot  WFP December 2022
2.1.3 Democratic Republic of Congo Port of Boma Nicolas Bouchot  WFP December 2022
2.1.4 Democratic Republic of Congo Port of Banana Nicolas Bouchot  WFP December 2022
2.1.5 Democratic Republic of Congo Port of Kalundu Nicolas Bouchot  WFP December 2022
2.1.6 Democratic Republic of Congo Port of Goma Nicolas Bouchot  WFP December 2022
2.1.7 Democratic Republic of Congo Port of Bukavu Nicolas Bouchot  WFP December 2022
2.1.8 Democratic Republic of Congo Port of Kisangani Philippe Tissier WFP November 2015
2.1.9 Democratic Republic of Congo Port of Pweto Philippe Tissier WFP November 2015
2.1.10 Democratic Republic of Congo Port of Kindu Philippe Tissier WFP November 2015
2.1.11 Democratic Republic of Congo Port of Bunia – Kasenyi Philippe Tissier WFP November 2015
2.1.12 Democratic Republic of Congo Port of Ubundu Philippe Tissier WFP November 2015
2.1.13 Democratic Republic of Congo Port of Mbandaka Philippe Tissier WFP November 2015
2.1.14 Democratic Republic of Congo Port(s) of Kinshasa Philippe Tissier WFP November 2015
2.1.15 Democratic Republic of Congo Port oKalémie Philippe Tissier WFP November 2015
2.1.16 Democratic Republic of Congo Port of Kivovo Nicolas Bouchot  WFP December 2022
2.1.18 Democratic Republic of Congo Port of Kasenga Nicolas Bouchot  WFP December 2022
2.1.19 Democratic Republic of Congo Port of Ilebo Nicolas Bouchot  WFP December 2022
2.2 Democratic Republic of Congo Aviation Nicolas Bouchot  WFP December 2022
2.2.1 Democratic Republic of Congo Kinshasa N'Djili Senior International Airport Philippe Tissier WFP November 2015
2.2.2 Democratic Republic of Congo Goma International Airport Nicolas Bouchot  WFP December 2022
2.2.3 Democratic Republic of Congo Lubumbashi First Class International Airport (Category 1) Philippe Tissier WFP November 2015
2.2.4 Democratic Republic of Congo Gbadolite First Class National Airport (Category 2) Philippe Tissier WFP November 2015
2.2.5 Democratic Republic of Congo Kisangani / Bangoka First Class National Airport (Category 2) Philippe Tissier WFP November 2015
2.2.6 Democratic Republic of Congo Kamuvu National Airport Nicolas Bouchot  WFP December 2022
2.2.7 Democratic Republic of Congo Kinshasa N'Dolo Second Class National Airport (Category 1) Philippe Tissier WFP November 2015
2.2.8 Democratic Republic of Congo Bunia National Airport (Category 2) Philippe Tissier WFP November 2015
2.2.9 Democratic Republic Congo Kalemie Second Class National Airport (Category 2) Isaac Ikele WFP September 2018
2.2.10 Democratic Republic of Congo Kindu Second Class National Airport (Category 2) Philippe Tissier WFP November 2015
2.2.11 Democratic Republic of Congo Butembo Second Class National Airport (Category 2) Cheikh Mousseit WFP November 2018
2.2.12 Democratic Republic of Congo Kananga National Airport Nicolas Bouchot  WFP December 2022
2.2.13 Democratic Republic of Congo Mbuji Mayi National Airport Nicolas Bouchot  WFP December 2022

2.3 Democratic Republic of Congo Road Network

Philippe Tissier WFP November 2015
2.4 Democratic Republic of Congo Railway Assessment Philippe Tissier WFP November 2015

2.5 Democratic Republic of Congo Waterways Assessment

Philippe Tissier WFP November 2015
2.6 Democratic Republic of Congo Storage Assessment Philippe Tissier WFP November 2015
2.7 Democratic Republic of Congo Milling Assessment Philippe Tissier WFP November 2015

3 Democratic Republic of Congo Logistics Services

Philippe Tissier WFP November 2015
3.1 Democratic Republic of Congo Fuel WFP WFP July 2022
3.2 Democratic Republic of Congo Transporters Nicolas Bouchot WFP December 2022

3.3 Democratic Republic of Congo Manual Labor Costs

Philippe Tissier WFP November 2015
3.4 Democratic Republic of Congo Telecommunications Nicolas Bouchot WFP December 2022
3.5 Democratic Republic of Congo Food and Additional Suppliers Philippe Tissier WFP November 2015

3.6 Democratic Republic of Congo Additional Services

Nicolas Bouchot WFP December 2022

4 Democratic Republic of Congo Contact Lists

Nicolas Bouchot WFP December 2022
4.1 Democratic Republic of Congo Government Contact List Nicolas Bouchot WFP December 2022
4.2 Democratic Republic of Congo Humanitarian Agency Contact List Philippe Tissier WFP November 2015
4.3 Democratic Republic of Congo Laboratory and Quality Testing Company Contact List Nicolas Bouchot WFP December 2022
4.4 Democratic Republic of Congo Port and Waterways Company Contact List Nicolas Bouchot WFP December 2022
4.5 Democratic Republic of Congo Airport Company Contact List Nicolas Bouchot WFP December 2022

4.6 Democratic Republic of Congo Storage and Milling Company Contact List

Thony Kadogo WFP December 2017
4.7 Democratic Republic of Congo Fuel Provider Contact List Thony Kadogo WFP December 2017
4.8 Democratic Republic of Congo Transporter Contact List Nicolas Bouchot WFP December 2022
4.9 Democratic Republic of Congo Additional Service Provision Contact List Philippe Tissier WFP November 2015
4.10 Democratic Republic of Congo Railway Company Contact List Esther Mabwa WFP September 2021

5 Democratic Republic of Congo Annexes

Nicolas Bouchot WFP December 2022
5.1 Democratic Republic of Congo Acronyms and Abbreviations Nicolas Bouchot WFP December 2022

Democratic Republic of Congo - 1 Democratic Republic of Congo Country Profile

Generic Information 

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Country overview

The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is a country in Central Africa and located in sub-Saharan Africa, bordered to the northwest by the Republic of the Congo, to the north by the Central African Republic, to the northeast by South Sudan, to the east by Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi, and by Tanzania (across Lake Tanganyika), to the south and southeast by Zambia, to the southwest by Angola, and to the west by the South Atlantic Ocean and the Cabinda exclave of Angola. 

By area, it is the second-largest country in Africa and the 11th-largest in the world. With a population of around 108 million, the Democratic Republic of the Congo is the most populous officially Francophone country in the world. The capital and largest city is Kinshasa, which is also the world's most populous Francophone city and largest city in Africa. It is the third largest African city in metropolitan area after Lagos and Cairo. 

The Democratic Republic of the Congo is extremely rich in natural resources but has suffered from political instability, a lack of infrastructure, corruption, and centuries of both commercial and colonial extraction and exploitation with little widespread development” (Source: Wikipedia). 

Generic country information can be located from sources which are regularly maintained and reflect current facts and figures. For a generic country overview, please consult the following sources: 

Democratic Republic of Congo Wikipedia Country Information  

Democratic Republic of Congo International Monetary Fund Country Information  

Democratic Republic of Congo Economist Intelligence Unit Information*  
(*Note: this is a paid service) 

Humanitarian Info 

Democratic Republic of Congo World Food Programme Information  

Democratic Republic of Congo UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Information  

Facts and Figures 

Democratic Republic of Congo Wolfram Alpha Information  

Democratic Republic of Congo World Bank Information  

Democratic Republic of Congo Population Information  

Democratic Republic of Congo - 1.1 The Democratic Republic of Congo Humanitarian Background

Disasters, Conflicts and Migration 

Natural Disasters 

Type 

Occurs 

Comments / Details 

Drought 

Yes  

Climate change is affecting the country with drought period in few provinces like Nord Kivu and Haut Katanga 

Earthquakes 

Yes 

A 300 km wide strip on the eastern side of the country is exposed to a frequent level of seismic activity 

Epidemics 

Yes 

Ongoing degrees of epidemic disease outbursts of various sources.  Bacterial and Protozoal diarrhea, Cholera, Hepatitis A, B Typhoid Fever, Cholera, Plague and African Trypanosomiasis (sleeping sickness), water contact disease Ebola, Measles, Poliomyelitis, HIV and Covid 19 outbreak 

Extreme Temperatures 

No 

However, the country is facing the consequence of climate change and the government has launched the Plan National d'Adaptation aux changements climatiques (PNA). 
(Source: Ministère de l’Environnement et du développement durable) 

Flooding 

Yes 

Cities and countryside are often affected by heavy rainfall during the past years with casualties and damaged infrastructure. The population living along the Congo river is particularly impacted 

Insect Infestation 

Yes 

Migratory locusts (2020) 

Mudslides 

Yes 

Frequent landslides in the Eastern DRC due to heavy rainfalls and seismic activity 

Volcanic Eruptions 

Yes 

4 of 5 volcanoes in the country are considered as still active. 

Nyiragongo volcano erupted last May 2022 for the first time since 2002 with a magnitude 4 on the Richter scale  

(Source: Worlddata.info

High Waves / Surges 

No 

n/a 

Wildfires 

Yes 

Farmers use an agrarian technique called “culture sur brûlis”, which consists of setting fire to plots of land after harvest to prepare for the next agricultural season. However, this practice is often the cause of vast fires of forests as observed during the past years 

High Winds 

No 

n/a 

Other Comments 

Because of the presence of trapped pockets of highly explosive gas (methane) at the bottom of Kivu Lake, scientists say that there is likelihood that these could be released, creating a dangerous hazard of explosion in case of contact with flames on the surface. That would necessitate a total evacuation of people from Goma, Gisenyi, the Lake Kivu surrounds, Bukavu, Cyangugu and Kibuye.  

Man-Made Issues 

Civil Strife 

Yes  

Ongoing in Eastern DRC for more 25 years (Kivu, Ituri and Kasai regions). In July 2022, protests took place in Goma in front of several bases of the Mission de l’ Organisation des Nations Unies pour la Stabilisation en Rd. Congo (MONUSCO) as well as in the cities of Beni, Butembo and Uvira 

International Conflict 

n/a 

Rebels, armed groups and militias are operating in Eastern DRC with financial and military support from neighbors' countries to create instability inside the country  

Internally Displaced Persons 

Yes 

5,7 million internally displacements in DRC’s eastern provinces of Kivu, Ituri and Kasai regions in 2022 (Source: WFP situation report

Refugees Present 

Yes 

As of March 31, 2022, the DRC hosts 522,121 refugees  

from Central African Republic, Rwanda, Burundi and South Sudan (Source: UNHCR

Landmines / UXO Present 

Yes 

North Kivu, Ituri, South Kivu and Tanganyika (Source: UNMAS

Other Comments 

n/a 

For a more detailed database on disasters by country, please see the Centre for Research on Epidemiology of Disasters.

Seasonal Effects on Logistics Capacities 

Seasonal Effects on Transport 

Transport Type 

Time Frame 

Comments / Details 

Primary Road Transport 

Wet season: October to April 

Dry season: May to September 

The 3,294 km of asphalt primary roads out of the 58,129 km are passable in all seasons despite the presence of potholes. The remaining 54,835 km is hardly passable during rainy season due to ruts and mud. During dry season, roads may become very sandy/muddy thus sometimes impassable, making heavy cargo loads difficult to transport. Trucks are often stranded until piles of sand are cleared. 

Secondary Road Transport 

Wet season: October to April 

Dry season: May to September 

 

The 86,871 km secondary road network is not paved and large parts of it are severely affected during rainy season, which makes it often inaccessible. During dry season, roads become sandy, muddy and dirty, thus hardly passable. This network if sometimes composed of what became more bicycle tracks than vehicle paths.  

Rail Transport 

n/a 

The 5,000 km network split into four non-interconnected zones remains defective due to poor maintenance and a lack of investment to modernize the railway infrastructure. This situation is causing many deadly derailments  

Air Transport 

Depend on the provinces for bad weather. 

The DRC’s domestic air transport services have a worrisome safety record due to aging aircraft, human error and harsh weather including heavy rains and storms during rainy seasons. The Congolese air fleet has been blacklisted by the European Union for decades due to the high number of crashes. Under the Projet Prioritaire de Sécurité Aérienne Phase 2 (PPSA 2), the current government is working to normalize this sector and to comply with the international standards of Civil Aviation 

Waterway Transport 

Wet season: October to April 

Dry season: May to September 

 

More sandbars appear during the dry seasons preventing the passage of heavy boats. Moreover, a significant lack of regular dredging operations is affecting traffic among several rivers 

Road transport in general in the DRC is slowed down during the rainy season as the travel time is extended by almost 40% due to the poor state of roads. Waterway transport is reduced or suspended during the dry season due to a lack or slow level to circulate among the rivers. Regarding both air and rail transportation, the main issues are poor maintenance and a lack of modern infrastructure causing accidents. 

Seasonal Effects on Storage and Handling 

Activity Type 

Time Frame 

Comments / Details 

Storage 

October to April 

Humidity affecting warehouse walls and floors in the rainy season 

Handling 

October to April 

Delay, slipping of workers and goods, muddy waterways ports preventing safe handling and transportation. 

Other 

n/a 

n/a 

Transporters must protect and cover their shipments with tarpaulins to avoid any losses and damage by the rain. Refurbishment and maintenance of warehouses to be completed prior to the rainy season to avoid flooding and roof leakage. Due to the poor road condition during this period, buffer and pre-stock to be anticipated especially for humanitarian response in remote areas. 
 

Capacity and Contacts for In-Country Emergency Response 

GOVERNMENT

In 2010, an emergency rescue plan - Organisation de secours en cas de catastrophe (ORSEC) - defining the general framework of constitutional emergency response was developed and will be revised on a yearly basis. 
 
In January 2013, the government created the Cadre National de Concertation Humanitaire (CNCH) 
to improve the exchange of humanitarian information enabling more efficient humanitarian responses and to ensure a better transition between humanitarian action and development, 
The CNCH, co-chaired by the Prime Minister and the Coordinator humanitarian, is a mechanism that enables advocacy on access issues on a national level. At the provincial level, the CNCH’s mission allows periodic exchanges between humanitarian actors and provincial authorities to facilitate access to populations in need. The discussions will continue directly with the Ministries responsible for raising issues administrative and tax barriers on humanitarian imports as well as the procedures and approaches close to the recognition and legality of NGOs. 
 
Last 2019, the government launched its Plan National Stratégique de Développement 2019-2023 (PNDS), which includes objectives related to humanitarian action in country such as reducing disaster risk and responding to humanitarian crises. (Source: Article A.9 Affaires Humanitaires
 
Last 2020, the government responded to the Covid 19 Outbreak with a twelve months dedicated national strategic plan to fight the virus with the support of the humanitarian community in the country. 
 

For more information on government contact details, please see the following link:

4.1 Government Contact List 
 

HUMANITARIAN COMMUNITY

As of August 2022, more than 350 international and national organizations are operating in the country. In 2022, as per the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), the humanitarian situation in the DRC remains critical and complex for millions of Congolese, and the humanitarian organization estimated that 27 million people will need some sort of humanitarian assistance in 2022. This includes food, water, medicine, shelter, protection, etc. Of the 27 million people in need of assistance, 8.8 million people are considered the most vulnerable and will be targeted with aid. 
Then, according to the International Security Organization (INSO), the DRC remains one of the most dangerous countries in the world for aid workers. Between January 2021 and January 2022, 268 security incidents against international non-governmental organizations staff were reported, including 36 kidnappings, 29 injuries and 7 deaths. 
 
For more information on humanitarian response, please the Humanitarian Response Plan 2022 (HRP).  

For more information on humanitarian agency contact details, please see the following link:

4.2 Humanitarian Agency Contact List 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 1.2 Democratic Republic of Congo Regulatory Departments

Regional Organizations and Trade Agreements 

DRC is a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and is one of the 21 Member States forming the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA), the largest Regional Economic Community (REC) in Africa.  
DRC has become the 7th Partner State of the East African Community (EAC) last July 2022 and is also a member of the following regional organizations: 

  • Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS

  • Southern African Development Community (SADC

  • African Trade Insurance Agency (ATI

  • Economic Community of the Great Lakes Countries (ECGLC) 

Regulatory Agencies 

DRC has numerous regulatory bodies to set standards of the economy and then to enforce those standards: 
 
Control and Quality Assurance: The Office Congolais de Control (OCC) conducts inspection, certification, testing or analysis and metrology of products (import-export, locally made) with reference to national, regional and/or international standards. 
 
Telecommunication: The Autorité de Régulation de la Poste et des Télécommunications (ARPTC) ensures compliance with laws, regulations and conventions in the field of posts and telecommunications. 
 
Civil Aviation Authority: The Autorité de l’Aviation Civile de la République Démocratique du Congo (AAC) guarantees the operations, the safety, security, regularity, economy, and efficiency of the national aeronautical activity. 
 

Energy: The Autorité de Régulation du Secteur de l’Electricité (ARE) monitors and controls the application of the principles and rules of transparency, free competition, standards and norms in the electricity sector. 

Pharmaceutical: The Agence Congolaise de Réglementation Pharmaceutique (ACOREP) protects the public health through the establishment of adequate regulation and a control system for pharmaceutical and medical products, request of as well as  managing permit requests  for importing medicine import in country (Direction de la Pharmacie et du Médicament

Laboratory and quality testing companies 

The Office Congolais de Control (OCC) conducts inspection, certification, testing or analysis and metrology of products (import-export, locally made) with reference to national, regional and/or international standards. 

The Institut National de Recherche Biomédicale (INRB) is a public establishment under to the Ministry of Health with the aim to contribute to the improvement of the health of the population by biomedical analyzes, biomedical research, surveillance of diseases with epidemic potential… 
 
The International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) is a non-profit institution that generates agricultural innovations to meet Africa’s most pressing challenges of hunger, malnutrition, poverty, and natural resource degradation. IITA runs a laboratory in Bukavu with the latest technology and equipment. 

The Laboratoire National de Contrôle de Qualité des produits de santé (LNCQ) is a new public institution inaugurated last December 2021 with the aim to perform drug quality control and monitoring. 
 
The International Modern laboratory (IML) is providing diagnostic services with a wide range of test (e.g. biochemistry, parasitology, microbiology…) in Lubumbashi. 

Inspections Companies & Pre-shipment inspection 

Bureau Veritas BIVAC is operating in DRC as an appointed company by OCC and performings pre-export verification of goods imported into the country to enhance the compliance of products to Congolese or international standards (Ministerial decree No. 003/CAB/MIN.COM.EXT/2017 dd. 03/04/2017). 
 
For more information on regulatory departments and quality control laboratories’ contact details, please see the following links:4.1 Government Contact List and 4.3 Laboratory and Quality Testing Company Contact List.
 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 1.3 Democratic Republic of Congo Customs Information

Customs clearance at the main port of Matadi is hampered by numerous factors such as the lack of quay and adequate equipment.

As a result, the required 10 days to unload a ship can be extended and thus delay the customs clearance procedure.

Duties and Tax Exemption

For contact information regarding government custom authorities, please follow the link below: 

4.1 Democratic Republic of Congo Government Contact List

There was a way of bypassing the normal procedure in order to quickly take control of goods in DRC in case of emergency. But the law changed this year. This new procedure is called ‘Déclaration Provisoire et/ou Incomplète’ (or ‘Uncompleted and/or Temporary Declaration’) and is established by a circular from DGDA dated back in September 2015. Scanned PDF of Custom Authority (in attachment):

Circulaire 008 12 septembre 2015

Instruction DGDA 001 12 octobre 2015

This procedure applies to all donated goods to the UN or NGOs operating in DRC and is the same for all sea, land, and air entry points. The list of goods that fall under the duties and taxes exemption can be found on article 339 of the 2010 DRC Customs code.

At this stage, it is too early to know exactly what the major changes and difficulties aid organizations will face. The DGDA itself is unsure how in practice it will happen. Potential changes include:

  • Shipments will still be allowed to get out of custom facilities, but it will no longer be possible to proceed with more than one shipment at a time. This may delay humanitarian operations if relief goods are coming in different shipments.
  • Every shipment must be cleared within 14 days, which question the ability of DGDA and the Forwarding Agents to deal with that in such a short period of time.
  • An unclear definition of relief items – “emergency shipments in case of disasters” – could be interpreted as not covering all types of goods imported by aid organizations.

Unfortunately, the same month (October 2015), other information was released about the Quality Control procedure. Since 2006, and until October 2015, the national agency for control Office Congolais de Controle (OCC) was assisted by VERITAS (locally known in DRC as BIVAC) for controlling goods abroad departing to DRC. This had considerably helped  the controls process at domestic level, as OCC agents had less work to do and could focus only on goods not checked by BIVAC (= where VERITAS had no offices at the departing point and therefore couldn’t check the goods).

It seems that the contract between BIVAC and DRC has not been renewed and, consequently, the OCC will have to do all the controls itself. The economic operators in DRC have serious doubts about their capacity to do it and are afraid of additional delays for releasing goods. Please note that OCC takes samples of almost every types of item entering in the country, and charge for it (for standard checking and lab analysis). The OCC price catalogue is available in Kinshasa.

Emergency Response:

[Note: This section contains information which is related and applicable to 'crisis' times. These instruments can be applied when an emergency is officially declared by the Government.  When this occurs, there is usually a streamlined process to import goods duty and tax free.]

In the following table, state which of the following agreements and conventions apply to the country and if there are any other existing ones

Agreements / Conventions Description

Ratified by Country?

(Yes / No)

WCO (World Customs Organization) member

01.01.1993 (Source: World Customs Organization Membership website)

Annex J-5 Revised Kyoto Convention

Yes

OCHA Model Agreement

No information

Tampere Convention (on the Provision of Telecommunication Resources for Disaster Mitigation and Relief Operations)

No

Regional Agreements (on emergency/disaster response, but also customs unions, regional integration)

Yes

Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA)

  • DR Congo is one of the 19 Member States forming the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA), the largest Regional Economic Community (REC) in Africa.

Having successfully launched its Customs Union in 2009, COMESA is continuing on the road of regional integration by supporting the continual creation of better investment conditions, making it an increasingly internationally competitive economic community.

Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS)

  • DR Congo is one of the 11 Member States forming the Economic Community of Central and Eastern Africa States (ECCAS), the Regional Economic Community (REC)

Southern African Development Community (SADC)

  • Currently SADC has a membership of 15 Members including DRC.

Economic Community of the Great Lakes Countries (ECGLC)

  • DR Congo is one of the 3 members of the Economic Community of the Great Lakes Countries (ECGLC). ECGLC membership includes Burundi, DR Congo and Rwanda

African Trade Insurance Agency (ATI)

  • DR Congo is a Member of the African Trade Insurance Agency (ATI), one of the COMESA Institutions. ATI is a multilateral financial institution providing export credit insurance, political risk insurance, investment insurance and other financial products to help reduce the business risks and costs of doing business in Africa. ATI facilitates exports, foreign direct investment into and trade flows within the continent

(Source: DR Congo Investment Promotion Agency)

Exemption Regular Regime (Non-Emergency Response)

[Note: This section should contain information on the usual duties & taxes exemption regime during non-emergency times, when there is no declared state of emergency and no streamlines process (e.g. regular importations/development/etc.).]

DR Congo’s tax and duties system is based on a three-pillar structure:

  1. Direction Générale des Impôts: the Directorate General for taxation is responsible for all matters relating to the basis, control, recovery and disputes of taxation in the DR Congo. These competences are exclusive and the DGI has to give account for their actions to the Minister of Finance.
  2. Direction Générale des Douanes et Accises: the Directorate General for customs and excise taxation is competent in the fields of collection of duties, surveillance of State borders, and finding customs and excise infractions.
  3. Direction Générale des Recettes Administratives, Judiciaires, Domaniales et de Participations: the Directorate General for fees, dues and royalties is also placed directly under the authority of the Minister of Finance and its mission includes the collection of all fees, dues and royalties due in the DR Congo.

The Decree Law dated February 10, 1969 relating to income tax describes the main income tax requirements (Income Tax Decree). Most income related taxes are governed by this text but there are also other taxes set out in specific regulations.

Customs

Following a modernisation process under impulse of the Directorate General of Customs and Excises, a new Customs Code has been proclaimed by the President by means of Ordinance-Law nr. 10/002 dated 20 August 2010 which entered into force on the 21st of February 2011.

  • Declarations: besides the normal regime where a declaration must be done three days after the arrival of the goods, a new regime allowing declarations prior to arrival of the goods has been installed, thus allowing to anticipate and facilitate the release of goods. Moreover, there is also a possibility to make a provisional or incomplete prior declaration and, if necessary, modify the latter.
  • Representation: one of the other novelties is the possibility to have a representative take care of the customs formalities.

Important Laws

  • Decree n°011/42 of November 22nd, 2011 regarding implementation measures of the Government
  • Decree n°10/001 of August 20th, 2010 regarding institution of the Value Added Tax;
  • Ministerial Decree n°065/CAB/MIN/FINANCES/2011 of 29th November, 2011 determining the complementary repayment mode of the
  • Value Added Tax credit;
  • Ministerial Decree n°071/CAB/MIN/FINANCES/2011 of 30th December, 2011 suspending the collection of the Value Added Tax on some vital commodities;
  • Interministerial Decree n°019/CAB/MINAFFET/2011 and n°317/CAB/MINFINANCES/2011 of 23rd December, 2011 which institute a commission in charge of examining quotas of goods intended to official usage of consular and diplomatic missions and representations of international organizations to be exempted from the Value Added Tax;
  • Ministerial Decree n°072/CAB/MIN/FINANCES/2011 of 30th December, 2011 suspending the collection of the Value Added Tax on import for producing oil companies and mining enterprises depending on conventional regime;
  • Ministerial Decree n°067/CAB/MIN/FINANCES/2011 of 29th November, 2011 determining approval conditions of tax representatives of indebted people for Value Added Tax established or domiciled out of the Democratic Republic of Congo;
  • Interministerial decree n°016/CAB/MIN/SANTE/2011 and n°328/CAB/MIN/FINANCES/2011 of the 28th December, 2011 determining the list of pharmaceutical inputs exempted from the ValueAdded Tax;
  • Ministerial decree n°037/CAB/FINANCES/2011 of 11th August, 2011 regarding change of the liability threshold at Value Added Tax; Memorandum n°01/0197/DGI/DG/CR/TSHI 2011 regarding provision on the mode of statements of stocks by the retailer of imported products.(Source: DR Congo Investment Promotion Agency)

 

Other national customs legislation lists:

Nouveau code douanier 

Les lois 

Les décrets lois 

Arrêtés ministériels 

Instructions et note de service 

(Source: Direction Générale des Douanes et Accises)

Customs regimes:

Import customs regime (Refer to the DRC 2010 customs code for more details)

Transit regime (Refer to the DRC 2010 customs code for more details)

Export customs regime (Refer to the DRC 2010 customs code for more details)

Particular customs regime including duties and taxes exemption regime (Refer to the DRC 2010 customs code for more details)

For the customs department organization chart, please go to http://douanes.gouv.cd/

Organizational Requirements to obtain Duty Free Status

United Nations Agencies

A letter of agreement (Lettre d’entente) to be written and submitted to the Ministry of Foreign affairs for registration and 100% duty free status.

The letter should include the following:

  1. The nature and the scope of the agencies work (e.g. Food Aid)
  2. The projected area of operation
  3. The type of goods to be imported along with the taxes exemption on those goods.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs will reply to the Letter of Agreement by notifying the organization of its duty free status. The process takes less than one month and no cost is involved.

The duty free status is recognized to UN agencies in accordance with the Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the United nations of February 1946.

Non Governmental Organizations

Locals and International NGOs are governed by the law #004/2001 of July 20th 2001 on General provision for Non profit organization and utility institutions in DR Congo.

NGOs should have prior registration with their sectorial Ministry and be authorized by the Ministry of Justice.

Tax exemptions are granted by the Ministry of Plan.

Tax exemption procedure for Local NGOs:

  1. Order from the Ministry of Justice providing legal personality or the provisional authorization to operate from the sectorial ministry or the Governor of the province or the acknowledgement confirming the submission of the request to the Ministry of justice.
  2. Favorable opinion on tax exemption from the sectorial ministry.
  3. The Project the items are being purchased for.
  4. The Certifcate of registration delivered by the Ministry of Plan.
  5. The bylaws of the Non profit organization certified by a notary.
  6. The joint ministerial order from the minstry of Plan and Finance.

Tax exemption procedure for INGO

  1. The framework agreement with the DRC Government.
  2. Favorable opinion on tax exemption from the sectorial ministry.
  3. The Project the items are being purchased for.
  4. The Certifcate of registration delivered by the Ministry of Plan.
  5. The bylaws of the Non profit organization certified by a notary.
  6. The joint ministerial order from the minstry of Plan and Finance.

Please refer to the Guide pratique pour la constitution des ONG en République Démocratique du Congofor the detailed procedure of the registration of local and International NGOs.

PDF: Guide pratique pour la constitution des ONG en RDC

Exemption Certificate Application Procedure

Duties and Taxes Exemption Application Procedure

Generalities (include a list of necessary documentation)

Process to be followed (step by step or flowchart)

UN agencies

First step:

At least 7 days before the arrival of the goods in the DRC by air, sea or road, the following documents must be submitted by the UN agency to the clearing agent:

Documents of origin

  • Certificate of Origin

Commercial documents

  • Invoice
  • Packing List

Transport documents

  • Bill of Lading (bill of lading) or Air Way Bill (Air Waybill)

Administrative documents

  • Donation or Gift certificate
  • Health certificate
  • phytosanitary certificate
  • Import license
  • Certificate of Insurance

To secure the donation certificate, Some UN agencies like, WFP, use to submit a request for gift certificate to their line ministry (the Ministry of Social Affairs, Humanitarian Action and National Solidarity.) The contact person is M. Mathieu Mikobi (see 4.2.1 Democratic Republic of Congo Government Contact List  for further details)

Second step :

The clearing agent will fill in the declaration of duty exemption on importation form (IE) and will submit it together with the commercial, transport,  origin and administrative documents to the Directorate General of Customs and Excise (DGDA)

Third step

Once the declaration on import duty exemption form (IE) is approved and stamped by DGDA, the clearing agent returns it to the UN agency which submits it along with the shipping documents of the goods to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs together with the Note Verbale.

The approval period of the Note Verbale varies from two (2) to ten (10) days depending on the applicant organizations.

Fourth step

Once the approval of the ‘’Note Verbale’’ is obtained from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the entire document comprising of the shipping documents, the ‘’Note Verbale’’ and the approved declaration on import duty exemption form (IE) must be handed over to the clearing agent  for starting the clearance process of the goods. In practice, the clearing agent ensures that the documents are sealed at the point of entry by various departments of DGDA.
Then the goods will be inspected by the OCC. The documents requested by the OCC are:

  • Bill of Lading (Bill of Lading) or  Air Way Bill (Air Waybill) or consignment not
  • Packing List
  • Certificate of origin etc..

The goods will be released after completion of all four steps.

NGOs

First step :

At least 7 days before the arrival of the goods in the DRC by air, sea or road, the following documents including the framework agreement and the inter ministerial decree must be submitted by the NGO to the clearing agent:

Documents of origin

  • Certificate of Origin

Commercial documents

  • Invoice
  • Packing List

Transport documents

  • Bill of Lading (bill of lading) or Air Way Bill (Air Waybill)

Administrative documents

  • Donation or Gift certificate
  • Health certificate
  • phytosanitary certificate
  • Import license
  • Certificate of Insurance

Second step :

The clearing agent will fill in the declaration of duty exemption on importation form (IE) and will submit it together with the commercial, transport, origin and administrative documents to the Directorate General of Customs and Excise (DGDA)

Third step

Once the declaration on import duty exemption form (IE) is approved and stamped by DGDA, the clearing agent will submit them to the DGDA at the point of entry of the goods and start the clearing process in the same condition as in the fourth step for the UNs above.

For an overview of the Process of the Duties and Taxes Exemption Application Procedure in Flowcharts, please select the following document: Democratic Republic of Congo Customs Information Additional Information

Exemption Certificate Document Requirements

Duties and Taxes Exemption Certificate Document Requirements (by commodity)

 

Food

NFI (Shelter, WASH, Education)

Medicines

Vehicle & Spare Parts

Staff & Office Supplies

Telecoms Equipment

Invoice

Yes,

1 Original

1 Copy

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes,

1 Original

1 Copy

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes,

1 Original

1 Copy

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes,

1 Original

1 Copy

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes,

1 Original

1 Copy

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes,

1 Original

1 Copy

Applies to UN and NGOs

AWB/BL/Other Transport Documents

Yes,

1 Original

AWB or BL

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes,

1 Original

AWB or BL

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes,

1 Original

1 Copy

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes,

1 Original

1 Copy

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes,

1 Original

1 Copy

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes,

1 Original

1 Copy

Applies to UN and NGOs

Donation/Non-Commercial Certificates

Yes,

1 Original

1 Copy

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes,

1 Original

1 Copy

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes,

1 Original

1 Copy

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes,

1 Original

1 Copy

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes,

1 Original

1 Copy

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes,

1 Original

1 Copy

Applies to UN and NGOs

Packing Lists

Yes

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes

Applies to UN and NGOs

Other Documents

IE Form (Applies to UN and NGOs

Note Verbale(Applies to UN )

Interministerial ordinance(Applies to NGOs)

IE Form (Applies to UN and NGOs

Note Verbale(Applies to UN )

Interministerial ordinance(Applies to NGOs)

IE Form (Applies to UN and NGOs

Note Verbale(Applies to UN )

Interministerial ordinance(Applies to NGOs)

IE Form (Applies to UN and NGOs

Note Verbale(Applies to UN )

Interministerial ordinance(Applies to NGOs)

IE Form (Applies to UN and NGOs

Note Verbale(Applies to UN )

Interministerial ordinance(Applies to NGOs)

IE Form (Applies to UN and NGOs

Note Verbale(Applies to UN )

Interministerial ordinance(Applies to NGOs)

Additional Notes

No difference between UNs and NGOs regarding the shipping documents e.g commercial documents, transport documents, administrative documents and documents of origin.

Customs Clearance

General Information

DRC has adopted the SYDONIA software project with the aim of improving its customs clearance efficiency.

The system had yield significant results by reducing the lead time for customs clearance completion as well as strengthening the customs control and increasing revenue collected by customs authorities.(Source:UNCTAD)

Customs Information

Document Requirements

Documents of origin

  • Certificate of Origin

Commercial documents

  • Invoice
  • Packing List

Transport documents

  • Bill of Lading or Air Way Bill or Consignment Note

Administrative documents

  • Donation or Gift certificate
  • Health certificate (if applicable)
  • Phytosanitary certificate (if applicable)
  • Import license (if applicable)
  • Certificate of Insurance

       Approved Declaration  of duty exemption on  importation

       form(IE Form)

       Note verbale and Letter of Agreement (Applies to UN)

       Interministerial ordinance(rête interministériel) and

       framework

       Agreement (Accord cadre) (NGOs)

Embargoes

DRC Information on Embargoes

Prohibited Items

DRC Information on prohibited items

General Restrictions

DRC Information on general restrictions

Customs Clearance Document Requirements

Customs Clearance Document Requirements (by commodity)

 

Food

NFI (Shelter, WASH, Education)

Medicines

Vehicles & Spare Parts

Staff & Office Supplies

Telecoms Equipment

D&T Exemption Certificate

Yes,

1 Original

1 Copy

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes,

1 Original

1 Copy

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes,

1 Original

1 Copy

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes,

1 Original

1 Copy

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes,

1 Original

1 Copy

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes,

1 Original

1 Copy

Applies to UN and NGOs

Invoice

Yes,

1 Original

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes,

1 Original

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes,

1 Original

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes,

1 Original

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes,

1 Original

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes,

1 Original

Applies to UN and NGOs

AWB/BL/Other Transport Documents

Yes,

1 Original

1 Copy

Applies to UN and NGO

Yes,

1 Original

1 Copy

Applies to UN and NGO

Yes,

1 Original

1 Copy

Applies to UN and NGO

Yes,

1 Original

1 Copy

Applies to UN and NGO

Yes,

1 Original

1 Copy

Applies to UN and NGO

Yes,

1 Original

1 Copy

Applies to UN and NGO

Donation/Non-Commercial Certificates

Yes

Applies to UN and NGO

Yes

Applies to UN and NGO

Yes

Applies to UN and NGO

Yes

Applies to UN and NGO

Yes

Applies to UN and NGO

Yes

Applies to UN and NGO

Packing Lists

Yes,

1 Original

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes,

1 Original

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes,

1 Original

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes,

1 Original

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes,

1 Original

Applies to UN and NGOs

Yes,

1 Original

Applies to UN and NGOs

Phytosanitary Certificate

n/a

n/a

Yes

Applies to UN and NGOs

n/a

n/a

n/a

Other Documents

Health Certificate

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

Certificate of conformity

Additional Notes

Import licence for specifics drugs

For Telecoms equipment, the certificate of conformity and an authorization from the National Intelligence Agency (ANR) of DR Congo.

Transit Regime

There are 4 different transit regimes in DRC.

  • Customs Declaration for goods paying duties and taxes
  • Customs declaration for goods partially or totally exempted of paying duties and taxes
  • Customs Declaration to transfer goods from ports, airports, international borders to bonded yard or warehouse
  • Transit Declaration to transfer goods from a border (port/ airport/ border) to another country (i.e.: Matadi Maritime Port – Kinshasa Dry Port – across the Congo River to Brazzaville (Rep. of Congo).

Escorts are compulsory for all bonded goods transferred from borders, ports, airports to destination where goods will finally be customs cleared. Transporters (Trucking Companies/ Air transporters) entrusted to do such transfers, must have a special licence obtained from the Customs authorities called (TRD or Transport sous douane). 

Bonded warehouses can be either public (managed by customs authorities) or private (with a compulsory customs presence). In general largest freight forwarding companies own their private bonded warehouses and bonded yards. This is the case for GTM and other clearing agents. Some private companies managed their own bonded warehouses to facilitate the custom clearing procedures for their own business (i.e. Automobile Dealers).

For additional Information on Entry Points please select the following document: Democratic Republic of Congo Customs Information Additional Information

Democratic Republic of Congo - 2 Democratic Republic of Congo Logistics Infrastructure

The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) faces what is probably the most daunting infrastructure challenge on the African continent. As a result of the conflict, networks have been seriously damaged or left to deteriorate, with about half of existing infrastructure assets in need of rehabilitation. Even before the conflict, the lack of basic infrastructure made it difficult to knit together the country’s disparate economic and population centers. The country’s vast geography, low population density, extensive forestlands, and crisscrossing rivers further complicate the development of infrastructure networks.

Since the return of peace, there have been promising signs. Notably, a privately funded global system for mobile communications (GSM) telephone network now provides a signal to two-thirds of the population at a reasonable cost. Significant external funding has been captured to rebuild the country’s tattered road network. And there has been an increase in domestic air routes served as well as a renewal of the aircraft fleet operated by private airlines only. The country is endowed with the largest hydropower resources in Africa, giving it the potential to not only meet its own energy demands very cost-effectively but to become the continent’s largest power exporter. Meanwhile, the country’s inland waterways can provide low-cost surface transport, with only relatively modest investments needed to improve navigability (To that effect, under a five year World Bank project reported to have started in 2010, around 10,000 new or replacement markings are being installed along the navigable section of the Lualaba River, mainly the section (Ubundu-Kindu (308 km) and Kongolo-Bukama (645 km) that complement the SNCC railroad network along the Lubumbashi-Kisangani Corridor.

Also included in the program are the Mogalo-Oubangui section of the Lua river (141 km) and the Businga-Mobeka section of the Mongala river (342 km) in the agricultural rich North-Western part of the country (Equateur Province) to improve both day and night time navigation.

As part of the activity, the hydrometric network is also under rehabilitation through the installation of scales and depth gauging sections. These interventions complement the waterway rehabilitation activities supported by the European Union (EU) through the 10th European Development Fund (EDF) and the Belgian Technical Cooperation (BTC) and improve the integration of the intermodal network with SNCC regarding the West-South Corridor and the South-North Corridor as outlined on the Map below:

Democratic Republic of Congo Logistics Infrastructure 

Source: RVF, 2010

But much still remains to be done.

One of the DRC’s most urgent infrastructure challenges is to increase the generation of power and deliver it in a more cost-effective manner. Close to half the existing plants require refurbishment, and capacity must increase by 35 percent over the next decade just to meet domestic demand. Both road and rail infrastructure are in dilapidated condition, while the latter has also fallen into disuse. As the DRC embarks on a massive road investment program, an adequate financial and institutional basis will be essential to maintain the network going forward.

To rebuild the country and catch up with the rest of the developing world, the DRC needs to spend $5.3 billion a year over the next decade, or 75 percent of the 2006 GDP. Of this total, as much as $1.1 billion a year needs to be devoted to maintenance alone. Without increasing spending or improving efficiency, the DRC would take more than a century to redress the country’s infrastructure deficit. This is clearly an unacceptable outcome, and underscores the urgency of action in this area.

(Source: The World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 5602, "The Democratic Republic of Congo's Infrastructure A Continental Perspective")

 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.1 Democratic Republic of Congo Port Assessment

Overview

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Ports

The maritime, river and lake network irrigates the entire country with 16,238 km of navigable waterways.The country has both inland ports and seaports that are interconnected with the rail and road networks. However, due to poor  infrastructure conditions these networks remain inefficient.  
The current  situation is a serious drawback for the country to boost its local economy. 
The country counts around forty rivers and lake ports (E.g., Kinshasa, Ilebo, Kalemie, Kisangani, Mbandaka, Ubundu, Kindu) and three seaports (Matadi, Boma and Banana). 

Main corridors  

The Eastern DRC region counts several land border entries with Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi and Zambia that are  alternative routes to supply from Mombasa and Der Es Salaam ports. 

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Port of Banana (SCTP) Kongo Central

The Banana deep-water port's construction is the most important infrastructure project officially launched by the government last January 2022.  
The future port will feature an initial 600-meter quay with an 18-meter draft, a container handling capacity of 450,000 TEUs and a 30-hectare yard to store containers. The $1.2 billion project will be built by a private operator with a target to complete a first phase in 2025.  

As a result of a low draft approach in Matadi (8 m), only a few types of vessels can pass through (e.g., Panamax type with 4,000 TEU capacity maximum) and they require a transshipment in the port of Pointe Noire. Therefore, having a national deep-water port would result in more independent logistics as well as reduced transit costs. Furthermore, the government would also need to complete the 143 km train connection from Banana to Matadi to discharge cargo from the port as the road capacity is insufficient for future demand.  

Although ports are partially controlled by the state-owned companies Société Commerciale des Transports et des Ports (SCTP)   and Société Nationale des Chemins de fer du Congo (SNCC),  they are now in competition with a multitude of private ports that emerged over the last years.  
Private ports offer both passengers and/or cargo transportation with additional services such as storage, trucking and providing handling equipment (e.g., forklift, crane). 

 

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A privite port in Bukavu - Sud Kivu


Although private, the port stays under the control of the local authorities who control both passengers and/or cargo arrivals and departures. Authorities present are the following:  

  • Direction Générale des Douanes et Accises (DGDA),  

  • Office Congolais de Contrôle (OCC),  

  • Direction Générale de Migration (DGM)  

  • Programme National de l'Hygiène aux Frontières / Service de Quarantaine Animale et Végétale (PNHF/SQAV

 

For information on Democratic Republic of Congo Port contact details, please see the following link: 4.4 Democratic Republic of Congo Port and Waterways Company Contact List. 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.1.1 Democratic Republic of Congo Port of Matadi

Port Overview 

The Matadi Port managed by SCTP (Société Commerciale des Transports et des Ports) is located on the left bank of the Congo River and 150 km upstream from the Atlantic Ocean. The port is 1,610 m long and fitted with 11 quays. Containers, general cargo and bulk are the main vessel types here. Matadi is the main import/export gateway of the West. 

Port Location and Contact 

Country 

Democratic Republic of Congo  

Province or District 

Kongo Central 

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Port 

Matadi

Port's Complete Name 

Port International de Matadi 

Latitude 

-5.826111 

Longitude 

13.46917 

Managing Company or Port Authority 

 

SCTP (Société Commerciale des Transports et des Ports)

Management Contact Person 

Directeur Technique : Daniel BULUNGIDI  
+ 243 998 126 158 kabulungidi@gmail.com 

Délégué Commercial : Olivier MBU TSHIBUMGU 
+ 243 852 418 723 

Nearest Airport and Airlines with Frequent International Arrivals/Departures 

n/a 

Port Picture 

image-20230705092944-35View of the Port of Matadi from the road to Boma 


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Description and Contacts of Key Companies 

Most of the companies operating at SCTP Matadi Port are forwarding agents (E.g.GTM, Connexafrica, Amicongo) and trucking companies (e.g. NRJ, Afritrans, Sotraco). 
 
CMA-CGM is the main shipping company serving the SCTP Matadi Port. 
 
For more information on port contacts, please see the following link: 4.4 Port and Waterways Company Contact List and 4.8 Transporters Contact List.  

Port Performance 

SCTP Matadi Port is not deep enough to handle large vessels therefore the cargo needs to be transferred to feeder ships at neighboring ports. With the opening of the modern private MGT Matadi Port in 2016, the competitiveness of SCTP Matadi’s port declined. In 2022 the port captured 25% of the freight traffic.  

Seasonal Constraints 

 

Occurs 

Time Frame 

Rainy Season 

Yes 

From October to May 

Major Import Campaigns 

No 

n/a 

 

Handling Figures for 2021 

Vessel Calls 

243 

Container Traffic (TEUs) 

58,943 

 

Handling Figures Bulk and Break Bulk for 2021 

Bulk (mt) 

1,724,017 

Break bulk (mt) 

1,724,017 

Berthing Specifications 

Type of Berth 

Quantity 

Length 

(m) 

Maximum 

Draft (m) 

Comments 

Conventional 

626 

8  

Berths #1 and #2 are under rehabilitation   
Only #3 and #4 are in service 

Container 

524 

Berths #5, #6 & #7 

General and Mix  

460 

Berths #8, #9 & #10 

Silo Berth 

n/a 

n/a 

Berth #11 dedicated to the flour milling company MIDEMA  

Berthing Tugs 

Water Barges 

75 

n/a 

 

General Cargo Handling Berths 

Cargo Type 

Berth Identification 

Imports - Bagged Cargo 

Berths #3 and #4 

Exports - Bagged Cargo 

Imports and Exports - RoRo 

n/a 

Other Imports 

Berths from #5 to #10 

Port Handling Equipment 

Port handling equipment is managed by SCTP, however, many of the equipment is damaged, broken or outdated such as dock cranes with a maximum capacity of six tons. It forms a serious limitation to handling activities and attracting new customers. Moreover, the SCTP Matadi Port has limited financial means to purchase spare parts and perform regular maintenance.   

Equipment 

Available 

 

Total Quantity and Capacity Available 

Comments on Current Condition and Actual Usage 

Dockside Crane 

Yes 

28, lifting 3 to 6 tons 

Only 4 in service 

Container Gantries 

Yes 

In service  

Mobile Cranes 

No 

 

 

Reach stacker 

Yes 

13 (45 tons capacity each) 

Only 4 in service 

RoRo Tugmaster (with Trailer) 

No 

 

 

Grain Elevator w/Bagging Machines 

Yes 

Available at Berth #11 and dedicated to the flour milling company MIDEMA 

 

Transtainer 

Yes 

Out of service, needs to be repaired  

Forklifts 

Yes 

27, lifting 2 to 5 tons 

Only 7 in service 

Container Facilities  

Facilities 

20 ft 

40 ft 

Container Facilities Available 

Yes 

Yes 

Container Freight Station (CFS) 

Yes 

Yes 

Refrigerated Container Stations 

Yes 

Yes 

Other Capacity Details 

Container yard area with a capacity of 4,700 TEUs in 4 TIR 

Daily Take Off Capacity  
(Containers per Hour)  

6 containers per hour 

Number of Reefer Stations  
(Connection Points) 

60 units x 2 

Emergency Take-off Capacity  

n/a 

Off take Capacity of Gang Shift  
(Containers per Shift)  

n/a 

image-20230705092944-72Container yard area

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Reefer yard area

Customs Guidance

The DGDA office (Direction Générale des Douanes et Accises) is open from Monday to Saturday (8:00-18:00). The port is equipped with a cargo mobile scanner provided by their partner AUFS (Africa Union Financial Services) and the device has a capacity to screen one hundred fifty containers per hour. 
The OCC (Office Congolais de Contrôle), DGM (Direction Générale de Migration) and PNHF/ SQAV – (Programme National de l'Hygiène aux Frontières / Service de Quarantaine Animale et Végétale)    are also represented at the port. 

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Cargo mobile scanner

 

For more information on customs in Democratic Republic of Congo, please see the following link:

1.3 Customs Information.   

Terminal Information 

Multipurpose terminal 

The SCTP Matadi Port is a multipurpose terminal allowing the handling of containers, bulk and bagging cargo.  
 

Grain and bulk handling 

Grain and bulk handling are performed at Berth #11 by the flour milling company Minoterie de Matadi (MIDEMA). The company is renting the berth to the SCTP Matadi Port and owns its handling equipment and materials (e.g. dock cranes).

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Main storage terminal 

Storage Type 

Number of Storage Facilities 

Location  

Total Area (m²) 

Bagged Cargo 

4 (Warehouse A-B-C-D) 

Berths #1 to #4 

17 000 m² 

Open yard area  

Yard of warehouse A-B-C 

15 000 m² 

Containers 

Open yard area 

Berths #5 to #7 

60 000 m² 

General Cargo 

3 (two floors per warehouse) 

Berths #8 to #10 

46 000 m² 

Stevedoring 

Stevedoring activities are only provided by SCTP Matadi Port.

They work in three shifts: 

  • from 06:30 to 14:30 

  • from 14:30 to 22:30 

  • from 22:30 to 06:30 

Each shift has an average of 30-50 daily workers with a supervisor. The salary is US$ 4 per shift and they are paid after twenty-two working days. 

Hinterland Information 

The port is connected with Kinshasa via a 355 km paved road (Route National #1) that is in a good condition (9 -11 hours by car). However, as there is only a single road exiting from the city to the port, the city of Matadi is congested. furthermore, Kinshasa – Matadi is a two-lane road with heavy traffic due to the high number of trucks. Accidents often occur which can lead to roads being blocked in both directions for several hours. 

The 365 kilometers Matadi – Kinshasa railway has not been operational for a few years and requires major rehabilitation. Dispatching containers by train could be a solution to reduce road congestion and can be supported by handling operations as the container terminal is already fitted with tracks. Currently, a south Africa company ARSS (African Rolling Stock Solution) is operating from the SCTP Matadi Port terminal to deliver coal to the surrounding cement plants in the Kongo Central (E.g. CIMKO, PPC, CICO).  
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Port Security 

Security 

ISPS Compliant 

Yes 

Current ISPS Level  
(Level 1 = Normal, Level 2 = Heightened, Level 3 = Exceptional) 

Police Boats 

Yes 

Fire Engines 

Yes 

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Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.1.2 Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)  Port of  Matadi – TICOM

Port Overview 

Opened in 2014, the “port sec” TICOM (Terminal International Containers et Manutention) is a public warehouse conceded type B (Ref. article 156 du code des douanes locales) with a capacity of 4,500 TEUs. Built by the Groupe LEDYA (also a shareholder of the MGT Port Matadi), the container terminal offers an alternative solution to evacuate cargo in case of port congestion. Matadi is the main gateway of the West corridor for import and export. 

Port Location and Contact 

Country 

Democratic Republic of Congo  

Province or District 

Kongo Central 

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Port 

Matadi  

Port's Complete Name 

Terminal International Containers et Manutention 

Latitude 

-5.841187 

Longitude 

13.441412 

 

Managing Company or Port Authority 

 

Groupe LEDYA 

Management Contact Person 

Directeur Port Sec :  
José ALMEIDA ABEL + 243 815 656 944 
 

Responsable Commercial : Gloire MONGI NGANI 

+ 243 243 892 404 178 gloiremongi@groupe-ledya.com 

 

Nearest Airport and Airlines with Frequent International Arrivals/Departures 

n/a 

 Port Picture 

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Terminal container yards

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image-20230705102138-11image-20230705102138-13Description and Contacts of Key Companies 

Most of the companies operating at TICOM Matadi Port are forwarding agents and trucking companies including TICOM which owns a fleet of up to 35 trucks. 
 
For more information on port contacts, please see the following link: 4.4 Port and Waterways Company Contact List  and 4.8 Transporters Contact List.

Port Performance 

In September 2022, TICOM was only operating 13% of its full capacity.  

Seasonal Constraints 

 

Occurs 

Time Frame 

Rainy Season 

Yes 

From October to May 

Major Import Campaigns 

No 

n/a 

 

Handling Figures  

2021 

Vessel Calls 

n/a 

Container Traffic (TEUs) 

850 

Port Handling Equipment 

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Equipment 

Available 

 

Total Quantity and Capacity Available 

Comments on Current Condition and Actual Usage 

Reach stackers 

Yes 

4, lifting 20 to 45 tons 

In service 

Container Facilities  

Facilities 

20 ft 

40 ft 

Container Facilities Available 

Yes 

Yes 

Container Freight Station (CFS) 

Yes 

Yes 

Refrigerated Container Stations 

Yes 

Yes 

Other Capacity Details 

Container yard area with a capacity of 4,500 TEUs in 5 TIR 

Daily Take Off Capacity  
(Containers per Hour)  

n/a 

Number of Reefer Stations  
(Connection Points) 

250 units 

Emergency Take-off Capacity  

n/a 

Off take Capacity of Gang Shift  
(Containers per Shift)  

n/a 

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Reefer yard area

Customs Guidance 

The DGDA (Direction Générale des Douanes et Accises), the OCC (Office Congolais de Contrôle) and DGM (Direction Générale de Migration) and  PNHF/ SQAV – (Programme National de l'Hygiène aux Frontières / Service de Quarantaine Animale et Végétale) are represented at  TICOM Matadi “Port sec”.  

For more information on customs in Democratic Republic of Congo, please see the following link: 1.3 Customs Information.   

Terminal Information 

Main storage terminal 

Storage Type 

Number of Storage Facilities 

Total Area (m² ) 

Containers 

Open yard area 

28 000 m² 

General Cargo 

300 m² 

Hinterland Information 

The Matadi Port is connected with Kinshasa via a 355 km paved road (Route National #1) in a good condition (9 -11 hours by car). However, the city of Matadi is congested due to a single road to exit the city from the port. Then, Kinshasa – Matadi is a two-lane road so the traffic is very heavy due to the high numbers of trucks. Accidents often occur and the road traffic can be blocked for many hours both ways. 

The 365 km Matadi – Kinshasa railway has not been operational for few years and needs major rehabilitation. 

Port Security 

Security 

ISPS Compliant 

Yes 

Current ISPS Level  
(Level 1 = Normal, Level 2 = Heightened, Level 3 = Exceptional) 

Police Boats 

n/a 

Fire Engines 

Yes 

(One unit) 

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Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.1.3 Democratic Republic of Congo Port of Boma

Port Overview 

The Boma Port managed by SCTP is the second largest port in the country. Built on the right bank of the Congo River, the port is 685 meters long and fitted with four quays. The port handles  containers, general cargo, bulk and RoRo.  

Port Location and Contact 

Country 

Democratic Republic of Congo  

Province or District 

Kongo Central 

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Port 

Boma

Port's Complete Name 

Port International de Boma 

Latitude 

-5.858333 

Longitude 

13.10278 

Managing Company or Port Authority 

 

SCTP (Société Commerciale des Transports et des Ports) 

Management Contact Person 

Directeur Coordinateur : Jean Paul YUKU NDIBA BIN  
+ 243 898 383 213 jeanpaulyuku@gmail.com 

Nearest Airport and Airlines with Frequent International Arrivals/Departures 

n/a 

Port Picture

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image-20230705104503-17Zone B - Vehicle parking

image-20230705104503-18Zone B - OCC workshop to control vehicle

 

image-20230705104503-19Zone A - Quay #1 to #4 with storage facilities

image-20230705104503-23 Zone D - Container yard area

Description and Contacts of Key Companies 

Most of the companies operating at SCTP Boma Port are forwarding agents (E.g., Connexafrica, Bolloré Logistics) and trucking companies. 
 

For more information on port contacts, please see the following link: 4.4 Port and Waterways Companies Contact List and 4.8 Transporters Contact List.

Port Performance 

SCTP Boma Port activity is currently low due to the cancelation of commercial contracts (food) and shipping companies  such as CMA-CGM who ended their stopovers here.  

Seasonal Constraints 

 

Occurs 

Time Frame 

Rainy Season 

Yes 

From October to May 

Major Import Campaigns 

No 

n/a 

 

Handling Figures for 2021 

Vessel Calls 

45 

Container Traffic (TEUs) 

770 

Berthing Specifications 

Type of Berth 

Quantity 

Length 

(m) 

Maximum 

Draft (m) 

Comments 

Conventional 

530 

Berths #1 to #3 

Container 

155 

Berth #4  

Silo Berth 

n/a 

 

 

 

Berthing Tugs 

n/a 

 

 

 

Water Barges 

n/a 

 

 

 

General Cargo Handling Berths 

Cargo Type 

Berth Identification 

Imports - Bagged Cargo 

Berth #1 to #4 

Exports - Bagged Cargo 

Imports and Exports - RoRo 

Other Imports 

Port Handling Equipment 

Port handling equipment is managed by SCTP.

Equipment 

Available 

 

Total Quantity and Capacity Available 

Comments on Current Condition and Actual Usage 

Dockside Crane 

Yes 

Not in service 

Reach stacker 

Yes 

In service 

Forklifts 

Yes 

10 units, lifting 4 to 16 tons 

In service 

Container Gantries 

No 

 

 

Mobile Cranes 

No 

 

 

RoRo Tugmaster (with Trailer) 

No 

 

 

Grain Elevator with Bagging Machines 

No 

 

 

Transtainer 

No 

 

 

Container Facilities  

Facilities 

20 ft 

40 ft 

Container Facilities Available 

Yes 

Yes 

Container Freight Station (CFS) 

Yes 

Yes 

Refrigerated Container Stations 

n/a 

n/a 

Daily Take Off Capacity  
(Containers per Hour)  

n/a 

Number of Reefer Stations  
(Connection Points) 

n/a 

Emergency Take-off Capacity  

n/a 

Off take Capacity of Gang Shift  
(Containers per Shift)  

n/a 

Customs Guidance 

The DGDA (Direction Générale des Douanes et Accises), the OCC (Office Congolais de Contrôle), DGM (Direction Générale de Migration) and PNHF/ SQAV – (Programme National de l'Hygiène aux Frontières / Service de Quarantaine Animale et Végétale) are also represented at SCTP Boma Port. 
 

For more information on customs in Democratic Republic of Congo, please see the following link: 1.3 Customs Information

Terminal Information 

Multipurpose terminal 

The SCTP Boma Port is a multipurpose terminal allowing the handling of containers, vehicles bulk and break-bulk cargo.  

Main storage terminal 

Storage Type 

Number of Storage Facilities 

Location  

Total Area (m²)  

Bagged Cargo 

Zone A 

40,000 m²  

Refrigerated Cargo 

 

 

Container  

Zone D 

Container yard with a capacity of 1,200 TEUs 

Vehicle  

Zone B 

Parking with a capacity of 2,500 vehicles 

Hinterland Information 

The Boma Port is connected to Kinshasa via Matadi. The 125 kilometres Boma – Matadi (2 hours by car)  paved road is in a good condition and crosses the Congo River at the Matadi Bridge (formerly called Pont Maréchal).  

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Port Security 

Security 

ISPS Compliant 

Yes 

Current ISPS Level  
(Level 1 = Normal, Level 2 = Heightened, Level 3 = Exceptional) 

Police Boats 

Yes 

Fire Engines 

Yes 

 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.1.4 Democratic Republic of Congo Port of Banana

Port Overview 

The Banana Port managed by SCTP is on the right bank and in the mouth of the Congo River. The port is fitted with a single 75- meter quay. The types of vessels here are containers, general cargo and bulk. Please note the Port is located inside a DRC military navy compound, therefore a security check is mandatory prior entering.  

Port Location and Contact 

Country 

Democratic Republic of Congo  

Province or District 

Kongo Central 

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Port 

Muanda 

Port's Complete Name 

Port International de Banana 

Latitude 

-6.012401 

 

Longitude 

12.402879 

 

Managing Company or Port Authority 

 

SCTP (Société Commerciale des Transports et des Ports)

The Banana Port is under the supervision of the Boma Port authority  

Management Contact Person 

Sous-Directeur: Edmond POBA   
+ 243 979 474 444 / + 243 851 268 191 

image-20230705114857-3Nearest Airport and Airlines with Frequent International Arrivals/Departures 

n/a 

Port Picture

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image-20230705115535-2075-meter quay fitted with two dock cranes

Description and Contacts of Key Companies 

Forwarding agents and trucking companies operate at SCTP Banana Port (E.g. Amicongo, Connexafrica, Bolloré Logistics) The oil and gas company Perenco operates fields offshore in Muanda and utilizes the port to receive equipment and for the docking of its boat. 
 
For more information on port contacts, please see the following link: 4.4 Port and Waterways Companies Contact List  and 4.8 Transporters Contact List.

Port Performance  

The SCTP Banana Port is a small port with very low activity due to its limited infrastructure.  
However, in January 2022 the government officially launched the construction of the Banana deep water port, which should be completed in 2025.The future port will feature an initial 600-meter quay with an 18m draft, a container handling capacity of 450,000 TEUs and a 30-hectare yard to store containers. The $1.2 billion project will be built by a private operator.  

Seasonal Constraints 

 

Occurs 

Time Frame 

Rainy Season 

Yes 

From October to May 

Major Import Campaigns 

No 

n/a 

 

Handling Figures for 2021 

Vessel Calls 

28 

Container Traffic (TEUs) 

301 

 

Handling Figures Bulk and Break Bulk for 2021 

Bulk (mt) 

19,633 

Break bulk (mt) 

Same as above 

Berthing Specifications 

Type of Berth 

Quantity 

Length 

(m) 

Maximum 

Draft (m) 

Comments 

Conventional & 

Container  

75 

8.8 

 

Silo Berth 

n/a 

 

 

 

Berthing Tugs 

n/a 

 

 

 

Water Barges 

n/a 

 

 

 

General Cargo Handling Berths 

Cargo Type 

Berth Identification 

Imports - Bagged Cargo 

The 75-meter quay + possibility of 30-meter quay extension (SCTP’s parcel) 

Exports - Bagged Cargo 

Imports and Exports - RoRo 

Other Imports 

Port Handling Equipment 

Handling equipment is limited and managed by SCTP. 

Equipment 

Available 

 

Total Quantity and Capacity Available 

Comments on Current Condition and Actual Usage 

Dockside Crane 

Yes 

In service 

Forklifts 

Yes 

3 units, lifting 5 to 7 tons 

In service 

Container Gantries 

No 

 

Mobile Cranes 

No 

Reach stacker 

No 

RoRo Tugmaster (with Trailer) 

No 

Grain Elevator with Bagging Machines 

No 

Transtainer 

No 

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Container Facilities  

Facilities 

20 ft 

40 ft 

Container Facilities Available 

Yes 

Yes 

Container Freight Station (CFS) 

Yes 

Yes 

Refrigerated Container Stations 

n/a 

n/a 

Daily Take Off Capacity  
(Containers per Day)  

n/a 

Number of Reefer Stations  
(Connection Points) 

Only upon request   

Emergency Take-off Capacity  

n/a 

Off take Capacity of Gang Shift  
(Containers per Shift)  

n/a 

Customs Guidance 

The DGDA (Direction Générale des Douanes et Accises), OCC (Office Congolais de Contrôle), DGM (Direction Générale de Migration) and PNHF/ SQAV – (Programme National de l'Hygiène aux Frontières / Service de Quarantaine Animale et Végétale) are also represented at the SCTP Banana Port. 
 

For more information on customs in Democratic Republic of Congo, please see the following link: 1.3 Customs Information.   

Terminal Information 

Multipurpose terminal 

The SCTP Banana Port is a multipurpose terminal allowing the handling of containers, bulk and break-bulk cargo.  

Main storage terminal 

Storage Type 

Number of Storage Facilities 

Total Area (m²)  

Bagged Cargo 

The Banana port is fitted with a warehouse up to 2,000 mt and an open yard area of 6000 m². 

 

Refrigerated Cargo 

General Cargo  


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Hinterland Information 

The Banana Port is connected with Kinshasa via Boma and Matadi. The 120 kilometers Banana -Boma (1h45 by car) road has some parts  in a poor condition. 

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Port Security 

Security 

ISPS Compliant 

Yes 

Current ISPS Level  
(Level 1 = Normal, Level 2 = Heightened, Level 3 = Exceptional) 

Police Boats 

Yes 

Fire Engines 

Yes 

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Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.1.5 Democratic Republic of Congo Port of Kalundu

Port Overview 

The Kalundu Port managed by SNCC (Société Nationale des Chemins de Fer Congolais) is in the vicinity of Uvira and located on the northwest coast of Lake Tanganyika.  

Kalundu is considered as the second port in terms of its importance and represents a strategical import route to supply DRC through Kigoma (Tanzania) and Mpulungu (Zambia). However, private ports opened for in the last years are competing the SNCC and the poor conditions state of the Route Nationale 5 (Bukavu – Lubumbashi) areis also a drawback to boost the regional economic exchanges.  

Port Location and Contact 

Country 

Democratic Republic of Congo 

Province or District 

Sud Kivu 

Nearest Town or City 

with Distance from Port 

Uvira  

Distance: 30 minutes by car from Uvira downtown  

Port's Complete Name 

Port de Kalundu  

Latitude 

-3.433275 

Longitude 

29.129671 

Managing Company or Port Authority 

 

SNCC  

Société Nationale des Chemins de fer Congolais 

Management Contact Person 

Chef de Port: Jérôme SHABANI KALUMBA 

+ 243 977 990 244 

Nearest Airport and Airlines with Frequent International Arrivals/Departures 

n/a 

Other information  

The Kalundu Port is an alternative importing route to supply DRC through the Northern Corridor under the authority of the Transit and Transport Coordination Authority (NCTTCA) and the Central Corridor under the authority of the Transit Transport Facilitation Agency (CCTTFA). 

Port Picture 

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image-20230705130058-15Quay #1 accessible by truck and fitted with warehouse

 

 

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Quay #2

For more information on port contacts, please see the following link: 4.4 Port and Waterways Companies Contact List. 

Port Performance 

Handling Figures for 2021 

Vessel Calls 

171 

 

Handling Figures Bulk and Break Bulk for 2021 

Bulk (mt) 

39,218 

Berthing Specifications 

Type of Berth 

Quantity 

Length 

(m) 

Maximum 

Draft (m) 

Comments 

General 

360 

Quay #1 

380 

Quay #2 

Port Handling Equipment 

Equipment is managed by the SNCC.  

Equipment 

Available 

 

Total Quantity and Capacity Available 

Comments on Current Condition and Actual Usage 

Mobile Crane 

Yes 

1 x unit (65 tons capacity) 

Rental rate is 150 USD per hour including driver and fuel  

Forklift 

Yes 

1 x unit (lifting to 6 tons) 

Rental rate is 50 USD per hour including driver & fuel  

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Mobile crane and forklift in service at the port 

 

Port handling services 

The ADPK (Association de Débardeurs du Port de Kalundu) and the AMPK (Association des manutentionnaires du Port de Kalandu) with a capacity of 250 labors workers each are contracted to provide manual handling services at the port. The focal point is the Chef de Port and the rate is calculated per ton or unit (negotiable). 

Customs Guidance 

DGDA office is open from Monday to Saturday then and the below government offices are also represented to control either persons and/or goods: 

  • DGM - Direction Générale de Migration   

  • OCC - Office Congolais de Contrôle   

  • PNHF/ SQAV - Programme National de l'Hygiène aux Frontières / Service de Quarantaine Animale et Végétale   

For more information on customs in Republic Democratic of Congo (DRC), please see the following link: 1.3 Customs Information.   

Terminal Information 

Storage Type 

Number of Storage Facilities 

Capacity (mt) 

Comments on Current Condition and Actual Usage 

General Cargo 

1500 

Not available  

General Cargo  

1000 

Not available  

General Cargo 

1500 

Available for rent  

Warehouse available for rent with a capacity of 1500 mt. Large slide doors with entrance both sides and accessible by truck.image-20230705131808-25

 


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Hinterland Information 

 

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Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.1.6 Democratic Republic of Congo Port of Goma

Port Overview 

The port of Goma is on the shore of Lake Kivu and offers twelve quays to accommodate up to seventeen ships. Main traffic consists of ferry boats carrying both passengers and cargo to Bukavu.  A journey to Bukavu by ferry boats takes around eight hours and a  speedboat service is also available to reach Bukavu within three hours. 

Port Location and Contact 

Country 

Democratic Republic of Congo 

Province or District 

Nord Kivu 

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Port 

Goma 

Port's Complete Name 

Port public de Goma 

Latitude 

-1.683909 

Longitude 

29.223842 

Managing Company or Port Authority 

 

SNCC 

Société Nationale des Chemins de fer du Congo 

Note: SNCC only owns six quays and five are rented to different shipping companies. The remaining six quays are private properties so not under the Port Authority management. 

Management Contact Person 

Chef de Port: Monsieur MUHIYA  

+ 243 976 268 604 

Nearest Airport and Airlines with Frequent International Arrivals/Departures 

Goma 

 

Port Picture  

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image-20230705121308-15A speed boat at quay - a three-hour journey to reach Bukavu

Description and Contacts of Key Companies 

Below companies own or rent a quay at the Port of Goma and offer journeys to Bukavu on daily basis with a morning and evening departure. Passenger ticket prices vary from US$ 10 to US$ 70 depending on the class and service level (1st, 2nd class, speedboat). Each ferryboat accommodates 250 to 500 passengers and carries from 100 to 300 mt depending on the boat size. The speedboat carries 54 passengers maximum and operates twice per day (7:30 and 14:00). 

Name &  

contact details  

ETOILE DU KIVU  

Monsieur BEZO + 243 998 668 598 

Activity  

Passengers & Cargo transport 

Boat type  

Ferry boat (4 units / 250 tons each) and water barge (300 tons each)  

 

Name &  

contact details 

MARINETTE EXPRESS 

+243 994 134 056 / +243 998 766 500 

Activity  

Passengers & Cargo transport 

Boat type  

Ferry boat (2 units) 

 

Name &  

contact details 

ETABLISSEMENT DE LA MANNE DU CIEL  

Monsieur WILLY +243 994 449 688 

Activity  

Passengers & Cargo transport 

Boat type  

Ferry boat (1 unit) 

 

Name &  

contact details 

ETABLISSEMENT SALAMA 

Monsieur LANDRI + 243 994 129 947 

Activity  

Passengers & Cargo transport 

Boat type  

Ferry boat (2 units) 

  • M/V Salama 1  

  • M/V Salama 2 

Contact details  

AKONKWA 

Activity  

Passengers & Cargo transport 

Boat type  

Ferry boat (3 units – 500 pax / 300 tons each) 

 

Name &  

contact details 

ETABLISSEMENT BON PRIX 

Monsieur FREDDY + 243 990 860 431 

Activity  

Passengers & Cargo transport 

Boat type  

Ferry boat (2 units) 

  • M/V Sperenza (180 tons) 

  • M/V Sandilove (250 tons) 

 

Name &  

contact details 

AGANZE  

Monsieur BULINGO + 243 999 770 895 

Activity  

Passengers & Cargo transport 

Boat type  

Ferry boat (1unit) 

 

Name &  

contact details 

MUGOTE  

+ 243 897 414 705 

Activity  

Passengers & Cargo transport 

Boat type  

Ferry boat (3 units)  

 

Name &  

contact details 

IHUSI EXPRESS 

+243 994 813 235 / +243 818 382 590 

Activity  

Passengers 

Boat type  

Speedboat (4 units)  

 

Name &  

contact details 

RAFIKI 

Monsieur POLIDOR + 243 994 139 576 

Activity  

Passengers & Cargo transport 

Boat type  

Ferry boat (2 units / 100 tons each)  

 

Name &  

contact details 

ETABLISSEMENT SILIMU 

Monsieur MAGGA + 243 997 764 897 

Activity  

Passengers & Cargo transport 

Boat type  

Ferry boat (4 units)  

For more information on port contacts, please see the following link: 4.4 Port and Waterways Companies Contact List

Port Handling Equipment 

Handling equipment such as mobile cranes can be rented. Alternatively,  handling is performed manually by daily workers organized under a union called AMAPOC (Association de Manutention au Port du Congo RDC). Handling services are charged based on the unit and type of commodity loaded/offloaded (e.g.1000 FC per sack of beans; US$ 2 for a carton box).

Customs Guidance 

DGDA performs random controls but there is no permanent office at the moment.  
Furthermore, the below government offices are also represented to control either persons and/or goods:  

  • DGM - Direction Générale de Migration  

  • OCC - Office Congolais de Contrôle  

  • PNHF/ SQAV - Programme National de l'Hygiène aux Frontières / Service de Quarantaine Animale et Végétale  

For more information on customs in Democratic Republic of Congo, please see the following link: 1.3 Customs Information.   

Storage facilities 

Below the warehouses are occupied by several traders but a free space can be prepared upon request. 

Storage Type 

Owner  

Area 

General Cargo 

SNCC 

Etoile du Kivu

642 m²

500 m² 

image-20230705121308-28SNCC Warehouse

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Etoile du Kivu Warehouse

Port Security 

Police authority is represented by the unit “Escadron Police Lacustre”  

Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.1.7 Democratic Republic of Congo Port of Bukavu

Port Overview 

The port of Bukavu is organized through multiples private ports along the shore of the Lake Kivu. The transportation companies offer both passenger and cargo services with ferry boats and water barges. There is also an important trade of sand and construction materials to supply the city of Bukavu and Goma. Some private companies and humanitarian organizations have their storage facilities along the shore fitted with a quay to receive cargo. 

Port Location and Contact 

Country 

Democratic Republic of Congo 

Province or District 

Sud Kivu 

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Port 

Bukavu

Port's Complete Name 

Port public de Bukavu 

Latitude 

-2.496636 

Longitude 

28.85194 

Managing Company or Port Authority 

 

SNCC 

Société Nationale des Chemins de fer du Congo 

Management Contact Person 

Directeur de la Coordination d’Exploitation : 

Albert NUMBI + 243 971 028 347 

Chef de Port: 

Monsieur KABWALA + 243 981 788 711 

Nearest Airport and Airlines with Frequent International Arrivals/Departures 

Goma 

Ethiopian Airlines 

Port Picture  

The SNCC occupies a large area with an administrative building, four warehouses and an 89-meter-long quay. However, their storage facilities require some rehabilitation to meet humanitarian standards (roof partially destroyed, no secured fence and a limited access for truck).

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Description and Contacts of Key Companies 

Below companies run their own private port and offer journeys to Goma on daily basis with a morning and evening departure. Passenger ticket price varies from 10 USD to 70 USD depending on the class and service level (1st, 2nd class, speedboat). Each ferryboat accommodates 250 to 500 passengers and carries from 100 to 300 mt depending on the boat size. Some have water barges to carry sand and construction materials. Speedboat is 54 passengers maximum and operates three times per day (7:30, 11:00 and 14:00). 

Name &  

contact details  

ETABLISSEMENT SILIMU 

Monsieur DODY +243 891 700 933 

Activity  

Passengers & Cargo transport 

Boat type  

Ferry boat (4 units) 

 

Name &  

contact details  

MUGOTE 

+ 243 977 41 58 94 

Activity  

Passengers & Cargo transport 

Boat type  

Ferry boat (3 units) 

 

Name &  

contact details  

ETABLISSEMENT SALAMA 

Monsieur GAD +243 997 762 596 

Monsieur BLAISE + 243 992 833 121 

Activity  

Passengers & Cargo transport 

Boat type  

Ferry boat & Water barge  

 

Name &  

contact details  

IHUSI EXPRESS 

+ 243 994 234 071 / + 243 813 982 333 

Activity  

Passengers  

Boat type  

Speedboat (4 units) 

 

Name &  

contact details  

AKONKWA 

+ 243 997 604 512 

Activity  

Passengers & Cargo transport 

Boat type  

Ferry boat (3 units) 

 

Name &  

contact details  

ETOILE DU KIVU 

+ 243 998 668 598 

Activity  

Passengers & Cargo transport 

Boat type  

Ferry boat (4 units) and water barge (300 tons each) 

 

Name &  

contact details  

RAFIKI 

+243 857 548 191 

Activity  

Passengers & Cargo transport 

Boat type  

Ferry boat (2 units)  

For more information on port contacts, please see the following link: 4.4 Port and Waterways Companies Contact List

Port Handling Equipment 

There is no handling equipment available at the port. Handling is performed manually by daily workers and arranged with each private company. 

Customs Guidance 

DGDA office is located next to the SNCC. Furthermore, the below government offices are also represented to control either persons and/or goods:  

  • DGM - Direction Générale de Migration  

  • OCC - Office Congolais de Contrôle  

  • PNHF/ SQAV - Programme National de l'Hygiène aux Frontières / Service de Quarantaine Animale et Végétale  

For more information on customs in Democratic Republic of Congo, please see the following link: 1.3 Customs Information.   

Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.1.8 Democratic Republic of Congo Port of Kisangani

SCTP Kisangani Port

Port Overview

Port Location and Contacts

 

Country

The Democratic Republic of Congo

Province or District

TSCHOPO (ex Province Orientale)

Town or City (Closest location) with Distance (km)

Name: Kisangani

km: n/a

Port's Complete Name

Port de Kisangani

Latitude

0.507761

Longitude

25.18997

Managing Company or Port Authority

SCTP (Société Commerciale des Transports et des Ports)

Management Contact Person

Fernand KALALA

Directeur Adjoint du Port

 +243 850631956

 fernandkalala@yahoo.fr

Closest Airport and Frequent Airlines to / from International Destinations

 

Airport Name: n/a

Airlines: n/a

Port Picture

Description and Contacts of Key Companies

4.4 Democratic Republic of Congo Port and Waterways Company Contact List

Berthing Specifications

Type of Berth

Quantity

Length (m)

Maximum Draft (m)

Conventional Berth

n/a n/a 300 meters / 2.5 meters (dry season) / 5-6 meters (rain season)

Container Berth

n/a n/a n/a

Silo Berth

n/a n/a n/a

Berthing Tugs

n/a

Water Barges

n/a

Port Handling Equipment

Equipment

Available

(Yes / No)

Total Quantity and Capacity Available

Comments on Current Condition and Actual Usage

Dockside Crane

Yes

5 x TITAN cranes (3-5 tons)

1 x DERRICK crane (8-10 tons)

2 x hardly serviceable

1 x engine broken

View of the cranes and warehouses 

Container Facilities

NOTE: a food company (Economat du Peuple) is shipping frozen fishes between Kisangani and Kinshasa with barges equipped with Reefer containers (6 x 40’). 

Photo below showing barge. 

Customs Guidance

1.3 Democratic Republic of Congo Customs Information

 

Terminal Information

Main Storage Terminal

Storage Type

Number of Storage Facilities

Area (square meters)

Bagged Cargo

n/a

n/a

Refrigerated Cargo

n/a

n/a

General Cargo

Warehouse 1

Warehouse 2

Warehouse 3

See image above

approx. 2,000 m2

approx. 6,000 m2

approx. 3,000 m2

 

SNCC Kisangani Port

Port Overview

In front of the SCTP port, on the opposite bank of the Congo River, there is another port run by SNCC. This facility is almost abandoned, except at its very end where a private logging company is shipping logs to Kinshasa.

The quay is 220 meters long and is connected by rail to the train station behind.

Port Picture

Description and Contacts of Key Companies

4.4 Democratic Republic of Congo Port and Waterways Company Contact List


Port Handling Equipment

All dock cranes (5 TITANs) are out of order. But the logging company (CFT / Compagnie Forestière de Transformation) can rent their cranes (25 & 42 tons capacity).

 

Customs Guidance

1.3 Democratic Republic of Congo Customs Information

 

Terminal Information

Main Storage Terminal

All large storage along the quay are non-serviceable, even if some of them only need roofing. But there is large storage in the ground floor, fenced and almost dry, easy access from the quay for workers and vehicles, which is estimated to have a surface of 1,500 m2.

 

Hinterland Information

For crossing the Congo River, there is a pontoon between the two banks:

 

Loading of vehicles on barges

It is important to mention that in most official ports (SCTP / SNCC) in DRC, there are not sufficient lifting capacity for putting vehicles on vessels. Therefore, private shore owners have set up “homemade” systems for allowing vehicles to drive onto barges:

 

Extremely long barge on the Congo river near Kisangani.

 

 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.1.9 Democratic Republic of Congo Port of Pweto

 

Port Overview

The status of this port is unclear for its management but it is a provincial asset. It’s however only used by a private mining company (ARVIL MINING) who has the control of the facility’s access. 

Port Location and Contacts

 

Country

DRC

Province or District

Tanganyka

Town or City (Closest location) with Distance (km)

Name: Pweto

km: n/a

Port's Complete Name

The Port of Pweto is also called Katumba Mwanke 

Latitude

-8.485131

Longitude

28.91226

Management Contact Person

The only contact person for using this port facility (ARVIL management is not reachable):

Célestin NGOMBE MWAMBA

Administrateur de Territoire

+243 811850513 / +243 994393854

ngombecel@yahoo.fr  

Closest Airport and Frequent Airlines to / from International Destinations

 

Airport Name: n/a

Airlines: n/a

Port Picture

Description and Contacts of Key Companies

4.4 Democratic Republic of Congo Port and Waterways Company Contact List

Port Performance

There is no quay but only an access for motorized pontoon at the extremity of the pier (width: 8 meters, maximum draft: 1.5 meters).  

Port Handling Equipment

There is no crane but ARVIL has one mobile crane (25 tons) and 2 forklifts 4x4 (2 tons) which are probably rentable. 

The 2 pontoons (owned by a Zambian company) are 256 and 516 tons capacity.

Customs Guidance

1.3 Democratic Republic of Congo Customs Information


 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.1.10 Democratic Republic of Congo Port of Kindu

 

Port Overview

Port Location and Contacts

 

Country

DRC

Province or District

Maniema

Town or City (Closest location) with Distance (km)

Name: Kindu

km: n/a

Port's Complete Name

Port de Kindu

Latitude

-2.947089

Longitude

25.92946

Managing Company or Port Authority

SNCC (Société Nationale Chemins de fer du Congo)

Management Contact Person

KASHILA KAYEMBE

Division Director

Closest Airport and Frequent Airlines to / from International Destinations

 

Airport Name: n/a

Airlines: n/a

Port Picture

Description and Contacts of Key Companies

4.4 Democratic Republic of Congo Port and Waterways Company Contact List

Port Handling Equipment

2 x TITAN cranes (3-5 tons capacity)

Customs Guidance

1.3 Democratic Republic of Congo Customs Information

Hinterland Information

The SNCC fleet is comprised of:

  • 2 barges (capacity 350 tons)
  • 1 barge mix passengers & cargo (350 tons as well)
  • 2 tug boats (unsure if operational)

 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.1.11 Democratic Republic of Congo Port of Bunia – Kasenyi

 

Port Overview

This is a small port facility on Lake Albert.

Port Location and Contacts

 

Country

DRC

Province or District

Ituri

Town or City (Closest location) with Distance (km)

Name: Bunia

km: 70
(1h30 away from Bunia with a 4WD vehicle.
The road may be more difficult with heavy rain.)

Latitude

1.392667

Longitude

30.44393

Closest Airport and Frequent Airlines to / from International Destinations

 

Airport Name: n/a

Airlines: n/a

Port Picture

Description and Contacts of Key Companies

Transporters (legally allowed to go to Uganda):

Patrick Van Pee / Semliki Group / +256 752 770 530 / +256 792 770 530 / patrick@vanpee.net

Vessels (with 5 tug boats): MV ALEXIA: RO-RO - 125 T capacity / MV ROLLING PRIDE : RO-RO -105 T capacity.

Mr. Mabouda : +243 994596926. He has a vessel able to carry 50 tons in bulk.

For more information, please see 4.4 Democratic Republic of Congo Port and Waterways Company Contact List

Port Handling Equipment

The quay is approx. 100 meters long and the maximum draft is 5 meters. The crane is definitely out of order. All handling is done by hand.

Customs Guidance

1.3 Democratic Republic of Congo Customs Information

Terminal Information

Main Storage Terminal

There is a cold room facility (30 m2) for frozen fishes powered by 2 generators (14 & 35 Kva). There is also an ice production. Contact person: Dimitri Koriatelis +243 822808996, +243 991115291.

 

 

 

 

 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.1.12 Democratic Republic of Congo Port of Ubundu

 

Port Overview

This is a small but key port facility connecting the rail and road from Kisangani and the port of Kindu in Maniema.

Port Location and Contacts

 

Country

DRC

Province or District

Tshopo

Town or City (Closest location) with Distance (km)

Name: Kisangani/Ubundu

km: 120 km

The distance is 120 km between Kisangani and Ubundu and it takes about 3-4 hours by 4x4 vehicle and 8-10 hours by truck (depending on road condition).

Latitude

-0.368372

Longitude

25.43506

Closest Airport and Frequent Airlines to / from International Destinations

 

Airport Name: n/a

Airlines: n/a

Port Picture

Description and Contacts of Key Companies

4.4 Democratic Republic of Congo Port and Waterways Company Contact List

Port Handling Equipment

There is  an operational crane able to lift 20 tons.

Customs Guidance

1.3 Democratic Republic of Congo Customs Information 

Terminal Information

Main Storage Terminal

There is a 800 m2 warehouse.

 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.1.13 Democratic Republic of Congo Port of Mbandaka

 

Port of Mbandaka

Port Overview

Port Location and Contacts

 

Country

DRC

Province or District

Mbandaka

Town or City (Closest location) with Distance (km)

Name: Mbandaka

km: n/a

Port's Complete Name

Port de Mbandaka

Latitude

0.063583

Longitude

18.26036

Managing Company or Port Authority (If more than one operator, break down by area of operation)

SCTP (Société Commerciale des Transports et des Ports)

Management Contact Person

Mr BOBWA – EBENGO

Chief of port

+243 851103873

Closest Airport and Frequent Airlines to / from International Destinations

 

Airport Name: n/a

Airlines: n/a

Port Picture

Description and Contacts of Key Companies

4.4 Democratic Republic of Congo Port and Waterways Company Contact List

Port Performance

The port was partly rehabilitated in 2008 under World Bank funding. 

Berthing Specifications

Berth & maximum draft:  300 meters & 7 (max) – 3.5 meters (min)

Port Handling Equipment

1 x 28 Tons capacity

Customs Guidance

1.3 Democratic Republic of Congo Customs Information 

Terminal Information

Main Storage Terminal

Warehouse Capacity
1 600 m2
2 1,430 m(occupied by WFP)

 

Zongo Facility in Equateur province

Port Overview

The town of Zongo is located on the left bank of the Ubangi River, just opposite of Bangui, CAR’s capital. 

Latitude:    4° 21' 13.42" N   / Longitude: 18° 35' 56.46" E

This is not technically a port as there is no physical infrastructure (only a beach), or port authority. Two accesses were built so trucks can reach the beach.

In fact, it is more a border crossing point where border agencies are represented: DGDA (customs) and DGM (immigration).
DGDA contact person: Head of office Robert NSINGA / +243 816302360 / +243 842087386.

Port Picture

Description and Contacts of Key Companies

Pablo NGBAHDI, president of the Zongo association of river transporters, +243 812613925 / +236 75191683

Armel NDELE, one of the baleinière’s owner representative, +243 818351145 / +236 72415115 / hevillendele@gmail.com
 

For more information, see 4.4 Democratic Republic of Congo Port and Waterways Company Contact List

Port Performance

There are pirogues (max 20 tons) crossing the river several times a day, carrying small cargo and passengers. There is also a pontoon for vehicles (max 10 tons) irregularly crossing the river between Bangui and Zongo. It is also possible to tie several pirogues together, and with a platform on it, carry light vehicles.

There are also much bigger units (17 x from 30 to 90 tons) called “baleinières.” Prices, according to distance – current (upstream or downstream) – season, can vary from $600 to $900 per ton (to be negotiated).

NB: No barge can go further upstream (= Mobaye / Gbadolite). Only some baleinières can during rainy season and only the smaller ones (30 tons) during dry season.

 

The biggest “baleinière” ever built in Zongo (120 tons capacity). One of the biggest pirogue (20 tons).

Customs Guidance

1.3 Democratic Republic of Congo Customs Information

Other Ports


 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.1.14 Democratic Republic of Congo Port(s) of Kinshasa

Port Overview

There are more than 20 ports in Kinshasa, most of them used the informal sector. The SCTP port (described here) is in severe competition with them but suffers from outdated infrastructure and equipment. 

Port Location and Contacts

 

Country

DRC

Province or District

Kinshasa

Town or City (Closest location) with Distance (km)

Name: Kinshasa

km: n/a

Port's Complete Name

Port de Kinshasa

Latitude

-4.297308

Longitude

15.31311

Managing Company or Port Authority (If more than one operator, break down by area of operation)

SCTP 

Management Contact Person

Dieudonné Francois Bongwala Té
+243 999972320

Closest Airport and Frequent Airlines to / from International Destinations

Airport Name: Kinshasa/N’Djili Airport

Airlines: n/a

Port Picture

Description and Contacts of Key Companies

Several companies operate from this port. See 4.4 Democratic Republic of Congo Port and Waterways Company Contact List

Berthing Specifications

1,560 m in total, divided in 3 berths.

Draft: max 5.9 m, mini 1.2 m, average: 3.5m

Port Handling Equipment

2 functioning  dock cranes / model: TITAN (from 3 up to 5 tons)

1 gantry crane (47 tons) 

Container Facilities

Container and log yards: 25,000 m2

 

Customs Guidance

1.3 Democratic Republic of Congo Customs Information

Terminal Information

Main Storage Terminal

More than 60,000 m2 in total.

Hinterland Information

The rail track from Matadi arrives inside the port; freight could theoretically be directly transferred from wagons to barges. 

Several companies are operating from this port, see 4.8 Democratic Republic of Congo Transporter Contact List for more information.

Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.1.15 Democratic Republic of Congo Port of Kalémie

Port Overview

Port Location and Contacts

 

Country

The Democratic Republic of Congo

Province or District

Tanganyka

Town or City (Closest location) with Distance (km)

Name: Kalémie km: n/a

Port's Complete Name

Port de Kalémie

Latitude

-5.946942

Longitude

29.20168

Managing Company or Port Authority

SNCC (Société Nationale Chemins de fer du Congo)

Management Contact Person

Guy Poly EMENE Lyela

Directeur Division Transport Région Grands Lacs

+243 813134848 / +243 97015687

emeneiyla@gmail.com


Dieudonné KATONTOKA KYAPUSWIKE

Directeur Coordination Exploitation kalémie

+243 814070492 / +243 970058599

dieudokatos@gmail.com  

Closest Airport and Frequent Airlines to / from International Destinations

 

Airport Name: n/a

Airlines: n/a

NB: the main port connected with Kalémie, with weekly schedule, is Kigoma in Tanzania (cement, construction materials, flour, salt, sugar, fuel). The second one is Poulungu in Zambia (oil, sugar).

All border governmental agencies have an office: DGDA / OCC / DGM / POLICE.

The seaport is fully operational, with hours from 0730 to 1630. It does not operate during the night.
Cargo storage facilities are available. 

Access to the port by road requires rehabilitation, which is expected presently through local financing. Access via railway is in good condition. 

 

Additional Contacts

 

  
 

Customs

  
 

THOMAS
  LUMBU LWAMBA

  
 

+243 815201600

  
 

+243 977444741

  
 
  
 

Immigration

  
 

BAMPA
  JEAN

  
 

+243 814626365

  
 
 

Cargo
 Storage facilities

  

MANUANA
  RICHARD

  
 

+243 970015698

  
 

+243 816653729

  
 
  
 

Seaport
Security

  

SONGA
  LUSAMBIA

  
 

+243 818551766

  
 
  
 

Stevedoring

  
 

MANUANA
  RICHARD

  
 

+243 970015698

  
 
 

+243 816653729

  
 

Port Picture

Description and Contacts of Key Companies

4.4 Democratic Republic of Congo Port and Waterways Company Contact List

Port Performance

Handling Figures Bulk

Year: 2014

Bulk (MT)

 65.599 MT

Berthing Specifications

Berth & maximum draft: 388m length & 6m depth. The berths are operational yet require rehabilitation - the World Bank plans to finance the extension of the berths by 500m. 

Port Handling Equipment

The unloading and loading areas, and the cargo handling areas are fully operational. 

Equipment

Available

Total Quantity and Capacity Available

Comments on Current Condition and Actual Usage

Dockside Crane

 Yes

5 dock cranes: TITAN / ACMT / DERRICK models

 (from 3 up to 40 tons)

In poor condition, hardly serviceable

Dockside Crane 

No

 1 dock crane: LOCATELI model (65 mt)

 New, available starting May 2017

The WFP office has a mobile crane which can be rented through the Service Provision unit.

Container Facilities 

Container Facilities 

Port: 1: 950 m2
2: 1,260 m2
Train Station: 1: 1,826 m2
2: 1,875 m2

 

 

Port Cargo Equipment Available

 

Kalémie port has shipboard cranes, dockside cranes, and forklifts available. 

Customs Guidance

Customs services are available at Kalémie port.

1.3 Democratic Republic of Congo Customs Information

Hinterland Information

Tanganyka SNCC fleet:

  • Motorized: 2 units (500 & 600 Tons)
  • Barges 10 units (capacity: 227/477/497/547/885/900/977 tons)

Tanganyka private fleet:

  • 22 motorized units from 100 to 1,500 tons capacity
  • 3 barges from 550 to 885 tons capacity

All vessels (SNCC and private) navigating on Tanganyka lake.

 

Port Security 

Port security is operational - the area is fenced, well-lit, patrolled by guards, and has alert procedures in place. The port also has fire services present. 

 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.1.16 Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)  Port of  Kivovo

Port Overview 

The Port of Kivovo is on the northwest coast of Lake Tanganyika and located two kilometers away from the Port of Kalundu. Managed by private companies, it offers both passengers and/or freight services to Kalémie, Boma, Kigoma (Tanzania) and Mpulungu (Zambia). The infrastructure are fitted with a quay, warehouse and handling equipment. The local authorities have an office within their compound to ensure customs and police controls during embarking and debarking (DGDA, OCC, DGM…).

The port of Kivovo is a competitor for the historic operator SNCC, however, the poor condition state of the Route Nationale 5 (Bukavu – Lubumbashi) is also a drawback to boost the regional economic exchanges.  

Port Location and Contact 

Country 

Democratic Republic of Congo  

Province or District 

Sud Kivu 

Nearest Town or City 

with Distance from Port 

Uvira  

Distance: 40 minutes by car from Uvira downtown  

Port's Complete Name 

Port de Kivovo  

Latitude 

-3.442345 

Longitude 

29.129703 

Private Company 

  • Etablissement Mayaka 

  • Etablissement Kidoge Majagira (K.M) 

Nearest Airport and Airlines with Frequent International Arrivals/Departures 

n/a 

Other information  

The Port of Kivovo is an alternative importing route to supply DRC through the Northern Corridor under the authority of the Transit and Transport Coordination Authority (NCTTCA) and the Central Corridor under the authority of the Transit Transport Facilitation Agency (CCTTFA). 

 

Port Picture 

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Description and Contacts of Key Companies 

Company  Etablissement Mayaka 

Contact details  

Monsieur FRANCOIS – Gérant  

+ 243 997 701 135 

Activity  

Passengers & Cargo transport 

Trucking company  

Shipyard  

Berth  

Yes 

100 meters  

Boat  

Yes 

 

Rafiki II, 350 tons, passenger & cargo 

Rafiki III, 700 tons, passenger & cargo 

Superbus, only passenger 

Domestic Ship line  

Yes 

Uvira – Kalémie – Moba 

International Ship line  

Yes 

Kigoma (Tanzania) 

Mpulungu (Zambia) 

Handling equipment  

Yes 

Mobile crane, lifting up to 50 tons, rate per hour/day negotiable  

Handling services  

Yes 

30 handlers available, rate per type of item negotiable  

Storage facilities 

Yes 

610 m²  

Governmental services at port    

Yes 

Only during embarking and debarking operations  

Other information  

Road transport service is available with four trucks (average 20 mt)  

Geographical coverage is Uvira – Bukavu. Other destinations only on request  

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Company Etablissement Kidoge Majagira (K.M) 

Contact details  

Chef de Port: Olivier FADHILI  

+ 243 973 646 327 

 

Directeur Général : Kidoge KONGWA  

kidogegas@gmail.com  

 

Financier: John SHUKURU MATABISHI  

+ 243 992 030 390 etablissementkm1@gmail.com 

Activity  

Cargo transport 

Berth  

Yes 

90 meters  

Boat  

Yes 

 

M/V Asifiwez, 1000 tons, cargo only 

M/V Manne, 500 tons, cargo only 

M/V La Grace, 180 tons, cargo only 

M/V Yatoka Kwamungu, 165 tons, cargo only 

Domestic Ship line  

Yes 

Uvira – Kalémie – Moba 

International Ship line  

 Yes 

Only on request  

Kigoma (Tanzania) and Mpulungu (Zambia) 

Handling equipment  

Yes 

Mobile crane, lifting to 70 tons, rate per hour/day negotiable  

Handling services  

Yes 

Rate per item type of item negotiable  

Storage facilities 

Yes 

 225 m²  

Governmental services at port    

Yes 

Only during embarking and debarking operations  

Other information  

Road transport service is available with four trucks (average 20 mt)  

Geographical coverage is Uvira – Bukavu. Other destinations are on request  

 

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For more information on port contacts, please see the following link: 4.4 Port and Waterways Companies Contact List

Hinterland Information 

The Port of Kivovo is an alternative importing route to supply DRC through the Northern Corridor under the authority of the Transit and Transport Coordination Authority (NCTTCA) and the Central Corridor under the authority of the Transit Transport Facilitation Agency (CCTTFA). 

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Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.1.18 Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)  Port of Kasenga

Port Overview 

The Port of Kasenga is on the northwest coast of Lake Tanganyika and located in the district of Kasenga, city of Uvira. For the time being, there is only a single transporter company, however, additional companies have planned to open their private ports within this area. 

Port Location and Contact 

Country 

Democratic Republic of Congo  

Province or District 

Sud Kivu 

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Port 

Uvira

Port's Complete Name 

Port de Kasenga 

Latitude 

-3.364642 

Longitude 

29.150996 

Private Company 

Olga House  

Nearest Airport and Airlines with Frequent International Arrivals/Departures 

n/a 

Other information  

The Port of Kasenga is an alternative importing route to supply DRC through the Northern Corridor under the authority of the Transit and Transport Coordination Authority (NCTTCA) and the Central Corridor under the authority of the Transit Transport Facilitation Agency (CCTTFA).

Port Picture

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Description and Contacts of Key Companies  

Company Olga House 

Contact details  

Irène KABISUBA – Directrice Financière et Administrative 

+ 243 972 277 032 irenekabisuba@gmail.com 

 

Clément BASHINGUE – Responsable commercial 

+ 243 991 376 522 

Activity  

Passengers & Cargo transport 

Shipyard  

Berth  

Yes 

1 x 100 m

1 x 100 me (under construction) 

Boat  

Yes 

 

M/V, Okako I, 200 tons, passenger & cargo 

M/V, Okako II, 200 tons, passenger & cargo 

Domestic Ship line  

Yes 

Uvira – Kalémie – Moba 

International Ship line  

Yes 

Only on request  

Kigoma (Tanzania) and Mpulungu (Zambia) 

Handling equipment  

Yes 

Two mobile cranes (18 tons & 50 tons) and one forklift, rate per hour/day negotiable  

Handling services  

Yes 

Association ADPK (Association des Débardeurs du Port de Kalundu), rate is calculated per ton or unit (negotiable). 

Storage facilities 

Yes 

500 mt

Free storage for cargo booked for shipment with a limit of ten days maximum 

Governmental services at port    

Yes 

Only during embarking and debarking operations  

PNHF / SQAV 

Other information  

Website: olga-house.net 

 For more information on port contacts, please see the following link: 4.4 Port and Waterways Companies Contact List.

Port Handling Equipment 

 

 

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MAIN STORAGE TERMINAL 

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Hinterland Information 

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Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.1.19 Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Port of Ilebo

Port Overview 

Port Location and Contact 

Country 

Republic Democratic of Congo  

Province or District 

Kasaï 

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Port 

Ilebo 

Port's Complete Name 

Port d’Ilebo 

Latitude 

-4.331938 

Longitude 

20.569453 

Managing Company or Port Authority 

 

SNCC 

Société Nationale des Chemins de Fer du Congo 

Management Contact Person 

Directeur de la Coordination  
Willy MIZUMI  

+ 243 814 070 505 / + 243 970 058 380 

 

Service Commerciale 

+ 243 824 190 169 / +243 972 744 292 

 

Service Transport  

+ 243 814247429 / +243 999 197 970 

Nearest Airport and Airlines with Frequent International Arrivals/Departures 

n/a 

 

The multimodal SNCC Port of Ilebo plays a crucial logistics role to supply the province considering the very poor condition of the road from Ilebo. Manufactured products, construction material, hydrocarbon etc.… arriving from Kinshasa by water barges are then delivered to Kananga and within the province by train. The local economy highly depends on the train to ensure a continuous business trade and supply within the province.  
 
Below an indicative lead time and subject to change without prior notice.

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Port Picture

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Kasai River view from the 500 m long quay and a water barge arriving from Kinshasa.

Description and Contacts of Key Companies

Warehouses along the quay are rented by private companies such like Beltexco, Afrifood, PPC Cemen, to supply their customers or distribution centers in Kananga and within the province.  
Beltexco also offers a river transportation service with a fleet of 20 water barges (400 to 600 mt each) and can be contracted from Kinshasa. 

Then, several forwarding agents based in the Port of Ilebo ensure transshipment, wagon bookings, taxes / charges payments and cargo follow up on behalf of the customers.  

For more information on port contacts, please see the following link: 4.4 Port and Waterways Companies Contact List

Port Performance 

Seasonal Constraints 

 

Occurs 

Time Frame 

Rainy Season 

Yes 

From August to April  

Other comments 

Inland traffic 

Rainy season is the peak of water traffic considering the elevated level of the river facilitating the navigation 

Train traffic 

Rainy season is the off peak of train traffic.  

There is one train per week compared with 2-3 trains per week during the dry season. Indeed, landslides often occur causing derailments then repairing/maintenance can take several days prior resuming of the train service.  

During rainy season, landslides often occur causing damaged tracks or train derailment on the legs Ilebo – Kananga – Ilebo. The resuming of train traffic can take several days or weeks depending on the maintenance and repairing duration. 

The SNCC port has a capacity to handle 300 mt per day .

Handling Figures for 2021 

Vessel Calls 

88 

 

Handling Figures Bulk for 2021 

Bulk (mt) 

18,743 

Discharge Rates and Terminal Handling Charges 

Several charges and taxes applied then depend on the type of the goods (manufactured products, hydrocarbon, cereals…). Forwarding agents operating in the port are in the position to provide an accurate quote to the customers. The cost of a full loaded wagon may vary from 3500 USD to 5500 USD. 

Berthing Specifications 

Type of Berth 

Quantity 

Length 

(m) 

Comments 

Conventional Berth 

500 

The SEP Congo has a dedicated 60 m long quay and its tanker terminal located next to the port is also connected by tracks. 

Container Berth 

Water Barges 

Port Handling Equipment 

The port equipment is managed by the SNCC. 

Equipment 

Available 

 

Total Quantity and Capacity Available 

Comments on Current Condition and Actual Usage 

Dockside Crane 

Yes 

12  
(Lifting 3 to 6 tons) 

Only 8 in service 

Container Gantries 

Yes 

1  

(40 tons capacity) 

In service 

Mobile Cranes 

Yes 

(65 tons capacity) 

In service 

 

Reachstacker 

No 

RoRo Tugmaster (with Trailer) 

No 

Grain Elevator with Bagging Machines 

No 

Transtainer 

No 

Forklifts 

No 

 

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Customs Guidance 

DGDA office is open from Monday to Saturday then the below government offices are also represented to control either persons and/or goods:   

  • DGM - Direction Générale de Migration     

  • OCC - Office Congolais de Contrôle     

  • PNHF/ SQAV - Programme National de l'Hygiène aux Frontières / Service de Quarantaine Animale et Végétale     

For more information on customs in Democratic Republic of Congo, please see the following link:1.3 Customs Information. 

Main Storage Terminal 

Storage Type 

Number of Storage Facilities 

General Cargo 

The SNCC has two warehouses and offers 15 days free of charge if needed to complete the transshipment. However, the storage capacity is limited and it is recommended to transfer the goods once discharged at the port into the train to Kananga. 

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Stevedoring 

Labor work is organized under a local union and the contracting service is facilitated by the forwarding agents.  
The handling charge is 75 USD per loaded wagon.

Hinterland Information 

Cargo is only moved out from the port by train considering the very poor condition of the road to Kananga.  
As previously mentioned, a train carries a maximum of 15 wagons (40 mt each) and frequency will vary according to the season. Then, the SNCC allocates wagon among all the traders and there is no possibility to obtain a fully dedicated train. Therefore, spreading out of deliveries must be considered and contracting a forwarding agent at the port of Ilebo is recommended to ensure a regular wagon booking and cargo follow-up. 

The road Kananga – Ilebo is 367 km, two days drive in 4x4 with an overnight in Mweka or Kakangé. The road is in very poor condition and becomes difficult during the rainy season.  

(Source: Carte des contraintes d'accès - Axe Routier Kananga - Ilebo  DRC November 2020 - Logistics Cluster)  

 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.2 Democratic Republic of Congo Aviation

Overview 

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Airports

The Autorité de l’Aviation Civile de la République Démocratique du Congo (AAC /RDC) is the national regulatory authority in charge of the regulations, supervision and control of civil aviation activities in accordance with the principles of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).  
 
Furthermore, the Régie des Voies Aériennes (RVA) is a state-owned technical and commercial corporation established by Ordinance-Law No. 72-013 of 21 February 1972 that manages 53 airports as of August 2022. It is responsible for designing, building, developing, maintaining and operating the airports, managing DRC’s airspace and ensuring air navigation safety. It is also responsible for the commercial exploitation of airport equipment and facilities and training its staff. 

  • Four International airports: Kinshasa N’djili, Goma, Lubumbashi Luano and Kisangani 

  • Sixteen National airports: Mbuji-Mayi, Bukavu, Kananga, Kinshasa N’dolo, Mbandaka, Bandundu, Bunia, Gemena, Isiro, Kalemie, Kindu, Kolwezi, Lodja, Mwanda, Gbadolite, Tshikapa 

  • Thirty-three aerodromes 

The air transport sector is not reliable with a dilapidated airport infrastructure system, which requires public and private investment for rehabilitation. Thus, the government is committed to modernizing this sector with the objective of meeting ICAO aviation safety standards through past and ongoing improvements plans such as the following. 

Two aviation safety projects funded by the Groupe de la Banque Africaine de Development (BAD) with the past 2010 - 2015 Projet Prioritaire de Sécurité Aérienne Phase 1 (PPSA I) and the ongoing 2018-2022 Projet Prioritaire de Sécurité Aérienne Phase 2 (PPSA II). Those two projects included construction and renovation works of airport control towers, construction of fire stations and safety fences, acquisition of firefighting and rescue vehicles and airport security equipment (Kinshasa N’djili, Kisangani, Lubumbashi Luano, Kindu & Mbuji-Mayi) 

The Projet d'Amélioration de la Sécurité à l'Aéroport de Goma (PASAG) managed by the Cellule d’Exécution du Projet du Transport Multimodal (CEPTM) with fundings from the DRC government and the World Bank. Amongst others, it resulted in the building of a new tower control in Goma inaugurated in November 2021, the rehabilitation of the runway (up to a length of 3000 m), and improvement of the airstrip lights.  

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Goma Airport: a new tower control in November 2021 that complies with international aeronautic standards 

For the government, improving the air transport sector will open the country both externally and internally to boost the local economy and to increase the regional trade. Through public and institutional investments, DRC also wants to normalize the air traffic by ensuring the safety of air navigation and aeronautical security and help get the country's airlines off the European Union (EU) blacklist. In this regard, DRC and Ethiopian Air Lines are negotiating a  partnership to create a new air company called Air Congo (7 aircrafts, maintenance program and capacity building).The current national airline company Congo Airways is currently operating only an aircraft type A320-200 to cover its domestic network, as three other aircrafts are still under maintenance.  

There are numerous private airlines operating in DRC but many of them are banned for transporting staff by UN agencies and most INGOs. The main reason is the still alarming accident record due to disrespect of international aviation standards in-country. Thus, United Nation Humanitarian Air Service (UNHAS) is operating in the whole country with nine aircraft and took over the management of Echo Flight in 2020 (one aircraft and one helicopter).  

For more information, contact details and routes, please visit  here the DRC Cluster Logistics website. 

For more information on government agency and airport company contact information, please see the following links: 4.1 Government Contact List and 4.5 Airport Companies Contact List

Aviation taxes for passengers

In 2009, the RVA introduced a tax to fund the rehabilitation of airport infrastructures through the Redevance de Développement des Infrastructures Aéroportuaires (IDEF) also called GO PASS. 

Current rates are: 

  • 10 USD per passenger when embarking for a national flight  

  • 50 USD per passenger when embarking for an international flight 

 

Additional taxes when applicable: 

  • Tax from the provincial transport authorities (starting from 5 USD) 

  • Statistics tax (in some airports): 5 USD 

Procedures for Foreign Registered Aircraft 

The request must comply with AAA/RDC ‘s procedures in force as described below to grant an official registration and authorization to operate in DRC. The process is led by the Direction du Transport Aérien (DTA) and may also involve additional national authorities such as DGM (Direction Générale de Migration), SCS (Service du Conseiller Spécial), and Ministère de la Défense Nationale or ARN (Agence Nationale de Renseignement ). 

Reference

Description

 

POAAC-LEG-09-02 

Procédure relative à l'octroi de l'autorisation de survol à un aéronef 

Link 

POAAC-LEG-09-03 

Procédure relative à l'octroi de l'autorisation de survol et atterrissage à un aéronef 

Link 

POAAC-LEG-09-04 

Procédure octroi de l'autorisation de circulation au-dessus du territoire congolais 

Link 

 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.2.1 Democratic Republic of Congo Kinshasa N'Djili SeniorInternational Airport

 

The Kinshasa/N’Djili Airport is the largest of the six international airports in DRC. It remains the country's most active airport freight terminal. Despite its importance, the existing facility is not in line with international standards and regulations and its location does not provide room to grow nor to facilitate the proper handling of materials.

However, some improvements happened in the last 2 years including a new international passenger terminal and a new control tower. Additional refueling points and taxi extension are also on their way. 

Location Details

Country

The Democratic Republic of Congo

Latitude

-4.385736

Province / District

Kinshasa

Longitude

15.44449

Town or City (Closest)

Kinshasa

Elevation (ft and m)

1,027 ft / 313.03 m

Airfield Name

N’DJILI

IATA and ICAO Codes

FIH/ FZAA

Open From (hours)

24 hrs

Open To (hours)

24 hrs

Runways

Existing infrastructure dating back to the independence period have suffered from the cumulative effect of lack of maintenance and successive wars. The Kinshasa N’Djili runway has suffered some damages (cracks, rot, potholes, sinking etc.). A rehabilitation project is currently taking place.

Runway #1

Runway Dimensions

3,300 m x 60 m (previously 4,700 m to be used as US space shuttle emergency landing strip)

Orientation

243°/063°

Surface

Asphalt, asphaltic concrete, tar macadam, or bitumen bound macadam.

 

Helicopter Pad(s)

There is no landing pad or area or platform for helicopter per se. However, there are some parts of the tarmac area at the Ndjili airport that have been arranged to allow for all types of aircraft to safely land and park.

Helipad #1

Present (Yes / No)

Yes

Largest helicopter that can land

Mi 26

Width and Length (metres)

n/a

Surface

n/a

Airport Infrastructure Details

Customs

Yes

JET A-1 fuel

Yes

Immigration

Yes

AVGAS 100

Yes

Terminal Building

Yes

Point Refueling (now 14, soon +7)

Yes

Passenger Terminal

Yes

Air Starter Units

Yes

Cargo terminal

Yes

Ground Power (mobile)

Yes

Pax transport to airfield

Yes

Ground Handling Services

Yes

Control Tower

Yes

Latrine Servicing

Yes

Weather Facilities

Yes

Fire Fighting Category (ICAO) LEVEL 9

Yes

Catering Services

Yes

De-icing Equipment

No

Base Operating Room

Yes

Parking Ramp Lighting

Yes

Airport Radar

No

Approach & Runway Lights

Yes

NDB

Yes

VOR

Yes

ILS

Yes

ADS-B

Yes



Passenger and Cargo Performance Indicator

Hangar for aircraft maintenance                                              Control tower (soon to be replaced)

Total aircraft movements

Movements

Year

Domestic

International

Arrival

Departure

Total

Arrival

Departure

Total

Grand Total

2012

5,690

5,810 

11,500 

3,581 

3,473 

7,054

18,554 

2013 5,849 5,864 11,713 4,010 3,979 7,989 19,702
2014 5,496 5,591 11,087 4,159 4,056 8,215 19,302

Source: RVA/Service statistiques/Division d'exploitation    


Total passengers

Passengers

Year

Domestic

International

Arrival

Departure

Total

Arrival

Departure

Total

Grand Total

2012

14,1223

171,453 

312,676 

206,036 

208,430 

414,466

727,142

2013 131,606 142,666 274,272 240,796 238,860 479,656 753,928
2014 139,618 144,068 283,686 245,589 244,063 489,652 773,338

Source: RVA/Service statistiques/Division d'exploitation

BOEING 787                                                                             New Passenger Terminal


Total Cargo

AIR FREIGHT

Year

Domestic

International

Arrival

Departure

Total

Arrival

Departure

Total

Grand Total

2012

13,896

35,160 

49,056 

15,271 

5,220 

20,348

69,404 

2013 16,514 35,541 52,055 19,037 5,310 24,347 76,403
2014 14,004 33,143 47,147 21,053 4,747 25,801 72,949

Source: RVA/Service statistiques/Division d'exploitation


Cargo planes commonly used in DRC

ANTONOV 26                                                                         BOEING 727

Airport Operating Details

Operating Details
Maximum sized aircraft which can be offloaded on bulk cargo:

All type of common cargo-carrying aircraft types including:

  • Boeing B767-300F with a maximum load volume of 438 cbm
  • Lockheed L1011 Tristar with a maximum load volume of 420 cbm
  • Douglas DC10 with a maximum load volume of 451 cbm
  • Boeing MD11 with a maximum load volume of 600 cbm
  • Ilyushin IL-76 with a maximum load volume of 580 cbm
  • Boeing B747-100 with a maximum load of 585 cbm
  • Boeing B777-300F with a maximum load volume of 633 cbm
  • Boeing B747-200 with a maximum load volume of 605 cbm
  • Boeing B747-400 with a maximum load volume of 605 cbm
  • Antonov AN-124 with a maximum load volume of 800 cbm
  • Antonov AN-225 with a maximum load volume of 1100 cbm

 NB: AN 225 landing not confirmed but C5 Galaxy did land.

Maximum sized aircraft that can be offloaded on pallet see above
Total aircraft parking area (m²)

There are 3 Parking areas:

The Congolese Air Force parking

The "Hangar Technique" parking, which is currently undergoing extension, has a surface of 31,500 square meters. It can accommodate up to 10 aircraft.

The Tarmac or Central Parking allocated to both National and International airlines including cargo totals 60,000 square meters.

The Central parking has 14 parking among which the Parking #9, 10 and 11 are dedicated to Cargo freighters.

(Source: RVA N'Djili, Division circulation Aérienne)
Storage Area (mt) Very limited * Cubic Meters (m³) n/a
Cargo Handling Equipment Available (Yes / No) Yes If "Yes" specify below
Elevators / Hi Loaders (Yes / No) Yes Max Capacity (mt) n/a
Can elevators / Hi Loaders reach the upper level of a B747 (Yes / No) Yes
Loading Ramps (Yes / No) Yes


Handling companies present on the ground (4):

CONGO HANDLING SERVICE / CHS

Congo Handling Service's cargo handling equipment list


AFRICAN TRANSPORT SYSTEMS / ATS

Information on ATS can be found on its website.

 

CARGOMAN

Cargoman's cargo handling equipment list

 

GAS / Global Aviation Service

Information on ATS can be found on its website.

Storage Facilities

There is a public bonded warehouse which is under the management of DGDA (Direction Générale des Douanes et Accises). Only 2 private bonded warehouses are available (Bolloré Africa Logistics – BAL and DHL express): Bolloré’s is 600 sqm and DHL’s is smaller. For large amounts of cargo, BAL usually transfers the goods to their warehouse in town (named Air France Cargo location), with a special customs procedure (enlèvement d’urgence permanent).

NB: BAL has a cold room (2 x 40’ reefers) in the airport which can activated upon request. DGDA has one too (190 cbm), but it’s believed unreliable (tbc). DHL’s is apparently in renovation.

Boloré’s warehouse                                                              DHL warehouse


Airfield Cost

See 2.2 Democratic Republic of Congo Aviation

Navigation Charges

See 2.2 Democratic Republic of Congo Aviation

Cargo Terminal Charges

See 2.2 Democratic Republic of Congo Aviation

Security

The main weaknesses of the air transport system in DRC include the advanced state of dilapidation of airport infrastructure, obsolete air navigation equipment and lack of resources to enable the administration to effectively perform its air safety and security supervision functions. In addition, the country is in a strategic position in the air transport industry at the regional and international levels because most flights between Southern Africa and Europe as well as between Southern Africa, West, and East Africa use its vast airspace without adequate visualization or surveillance systems. 

 

 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.2.2 Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Goma International Airport

Airport Overview 

Goma International Airport plays a key role as the main air hub for East Congo. In the last few years, the airport’s safety has been upgraded with an extension of the runway and the building of a new tower control (PASAG projects). However, the airport remains vulnerable with the active volcano Nyiragongo located about 20 km from Goma (last eruption in May 2021). 

Airport Location and Contact 

Country 

Republic Democratic of Congo  

Province or District 

North Kivu 

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Airport 

Goma  

Airport’s Complete Name 

Goma International Airport 

Latitude 

-1.670856

Longitude 

29.238403

Elevation (ft and m) 

5,045 ft – 1538 m 

IATA Code 

GOM 

ICAO Code 

FZNA 

Managing Company or Airport Authority 

RVA 

Régie des Voies Aériennes 

Management Contact Person 

+ 243 815 136 006 

goma-aero@rva.cd 

Open from to (hours) 

24 Hours 

Port Picture 

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Description and Contacts of Key Companies 

Daily commercial and cargo flights connect Goma to Kinshasa, other main cities of DRC (Bunia, Beni, Kalémie, Kissangani) and one African capital (Addis Ababa), from where a connection to Europe Middle East is available. Flight cancellations without prior notice often occur and passengers can wait several days before their flight is rescheduled. In addition, fuel storage has been impacted by recent the current crisis in Europe.

Below airline companies currently operating at Goma Airport: 

CAA,  Congo AirwaysEthiopan Airlines, Gomair, Malu AviationServair CargoTrans Air Cargo Service

For more information on airport contacts, please see the following link: 4.5 Airport Companies Contact List

Passenger and Cargo Performance Indicator 

Total Aircraft Movements

Performance  

Arrival 

Departure 

GOMA 

Domestic 

International 

Domestic 

International 

2021 

9,053 

798 

9,033 

808 

2020 

7,100 

666 

7,115 

643 

2019 

8,731 

822 

8,666 

882 

Source : Statistique RVA 

Total Passangers

Performance  

Arrival 

Departure 

GOMA 

Domestic 

International 

Domestic 

International 

2021 

104,541 

35,817 

103,125 

34,420 

2020 

68,679 

21,850 

66,678 

22,571 

2019 

121,494 

21,988 

114,851 

22,406 

Source : Statistique RVA 

Total Cargo (in mt)

Performance  

Arrival 

Departure 

GOMA 

Domestic 

International 

Domestic 

International 

2021 

5 234,762 

859,214 

20 012,593 

270,031 

2020 

3 988,066 

671,809 

16 450,138 

216,045 

2019 

5 132,840 

437,300 

14 836,890 

310,303 

Source : Statistique RVA  

Runways 

Runway #1 

Runway Dimensions 

2995 x 45 

Orientation 

17/35 

Surface 

Macadam/Tarmac 

Airport Infrastructure Details 

Customs 

Yes 

JET A-1 fuel 

Yes 

Immigration 

Yes 

AVGAS 100 

n/a

Terminal Building 

Yes 

Single Point Refueling 

n/a

Passenger Terminal 

Yes 

Air Starter Units 

n/a

Cargo terminal 

Yes 

Ground Power (mobile) 

n/a

Pax Transport to Airfield 

Yes 

Ground Handling Services 

Yes 

Control Tower 

Yes 

Latrine Servicing 

n/a

Weather Facilities 

Yes 

Fire Fighting Category (ICAO) 

Catering Services 

Yes 

De-icing Equipment 

n/a

Base Operating Room 

Yes 

Parking Ramp Lighting 

n/a

Airport Radar 

Yes 

Approach & Runway Lights 

Yes 

NDB 

Yes 

VOR 

Yes 

ILS 

n/a

 

 

Airport Operating Details 

Operating Details 

Loading Ramps 

Yes  

Elevators / Hi Loaders

Yes  

United Nation Humanitarian Air Service (UNHAS)
Since 2008, UNHAS has provided air access throughout the country and has added new remote destinations for helicopter services that support the humanitarian response in Ituri, North and South Kivu, which are unreachable with fixed-wing aircraft. UNHAS DRC offers fifty destinations with a fleet of nine aircraft strategically based in Kinshasa, Goma, Bunia, and Kalemie, to respond effectively to regular demand and emergencies/evacuations. 
Contact details, routes and flight schedules are available in DRC Logistics Cluster website here .

Customs Guidance 

For information on customs in Democratic Republic of Congo, please see the following link: 1.3 Customs Information.    

Airfield Costs 

FUEL SERVICES CHARGES 

The cost of importing jet fuel has increased recently and the country faced shortage in September 2022. The Ministry of Hydrocarbons has implemented a contingency plan that includes rationing fuel until the arrival of new stocks. Due to this context, prices are fluctuating and the current fuel price list is available on the website of the Ministry of Economy here.  

Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.2.3 Democratic Republic of Congo Lubumbashi First ClassInternational Airport (Category 1)

 

 

Lubumbashi airport is in fact the second most important Congolese airport in terms of aviation activity, especially with international traffic. This is because of the intense economic activity in the region, mainly in and around mining. This has allowed the creation of several private domestic airlines, mainly for VIP (helicopter or jet) and freight (cargo planes) transport.

Airport Details

 

Country

DRC

Latitude

-11.59111

Province / District

HAUT KATANGA

Longitude

27.525

Airport Name

Lubumbashi airport

Elevation (ft and m)

4,295 ft / 1309.12 m

IATA & ICAO codes

FBM / FZQA

Surface

Asphalt

Town or City (closest)

Lubumbashi

Runway Condition

GOOD

Humanitarian air agencies using regularly this facility

UNHAS

ECHOFLIGHT

MAF

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening (Yes / No)

YES

Runway Dimension

3,150 m x 50 m

Ground Handling (Yes / No)

YES

Refueling Capacity

YES

Runway Lighting (Yes / No)

YES

Runway Heading

YES

Fire Fighting Equipment (Yes / No)

YES

Air Traffic Control (Yes / No)

YES

Windsock (Yes / No)

YES

Weather Information (Yes / No)

YES

Aircraft Parking space (Yes / No)

YES

Navigation Aids (Yes / No)

YES

Perimeter fencing (Yes / No)

YES

Passenger’s terminal (tarmac side)                                     Passenger’s terminal (public access)


International Airlines with regular flights to Lubumbashi:

  • Ethiopian Airlines
  • Kenya Airways
  • South African Airways

NB: Please note that Korongo Airlines (Brussels Airlines joint partner) shut down their activity in September 2015. This was the only Congolese airline authorized to UN staff and most NGOs between Lubumbashi and Kinshasa.

Main taxi area for passenger planes                                   Medium size cargo plane for rent (ITAB)

Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.2.4 Democratic Republic of Congo Gbadolite First ClassNational Airport (Category 2)

Gbadolite airport used to be the best equipped airport at the time of its splendor. Since 1997, it has unfortunately been looted several times and stripped of of all its aviation equipment. It remains, however, one of the longest airstrips in the DRC, and is located  in a humanitarian hotspot due to the Central African refugee crisis.

Airport Details

 

Country

DRC

Latitude

4.25

Province / District

NORTH UBANGI

Longitude

20.96667

Airport Name

Gbadolite airport

Elevation (ft)

1,509 ft / 459.94 m

IATA & ICAO codes

BDT / FZFD

Surface

Asphalt

Town or City (closest)

Gbadolite

Runway Condition

GOOD

Humanitarian air agencies using regularly this facility

UNHAS

ECHOFLIGHT

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening (Yes / No)

NO

Runway Dimension

3,200 m x 60 m

Ground Handling (Yes / No)

NO

Refueling Capacity

NO

Runway Lighting (Yes / No)

NO

Runway Heading

NO

Fire Fighting Equipment (Yes / No)

NO

Air Traffic Control (Yes / No)

NO

Windsock (Yes / No)

YES

Weather Information (Yes / No)

NO

Aircraft Parking space (Yes / No)

YES

Navigation Aids (Yes / No)

NO

Perimeter fencing (Yes / No)

NO

Abandoned & non serviceable ground equipment and Main taxi for (manual) offloading.

 

 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.2.5 Democratic Republic of Congo Kisangani / Bangoka FirstClass National Airport (Category 2)

 

Built in 1978, to replace the other airport in town (now only for military use), Bangoka airport is located in the medium north of DRC. The nearby town of Kisangani is connected by roads and rivers to the West and the East of the country. This airport used to be a key hub in the economy and in humanitarian responses since the 1990s. The main building is a large passenger terminal (currently in renovation) able to host a large number of passengers. The cargo possibilities is unfortunately very restrained due to lack of ground equipment and warehousing. Custom and immigration services are nevertheless present and operational. 

The airport seems to be now in decline with only bi-weekly flights from MONUSCO, from private airline CAA and occasionally the private cargo airline SERVICE AIR. However, Bangoka has been included in an ABD (African Bank Development) project for the renovation of DRC’s airports and some parts of the airport are now being rehabilitated (Congo aviation authority office, control tower, generator’s room). MONUSCO has donated firefighting equipment. It is unclear when the renovation work will be completed. 

Airport Details

 

Country

DRC

Latitude

0.483333

Province / District

TSHOPO

Longitude

25.33333

Airport Name

Bangoka airport

Elevation (ft)

1,417 ft / 431.90 m

IATA & ICAO codes

FKI / FZIC

Surface

Asphalt

Town or City (closest)

Kisangani

Runway Condition

GOOD

Humanitarian air agencies using regularly this facility

N/A

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening (Yes / No)

NO

Runway Dimension

3,500 m x 45 m

Ground Handling (Yes / No)

Limited

Refueling Capacity

YES

Runway Lighting (Yes / No)

YES*

Runway Heading

NO

Fire Fighting Equipment (Yes / No)

YES

Air Traffic Control (Yes / No)

YES

Windsock (Yes / No)

YES

Weather Information (Yes / No)

YES

Aircraft Parking space (Yes / No)

YES

Navigation Aids (Yes / No)

NO

Perimeter fencing (Yes / No)

NO

* On request in advance (powered by generator)

The existing control tower.                                                One of the firefighting vehicles currently on duty.

 

The main parking area.                                                         The passenger terminal building. 

 

NB:

  1. The biggest aircraft that has landed here is an ANTONOV 124.
  2. There are fees for vehicle access on tarmac: $20 USD/day, $300 USD/year.

Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.2.6 Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Kavumu National Airport ( Bukavu)

Airport Overview 

Airport Location and Contact 

Country 

Democratic Republic of the Congo  

Province or District 

Sud Kivu  

Nearest Town or City  
with Distance from Airport 

Bukavu  

Distance: 35 km (1 hour drive by car) 

Airport’s Complete Name 

Kavumu 

Latitude 

-2.309215 

Longitude 

28.808185 

Elevation (ft and m) 

5,655 ft – 1725 m 

IATA Code 

BKY 

ICAO Code 

FZMA 

Managing Company or Airport Authority 

RVA 

Régie des Voies Aériennes 

Management Contact Person 

Commandant de l’Aéroport : 

Patrick MUKULUMANYA + 243 814 284 292 

 

Chef de circulation aérienne : 

Douglas NGANGA + 243 999 329 760 

NGO and/or UN Presence at Airport? 

UNHAS (Contact details, routes and flight schedules are available on the DRC Logistics Cluster website here

MONUSCO  

A dozen airline companies for cargo activities (e.g. Swala Aviation, Busy Bee Congo, Servair Cargo, Gomair) are operating at Kavumu Airport. MONUSCO has improved the airport facilities during the last years.  

Airport Picture 

 

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Runway(s) 

Runway #1 

Runway Dimensions 

2000 x 45 m 

Runway Orientation 

17/35 

Runway Surface 

Macadam 

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Airport Infrastructure Details 

 

Infrastructure  

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening  

Yes 

Runway Lighting 

 No 

Refueling Capacity 

Yes 

Ground Handling Services 

Yes  

Air Traffic Control  

Yes  

Fire Fighting Equipment  

Yes  

Weather Information 

Yes  

Aircraft Parking Space 

Yes 

Navigation Aids  

Yes  

Perimeter Fencing  

Yes  

Windsock  

Yes  

 

 

Fuel Services Charges 

The cost of importing jet fuel has recently increased and the country faced shortages last September 2022. The Ministry of Hydrocarbons has implemented a contingency plan that includes rationing fuel until the arrival of new stocks. Due to this context, prices are fluctuating and the current fuel price list is available on the website of the Ministry of Economy here

Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.2.7 Democratic Republic of Congo Kinshasa N'Dolo SecondClass National Airport (Category 1)

The Kinshasa Ndolo airport hosts the General Staff of the DRC Air Force and their air base. It features some standard airworthy equipment.

Airport Details

Country

DRC

Latitude

-4.326689

Province / District

Kinshasa

Longitude

15.32734

Airport Name

N’dolo

Elevation (ft)

914.99 ft / 278.89 m

IATA & ICAO codes

NLO / FZAB

Surface

Asphalt

Town or City (closest)

Kinshasa

Runway Condition

Runway, off-ramp and tarmac

in bad condition

Humanitarian air agencies using regularly this facility

ECHOFLIGHT

ICRC / MSF

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening (Yes / No)

Yes

Runway Dimension

1,300 m x 30 m

Ground Handling (Yes / No)

Yes

Refueling Capacity

Yes

Runway Lighting (Yes / No)

Yes

Runway Heading

Yes

Fire Fighting Equipment (Yes / No)

Yes

Air Traffic Control (Yes / No)

Yes

Windsock (Yes / No)

Yes

Weather Information (Yes / No)

Yes

Aircraft Parking space (Yes / No)

Yes

Navigation Aids (Yes / No)

Yes

Perimeter fencing (Yes / No)

Yes

 


 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.2.8 Democratic Republic of Congo Bunia National Airport(Category 2)

Most of the National airports and airfields do not possess the adequate infrastructure nor offer the services demanded by the airline industry.

Airport Details

Country

DRC

Latitude

1.565719

Province / District

PROVINCE ORIENTALE

Longitude

30.22083

Airport Name

BUNIA Airport

Elevation (ft)

4,045 ft / 1,232.92 m

IATA & ICAO codes

BUX / FZKA 

Surface

Asphalt

Town or City (closest)

BUNIA

Runway Condition

Good

Humanitarian air agencies using regularly this facility

UNHAS

ECHOFLIGHT

MAF

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening (Yes / No)

No

Runway Dimension

1,850 m x 30 m

Ground Handling (Yes / No)

Yes

Refueling Capacity

Yes

Runway Lighting (Yes / No)

No

Runway Heading

Yes

Fire Fighting Equipment (Yes / No)

Yes

Air Traffic Control (Yes / No)

Yes

Windsock (Yes / No)

Yes

Weather Information (Yes / No)

Yes

Aircraft Parking space (Yes / No)

Yes

Navigation Aids (Yes / No)

Yes

Perimeter fencing (Yes / No)

Yes

Overview and control tower.

 

 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.2.9 Democratic Republic Congo Kalemie Second ClassNational Airport (Category 2)

Airport Overview

Kalemie airport is fully operational, operating solely during the day time. The airport has functional taxiways and parking areas. 

Airport Details

Country

DRC

Latitude

-5.875525

Province / District

KATANGA

Longitude

29.24937

Airport Name

KALEMIE Airport

Elevation (ft)

2,569 ft / 783.03 m

IATA & ICAO codes

FMI/ FZRF

Surface

Asphalt

Town or City (closest)

n/a

Runway Condition

Good

Humanitarian air agencies using regularly this facility

UNHAS

ECHOFLIGHT

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening (Yes / No)

No

Runway Dimension

1,750 m x 30 m

Ground Handling (Yes / No)

No

Refueling Capacity

No

Runway Lighting (Yes / No)

No

Runway Heading

No

Fire Fighting Equipment (Yes / No)

No

Air Traffic Control (Yes / No)

No

Windsock (Yes / No)

No

Weather Information (Yes / No)

No

Aircraft Parking space (Yes / No)

No

Navigation Aids (Yes / No)

No

Perimeter fencing (Yes / No)

No

Services 

The airport houses immigration and refuelling facilities. There are no cargo handling facilities.

Access to the airport is good. 

The parking areas are in good condition, have a surface area of 7200 m², and can hold 2 hawkers, and 9 small airplanes. 

Existing communications means include a radio room and access via mobile phone. 

 

Helicopter Pad(s)

Kalemie airport has a helicopter pad. 

 

Security 

The airport, though not fenced, is patrolled by guards and has appropriate alert procedures and communications in place. It is well-lit, and has fire services on hand. 

 

Contact(s)

Airport Focal Point:

 

AMULI KADALI OLIVIER +243 812357859

Immigration:

NYEMBO ABUNAMBOKA +243 814076021

Security:

 

AMULI KADALI OLIVIER +243 812357859

 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.2.10 Democratic Republic of Congo Kindu Second ClassNational Airport (Category 2)

Kindu is among the national airports and airfields that do not possess the adequate infrastructures nor offer the services demanded by the airline industry.

Airport Details

Country

DRC

Latitude

-2.919178

Province / District

MANIEMA

Longitude

25.91536

Airport Name

Kindu Airport

Elevation (ft)

1,630 ft . 496.82 m

IATA & ICAO codes

KND/ FZOA

Surface

Asphalt

Town or City (closest)

Kindu

Runway Condition

Fair

Humanitarian air agencies using regularly this facility

UNHAS

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening (Yes / No)

No

Runway Dimension

2,200 m x 45 m

Ground Handling (Yes / No)

No

Refueling Capacity

No

Runway Lighting (Yes / No)

No

Runway Heading

No

Fire Fighting Equipment (Yes / No)

No

Air Traffic Control (Yes / No)

No

Windsock (Yes / No)

Yes

Weather Information (Yes / No)

No

Aircraft Parking space (Yes / No)

Yes

Navigation Aids (Yes / No)

Yes

Perimeter fencing (Yes / No)

Yes

No ground equipment for handling (here a medical organization offloading by hand a B727). Fire truck inherited from MONUSCO.

 

 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.2.11 Democratic Republic of Congo Butembo Second ClassNational Airport (Category 2)

Airport Overview

Butembo is a large city with an estimated population of 1 million people. The Butembo airstrip runs quite literally through the middle of the city, which unfortunately has reasonably high rates of urban crime. Due to a lack of security at the airport, there are often numbers of people who cross the runway, even when soldiers are deployed to prevent people from doing so. As a result, the runways of the airport are considered dangerous.

 

 Airport Location and Contact 
  Country

Democratic Republic of

Congo 

Province or District 

North Kivu

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Airport

  

 

The airport literally runs

through the middle

of Butembo city 

Airport’s Complete Name

Butembo airport

Latitude 

0°7’2.07”N 

Longitude

29°18’46.17”E 

Elevation (ft and m) 

1500 m

IATA Code 

NO

ICAO Code 

NO

Managing Company or Airport Authority

RVA 

Management Contact Person 

Moise Mbusa

NGO and/or UN Presence at Airport? 

Yes/MONUSCO

                  
 

Runway(s)

Runway #1 

Runway Dimensions

700 L (m) X 10 W (m) 

Runway Orientation 

 110°290° 

Runway Surface 

Gravel 

Runway Condition 

Laterite/bad condition 

Airport Infrastructure Details

Infrastructure  

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening  

No

Runway Lighting

No

Refueling Capacity

No 

Ground Handling Services  

No

Air Traffic Control  

Yes 118.100

Fire Fighting Equipment  

No

Weather Information

Yes 

Aircraft Parking Space 

Yes

Navigation Aids  

 

Perimeter Fencing  

No 

Windsock Yes

 

 

Fuel Services Charges

There is no fuel service recharge in Butembo.

 

 

Price per Litre USD - $

Jet A-1

N/A

Avgas N/A

 

Royalties / Non-Objection Fees (NOFs)

Passengers will have to pay 34 USD for GO pass.

Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.2.12 Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Kananga National Airport

Airport Overview 

Airport Location and Contact 

Country 

Democratic Republic of Congo 

Province or District 

Kasai Central 

Nearest Town or City  
with Distance from Airport 

Kananga  

Distance: 7 km (15 minutes drive by car) 

Airport’s Complete Name 

Kananga Airport

Latitude 

-5.900083

Longitude 

22.4692

Elevation (ft and m) 

2,143 ft – 650,70 m 

IATA Code 

KGA 

ICAO Code 

FZUA 

Managing Company or Airport Authority 

RVA  

Régie des Voies Aériennes  

Management Contact Person 

Commandant de l’Aéroport  

Patrick BONDO + 243 81 26 425 

 

Coordinateur des Services 

Gaston MUTOMBA + 243 895 174 628 / +243 991 088 880 

NGO and/or UN Presence  

at Airport? 

UNHAS (Contact details, routes and flight schedules are available on the DRC Logistics Cluster website here)  

Kananga National Airport currently has an average of sixteen movements per week for both passenger and cargo transportation. 

 Below are the airline companies operating in Kananga airport: Congo Airways, CAAServair Cargo, Goma Air, Air Kasai, Trans Air Cargo Service.

Airport Picture

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Runway(s) 

Runway #1 

Runway Dimensions 

2200 x 45 m 

Runway Orientation 

11/29 

Runway Surface 

Macadam 

Airport Infrastructure Details 

Infrastructure  

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening  

Yes  

Runway Lighting 

Yes   

Refueling Capacity 

Yes   

Ground Handling Services 

Yes    

Air Traffic Control  

Yes  

Fire Fighting Equipment  

Yes    

Weather Information 

Yes  

Aircraft Parking Space 

Yes   

Navigation Aids  

Yes    

Perimeter Fencing  

Yes  

Windsock  

Yes   

 

 

Storage Facilities image-20230706110235-6

The RVA offers storage solutions such as warehouses and hangars (former MONUSCO compound) and there is also available land to erect a mobile storage unit. Rates are based on the square meter occupied (m²/USD). Written requests are to be addressed to RVA Management for contracting and terms details. 

Storage Type 

Owner  

Area 

General Cargo 

RVA 

642 m² 

500 m² 

1,132 m² 

Handling equipment 

Equipment 

Comments  

Forklift  

1 x unit, lifting 15 tons 

Rental cost is 350 USD per day 

 

Elevator 

1 x unit, lifting 40 tons 

Rental cost is 480 USD per day  

Fuel Services Charges  

The cost of importing jet fuel has recenly increased and the country faced shortages last September 2022. The Ministry of Hydrocarbons has implemented a contingency plan that includes rationing fuel until the arrival of new stocks. Due to this context, prices are fluctuating and the current fuel price list is available on the website of the Ministry of Economy here.  
Jet fuel shortage at SEP airport may occur due to delay to receive replenishment from Ilebo SNCC Port connected with the train (derailment, breakdown locomotive, landslide…).

 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.2.13 Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Mbuji Mayi National Airport

Airport Overview 

Mbuji Mayi Airport is the fifth airport of DRC in terms of passengers and cargo traffic, and is the main transportation means to supply the city and the province. The African Development Bank Group under the Projet Prioritaire de Sécurité Aérienne - Phase 2 (PPSA II) is funding the airstrip extension up to 3000 x 60 m, a new tower control and a fire station. This project will be completed by the end of December 2024 and will allow the airport to welcome an additional range of aircraft. 

Airport Location and Contact 

Country 

Democratic Republic of Congo 

Province or District 

Kasai Oriental 

Nearest Town or City  
with Distance from Airport 

Bipemba 

Distance: n/a  

Airport’s Complete Name 

Mbuji Mayi Airport  

Latitude 

-6.121111 

Longitude 

23.568889 

Elevation (ft and m) 

2200 ft – 677 m 

IATA Code 

MJM 

ICAO Code 

FZWA 

Managing Company or Airport Authority 

RVA  

Régie des Voies Aériennes  

Management Contact Person 

Commandant de l’Aéroport  

Romain TSHINYAMA KABONGO MUKISHI  

+243 970 069 458 / +243 821 253 071 

NGO and/or UN Presence  

at Airport? 

UNHAS (Contact details, routes and flight schedules are available on the DRC Logistics Cluster website here)  

Airport Picture

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Runway(s) 

Runway #1 

Runway Dimensions 

2000 x 45 m 

Runway Orientation 

11/29 

Runway Surface 

Macadam 

Airport Infrastructure Details 

Infrastructure  

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening  

Yes  

Runway Lighting 

Yes   

Refueling Capacity 

Yes    

Ground Handling Services 

Yes    

Air Traffic Control  

Yes    

Fire Fighting Equipment  

Yes    

Weather Information 

Yes   

Aircraft Parking Space 

Yes  

Navigation Aids  

Yes   

Perimeter Fencing  

Yes  

Windsock  

Yes  

 

 

Airlines companies 

The following airline companies are operating in the airport: Congo Airways, CAAServair Cargo , Trans Air Cargo Service.

Storage Facilities 

The RVA has a warehouse, which is a prefabricated structure left by MONUSCO, There is available land to erect mobile storage units. Written requests for contracting and terms are to be addressed to RVA Management. 

Handling equipment 

Handling equipment is not available at the airport at the moment, however, RVA Management is currently sourcing a supplier to deliver this service. 

Fuel Services Charges  

The cost of importing jet fuel has recently increased and the country faced shortages last September 2022. The Ministry of Hydrocarbons has implemented a contingency plan that includes rationing fuel until the arrival of new stocks. Due to this context, prices are fluctuating and the current fuel price list is available on the website of the Ministry of Economy here.  
Jet fuel shortage at SEP airport may occur due to delay to receive replenishment from Ilebo SNCC Port connected with the train (derailment, breakdown locomotive, landslide…).

Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.3 Democratic Republic of Congo Road Network

 

Democratic Republic of Congo Roads

 

The country’s road network is in an extremely bad state of repair following years of armed conflicts. In theory, the road network comprises 58,358 km of national roads, 86,615 km of rural roads, and 7,400 km of urban roads.

According to estimates, only 5 per cent of the 58,000 km of the national roads are sealed. These sections are mainly located on the axis between Matadi and Kinshasa, Lubumbashi and the Zambian border and some sections in the eastern part of the country. (Source: Ministère des Transports et Voies de Communication Cellule d’Exécution du Projet de Transport Multimodal Report Annuel 2011

 Although there is little reliable detailed information, a large proportion of the road network is known to be in need of repairs. The two main highways on the national road network are the East-West road (linking the port of Matadi to Lubumbashi via Kinshasa) and the North-South road (linking Lubumbashi to Goma, Bukavu and Kisangani).

Recent road quality indicators suggest that the state of the country’s limited paved network (fewer than 3,000 km) has improved considerably and is now comparable with those of other low income countries in the region. (Source: African Development Bank Group)

4.1 Democratic Republic of Congo Government Contact List

 

Distance Matrix

Distances from Capital City to Major Towns (km)

 

KINSHASA

MATADI

BANDUNDU

KANANGA

MBUJI MAYI

LUBUMBASHI

KINDU

BUKAVU

GOMA

KISANGANI

MBANDAKA

KINSHASA

 

355

490

1,105

1,283

2,317

2,033

2,660

2,709

2,624

3,192

MATADI

355

 

1,051

1,460

1,638

2,672

2,388

3,015

3,064

2,979

3,547

BANDUNDU

490

1,051

 

973

1,151

2,184

1,901

2,528

2,577

2,492

3,059

KANANGA

1,105

1,460

973

 

179

1,212

928

1,556

1,604

1,520

2,087

MBUJI MAYI

1,283

1,638

1,151

179

 

1,036

752

1,379

1,428

1,344

1,911

LUBUMBASHI

2,317

2,672

2,184

1,212

1,036

 

1,421

1,432

1,655

2,013

2,831

KINDU

2,033

2,388

1,901

928

752

1,421

 

627

841

591

1,878

BUKAVU

2,660

3,015

2,528

1,556

1,379

1,432

627

 

220

647

2,028

GOMA

2,709

3,064

2,577

1,604

1,428

1,655

841

220

 

856

2,237

KISANGANI

2,624

2,979

2,492

1,520

1,344

2,013

591

647

856

 

1,577

MBANDAKA

3,192

3,547

3,059

2,087

1,911

2,831

1,878

2,028

2,237

1,577

 

 

Road Security

DRC's territory is partially enclosed. Almost all the provincial capitals can only be reached by air. The national road network is approximately 152,400 km long--only 2% of which is sealed--is in a state of disrepair. Of the priority roads (covering 30,786 km), 25% of which are in good condition, 16% in fair condition and 59% in poor condition.

Out of the 86,821 km of local roads, only 11% are in good condition. (Source: RDC - 2011-2015 - Document de stratégie de réduction de la pauvreté P. 64). There are also roads with checkpoints manned by DRC security forces, which sometimes set up temporary roadblocks, especially at night.

Vehicles are often searched for weapons and valuables and travelers are checked for identity papers. All forms of public transportation are unregulated. Taxis, mini-buses and trains are in poor mechanical condition and are often filled beyond capacity.

Weighbridges and Axle Load Limits

Axle load limit in DRC is derived from the Arrêté Interministériel Instituant des Mesures de Protection du Patrimoine Routier National de 2011.

Axle load limits

LCA Country

Transit Country

Transit Country

Truck with 2 axles

21 tons

16,000 kg

18,000 kg

Truck with 3 axles

27 tons

22,000 kg

24,000 kg

Truck with 4 axles

50 tons

26,000 kg

28,000 kg

Semi-trailer with 3 axles

50 tons

26,000 kg

28,000 kg

Semi-trailer with 4 axles

50 tons

34,000 kg

36,000 kg

Semi-trailer with 5 axles

50 tons

40,000 kg

44,000 kg

Semi-trailer with 6 axles

50 tons

46,000 kg

50,000 kg

Truck & drawbar trailer with 4 axles

50 tons

34,000 kg

37,000 kg

Truck & drawbar trailer with 5 axles

50 tons

40,000 kg

45,000 kg

Truck & drawbar trailer with 6 axles

50 tons

46,000 kg

53,000 kg

Truck & drawbar trailer with 7 axles

50 tons

n/a

56,000 kg

Road Class and Surface Conditions

There are several classifications of roads in DRC.

As per the official classification, roads are divided into four distinct categories which are managed by various Governmental bodies.

  • National Roads 
  • Priority regional roads
  • Secondary regional roads
  • Local roads

The National roads, including Priority and Secondary roads, are managed by Office des Routes (OdR)
Local roads are managed by the Direction des voies de Desserte Agricole (DVDA)
The Office des Voiries et Drainage is in charge of all urban roads comprise of sealed and paved roads.

Classification

Road Description

National road (Bitumen-Gravel)

All paved and dirt roads intended to be paved on major international routes and on major national routes.

These roads are part of the public domain of the State and are managed by Office des Routes

Priority Regional road (Sand / Dirt – Gravel)

They are public domain of the Province and are also managed by Office des Routes

Secondary Regional Road (Sand / Dirt – Gravel)

They are public domain of the Province and are also managed by Office des Routes

Local road (Sand / Dirt – Gravel)

They are public domain of the Province and are managed by the Direction des Voies de Desserte Agricole

Road Inventory

The road network is organized as a network of national roads and each province maintains a network of provincial roads. The provincial roads are divided into a network of priority and secondary roads.

National road (RN) (Bas Congo)

Office des Routes

1,370 km

Priority provincial road (RP1) (Bas Congo)

Office des Routes

891 km

Secondary provincial road (RP2) (Bas Congo)

Office des Routes

869 km

National road (RN) (Bandundu)

Office des Routes

2,177 km

Priority provincial road (RP1) (Bandundu)

Office des Routes

3,505 km

Secondary provincial road (RP2) (Bandundu)

Office des Routes

3,160 km

National road (RN) (Equateur)

Office des Routes

2,939 km

Priority provincial road (RP1) (Equateur)

Office des Routes

2,707 km

Secondary provincial road (RP2) (Equateur)

Office des Routes

3,158 km

National road (RN) (Prov. Orientale)

Office des Routes

3,612 km

Priority provincial road (RP1) (Prov. Orientale)

Office des Routes

3,578 km

Secondary provincial road (RP2) (Prov. Orientale)

Office des Routes

3,075 km

National road (RN) (South Kivu)

Office des Routes

1,023 km

Priority provincial road (RP1) (South Kivu)

Office des Routes

873 km

Secondary provincial road (RP2) (South Kivu)

Office des Routes

0 km

National road (RN) (Katanga)

Office des Routes

4,064 km

Priority provincial road (RP1) (Katanga)

Office des Routes

4,024 km

Secondary provincial road (RP2) (Katanga)

Office des Routes

2,958 km

National road (RN) (Kasaï Occidental)

Office des Routes

1,909 km

Priority provincial road (RP1) (Kasaï Occidental)

Office des Routes

1,230 km

Secondary provincial road (RP2) (Kasaï Occidental)

Office des Routes

859 km

National road (RN) (Kasaï Oriental)

Office des Routes

1,457 km

Priority provincial road (RP1) (Kasaï Oriental)

Office des Routes

1,627 km

Secondary provincial road (RP2) (Kasaï oriental)

Office des Routes

1,234 km

National road (RN) (Kinshasa)

Office des Routes

252 km

Priority provincial road (RP1) (Kinshasa)

Office des Routes

0 km

Secondary provincial road (RP2) (Kinshasa)

Office des Routes

0 km

National road (RN) (North Kivu)

Office des Routes

823 km

Priority provincial road (RP1) (North Kivu)

Office des Routes

534 km

Secondary provincial road (RP2) (North Kivu)

Office des Routes

389 km

National road (RN) (Maniema)

Office des Routes

1,057 km

Priority provincial road (RP1) (Maniema)

Office des Routes

1,212 km

Secondary provincial road (RP2) (Maniéma)

Office des Routes

1,543 km

Bridges

The road network under the responsibility of the Office des Routes is comprised of 1,886 bridges including 445 permanent bridges (concrete structures) which represents 23% of bridges, 750 semi-permanent bridges (metallic structures) and 691 temporary bridges representing 37% of bridges.

Given their ages, more than 90% of the bridges are in a poor or average condition. An analysis of the modernization of 118 bridges was conducted.

The table below shows the distribution of the bridges by province and by type:

Distribution of bridges by provinces and types (Source: Office des Routes: Rapport Annuel D’activités – Exercise 2011)

Kongo Central Province (ex Bas Congo)

Below is the map of the main road network in Kongo Central Province.

Maï-Ndombe, Kwilu and Kwango Provinces (ex Bandundu)

Below is the map of the main road networks in Maï-Ndombe, Kwilu and Kwango Provinces.
 

North Ubangui, South Ubangui and Mongala Provinces (parts of ex Equateur)

Below is the map of the main road networks in North Ubangui, South Ubangui and Mongala Provinces.
 

Distances by road:

More distances can be found in this Road Matrix

Distances by boat:

Kasaï Oriental, Lomami and Sankuru Provinces (ex Kasaï Occidental)

Below is the map of the main road networks in Kasaï Oriental, Lomami and Sankuru Provinces.

Kasaï and Kasaï Central Provinces (ex Kasaï Oriental)

Below is the map of the main road networks in Kasaï and Kasaï Central Provinces.

Tanganyka Province (part of ex Katanga)

The capital of this province, Kalémie, is now better connected to the North (Bukavu) and the South (Pweto then Lubumbashi) through some well-built roads (especially between Pweto and Lubumbashi). However, the rest of the road network is difficult and can be seriously affected by the weather conditions. 

Below is the map of the main road network in Tanganyka Province.

Distances can be found in this Road Matrix of all ex Katanga Province.

Haut Katanga Province (part of ex Katanga)

Distances for all destinations in ex Katanga Province from Lubumbashi can be found in this Road Matrix.

 

KEY INFO

Lubumbashi – Pweto: 2 days  by road (487 km)

Lubumbashi – Kalémie: 5 days by road (1,141 km)


Maniema Province

This province is seriously landlocked as rail solutions are unreliable and roads (especially North and North East) are in a very bad condition.

Below is a Distance Matrix for Maniema Province.

KEY INFO

For now, the only road access to South Kivu Province is a medium size road starting from Kindu, going south to Kasongo, then north-east to the border with South Kivu province, and, in Matala village, finally south-east along the border to Kasikasilu (then you can go north to Fizi or south to Kalémie). 


North Kivu Province

Below is the map of the main road network in North Kivu Province.

Distances can be found in this Road Matrix of all North Kivu Province.


Tshopo Province (part of ex Province Orientale)

Tshopo Province is considered the central part of the ex Province Orientale as it is a key region linking the West and East of DRC:

  • Kisangani is a hub where the Congo River connects with roads going to Bunia (and Uganda, Kenya) and Goma (and Rwanda, Tanzania).
  • From Kisangani, you can also go by river to North West of the ex Equateur Province (then to Bangui, CAR) and Kinshasa.
  • You can also go to Maniema, using road or train (both in poor condition), up to Ubundu where you can use a boat to reach Kindu. 

Below is the map of the main road network in Tshopo Province.

KEY INFO

Kisangani-Gbadolite :

  • Kisangani-Bumba : 2 days on Congo river
  • Bumba-Gbadolite: 3 days by road (500 km)


Ituri Province (part of ex Province Orientale)

Below is the map of the main road network in Ituri Province.

Below is a Distance Matrix for Ituri Province.

 

KEY INFO

Bunia-Kisangani: 2 days by road (700 km)

 

South Kivu Province

The province of South Kivu has a road network consists mainly of dirt roads with the exception of the paved road of the Ruzizi plain.

Below is the map of the main road network in Ituri Province.

 

Road Corridor Assessment

International Corridors Leading to the Country

Because of its special geographic configuration, DRC is a semi landlocked country with only 32 km of coastline. The remaining part of the country is opened outward through corridors that connect it to international trade.

These corridors are the only entry points for goods for this part of the country.

There are several international corridors, here gathered in 3 zones, linking the DRC to other countries:

  1. On the Eastern borders of DRC: The Northern Corridor and the Central Corridor
  2. The Southern borders of DRC
  3. The Western borders of DRC

1. Eastern Borders

Below is an overview map of the Eastern borders.

The Northern Corridor

The Northern Corridor is the transport corridor linking the landlocked countries of Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi with Kenya’s maritime port of Mombasa. Similarly, the Northern Corridor serves Eastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Southern Sudan and Northern Tanzania. Thus, the  Northern Corridor infrastructure connects all the five countries of the East African Community and beyond.

It is the busiest and most important transport route in East and Central Africa. It totals about 7,000 km, of which 60% is paved and 40% is unpaved, as depicted in the table below:

(Source: Northern Corridor Transit and Transport Coordination Authority)
 

Below is a map of the Northern Corridor.

Because of their heavy reliance of the Northern Corridor for their overseas trade, as well as the trade among themselves, Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda are contracting parties to the Northern Corridor Agreement.

The Agreement provides the legal framework for collaboration among these countries on matters related to transit transport; customs control; documentation and procedures; as well as the development of infrastructure and facilities relating to sea ports, inland ports and waterways, roads, railways, pipelines and border posts.

The Northern Corridor is a multi-modal corridor, encompassing road, rail, pipeline and inland waterways transport. The main road network runs from Mombasa Sea Port through Kenya and Uganda to Kigali in Rwanda, Bujumbura in Burundi and to Kisangani in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

The road network also links Kenya and Uganda to Juba in South Sudan. The rail network runs from Mombasa Sea Port through Nairobi, Malaba, and Kampala to Kasese in Western Uganda, close to the border with the Democratic Republic of Congo. A branch line radiates from Nakuru to Kisumu on Lake Victoria, from where rail wagon ferries link the system to Port Bell in Kampala.

Another rail branch line runs from Tororo in eastern Uganda to Pakwach in northern Uganda. River steamers are used to provide links with Nimule in South Sudan from Pakwach. The oil pipeline runs from Mombasa through Nairobi and Nakuru to Kisumu and Eldoret in western Kenya, from where the landlocked countries access their fuel imports. (Source: Northern Corridor Transit and Transport Coordination Authority)

The international and intra-regional trade as engine of economic growth in the region is hampered by high costs of doing business, including:

  • High costs of transport and delays;
  • Numerous NTBs (non-traffic barriers)  and associated administrative costs along the transit chain;
  • Lack of implementation by Member States of various protocols on trade and transport  facilitation;
  • Low level of awareness of laws, regulations and agreements/conventions;
  • Lack of facilitation mindset;
  • Limited capacity to package bankable projects.

The whole related costs are allocated gradually to the landlocked  Member States.

The Region is a net importer and very uncompetitive compared to other economies:

The estimated delivery leadtime in the Northen Corridor is outlined in the table below. (Source: WFP DRC Logistics)

ORIGIN

DESTINATION

DISTANCE

(Km / NM)

MODE OF

TRANSPORT

LEAD TIME (days)

Transport

Mombasa

Tororo

937

Road

10-12

 

 

 

Rail

12-20

Mombasa

Kampala

1,148

Road

15

 

 

 

Rail

14-30

Mombasa

Kigali

1,670

Road

10

Mombasa

Goma

1,766

Road

15-20

Tororo

Kampala

211

Road

1

Tororo

Goma

829

Road

5

Tororo

Bunia

690

Road / Lake

3

Tororo

Beni

785

Road

4

Tororo

Bukavu

1,093

Road

5

Kampala

Goma

618

Road

4

Kampala

Bunia

479

Road / Lake

3

Kampala

Mahagi

560

Road

3

Kampala

Beni

574

Road

3

Kampala

Bukavu

872

Road

5

Kampala

Kigali

522

Road

5

Kampala

Kigoma

1,064

Road

14

Goma

Bukavu

90

Lake

1 - 2

Goma

Beni

400

Road

2 -3

Goma

Kindu

214

Air

1

Kindu Aéro

Kindu WFP WH

5

Road

1

Goma

Kalemie

253

Air

1

Goma WH

Goma Port

7

Road

1

Beni

Bunia

200

Road

1

Goma

Bunia

600

Road

3 - 4

Kigali

Goma

167

Road

1

Kigali

Bukavu

350

Road

1

 

The Central Corridor

The Central Corridor is managed by the Central Corridor Transit Transport Facilitation Agency (TTFA). The TTFA is a multilateral agency formed by five Member States (Burundi, DRC, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda) with cooperation from both public and private sector stakeholders.

Transit routes cover cargo and passenger transport utilizing:

  • All Tanzanian roads connecting to Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda and Uganda together with all roads and railway systems in these landlocked countries connecting to the central corridor;
  • The Port of Dar es Salaam;
  •  The Railway system operated by Tanzania Railways Corporation;
  •  Isaka Dry Port;
  •  The freight and marine services provided by Uganda Railways Corporation and Marine Services Company Limited respectively and other private companies on Lake Victoria;
  •  The Port of Mwanza, Kemondo Bay, Port Bell and Jinja Port;
  •  The marine services provided by Marine Services Company Limited and other public and private Companies on lake Tanganyika;
  •  The Port of Kigoma, Bujumbura, Moba, Baraka, Kasanga, Kalundu and Kalemie;
  •  Deep sea and coastal shipping services calling at Dar es Salaam port;
  • Kidatu inland trans-shipment terminal and other transit routes and facilities as determined from time to time

(Source: Central Corridor Transit Transport Facilitation Agency)

Below is a map of the Central Corridor.

The main challenges of the Central Corridor are related to border and customs procedures, infrastructure, inland non-traffic barriers such as police road blocks, weigh bridges and revenue check points as well as domestic non-traffic barriers that impede  the smooth flow of trade.

The estimated delivery leadtime in the Central Corridor is outlined in the table below. (Source: WFP DRC Logistics)

ORIGIN

DESTINATION

DISTANCE

(Km / NM)

MODE OF

TRANSPORT

LEAD TIME

(days)

Transport

Dar-es-Salam

Kigoma

1,300

Road

9

Dar-es-Salam

Kigali

1,497

Road

9

Dar-es-Salam

Bukavu

1,638

Road

9

Dar-es-Salam

Goma

1,722

Road

10

Dar-es-Salam

Bunia

2,498

Road

21

Kigoma

Kalemie

n/a

Lake

1

Kigoma

Uvira

n/a

Road

2

Kigoma

Uvira

n/a

Lake

2

Uvira

Bukavu

128

Road

1

Uvira

Kalemie

n/a

Lake

2

Kalemie Port

Kalemie WFP WH

3

Road

1

Bukavu

Kindu

178

Air

1

Bukavu

Kalemie

216

Air

1

Bukavu

Goma

90

Lake

1-2

Bujumbura

Uvira

16

Road

1

2. Southern borders

The Southern Corridor accounts for a significant percentage of southern DRC export/regional freight. Exporters and importers in Katanga have a variety of options open to them for transporting goods.

They can link up with the Central Corridor and the port of Dar es Salaam or take a variety of routes to Nacal, Beira, Maputo (Mozambique) or through to the port of Durban (South Africa).

Transport corridors in this region are mainly being transformed into integrated economic corridors through the Spatial Development Initiative (SDI).

In order to meet the objectives set by the SDI, there has been been more investment including cargo tracking, tax guarantees (which are used on most of the corridors) and a high percentage of freight containerization.

Below is a map of the Southern Corridor.

The estimated delivery leadtime in the Southern Corridor is outlined in the table below. (Source: WFP DRC Logistics)

ORIGIN

DESTINATION

DISTANCE

(Km / NM)

MODE

OF TRANSPORT

LEAD TIME

(days)

Transport

Beira

Lubumbashi

n/a

Road / Rail

39

Harare

Lubumbashi

912

Road / Rail

5

Lusaka

Lubumbashi

539

Road / Rail

15

Lubumbashi

Kalemie

n/a

Rail / River

4-8

 

2. Western borders

Below is a map of the Western Corridors.

The Equateur region (through Zongo port and/or the Oubangui river) can receive goods through Bangui from three ports abroad:

  1. The Douala port in Cameroon (congested).
  2. The Kribi port (new) in Cameroon (a brand new port already partly operational).
  3. The Libreville port in Gabon (assessed by WFP shipping).

In addition to the Matadi port, there are three other options for transporting goods from the ocean to Kinshasa:

  1. The Lobito port in Angola.
  2. The Luanda port in Angola.
  3. The Pointe Noire port in the Congo Republic.

Main domestic road corridors

Three major economic corridors on which the country’s future development depends can be identified taking into account the distances between key production sectors and their relation to the country’s main infrastructure link.

These are:

  1. Matadi-Kinshasa-Lubumbashi (road and rail)
  2. Bunia-Kisangani-Kinshasa (road & river)
  3. Lubumbashi-Goma (road)

Below is a map of the main domestic road corridors.

  1. Matadi-Kinshasa-Lubumbashi: This route plays a major role in international trade. The section from Matadi to Kinshasa is the main route for the transport of imports to Kinshasa and for legal exports from the DRC using the Matadi port. The second part between Kinshasa and Lubumbashi can not be yet a major corridor since half of the way is in very bad condition.
  2.  Bunia-Kisangani-Kinshasa:  This route is now a major way for transporting goods from eastern Africa to Kinshasa (especially second hand cars from the Middle East or Asia). The Congo River is also crucial for transporting timbers, agricultural products and fish from the center of the country to Kinshasa.
  3.  Lubumbashi-Kalémie-Goma: This route is mainly useful in terms of integrating the country between cities and is also used by the mining industry. 

 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.4 Democratic Republic of Congo Railway Assessment

 

The Democratic Republic of Congo has non-interconnected railways of 5,033 km. Three public institutions, the Commercial Company of Transports and Ports (SCTP), the Railways of Uélé and the Société Nationale des Chemins de Fer du Congo (SNCC), ensure investments, management and exploitation of the existing infrastructures.

The rail network is largely inherited from the colonial times and was renovated during the 1970s in some areas. The infrastructure is in poor condition, but the network manages to function despite considerable delays and numerous incidents (with the exception of the Railways of Uélé which is not operational).

4.1 Democratic Republic of Congo Government Contact List

Travel Time Matrix

This is an indicative and theoretical matrix: incidents and mechanical failures often delay trains by days. 

Travel Time from Capital City to Major Towns (Hours / Days)

 

Kalemie

Nyemba

Nyunzu

Kabalo

Kongolo

Kindu

Lubumbashi

Kalemie

 

4 hrs

9 hrs

1 day

2 days

4 days

4-7 days

Nyemba

4 hrs

 

3 hrs

10 hrs

1 day

4 days

4-7days

Nyunzu

9 hrs

1  hr

 

7 hrs

1 day

4 days

4-7 days

Kabalo

1 days

10 hrs

7 hrs

 

4 days

2 days

4-6 days

Kongolo

2 days

1 day

1 day

1 day

 

2 days

4-7 days

Kindu

4 days

4 days

4 days

2 days

2 days

 

4-8 days

Lubumbashi

4-7 days

4-7 days

4-7 days

4-6 days

4-7 days

4-8 days

 

Railway Companies and Consortia

SNCC railway network connects Katanga province to both Kasais at the center of the country to the Eastern Province in the north and the Northern provinces, South Kivu and Maniema in the east.

SNCC manages a multimodal transport system consisting of: 

  • An interconnected rail network of 3,641 km (for which 858 km electrified) including the section Ubundu-Kisangani (120 km);
  • A network on the Lake Tanganyika (1425 km) which connects the Democratic Republic of Congo to Zambia, Tanzania and Burundi;
  • A network on the Lake Kivu linking Bukavu to Goma (106 km); a Kalundu-Bukavu road network (128 km);
  • A river system of the medium Reach from Kindu to Ubundu (310 km) and the upper Reach from Kongolo to Malemba-Nkulu (390 km).

The SNCC network is interconnected in the south with networks of Southern Africa via Zambia (Sakania), to the west by the city of Dilolo with the Benguela Railway, to the North with SCTP (National Transportation Agency) via the waterway and to the east by Kalemie on Lake Tanganyika.(Source: SNCC)

SCTP (Société Commerciale des Transports et des Ports) manages the Matadi-Kinshasa railway which connects the Port of Matadi to the Kinshasa river port. It totals 366 km.

Les Chemins de fer des Uélé is in charge of the network that connects Bumba in Bondo (Province Orientale and Mungbere).This line is no longer in use.

Funding from the World Bank for the rehabilitation and upgrade of 1,200 km and 487 km respectively of SNCC rail track was launched in 2010. The main works are being implemented on the sections between the copper producing zone (in the area of Kolwezi and Tenke) and Sakania at the Congolese border with Zambia as well as between Kamina and Kabalo and Kamina and Mwene Ditu so as to preserve and strengthen SNCC North/Central and East network sections connectivity. No investments on the Kolwezi to Dilolo section of the network have been planned for now as uncertainties remain in terms of the timing and conditions of re-opening of the Benguela rail line in Angola (Kolwezi to Lobito corridor).

The SNCC and the Chemin de fer Matadi-Kinshasa (belonging to SCTP) are the two railways of significant importance for DRC. The Chemin de fer Matadi-Kinshasa is the natural transport mode for timber exports and other bulk traffic that is not time sensitive including imports to the city of Kinshasa.

The most important branch of the network operating by SNCC connects Kolwezi to Sakania on the Zambian border and westward to Ilebo. The SNCC network is the natural transport mode for copper exports leaving the DRC for the port of Durban, and will eventually also offer the opportunity to export copper through Lobito in Angola via the Benguela Railway currently under reconstruction.

Although the CFMK and the SNCC networks are not interconnected, transport from Kinshasa to Lubumbashi has historically been achieved using the river link from Kinshasa to Ilebo, where the SNCC network begins.

Both Congolese rail networks has seen their traffic decline sharply due to deficient service and strong intermodal competition. Despite the relatively good condition of the SCTP’s track, its rolling stock has deteriorated and its quality of service has declined.

The recent rehabilitation of the road corridor parallel to the track has led many businesses to send their bulk freight by road rather than rail. The SNCC network is in poor condition, with speed limit of 10 to 35 km per hour.

SNCC

The World Bank has launched an eight-year plan for improving the DRC Multi Modal Transport in the south and south-east of the country, which is the area of operation of the SNCC. It covers the all SNCC activities on rail, lake and rivers. 

Total SNCC network (rail, river, lake):


SNCC network in detail (+ Haut Uélé):

 

In coordination with the implementing agencies, the Ministries of Finance and Transport, the project aims to commit $631 million for renewing tracks, trains and boats to improve the competitiveness of the SNCC for exporting goods and minerals. 2015 was an important year for the project as the first brand new locomotives (from China) were delivered to Lubumbashi. 

New locomotive on the SNCC network.
 

For more information on the project, please see The World Bank's DRC Multi-modal Transport Project Implementation Status & Results Report.

The project suffered some delays due to the structural problems inherited from the past, such as staff recruitment, staff volume and deficient management at all levels (financial, technical, commercial). An external problem appeared as the SNCC complained of the damages on the infrastructure caused by looters digging under the rail tracks to get earth containing copper fallen from the wagons.

Kisangani station (the train foreground, loaded with iron sheets for a Development agency, has been standing for months). The locomotive is under repair until new ones are delivered (2016).

 

Kindu station: workshop and fuel tanker (here aviation fuel). 

 

 

Kalémie station: one locomotive (without fuel) and tracks with large warehouses along them.

SCTP

The rail part of the SCTP’s activity is composed of the Matadi-Kinshasa corridor. It has been recently rehabilitated and operates several times a week.

In the past, the company was able to run up to 20 convoys simultaneously and had more than 3,000 wagons, but now only two trains can circulate between Matadi and Kinshasa and the company has only 250 wagons and 4 locomotives.

The train is in direct competition with the transportation by trucks but has some advantages:

  • Price is competitive ( $70 / ton)
  • Transit time is approximately the same: 7 hours
  • The train can enter Kinshasa at any time (restrictions apply on trucks)
  • One train can pull the equivalent of minimum 30 heavy duty trucks

However:

  • Loading/offloading of wagons can delay train departures
  • In case of mechanical problems, the SCTP has little and slow means to fix problems
  • There are is not enough wagons in circulation so the company is often missing units where needed.
  • For economical reasons, a train doesn’t leave until a certain number of loaded wagons is reached

The Matadi train station is directly connected to the port and containers can be directly loaded from vessels to train. 

There was no locomotives (only this one for maneuvers) on the day of visit: they were all in Kinshasa so trains couldn’t leave.

 

New locomotive on the Matadi-Kinshasa line (SCTP).

 

For information on Democratic Republic of Congo railway contact details, please see 4.1 Democratic Republic of Congo Government Contact List.

Capacity Table

Rail Operator Capacity

 

SNCC

Operates on (lines)

See map

Max train length and/or pulling capacity

8 wagons of 40 Metric Tons

Locomotives (electric/diesel/steam)

Diesel or Electric

Freight Wagons (covered) / size

12 m length, 2.5 m width

Freight Wagons (flat bed) / size

16 m length

Freight Wagons (high-sided)/size

16 m length

Freight Wagons (drop-side)/size

n/a

Key Route Information

  • The SNCC rail network is in the southeast of the Democratic Republic of Congo, and is the only cross-border railway network in sub-Saharan Africa. The railway covers 3,641km but most parts are in poor condition or complete disrepair. SNCC could be useful as a link to Durban and Dar es Salaam ports, but the railway's slow operations and high costs make road travel a more practical option. Today, the railway holds about one-tenth of the traffic it held in 1970. One section of the railway runs from Kolwezi, near the Zambian border, through Katanga, and to Ilebo. The track from Ilebo to Kinshasa has gone missing, so road or river transport is required between these two areas. Transport along the SNCC is about three times more expensive than it is on other railways in southern Africa. The cost of SNCC rail freight is about $0.15/MT.
  • The Matadi-Kinshasa rail line (links to the Port of Matadi). The railway from Matadi to Kinshasa was built in the 1890s and is 366 km long. 
  • The third and last railway network in the Democratic Republic of Congo is the Chemin de Fer des Uélés (Uélés Railway - CFU), a 1,026 km long 0.6 meter gauge line in the north of the country (linking the Kilo Moto gold mines to the Congo River). It is currently not operational.

Main international railway lines:

  • TAZARA railway links the Southern African regional transport network to East Africa and the rest of the world through the East African seaport of Dar es Salaam. It runs from the port of Dar es Salaam in Tanzania to the Town of Kapiri Mposhi in Central Zambia where it links with the existing Zambia Railways system and connects to the Congolese Railways, SNCC. The gauge of the line is 1,067 millimetres (three and half feet), also known as the "Cape Gauge." The gauge of the TAZARA line is the same as that of Zambia Railways and all the other main trunk lines in Central and Southern Africa.
  • Dar es Salaam-Kigoma, Tanzania rail line (links to Kigoma port). The railway from Dar es Salaam to Kigoma, Tanzania is 1,254 km long, and serves parts of North Kivu, South Kivu, and Katanga provinces for the Democratic Republic of  Congo. Goods arriving in Kigoma from Dar es Salaam by rail would then be transported by boat to Bujumbura (12 hours) and Kalemie, the Democratic Republic of Congo (12-18 hours). Goods arriving by boat to Bujumbura would then be off-loaded and trucked to Bukavu, Goma and further points inside the Democratic Republic of Congo.
  • From Dar es Salaam / To Zambia

General overview:

The Tanzania-Zambia Railway Authority, popularly known by the acronym TAZARA, is a bi-national railway, jointly owned by the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania and the Government of the Republic of Zambia on an equal share-holding basis. The 1,860 km-rail runs from Tanzania and East Africa’s major seaport of Dar es Salaam into the heart of Zambia’s Central Province, terminating at New Kapiri-Mposhi, where it is further linked by road and rail to Zambia’s capital city, Lusaka (about 200 km), Zambia’s mining nerve centre, the Copperbelt province (about 100 km) and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

Standard Route Information

Track gauge

1,067 mm (3’6”)

Ruling gradient

Maximum 23 per thousand

Total track distance (single and/or double)

720 km(Kalemie-Kdu); 1,320 km(LBB-Klm); 1,488 km(Lbb-Kdu)

Type of rail (weight and if welded or not)

29 km/m in elementary rods of 10m, 29km/m in elementary rods of 16m and 24km/m in elementary rods of 7m

Type of sleeper and fastenings

Fixed metallic ties (CFL and BCK) 29 km/m

Total track travel time

See above

Maintenance (Good, marginal, bad)

Marginal

Companies-consortiums operating on line

SNCC

Traffic frequency (monthly/weekly/daily)

Weekly

Security (Good, marginal, bad)

Marginal

Main stations (Add details below)

Kalemie, Nyemba, Nyunzu, Kabalo, Kongolo, Samba, Kibombo and Kindu

 

 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.5 Democratic Republic of Congo Waterways Assessment

 

Below is a map of how waterways connect with railways in the Democratic Republic of Congo:

Democratic Republic of Congo Waterways

 

The waterway network in the Democratic Republic of Congo has always been a key factor in the development of the country: the strategic use of its richness allows many possibilities in terms of transportation and electricity production. 

Below is a map of the ports and waterways network in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

 

The navigation network of inland waterways of the Democratic Republic of Congo totals more or less 16,000 km in length and is based on the Congo River and its major lakes. It is divided into four sections, called navigable reach, often connected by rail, including:

  • The lower reach of the Congo River or the maritime in the west which totals 140 km from Banana (mouth) to the port of Matadi;
  • The middle reach in the north and center of the Congo River Basin with its two axes (Kisangani-Kwamouth and Ilebo-Kwamouth) including two lakes (Maindombe and Tumba) and leading to Kinshasa;
  • The upper reach in the east that goes from Ubundu to Province Orientale up to Lake Moero (Katanga Province) with two main axes Ubundu-Kindu and Kongolo-Bukama;
  • The chain of lakes comprised of lakes Mweru, Tanganyika, Kivu, Edward and Albert.

Until recently, management of inland navigation was carried out efficiently by the Board of Maritime Routes (RVM) on maritime reach and by the Board of Fluvial Routes (RVF) in the middle and upper reaches of Congo River. Currently, their response is reduced to a strict minimum.

Small scale, informal operators provide most transport among the Democratic Republic of Congo’s rivers. Though the country’s waterways once carried significant quantities of goods, the overall deterioration of the infrastructure over the past 50 years has also been felt in the river transport sector. Goods can typically travel on the main river routes of Ilebo-Kinshasa (Kasai and Congo Rivers), Kisangani-Mbandaka-Kinshasa (Congo River) and Gbadolité/Equateur Province-Kinshasa (Ubangui and Congo rivers). Goods arriving in Ilebo typically are then sent by rail/road to further points in the province of Kasaï Occidental, Kasaï Oriental and Katanga. Goods arriving in Kisangani can then be sent by rail/or road to Maniema, North Kivu and South Kivu.

Several barges pushed by a tug near Kisangani. 

 

There are also safety concerns as 4,770 passengers died and 153 vessels sank between 2008 and 2011 in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

EU/Europaid project has been underway since 2013 for improving the navigability of river and lake routes. The main objectives are:

  • Hydrography and hydrology: updating the follow-up system to optimize navigation capacities, especially during low water level seasons.
  • Upgrading and renovation of the river signals system for preventing accidents due to moving sandbanks and rocks. The RVF will also get new vessels and a renovated shipyard.
  • Improving port infrastructures: port equipment, handling and decks.
  • Capacity building for RVF’s staff: hydrography, river’s maintenance and port management. 
     

A passenger boat in Bukavu and an informal port in Kisangani (loaded with second hand vehicles from Asia)

 

4.1 Democratic Republic of Congo Government Contact List

Company Information

See 4.4 Democratic Republic of Congo Port and Waterways Company Contact List for information on waterway companies.

“Beach” boat crossing the the Congo river between Kinshasa and Brazzaville

For more information, please see the Master List of River Transporters.

Travel Time Matrix

 

Travel Time from Main port to other major Ports  (days) Barge (On the Congo River)

 

Kinshasa

Mbandaka

Bandundu

Ilebo

Kisangani

Akula

Lisala

Bumba

Kinshasa

 

7

6

12

17

11

11

12

Mbandaka

4

  n/a

3

14

5

6

7

Bandundu

6

13

 

6

23

17

17

18

Ilebo

12

3

19

 

29

23

23

24

Kisangani

12

8

23

29

 

5

4

3

Akula

8

4

17

7

9

 

3

4

Lisala

7

4

23

6

6

4

 

1

Bumba

8

5

18

24

7

6

1

 

Key Routes

International: CONGO RIVER

From KINSANGANI / To KINSHASA / MATADI / BOMA / BANANA

The Congo River is the second longest African river (4,700 km) after the Nile River. Its position astride the Equator and the homogeneous distribution of its tributaries enable it to have the best river rate of flow in Africa (41,000 m3 / s) and makes it the most consistent river in the world.

The Congo River has its source in southern Katanga, in the Musofi village, at an altitude of 1,435 meters and is called Lualaba up to Kisangani.

Between Kinshasa and Matadi, The Congo River is subject to numerous bottlenecks resulting in the presence of impassible rapids with a drop of 265 meters over a length of 300 km.

At 40 km from Matadi up to Inga, the Congo River drops 102 meters in a distance of 15 km and beyond Matadi, it widens to 4.6 km in Boma and 10 km in its estuary in Banana. It flows into the sea by a wide estuary in a distance of 45 km.

The main tributaries of the Congo River are:

  • The Kasai River, which is the largest (2,000 km long), located entirely within the tropical zone of the southern hemisphere;
  • The Ubangi River, the longest tributary with 2,300 km and ranks second in the rate of flow after the river Kasai. It is located entirely within the tropical zone of the northern hemisphere;
  • The Sangha River (790 km long), has its source in Cameroon, crosses the Central African Republic and the Republic of Congo;
  • The Luvua River, which is fed by  Lake Moero, the Lukuga, which is the outlet of Lake Tanganyika and the Lomani, which has its source in the Mitumba Mountains near Kamina.

 The Congo River and its tributaries total 25,000 km of navigable waterways.

 

Domestic: KASAI RIVER

From DILOLO (Katanga) / To ILEBO / KWAMOUTH

Kasai River is the most important tributary of the Congo River and  is located entirely within the tropical zone of the southern hemisphere.

  • The river is 2,000 km long with an average rate of flow of 12,000 m³ / s. Kasai River has its source in the swamps and the lakes of Dilolo region in the southwest Katanga, on the border with Angola where it is known as the Rio Casal.
  • It flows from south to north to Ilebo where it turns west and heads to the Congo River. In many places it is the border between Angola and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
  • The main tributaries of the Kasai are Kwango, Sankuru, Lulua, the Fimi and Kwilu.
  • The section between the confluence with the Fimi is named Kwa River.

 

International: UBANGUI RIVER

From BANGUI / KINSANGANI / BRAZZAVILLE

  • The Ubangi is the main right bank tributary of the Congo River. This river has its source from the confluence of the Mbomou and Uele Rivers.
  • The river flows west for 350 km, then south-west where it passes Bangui, and goes on about 500 km to the south and flows into the Congo River on the right bank.
  • From its source up to 100 km after Bangui, the river forms the border with the Central African Republic and the Democratic Republic of Congo. It then forms the border between the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Republic of Congo.
  • It is navigable downstream to Bangui, and boats (ferrys and pushed barges) commute from Kisangani and Brazzaville.
  • The length of the Ubangi River, from the confluence of Mbomou and Uele river is 1,120 km. However, together with the Uele, its left source, the Ubangi totals 2,272 km long.

 

 

 

Congo River

Kasai River

Ubangui River

Total Distance (km)

4,700 km

2,000 km

1,120 km

Width (m):

Broadest

Narrowest

4.6 km in Boma and 10 km in its estuary in Banana

n/a

n/a

River Flow

(m³ / second)

  • High flooding period(October – January = 57,670 m3/s)
  • Lower water period (February – March = 36,276 m3/s)
  • Lower flooding period (April – May = 40,282 m3/s)
  • Very low water period ( June-September = 32,000m3/s 

12,000

266

Seasonal Affects

  • High flooding period(October – January = 57,670 m3/s)
  • Lower water period (February – March = 36,276 m3/s)
  • Lower flooding period (April – May = 40,282 m3/s)
  • Very low water period ( June-September = 32,000m3/s 

n/a

n/a

Maximum Weight and

Size of Vessels

Vessels with a draft of 1.30 m during dry period and
2 m during flooding and whose load varies between 400 to 1,200 tons.

  • June – September = 6,775
  • October – May = 15,307
  • June – September = 6,775
  • October – May = 15,307

Regular Traffic

Passenger / Cargo

n/a

Maximum weight 500 tons

Maximum weight 500 tons

Companies Operating

Along the Route

DIOCESE DE TSHUMBE; AGRILUC; Ets OKA ; ADL TRADING;

VALELE; SETRA; SONYHO; LOFILS; CITRA; SETRA;TFCE

DIOCESE DE TSHUMBE; AGRILUC; Ets OKA ;

ADL TRADING; VALELE; SETRA;

SONYHO; LOFILS; CITRA; SETRA;TFCE

DIOCESE DE TSHUMBE; AGRILUC; Ets OKA ;

ADL TRADING; VALELE; SETRA; SONYHO;

LOFILS; CITRA; SETRA;TFCE

Security Concerns

(Yes / No)

Marginal

Marginal

Marginal

Main Ports

See Port Chapter    

 

For more information, please see the list of SNCC and Private Fleets on Lake Tanganyika.

Informal port (beside SCTP’s one) in Mbandaka.

 

 

 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.6 Democratic Republic of Congo Storage Assessment

 

Due to the history of the Democratic Republic of Congo, and the export economy needing such facilities, the country has inherited a massive storage capacity infrastructure. This capacity continued to expand a bit after independence but has slowly degraded due to lack of investment and maintenance. Some economic operators did try to fix and improve this potential but it is mainly located in large cities such as Kinshasa and Lubumbashi. Other cities, because of their key location in terms of domestic logistics (ie. Kisangani), still have important storage capacities but are poorly maintained.

For more information on storage companies, please see 4.6 Democratic Republic of Congo Storage and Milling Company Contact List.

Commercial Storage

A wide range of commercial storage can be found in Kinshasa, Lubumbashi, Matadi and Goma with the provision of handling material. Storage spaces are also available in the rest of the country but lack suitable structures. Most of the commercial warehouses are factory premises that were abandoned when the companies went bankrupt. Others are owned by various logistics service providers.

 

Location

Owner

Available

for Rent

Capacity

mt / m² / m³

GOMA 

Entreprise La Joie,

Mr KAKESA, Tel. 0994326446
Yes 570 m2 divided in 3 warehouses
GOMA  GATCHERIMA MUNYANDEKWE TCHEO
Tel. 0998624229, 0997041269
Yes 727 m2  divided in 4 warehouses
GOMA

VANNY BISHWEKA,

Tel. 099850034, 081039353
Yes 800 m2 divided in 3 warehouses
GOMA

Entreprise RUKERA
Tel. 0997784062

Yes 545 m2 divided in 2 warehouses
GOMA (near airport)

JAMBO SAFARI,

Mr Modeste MAKABUSA
Yes 753 m2 divided in 3 warehouses
GOMA (near airport)

Entreprise LA CLARTE
Katembo Muhido, Tel. 0995484817

Yes 460 m2 divided in 2 warehouses
GOMA

Entreprise AKIPHAR
Mr Elie AKILIMALI. Tel. 0992 090 700

Yes

Site n°1:
2,050 m2 divided in 6 warehouses

Site n°2:
750 m2 divided in 2 warehouses

GOMA

BOLLORE AFRICA LOGISTICS
Olivier MERLO Tel. 081 448 04 41
Olivier.MERLO@bollore.com

Yes 17,650 m2 divided in 3 warehouses
LUBUMBASHI 

GREENCO

M. Nassor S. Walid, walidnassor@gmail.com
+243844000775
Yes

360 m2  divided in 2 warehouses

LUBUMBASHI 

AMATO
M. Jules KALUWE  
kaluwejules@yahoo.fr, 0817343592

Yes 1,500 m2 divided in 2 warehouses
LUBUMBASHI 

MWENDA MSIRI
Fidèle Mukende tel  08445555862

Yes

Site n°1:
1,900 m2

Site n°2:
5,000 MT divided in 5 warehouses

Site n°3:
9,000 MT divided in 9 warehouses

LUBUMBASHI 

Entreprise MULENDA KIYANA

Tel: 0991240998 
Yes

2,000 MT

LUBUMBASHI 

MALABAR
Richard Dixon, +243815261516
Email: richard@malabar-group.com

Yes 3,325 m2
LUBUMBASHI

AMICONGO
Ibrahim Kasala tel: +243997022256
Email: amicongo_lubum@yahoo.fr

Yes 1,100 m2 divided in 2 warehouses
BUKAVU

Office National de Café (ONC)

Tel 0997720292
Yes 7,800 m3 divided in 2 warehouses
BUKAVU

PHARMA STORE
Martial KANYONYO
martialkanyonyo@yahoo.fr

Yes 2,200 m3

KINDU
Q. Basoko, Av.

Petro-Congo
Maniema Union Yes 2,625 m3

 

 

Kindu SNCC warehouse on the port (previously occupied by WFP)

Storage Used by Humanitarian Organizations

As the lead agency for the Logistics cluster, WFP has been offering transport and storage services to the entire humanitarian community on a cost recovery basis.

Location

Organization

Sharing Possibility

(Yes / No)

Capacity

mt / m² / m³

Type*

Condition**

KINSHASA,
Contact WFP Kinshasa Logistics for more details

WFP

Yes 

4,797 m²

Concrete

Appears intact

GOMA, multiple sites

Contact WFP Goma Logistics for more details
WFP Yes

6,129

(3,302 m² for service provision)

Various

Appears intact

KALEMIE, multiple sites
Contact WFP Kalemie Logistics for more details

WFP Yes  3,400 MT Various

Appears intact

KALEMIE,

Contact IRC Logistics for more details
IRC Unknown +710 MT Various

Appears intact

KALEMIE,

Contact FAO Kalemie for more details
FAO Unknown 330 MT Building

Appears intact

KALEMIE,

Contact AVSI Kalemie for more details
AVSI Unknown Unknown Unknown  Unknown

KALEMIE,

Contact UNICEF Kalemie for more details
UNICEF Unknown 8 X 40’ containers Containers

Appears intact

KALEMIE,

Contact MSF France Kalemie for more details:
Takataka Mwendapeke 0814626220
MSF-F Unknown 400 MT Building

Appears intact

LUBUMBASHI,

Contact WFP Lubumbashi for more details
WFP Yes      

PWETO,

Contact WFP Pweto for more details
WFP Yes 1,000 4 Wiik Hall tents

Appears intact

BUNIA,

Contact WFP Bunia for more info
WFP Yes      

BUKAVU

Contact WFP Bukavu for more info
WFP Yes 7,500 m3 Various Appears intact

[1] Warehouse Type: Open storage, container, rub-hall, silo, concrete, other, unspecified

[2] Warehouse condition: Appears intact, appears damaged, under construction/repair


WFP service provision:
DRCLOGServices@wfp.org   
+243 81 715 0354 / +243 817006713 / +243 81 555 2300

Public Sector Storage

Basically, all storage facilities belonging to the SNCC (Société Nationale des Chemins de fer du Congo) and SCTP (Société Commerciale des Transports et Ports) are, in principle, eligible for renting. These companies are partly owned by the State. Often, these warehouses are rented by big local companies, such as the brewing company BRALIMA.

As they are located in train stations, river and lake ports, they are disseminated almost all over the country (except North East). 
Here is only a few sites visited during the assessment. Please refer to the port section for more details. 

Location

Ministry / Agency

Use Possibility

(Yes / No)

Capacity

mt / m² / m³

Type*

Condition**

KALEMIE

 

 SNCC train station Yes See 2.1.4 Democratic Republic of Congo Port of Kalémie Concrete Appears OK
GOMA SNCC port Yes See 2.1.6 Democratic Republic of Congo Port of Goma Concrete TBC
KINDU SNCC port Yes 1,200 MT Concrete TBC
KISANGANI*** SCTP port Yes See 2.1.8 Democratic Republic of Congo Port of Kisangani Concrete TBC
MBANDAKA SCTP port Yes See 2.1.13 Democratic Republic of Congo Port of Mbandaka Concrete Appears OK
KINSHASA SCTP port Yes See 2.1.14 Democratic Republic of Congo Port(s) of Kinshasa Concrete TBC
BANDUNDU SCTP port Yes 1,100 divided in 3 warehouses Concrete TBC

[1] Warehouse Type: Open storage, container, rub-hall, silo, concrete, other, unspecified

[2] Warehouse condition: Appears intact, appears damaged, under construction/repair
***Please remember that there are 2 ports in Kisangani, including one connected to a train station, on each side of the Congo River.

Cold Chain

Location

Organisation / Owner

Type [1]

Cooling /  Power [2]

Total Capacity

Condition

KINSHASA, N'Djili Airport

DHL
Sylvain Mwandulo
0813128389
Sylvain.mwandulo@dhl.com 

Reefer container in specialized warehouse (Refrigerator)

From +2 to +8° C

Compression

7 m³

Non Serviceable
(in renovation)

KINSHASA, N'Djili Airport

BOLLORE
AFRICA
LOGISTICS

Thibaut Lame: 0815563445
Thibaut.LAME@bollore.com

Reefer containers in bonded warehouse

1x from +2 to +8° C Cold room positive

1x below 0° C cold room negative

120 m³

Serviceable
(reefers not always on duty,
BAL should be informed in advance)

KINSHASA

BOLLORE AFRICA LOGISTICS 

Thibaut Lame: 0815563445
Thibaut.LAME@bollore.com

Reefer Containers (1x 20’, 1x 40’)

2 x from +2 to +8° C

Cold room positive 600

90 m³

Serviceable (soon capacities will double)

KINSHASA

PEV / WHO
Audry Mulumba:
+243 816179384

3 freeze rooms

17 cold rooms

Below 0° C

 2-8° C

 Compression

200 m³

Serviceable

KINSHASA

FEDECAM
Jean Pierre Umba Malonda: malonda@gmail.com  
0819 223 238

1  fridge  2-8° C 1 m³ Serviceable 
GOMA 

ASRAMES
Leonard Mbusa Mwana: darlo1@asrames.org   
09 98 08 81 68

1 freeze room

 1 cold room

 1 AC room 

Below 0° C

 2-8° C

 Below 25° C

 Compression 

20

20

5,000 m3

Serviceable 
GOMA

CARITAS
Abbe Arsene Masumbuko: 0993 172 508

1 fridge 

AC room

2-8° C

Below 25° C

1 m³

150 

Serviceable 
GOMA

MEDAIR
Stefano Biagiotti:

0998 911 888

1 fridge

AC room

2-8°C

Below 25°C

1

24
 
GOMA

ICRC

Dominique Frankenne: 0817160528

2 freezers

7 fridges

AC room 

Below 0° C

2-8° C

Below 25° C

2

7

--

Servicable
GOMA

UNICEF / PEV
Serge Asumani: 0994346458

1 freeze room

1 cold room

Below 0° C

2-8°C

20

20

 

MANIEMA, Q. Bankoko Hôpital Général

PEV / DPS

n/a

From +2 to +8° C

Compression

30 m³

Unknown status 

MANIEMA, Q. Bankoko hôpital Général

PEV / DPS

n/a

From +2 to +8° C

Compression

40 m³

Unknown status 

K. OCCIDENTAL, Kananga

CADIMEK

Warehouse with air conditioner

From +2 to +8° C

Compression

1,600 m²

Unknown status 


[1] Cold Room Positive, Cold Room Negative, Refrigerator, Freezer,

[2] Compression, Absorption, Solar, Other, unspecified

 

 

Estimated volume

1 freezer

1

1 fridge

1

1 freeze room

20

1 cold room

20

 

BOLLORE Cold chain facility in Kinshasa.

 

 

 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 2.7 Democratic Republic of Congo Milling Assessment

The largest flour mill company of the Democratic Republic of Congo is MIDEMA (Minoterie De Matadi), established in 1973. MIDEMA mainly produces premium quality wheat flour as well as cattle feed. MIDEMA remains the only mill in the country to produce fortified flour with iron and folic acid, which has been produced since October 28, 2006 on the recommendation of the World Health Organization (WHO).  It is important to note that the monetary crisis that shook the world has forced many companies to close their doors, but the MIDEMA continues to resist.

 

The MIDEMA silos in Matadi port, with its own quay (n° 11).
 

MIDEMA directly employs more than 300 workers and indirectly creates thousands of jobs through its customers and the milling industry. MIDEMA's customers include bakers, distributors and "mama mikate" (street retailers), all of which, in turn, create jobs. The milling industry and has more than 1,000 bakeries, which use an average of 30 workers and deliver bread to more than 50 vendors, resulting in 80,000 indirect jobs.

The daily output of the milling industry totals 15,000 45 kg bags of wheat flour. Each 45 kg bag gives an average of 400 loaves, providing the Congolese at least 6 million loaves a day. MIDEMA is known in the Democratic Republic of Congo by the quality of its flour.

 

Heavy MIDEMA investment in Matadi with their own conveyor belt to the quay.
 

Since 2008, MIDEMA has been training its bakers with IFC, a financial arm of the World Bank,  to introduce customers to the culture of  banking. This banking has opened the doors of microcredit agencies, which gave a boost to the development of their production units. For more information on this partnership with the World Bank, please read Reaching Small and Micro Entrepreneurs in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Another investor in MIDEMA is the Seaboard Overseas and Trading Group. Beside these, there are now numerous private investors from Lebanon, India and Pakistan creating small to medium sized mill businesses in addition to large companies such as African Milling in Lubumbashi. This economic sector becomes very competitive and some historical groups, such as ORGAMAN (founded in 1931), had to cease activities due to a drastic decrease of benefits. MIDEMA is also seriously challenged by this tense economic environment.
 

For more information on milling companies in the Democratic Republic of Congo with contact details, please see the (non-exhaustive) Democratic Republic of Congo Milling Supplier Contact List and 4.6 Democratic Republic of Congo Storage and Milling Company Contact List.

 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 3 Democratic Republic of Congo Logistics Services

Disclaimer: Registration does not imply any business relationship between the supplier and WFP / Logistics Cluster, and is used solely as a determinant of services, and capacities.

Please note: WFP / Logistics Cluster maintain complete impartiality and are not in a position to endorse,comment on any company's suitability as a reputable service provider.

 

Generic Information:


 

The following sections provide information on the logistics services of the Democratic Republic of Congo.


 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 3.1 Democratic Republic of Congo Fuel

 

Petroleum activities in the Democratic Republic of Congo are organized around the exploration / production, refining, transportation, storage and distribution of petroleum products.

Fuel supply and distribution is managed by SEP Congo (Service des Entreprises Petrolières Congolaises).

The stakeholders in the Oil industry are divided as follows:

  • The refiner, transporter and storage (SOCIR AND SEP-CONGO)
  • The GPDPP Group (Groupement professionnel des distributeurs des produits pétroliers (TOTAL ENGEN, Cobil, FINALog, SOFICO) for the marketing of petroleum products and lubricants
  • The GENAPEP(Groupement des entreprises nationales pétrolières privées) / CPN COPENA, GNPP and others for marketing of petroleum products by the private sector
  • The COHYDRO(Congolaise des hydrocarbures), Government Counsellor for Hydrocarbons.

DRC imports 100% of its petroleum products and 57 suppliers in the sector have been approved by the Minister of Hydrocarbons as of February 2012 (still in 2015). 

(Source: République Démocratique du Congo Ministère des Hydrocarbures)


Fixed installations in the country

Installed capacity 233.911m3 (until 2001) including:

  • 5 (five) pumping stations (Ango-Ango, Lufu, Lukala, Inkisi and Masina)
  • 9 (nine) Aviation depots (Ndjili, Lubumbashi airport, Mbandaka Airport, Mbuji-Mayi airport, Kananga airport, Goma airport, Kisangani Airport, Kalemie airoport and  Gbadolite airport)
  • 26 ground depots interconnected by a network of HF radio telecommunications and GSM (Ango-Ango, Boma, Muanda, Kinshasa, Masina, Ilebo Lubumbashi, Mwene Ditu, Kananga, Mbuji-Mayi, Kikwit, Inongo Bandundu, Mbandaka, Kisangani, Businga, Bumba Isiro Kalemie, Kindu, Bukavu, Kalundu Akula, Bena Dibele, Aketi and Mungbere);

Information may also be found at: http://www.mytravelcost.com/petrol-prices/  which is updated monthly.

For information on Democratic Republic of Congo Fuel contact details, please see the following links:

4.7 Democratic Republic of Congo Fuel Provider Contact List

Fuel Pricing

Fuel pricing is controlled by the Government. Prices are set by the Ministry of Economy.

There are currently two orders that govern the fuel pricing in DRC:

  • The Ministerial Decree No. 008/CAB/MIN-ECO & COM/2012 of 29 May 2012  fixing the price of land fuels (gasoline Super, Diesel, Oil and FOMI);
  • The Ministerial Decree No 009/CAB/MIN-ECO & COM/2012 of 29 May 2012 fixing the price of aviation fuel (JET A1)

Fuel Prices (Ouest, Est, and Sud Regions) July 2022

Aviation Fuel Prices (Ouest, Est, and Sud Regions) June 2022

Seasonal Variations 

Seasonal Variations

Are there national priorities in the availability of fuel, e.g. are there restrictions or priorities for the provision of fuel such as to the military? (Yes / No)

Yes

Is there a rationing system? (Yes / No)

n/a

Is fuel to lower income/vulnerable groups subsidized? (Yes / No)

n/a

Can the local industry expand fuel supply to meet humanitarian needs? (Yes / No)

Yes

Is it possible for a humanitarian organization to contract directly a reputable supplier/distributor to provide its fuel needs? (Yes / No)

Yes

Fuel Transportation

Fuel supply and storage throughout the country is done using the following entry points:

  • In the West (Bas-Congo): imported finished products (gasoline, diesel, jet A1, Avgas, oil, fuel and LPG) arrive  by tankers or by barge from the SOCIR refinery and are discharged to the oil port of Ango-Ango Matadi before being pumped through pipelines except for fuel and other oil which are transported by tankers.
  • In the South (Katanga) finished products enter through Sakania and Kasumbalesa and are either discharged to the filing of Lubumbashi, or transported by railcar to Kolwezi  and Kasai (Mwene Ditu Kananga).
  • In the East (North Kivu, South Kivu and North Katanga) imported finished products are discharged in Kalemie, Kalundu, Bukavu or Goma. But in 1997, SEP had momentarily lost control of imports in the east.

Products movement:

  • Operating a pipeline network (6 of 718 km of which 2 of 6'' axis Matadi -Kinshasa (662 km), 2 of 6''  plus 1 of 10'' axis -Kinshasa Masina (44 km) and 1 of 6'' - axis Masina-Ndjil (12 km) annual pumping capacity (1.200.000 m3) and barges, tank wagons and  tankers at a respective installed capacity of: 800 m3, 5.454 m3 and 1.616 m3;
  • Operating  a river network: 7 units including 5 pushers, one barge and one canoe;
  • Operating a railway network: 132 units with 2 locomotives and 130 tank cars (axis Kasai and Katanga 112, Bas Congo - Kinshasa axis 18);
  • Operating a ground network (road equipment and engineering equipment): 292 units including 53 carriers, 39 trailers, 35 tractors, 5 trays, 44 vehicles, 92 vans, 17 cars and seven motorcycles.

Customs clearance:

  • Customs broker , public road transport of goods under Customs
  • Official clearing and forwarding agent  of petroleum products ,
  • 13 customs agents and 11 bonded warehouses approved by DGDA throughout the country;

Transportation in remote areas:

Some transporters used to going to hard-to-access places have equipped their special trucks with tanks. See 3.2 Democratic Republic of Congo Transporters for more information.

Standards, Quality and Testing

Industry Control Measures

Tanks with adequate protection against water mixing with the fuel
(Yes / No)

Yes

Filters in the system, monitors where fuel is loaded into aircraft
(Yes / No)

Yes

Adequate epoxy coating of tanks on trucks
(Yes / No)

Yes

Presence of suitable fire fighting equipment
(Yes / No)

Yes

Standards Authority

Is there a national or regional standards authority? (Yes / No)

Yes

If yes, are the standards adequate/properly enforced? (Yes / No)

Yes

Testing Laboratories

Are there national testing laboratories? (Yes / No)

Yes

Fuel Quality Testing Laboratory

Company

OCC (Office Congolais de Contrôle)

Address

98, Avenue du Port
B.P. 8806
CD-Kinshasa/Gombe

Telephone and Fax

+243 81 8115737
+243 81 3016668

Democratic Republic of Congo - 3.2 Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Transporters

Overview 

In March 2022, the Institut National de la Statistique (INS) published its report, Rapport Global du Recensement General des Entreprises 2019 (available here) and reported a total of 586,587 registered companies with 1,286 from the transport & storage sectors (0,2%). The transport sector remains informal according to the Federation des Entreprises du Congo (FEC) and is estimated up to 92,8% by the INS. Transporters are mainly very small sized companies with mainly one to three trucks, although national truck companies with large  modern fleets also operate near main cities and along mining road corridors.

Rate and Contracting  

Transport costs are expensive compared to the neighboring countries. This is a result of the high number of taxes at both national and provincial levels, and additional and duplicated fees along the road. Rates are calculated based on the truck capacity (e.g. 5 mt, 10 mt), the distance and also the rainy season as this also impacts the price. Both parties have space to negotiate additional terms and conditions such as minimum lead time to book a truck, replacement in case of breakdown, cargo insurance etc. Furthermore, subcontracting is done by very small size companies to meet the customer’s capacity requirement and it’s recommended to clarify whether subcontracting is used prior to the contract signature. 

Depending on the region, trucking companies have fleet adapted to the road conditions (paved vs off road). Mechanical condition, driver experience, fleet capacity and towing service in case of breakdown are key criteria to consider during the selection process, as well as the knowledge of the area of operations considering the highly volatile security situation in DRC. In general, goods are carried into a closed metallic container to secure the cargo and to protect it during the rainy season. 

Road transport regulations   

A trucking company must have a set of administrative documents to obtain an agreement from the Ministry of Transport and Communications and legally run its business at the national level. In 2022, below is the list of mandatory documents: 

  1. Company  

Document

Validity 

Issued By

N° d’Identification National (IDNAT) 

n/a 

Ministère de l’Economie Nationale 

N° au Registre du Commerce et de Crédit Mobilier (RCCM) 

n/a 

Ministère du Commerce 

Le Numéro d’Impôt 

n/a 

Ministère des Finances 

L’Agrément de Transport 

One year 

Direction Générale des Recettes Administratives, Judiciaires, Domaniales et de Participations (DGRAD) 

L’attestation fiscale (NIF) 

6 months 

Direction Générale des Impôts (DGI) 

 

  1. Truck  

Document

Validity 

Issued By

Certificat du Contrôle Technique 

4 months 

Approved Mechanic Workshop  

Certificat d’immatriculation (carte rose) 

n/a 

Direction Générale des Impôts (DGI) 

Police d’assurance 

One year 

Insurance company 

 

  1. Insurance  

Local insurance contracted by trucking companies only covers the third-party liability, therefore cargo insurance is upon customer request. T o ensure a comprehensive and reliable service, the trucking company will subscribe an insurance from an international broker (Kenya, Uganda or Tanzania) at customer’s    expense. 
 

Organization & Structure of National Transporters

The Federation des Entreprises du Congo (FEC) is the main union, gathering all the transporters formally registered under the Congolese law. Organized under their Commission Nationale de Transport, the FEC is the main channel for dialogue and lobbying with the public and authorities at national and provincial levels, to escalate and share their concerns.  

Commission Nationale 

Comités Professionnels 

Transport 

Comité Professionnel des Transporteurs Routiers 

   Other

Comité Professionnel des Transporteurs Aériens 

Comité Professionnel des Agences de Voyages 

Comité Professionnel des Agents Maritimes 

Comité Professionnel des Transporteurs Fluviaux & Lacustres 

 
In addition, private associations such as ASBL (Association Sans But Lucratif) exist with the same aim to escalate at provincial level any difficulties faced to perform their activities. 

Domestic and humanitarian needs are covered by the national capacity of the market and challenges to meet both requirements were not observed during the past years. Even in case of a sudden increase of transportation needs by the humanitarian community, the available national market has been able to absorb an increase in demand.  

However, external factors such as poor rood conditions, closed borders due to security situation, destroyed bridges, floodings or port congestion must be considered and might impact the access and the lead time. Therefore, contingency stock and replenishment must be prepared in advance to avoid any disturbance within the relief activities 

 

Access constraints maps 

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The DRC Cluster Logistics offers a broad range of maps informing about road conditions and maximum ton capacity allowed. 
For more information, please visit here the DRC Cluster Logistics website 

For more information on transport company contact details, please see the following link:4.8 Transporter Contact List

Disclaimer: Inclusion of company information in the LCA does not imply any business relationship between the supplier and WFP / Logistics Cluster, and is used solely as a determinant of services, and capacities.  

Please note: WFP / Logistics Cluster maintain complete impartiality and are not in a position to endorse, comment on any company's suitability as a reputable service provider. 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 3.3 Democratic Republic of Congo Manual Labor Costs

The DRC labor code (Article 40) provides that in case a daily worker has completed twenty two (22) working days over a period of two (2) months, the new contractual commitment entered into will be deemed concluded as a permanent contract. One should comply with the legal duration required by the law. Some organizations, mainly NGOs apply a shift system after completion of 15 working days in order to comply with the law. As far as UN agencies are concerned, contracted labor unions are used.

 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 3.4 Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Telecommunications

Telecommunications in DRC is under the Ministère des Postes, Télécommunications et Nouvelles Technologies de l’Information et de la Communication (PTNTIC) and managed through four structures : 

  • The Société congolaise de fibre optique (SOCOF) created in 2016 and oversees the construction, management, operation and maintenance of the fiber optic infrastructure. 

  • The Autorité de Régulation de la Poste et des Telecommunication du Congo (ARPTC), an independent administrative authority created in 2002 with the key role of ensuring compliance with laws, regulations and conventions in the telecommunications sector. 

  • The Réseau National de Télécommunications par Satellite (RENATELSAT) was created in 1996 and oversees the management and maintenance of the domestic satellite telecommunications network. 

  • The Société Congolaise des Postes et Télécommunications (SCPT) was created in 2008 and is responsible for the postal service. 

For more information on telecoms contacts, please see the following link: 4.11 Additional Services Contact List
 

Telephone Services 

Is there an existing landline telephone network? 

Yes 

Does it allow international calls? 

Yes 

Number and Length of Downtime Periods (on average) 

n/a 

Mobile Phone Providers 

Vodacom, Airtel, Orange, Africell 

Approximate Percentage of National Coverage 

47,1 % in 2021 (source ARPTC)  
Major cities are fully covered compared with the countryside. Indeed, mobile operators are reluctant to invest in location with a low-density population 

Telecommunication Regulations

ARPTC is the regulatory authority in charge of managing, delivering authorizations and to control the frequencies. Explanations and procedures are available here for VHF-HF frequencies and here for VSAT.

Regulations on Usage and Import 

Regulations 

in Place? 

Regulating 

Authority 

Satellite 

Yes 

ARPTC 

HF Radio 

Yes 

ARPTC 

UHF/VHF/HF radio: handheld, base and mobile 

Yes 

ARPTC 

UHF/VHF repeaters 

Yes 

ARPTC 

GPS 

n/a 

n/a 

VSAT 

Yes 

ARPTC 

Individual Network Operator Licenses Required  Yes   
Frequency Licenses Required  Yes   

 

VSAT Providers 

AFRICAN DIGITAL NETWORK 

COMPASS GREEN WORLDWIDE SARL 

CYBERNET SPRL 

KONNECT AFRICA SARLU 

RAGASAT SARL 

SONEMA SAM MONACO SA 

VODACOM CONGO RDC S. A 

Existing Humanitarian Telecoms Systems 

The United Nations agencies have a national telecom system under the same umbrella and managed by UNDSS (United Nations Department of Safety and Security). A common radio room is operating 24/7 from Kinshasa. 
 

 

UN Agencies 

VHF Frequencies 

Yes 

HF Frequencies 

Yes 

Locations of Repeaters  

Yes 

VSAT 

Yes 

Internet Service Providers (ISPs) 

In 2019, the DRC government launched the Plan National du Numérique “Horizon 2025” (Cabinet du Numérique) to reduce the digital divide with the aim of boosting economic growth and industrialization, reducing poverty and improving people's lives.  

The country records an internet penetration rate of 17,6% of the global population in 2021 (Source ARPTC) which represents barely 12 to 15% of Congolese connected to internet. 

Internet Service Providers 

Are there ISPs available? 

Yes 

AFRICAN DIGITAL NETWORK SARLU 

AFRICELL RDC S.A 

AFRINET SARL 

AIRTEL CONGO RDC S.A 

AJYWA TELECOM 

AROP CONGO TELECOM SARL 

AT HOLDINGS 

CASTOR NETWORKS RDC SARL 

CITRACO SPRL /TELESOL 

COMTECH SARL 

CONGO BROADBAND NETWORK 

CONNECTIS SARL 

DHI TELECOM DRC 

ELITE NETWORK SARL 

FAST NET SARLU 

GLOBAL BROADBAND SOLUTION 

GROUPE TELECOM (GTL) SARL 

IBURST AFRICA 

INTERNATIONAL SYSTEMS SARL 

KINSHASA WIRELESS SARL KIWI 

MICROCOM SARL 

OLIVER SOFT SARL 

ORANGE RDC S.A 

ORIONCOM SARL 

RAGA NET SARL 

TECH PLUS SARL 

UNLIMITED SARLU 

VODACOM CONGO RDC S. A 
 
Below list of Fiber optic service providers 
 

AIRTEL CONGO RDC S.A 

BANDWITH AND CLOUD SERVICES DR 

ELIM SOLUTIONS SARL 

GLOBAL BROADBAND SOLUTION 

GROUPE VIVENDI AFRICA (GVA) RD 

LIQUID TELECOM DRC SARL 

MICROCOM SARL 

RAGA NET SARL 

SOCIETE CONGOLAISE DE LA FIBRE, SOCOF 

STANDARD TELECOM 

UNITED SA 

VODACOM CONGO RDC S. A 

If yes, are they privately or government owned? 

Private  

Dial-up only? 

No,  

Broadband and fiber optic are available in country  

Approximate Rates (local currency and USD - $) 

Broadband 

Depends on the subscription plan  

Fiber optic 

Depends on the subscription plan 

(starting from 49USD/month with 20 Mbps)  

Max Leasable ‘Dedicated’ Bandwidth 

Not applicable  

Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) 

The cell phone is currently one of the main means of communication. In 2022, four MNOs (Vodacom, Orange, Airtel, Africell) are operating in DRC with valid licenses until 2038-2039. The mobile networks only covers the main cities (e.g. Kinshasa, Matadi, Goma, Lubumbashi, Kananga, Bunia, Kalemie ) and many vast parts of the territory have no signal as are generally considered unprofitable spaces.

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Source: GSMA

For information on MNOs please visit the GSM Association website

Mobile money solutions are rapidly growing over the last decade as getting cash to and from the bank is a severe problem, especially in the provinces where the security situation is volatile. During the last quarter 2021, the mobile money turnover realized by the four operators reached 53,312,934 USD (Source ARPTC).

Company 

Number of Agent Outlets by Area 

Network Strength by Area 

Contracted for Humanitarian or Government Cash Transfer 

Programmes? 

Services Offered 

(i.e. Merchant Payment, 

Bulk Disbursement, 

Receive & Make Payment) 

VODACOM 
M-Pesa 

60 across the country (locator here

Info per location here 

Yes 

Merchant Payment, Money Transfer, Receive & Make Payment 

AIRTEL  

Money 

41 across the country (locator here

Info per location here 

ORANGE  

Money 

40 across the country (locator here

n/a 

AFRICELL 
Afrimoney 

30 across the country (locator here

n/a 

 

Disclaimer: Inclusion of company information in the LCA does not imply any business relationship between the supplier and WFP / Logistics Cluster, and is used solely as a determinant of services, and capacities.  

Please note: WFP / Logistics Cluster maintain complete impartiality and are not in a position to endorse, comment on any company's suitability as a reputable service provider. 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 3.5 Democratic Republic of Congo Food and AdditionalSuppliers

Democratic Republic of Congo Food Suppliers, Accommodation and Other Markets

For information on Democratic Republic of Congo Food Suppliers, Accommodation and Other Markets contact details, please see the following link:

4.2.9 Democratic Republic of Congo Additional Service Provision Contact List

Main Food Suppliers

The most commonly eaten food is cassava (also known as manioc). The leaves are also eaten as a vegetable.

In addition, there are:

  • Wheat (flour);
  • Vegetables (fresh leaves)
  • rice
  • alcoholic beverages (beer)
  • Fresh and preserved fish (frozen mackerel, especially mpiodi)
  • plantain
  • oils and fats, especially palm oil,
  • corn grain
  • chicken
  • Sugar
  • The beef
  • beans
  • peanut.
  • Smoked fish, salted and dried

Local markets in general in the conflict-prone eastern part of the country are generally very thin (poorly supplied) as people are often afraid to travel to distant markets and thus mostly live on their own subsistence crops. Furthermore, given the generally insecure conditions, there is very little storage of food maintained for fear of theft and looting of supplies. For all practical purposes, the DRC is virtually a landlocked country. Situated on both sides of the Equator, seasons alternate between the north and south in the country, ensuring a more or less steady supply of food. One consequence of the geography and seasonality of the DRC is that almost no basic food stocks (cereals) are maintained in the country, and the availability of cereal stocks may last for at most a maximum of one month. Although there is plentiful storage capacity, most of the capacity is poorly utilized and poorly maintained. (Source: Profil des marchés pour les évaluations d’urgence en sécurité alimentaire)

Accommodation

There are many hotels and hotels in Kinshasa

Democratic Republic of Congo - 3.6 Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Additional Services

The Congolese Ministry of Environment, Tourism and Nature Conservation (Ministère de l’environment, de la nature et du tourisme) is responsible for solid waste Management.  

This task is carried out through various services such as: 

  • The National Cleaning Programme (Programme National d’Assainissement) 

  • Office of Road and Drainage (Office des Voiries et drainage) 

  • National service of Rural Hydraulic (Service national d’Hydraulique Rural) 

Solid waste management activities are decentralized at Provincial level and fall under the responsibility of the Provincial Government through the environment unit. 
At the Kinshasa level, a new service called Régie d’Assainissement et des Travaux Publics de Kinshasa has been created and aims at managing all activities pertaining to cleaning and sanitation of the city. Several transitional disposal sites have been constructed in the city before the waste is evacuated to the final disposal site. 
 

For more information on the Régie d’Assainissement et des Travaux Publics de Kinshasa, please see the following website: Régie d’Assainissement et des Travaux Publics de Kinshasa Website 

For information on Democratic Republic of Congo Waste Management and Disposal Providers contact details, please see the following link: 

4.9 Democratic Republic of Congo Additional Service Provision Contact List 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 4 Democratic Republic of Congo Contact Lists

In the following subsections the contact details for Democratic Republic of Congo will be presented.  

Democratic Republic of Congo - 4.1 Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Government Contact List

Ministry 

Department 

National or Provincial/State Authority 

City / Town 

Street / Physical Address 

Name 

Title 

Email 

Phone Number (office) 

Website  

Présidence 

Présidence 

Site officiel de la Présidence de la RDC 

National  

Kinshasa 

Palais de la Nation Ave. roi Baudoui 

Service Protocole  

 

communication@presidence.cd 

+243 856 382 156 

presidence.cd 

 

Ministère des Affaires Etrangères 

National  

Kinshsasa 

1 Place de l'Indépendance 

 

 

communication@diplomatie.gouv.cd 

+243 990 561 665 

diplomatie.gouv.cd 

Transport 

AAC 
Autorité de l’Aviation Civile 

National  

Kinshasa 

117, Blvd du 30 Juin 

 

 

info@aacrd.org 

+243 812 237 602 

aacrdc.org 

Santé 

ACOREP 

Agence Congolaise de Réglementation Pharmaceutique 

National  

Kinshasa 

36 Ave de la Justice 

 

 

office@acorep.gouv.cd 

+243 840 456 525 

acorep-dpmrdc.org/ 

Ressource Hydraulique  

ARE 

Autorité de Régulation du Secteur de l’Electricité 

National 

Kinshasa 

Blvd du 30 Juin, Immeuble Royal, 3ème et 4ème Etage, Entrée D 

 

 

contact@are.gouv.cd 

+243 970 099 291 

are.gouv.cd 

 

ARPTC 

Autorité de Régulation de la Poste et des Télécommunications 

National 

Kinshasa 

7ème niveau, Immeuble 1113, Blvd du 30 Juin 

 

 

secretariat@arptc.gouv.cd 

 

+243 821 918 814 

arptc.gouv.cd 

Finance 

DGDA 

Direction Générale des Douanes et Accises 

National  

Kinshasa 

Place Royal Ave Likasi 

 

 

info@douane.gouv.cd 

 

dgda@douane.gouv.cd 

+243 821 920 215 

 

+243 818 968 481 

douane.gouv.cd 

Finance  

DGI 

Direction Générale des Impôts  

National  

Kinshasa 

Hôtel des Impôts 32, Croisement des Aves des. Marais et Haut-Congo 

 

 

info@dgi.gouv.cd 

+243 815 555 730 

dgi.gouv.cd 

Energie 

Ministère des Hydrocarbures 

National  

Kinshasa 

Bâtiment administratif du Gouvernement R+2 Lingwala 

 

 

info@hydrocarbures.gouv.cd 

+243 818 382 579 

hydrocarbures.gouv.cd 

Commerce 

OCC 

Office Congolais de Contrôle  

 

National  

Kinshasa 

98 Ave du Port 

 

 

Info@occ.cd 

+243 852 935 143 

occ.cd 

Commerce 

OCC 

Office Congolais de Contrôle  

 

Provincial  

Kongo Central 

Matadi  

 

16 Ave Lukeni 

Ville Haute 

Théophile SELUBANZI 

Directeur 

 

+243 818 132 144 

+243 821 112 526 

occ.cd 

Commerce 

OCC 

Office Congolais de Contrôle  

 

Provincial  

Kongo Central 

Matadi  

 

16 Ave Lukeni 

Ville Haute 

 

Tsasa KIRO 

Division Commissariat Naval – Service constat d’avarie 

 

+243 819 020 030 

 

+243 840 003 615 

occ.cd 

Infrastructures 

Office des Routes 

National  

Kinshasa 

1 Ave Office des Routes 

 

 

contact@officedesroutes.cd 

+243 823 333 883 

officedesroutes.cd 

Energie 

REGIDESO 

Régie de Distribution d’eau de la RDC 

National  

Kinshasa 

59-63, Blvd du 30 Juin 

 

 

 

 

web.regidesordc.com 

Transport  

RVA 

Régie des voies Aériennes 

National  

Kinshasa 

548 Ave Aérodrome 

Quartier N’Dolo 

 

 

 

 

rva.dg@rva.cd 

 

rva.cd 

Transport  

RVF 

Régie des Voies Fluviales 

National  

Kinshasa 

2357 Ave des Poids Lourds 

Anatole MASINI MAYALMA  

Directeur de la Planific 

masinianatole@yahoo.com 

+243 810 531 031 

 

Secrétariat 

 

regiedesvoiesfluviales@gmail.com 

+243 822 482 547 

 

Transport 

SNCC 

Société nationale des chemins de fer du Congo 

National 

Lubumbashi 

115, avenue Place de la Gare 

Monsieur Jean Marie  

Secrétaire du Directeur 

 

+243 970 015 766 

snccsa.com 

Provincial  

Kinshasa 

17, Avenue du Port 

Serge MULAPU 

Directeur Commercial  

mulapserge@yahoo.fr 

+243 998 323 315 

Provincial 

Kananga 

 

Pierre MUKATU 

Directeur Commercial 

 

+243 815 051 677 

+243 971 040 560 

Energie 

SNEL 

Société Nationale d’Electricité  

 

National  

Kinshasa 

2831 Ave de la Justice 

 

 

 

 

snel.cd 

Santé  

Ministère de la Santé 

National  

Kinshasa 

65 Blvd du 30 Juin 

 

 

secretariat.dep@sante.gouv.cd 

+243 817 005 479 

sante.gouv.cd 

Transport  

Ministère des Transports, Voies de Communication et de Désenclavement 

National  

Kinshasa 

Blvd du 30 Juin Place Royal 

 

 

contact@transports.gouv.cd 

+243 820 000 002 

transports.gouv.cd 

 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 4.2 Democratic Republic of Congo Humanitarian Agency ContactList

Organization

Name & Title

Email

Phone Number (Office)

Agence canadienne de développement international

First Secretary of Cooperation

 Marie Brault

marie.brault@international.gc.ca

+243 99 745 76 67

Coopération Technique Belge

Resident Coordinator

 Dirk Deprez

dirk.deprez@btcctb.org

+243 99 590 40 05

 

Pays-Bas

Deputy Chief of Mission

 Roland Martin

kss@minbuza.nl

+243 99 6050 600

 

Italie

Attache de cooperation

coopkin@esteri.it

n/a

Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency

First Secretary

 Anna Furubom-Guittet

anna.furubom-guittet@gov.se

+243 99 967 47 20

 

Suisse

First Collaborator

 Rolf Ott

rolf.ott@eda.admin.ch

+243 99 993 63 34

 

Department For International Development

Humanitarian Advisor

 Sophie Tholstrup

s-tholstrup@dfid.gov.uk

+243 81 058 52 01

Espagne

Chargé des projets humanitaires

 Luis F Rodriguez

coordinador.OTC.congo@aecid.es

+243 81 884 31 95

 

France

Attaché régional de Coopération

 André Abel Barry

andré-abel.barry@diplomatie.gov.fr

+243 99 930 39 88

 

Office of Foreign Disaster

Coordinator

 Jay Nash

jnash@usaid.org

+243 81 880 14 26

JAPON

Director of the A.I program

 Tsunetaka Tshuchiya

Tsunetaka.Tsuchiya@jica.go.jp

+243 81 389 45 36

Norwegian Programme for Development

Senior Advisor

 Alida Gunvor Endresen

gunvor.alida@mfa.no

+243 81 299 12 01

Danemark

Anne Brigitte Albrectsen

annalb@un.dk

n/a

Luxembourg

Marianne Donven

marianne.donven@mae.etat.lu

n/a

Australie

First Secretary

 Rebecca Worner

Rebecca.Worner@dfat.gov.au;

worner.australianaid@regionaloffice.org

+254 20 375 53 24

USAID - United States Agency for International Development

Mission Director

 Diana B. Putman

dputman@usaid.gov

+243 81 555 44 30

Bureau ECHO (Direction Générale de l’aide

Humanitaire de la Commission Européenne)

Head of Office

 Alain Decoux

alain.decoux@ec.europa.eu

+243 81 700 74 30

UN Agencies

 

 

 

Programme des nations unies pour le développement  - PNUD

DSRSG/RC/HR/UNDPRR

 Moustafa Soumaré

soumarem@un.org

n/a

Fonds des Nations Unies pour l'Enfance - UNICEF

Representative

 Barbara Bentein

bbentein@unicef.org

+243 99 290 86 64

Mission de l'ONU pour la stabilisation en

République Démocratique du Congo  - MONUSCO

Rule of Law Advisor

Carsten Weber

weberc@un.org

+243 81 890 66 29

Bureau de Coordination des Affaires Humanitaires - UNOCHA

Head of Office

 Barbara Shenstone

shenstone@un.org

+243 99 144 99 43

Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'Agriculture - FAO

Representative

 Ndiaga Gueye

ndiaga.gueye@fao.org

+243 81333 01 49

Programme des nations Unies pour l'environnement - PNUE

Program Coordinator

 Dieudonné Musibono

dmusibono@yahoo.fr

+243 99 803 80 90

Programme des Nations unies pour

les établissements humains – UN HABITAT

Permanance Kinshasa

 Corneille Kanene

corneille.kanene@undp.org

n/a

UNDSS - United Nations Department of Safety and Security

Head of UNDSS

 Gabriel Faye

Gabriel.faye@undss.org

+243 81 884 50 00

UNFPA - Fonds des Nations Unies pour la Population

Deputy Resident Representative

 Keita Ohashi

ohashi@unfpa.org

n/a

UNHCR - Haut Commissariat des Nations Unies pour les Réfugiés

Regional Representative

 Stefano Severe 

severe@unhcr.org

+243 97 000 01 82

United Nations Office of Project Services - UNOPS

Director and Representative

 Brian Leo Treacy

BrianT@unops.org

+243 81 710 77 86

UNMACC - United Nations Mine Action Coordination Centre

Program Director

 Pascal Simon 

psimon@macc-drc.org

+243 81 890 6907

Programme Alimentaire mondial - WFP

Representative

 Martin Ohlsen

Martin.ohlsen@wfp.org

+243 81 700 67 92

Red Cross Movements

 

 

 

Comité International de la Croix-Rouge - CICR

Head of Delegation

Franz Rauchenstein

KIN_kinshasa@icrc.org

+243 81 700 85 35

Croix-Rouge de Belgique - CR B

Head of Mission

Thierry Desmond

thierry.dosmon@redcross-fr.be

+243 81 000 20 74

Croix-Rouge Française - CR F

Head of Delegation

Grégoire Brou

hod-rdc.frc@croix-rouge.fr

+243 99 044 68 27

Croix-Rouge Italienne - CRI

Head of Mission

Lorenzo Mitchilumi

lorenzo.massucchielli@gmail.com

+243 82 146 41 06

Fédération Internationale de la Croix-Rouge - IFRC

Country Representative

Yawo Gameli Gavelo

yawogameligavlo@ifrc.org

+243 99 801 18 01

Croix-Rouge RDC - CR - RDC

President

Dominique Lutula;

 

Eugene Salamu

prsidentcrrdc@yahoo.fr

+243 99 992 68 23

 

+243 81 160 65 87

International NGOs

 

 

 

EDC

Chief of Party

Dr Aben Ngay

angay@edc.org

+243 81 506 05 00

GROUPE ONE BE

Technical Coordinator

Maurizio Finetti

coordination.kinshasa@groupeone.be

+243 81 829 11 28

11.11.11

Head of Mission

Suzanne Hoogewys

Suzanne.Hoogewys@11.be

+243 81 510 89 90

Action Contre la Faim International - ACF-International

Country Director

Anne Kröning

cd.drc@acf-international.org

+243 81 88 07 320

ADRA - Adventist Development and Relief Agency

Country Director- Western Region

Robert Britton

robertbrit@aol.com

+243 81 066 37 05

Africare

Resident Representative

Francis T Hammond

Africare1@gbs.cd

+243 81 088 51 25

Action Damien

Representative

Pamphile LUBAMBA

pl@cd.actiondamien.org

+243 81 059 51 64

Action AID

Program Liaison Manager

Raissa Ndogole

raissa.ndogole@actionaid.org

+243 81 076 37 20

Agence d’aide à la Coopération Technique

et au Développement - ACTED

Country Director

Norik Soubrier

norik.soubrier@acted.org

+ 243 99 77 22 019

ALIMA

Country Representative

Barbe Solene;

 

DRC Mission Chief

Tinoupaï Blanc

 n/a

 

 

cdm@rdc.alima.ngo

+243 81 759 75 25

 

 

+243 85 917 75 95

ALISEI

Chargée de Coordination

 Reisi Penagos

 n/a

+243 81 072 73 35

Amici de Bambini

Country Representative

 Mauro Pitzalis

 n/a

+243 99 405 40 09

Aviation Sans Frontières – France - ASF-F

Representative

Martin

asparis@asf-fr.org

+243 81 215 71 79

Avocats Sans Frontières – Belgique - ASF

Head of Mission

Aurore Decarnieres

rdc-cmkin@asf .be

+243 81 742 05 59

CAFOD – Catholic Agency for Overseas Development

Country Representative

Bernard Balibuno Kateta

bbalibuno@cafod.org.uk

+243 97 000 19 01

CARE International

Country Director

Yawo Douvon

Yawo.douvon@co.care.org

+243992160141

Caritas International Belgique - CI.BE

DRC Representative

Emilie Cordelier Fernandes

e.cordelier@caritasint.be

+243 81 611 42 41

Catholic Organization for Relief and Developement AID - CORDAID

Head of Mission

Annie Lefevre

annie.lefevre@cordaid.net

+243 99 100 18 30

Catholic Relief Services - CRS

Country Representative

Margaret Desiller

mailto:sgcharaka@gmail.com

+243 99 100 95 01

CESVI – Cooperazione esviluppo

Head of Mission

Agata Messina

cesvikinshasa@cesvi.org

+243 99 965 82 22

Comitato Internazionale per lo Sviluppo dei Popoli - CIPS

Country Coordinator

Lucia Falchetti

cisp.rdcongo@gmail.com

+243 81 884 1693

Comité d’Aide Médicale - CAM

Head of Mission

Philippe Boutin

camrdc@hotmail.com

+243 99 847 14 82

Concern Worldwide CONCERN WW

National Director

Antoine Esclatine

drc.cd@concern.net

+243 81 502 96 70

COOPI - Cooperazione Internazionale

Head of Misson

Benedetta Lettera

cm.rdc@coopi.org

+243 99 85 03 473

Chaîne de l'Espoir-Belgique

Head of Project

Marianne Le Marchand

marianne.lemarchand@chaine-espoir.be

+243 81 429 93 36

Christian Aid

Country Manager

Inogwabini Bila-Isia

binogwabini@christian-aid.org

+243 81 880 47 44

Cristoffel Blind Mission - CMB

Country Representative

Maria Scicchitano

mariascicchitano@cbmi-nbo.org

+243812172024

Dan Church Aid - DCA

Grants Manager

Marc Vaillant

mva.congo@dca.dk

+243 81 455 02 98

DIV. ACTION HUM. Bokotsi Mboyo   +243 85 330 00 81

DKT

Country Director

Sandra Gass

sgcharaka@gmail.com

+243 99 334 82 64

Fondation Albihar - FA

Coordinator for projects in the DRC

Gracianne Richonnier

gracianne@fundacionalbihar.org

+243 81 68 32 926

Fondation pour l'Afrique (FPA) - Hongrie - FPA

President

France Mutombo

ferimut@gmail.com

36302621032

 n/a

Office and IT Manager

Olatunde Odufa (Toto)

collegeothniel@gmail.com

+243 89 716 56 52

Hope in Action

Liaison Officer

Joseph Nkinzo

nkinzo@hopeinactionnet.org

+243 99 829 07 82

Helen Keller International (HKI)

Interim Country Director

Kathy Tilford

ktilford@hki.org

+243 99 014 11 41

HI-B - Handicap International - Belgique

Operational Coordinator

Anna Picoli

coordo@kinshasa.handicap.be

+243 81 374 92 17

HI-F/Handicap International France/Actions Urgences /Goma

Head of Mission

Rabii BENAMEUR

Hiurgence.cdm.goma@gmail.com

+243 99 531 12 56

Hope In Action Sweden - HIA - Se

Liaison Officer

Joseph Nkinzo T chiboL

mailto:Ciaran.Donnelly@theIRC.org

+243 81 368 34 23

IFES - International Foundation Electoral Systems

Chief of Party

Carmina Sanchis Ruescas

csanchis-ruescas@ifes.org

+243 81 938 03 91

INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL CORPS - IMC

Acting CD

Oggie Radosavljevic

oradosavljevic@internationalmedicalcorps.org

desire.kajabika@kua.fi

n/a

International Rescue Committee - IRC

Regional Director

Amanya Michael Ebye

Amanya.MichaelEbye@rescue.org

+243 99 52 00 001

JRS - Jesuit Refugee Service - JRS

National Director

Victor Wilondja

victor.wilondja@jrs.net

+243 99 990 51 72

ISCO SC

Project Manager of Food Security

Andrea Conto

andrea.conto@isco-sc.it

+243 81 0010158

Magna enfants en peril

Deputy Chief of Mission

Andrea Stranska;

Erick

stranska@magna.sk

+243 81 510 83 58

+243 81 715 04 72

Malteser International

Representative of the Liaison Bureau

Christian Hauptmann

christian.hauptamann@yahoo.fr

+243 81 016 39 80

MDM -F - Médecins du Monde - France

General Coordinator for the DRC

Pascale Barnich

genco.drc@medecinsdumonde.net

+243 81 31 32 6 76

Medicus Mundi Navarra

National Representative

François Zioko

mmnrdc2@yahoo.fr

+243 99 994 07 79

Missionary Aviation Fellowship

Director

Greg Heller

gheller@maf.org

+243 85 157 85 84

Medische Missie Samenwerking - MEMISA-B

Head of Mission

Alain DRESSE

alain.dresse@memisa-rdc.org

2,43996E+11

Médecins du Monde Belgique - MDM-B

Deputy to the Coordinator General of the DRC

Rodembourg Noëlle

mdmbcoordogad@gmail.com

+243 970 12 22 52

Médecins Sans Frontières Belgique - MSF-B

Head of Mission

Bertrand Perrochet

msfocb-kinshasa-hom@brussels.msf.org

+243 81 50 26 027

MSF-Intersection

Representative for MSF- Intersection

Concha Badillo

msf-kinshasa-coord-bureau@barcelona.msf.org

+243 81 658 66 04

MSF - DRC Pierre Mounier    

Mines Avisory Group - MAG

National Director

Fabienne Chassagneux

country.director@magdrc.org

2 430 813 535 148

Médeceins d'Afrique - MDA

Representative

Francine Ametonou

medecinsafriquerdc@yahoo.fr

+243 82 325 88 42

MERLIN

Country Representative

Ezekiel Mulowayi

cr@merlin-congo.org

+243 99 160 43 77

PROVIC

Director General

Trad Hatton

thatton@provic.org

+243 99 920 00 609

Norwegian Church Aid

Country Program Manager

Alexandre Becquevort

bec@nca.no

+243824000594

Norwegian Refugee Council

Country Director

Alain Homsy

Countrydirector@nrc.drc.no

+243 81 086 90 30

OXFAM Stephane Ndjoli   +243 99 200 54 19

OXFAM Belgique

National Representative

Mérick Freedy Alagbe

Oxfamsol_rdc@yahoo.fr

+243 81 913 19 15

OXFAM QUEBEC

National Representative

Noel Lupembe Kakongo

lupemben@oxfam.qc.ca

+243 81 700 88 39

OXFAM - Grande Bretagne

Country Director

Sylvie Louchez

slouchez@oxfam.org.uk

+243 81 700 71 35

RCN Justice & Démocratie

Head of Mission for the DRC

Hubert Nzakimuena

hubert.nzakimuena@rcn-rdc.org

+243 99 86 39 614

SADAFRIC Elonga Songinere   +243 81 711 59 00

Save The Children - UK - SC-UK

Country Director ai

Rob MacGillivray

rob.macgillivray@savethechildren.org

+243 99 990 50 81

Search For Common Ground  - SFCG

Country Director

Dirk Jan Koch

dkoch@sfcg.org

+243 81 241 13 75

Solidarité International - SI

Country Representative

Olivier Krins

Representant.pays@solidarites_rdc.org

+243 81 361 79 51

Seeds of Peace Africa - SOPA Bruno Buiya    

SOS Villages d’Enfants

National Director

Bernard Dechy

bernarddechy@gmail.com

+243 81 318 62 44

 n/a

 n/a

n/a 

+243 99 979 27 87

Première Urgence - Aide Médicale Internationale

Country Representative

Jean Le Coz

jlecoz@premiere-urgence.org

+243 99 602 15 00

TROCAIRE

Head of Mission

Hervé Bund

hbund@trocairecd.org

+243 81 315 24 97

TRIAS vzw

Regional Coordinator

Alphonse Kapuya

alphonse .kapuya @triasngo.be

+243 81 506 35 94

VIA Don Bosco

Program Manager

Stefan Lopez Hartmann

stefan.lopezhartmann@viadonbosco.org

+32(0)2 423 20 71

WARCHILD UK

Head of Mission

Michel Gratton

warchildUk_rdc@me.com

+243 99 300 74 90

WVI - World Vision International

Representative

Robert Kisyula

Robert_Kisyula@wvi.org

+243 99 100 89 00

INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL CORPS - IMC

Country Director

Dr Jay Drosin

jdrosin@internationalmedicalcorps.org

+243 99 13 88 055

INTERSOS

Regional Director

Marcelo garcia

marcelo.garcia@intersos.org

+243 99 104 4441

INGENIEURS SANS FRONTIERE

Head of Mission

Frederic Pacini

fpacini@isf-iai.be

+243 99 053 21 24

Local NGOs

 

 

 

ADSSE - Association pour le Développement

Social et la Sauvegarde de l'Environnement

Head of the Liaison Bureau

Augustin Kapika 

adsse2000@yahoo.fr

+243 99 993 34 35

AHD Jean Denis   +243 85 812 57 15
APD Engenzo Honore   +243 85 810 24 84
APEE Executive Secretary

Marcel Tote
  +243 85 215 78 75
ASE Lambert Bekodji   +243 81 067 07 70
BETHSAIDA Gilbert Mongoyo   +243 85 212 22 10

Bureau Diocésain des Oeuvres Médicales

Nutritionist Team Leader

Florence Mabo

bdomkinshasardc@yahoo.fr

+243 99 995 12 06

CAREO - Centre des Abandonnés et de

Réintégration des Enfants Orphelins

National President

Luc Muhima Biti

careo_rdc@yahoo.fr

+243 99 831 50 49

Groupe One

Program Coordinator

Maurizio FINETTI

n/a

n/a

CARITAS-Développement

National Director

Jean Muela

jean-muela.caritas@cenco.cd

+243 99 994 69 19

Convention des Volontaires Actifs pour les

Droits Humains et le Développement

Grant Officer

Camille Aubourg

cau@dca.dk

+243 81 199 73 21

Espoir pour tous/ONGD

President

Luc Lutala

lutalaky@gmail.com

+243 81 520 31 99

Fédération des Ong Laïques à vocation

Economique du Congo

Executive National Secretary

André Tshula Nkunku

tshanku@hotmail.com

+243 99 817 94 65

Fondation CODESPA

Country Representative

Carolina Buglione

cbuglione@codespa.org

+243 081 014 21 84

Fondation Femme Plus

National Director

Bernadette Mulelebwe

femmeplus-rdc@ic.cd

+243 99 991 11 62

Humanitas Ubangui

Administrative President

Philippe Sobinzi Dombale

humanitasasbl@hotmail.com

+243 81 058 07 92

ADSSE - Association pour le Développement

Social et la Sauvegarde de l'Environnement

Head of the Liaison Bureau

Augustin Kapika; 

Kenedy Kisamwadi

adsse2000@yahoo.fr

+243 99 993 34 35

+243 85 415 46 45

Bureau Diocésain des Oeuvres Médicales

Nutritionist Team Leader

Florence Mabo

bdomkinshasardc@yahoo.fr

+243 99 995 12 06

CAREO - Centre des Abandonnés et de

Réintégration des Enfants Orphelins

National President

Luc Muhima Biti

careo_rdc@yahoo.fr

+243 99 831 50 49

Groupe One

Program Coordinator

Maurizio FINETTI

n/a

n/a

CARITAS-Développement

National Director

Jean Muela

jean-muela.caritas@cenco.cd

+243 99 994 69 19

Convention des Volontaires Actifs pour

les Droits Humains et le Développement

Grant Officer

Camille Aubourg

cau@dca.dk

+243 81 199 73 21

CHEMONIC Patrick Kongomu   +243 85 812 29 57
CPEM CAR. PR. Francois Ngweli   +243 81 730 49 30

Espoir pour tous/ONGD

President

Luc Lutala

lutalaky@gmail.com

+243 81 520 31 99

Fédération des Ong Laïques à vocation Economique du Congo

Executive National Secretary

André Tshula Nkunku

tshanku@hotmail.com

+243 99 817 94 65

Fondation CODESPA

Country Representative

Carolina Buglione

cbuglione@codespa.org

+243 081 014 21 84

Fondation Femme Plus

National Director

Bernadette Mulelebwe

femmeplus-rdc@ic.cd

+243 99 991 11 62

GRADIBO Longomo Elima   +243 85 810 11 34

Humanitas Ubangui

Administrative President

Philippe Sobinzi Dombale

humanitasasbl@hotmail.com

+243 81 058 07 92

LAPAC Ngiesangte Padge   +243 82 275 36 32
OREBO Basele Jean   +243 85 103 54 49

 


 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 4.3 Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Laboratory and QualityTesting Company Contact List

Company 

Street / Physical Address 

Name 

Title 

Email 

Phone Number (office) 

Phone Number (mobile) 

Website  

 Description of Services 

ACOREP 
Agence Congolaise de Réglementation Pharmaceutique 

36, Avenue de la Justice  

Kinshasa I 

 

 

office@acorep.gouv.cd 

+243 840 456 525 

 

acorep-dpmrdc.org 

Responsible for quality, and conformity controls of pharmaceutical products in country 

IITA 

International Institute of Tropical Agriculture  

Route Kavumu km 18 Bifurcation Birava 

Site Kalambo 

Bukavu, 

Ghislain Kikanda 

Station Administrator 

g.kikanda@cgiar.org 

+243 993 557 036 

 

iita.org 

Laboratory testing facilities 

IITA 

International Institute of Tropical Agriculture  

4163, avenue Haut-Congo Quartier Revolution 

Gombe Kinshasa 

Bernard Vanlauwe 

Director  

b.vanlauwe@cgiar.org 

+ 243 990 212 603 

 

iita.org 

Laboratory testing facilities 

IML 

International Modern laboratory 

Lumumba 2050, Premier etage, Lubumbashi 

 

 

admin@imlabdrc.com 

+243 858 299 222 

 

imlabdrc.com 

Laboratory testing facilities 

INRB 

Institut National de Recherche Biomédicale 

Av. De la Démocratie N°5345 

Kinshasa 

 

 

 

info@inrb.net 

+243 992 121 236 

 

inrb.net 

Laboratory testing, analysing and research facilities 

LNCQ 
Laboratoire National de Contrôle de Qualité des produits de santé 

59 Av. des Pharmaciens  
Barumbu 
Kinshasa  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Drug quality control and monitoring 

OCC  

Office Congolais de Contrôle   

 

98 avenue du Port  

Kinshasa  

 

 

Info@occ.cd  

 

+243 852 935 143  

 

occ.cd  

Responsible for quality, quantity and conformity controls of all goods, analyses of all samples and products 

 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 4.4 Democratic Republic of Congo Port and Waterways CompanyContact List

Port Name 

Company  

Name 

Title 

Email  

Phone Number  

Website 

Duties 

KINSHASA 

Féderation des Entreprises du Congo (FEC) 

fec@fec–rdc.com 

+243 812 488 909 

fec-rdc.com 

Liste Nationale des Transporteurs Lacustres ICI 

KONGO CENTRAL 

MATADI 

SCTP 

Daniel BULUNGIDI 

Directeur Technique 

bulungidi@yahoo.fr 

+243 990 126 158 

+243 899 613 007 

 

www.sctp-sa.org 

Port Authority 

MATADI 

MGT 

Glend MAKABI 

 

 

Deputy Managing Director in Charge of 

Operations and Commercial 

gmakabi@idrcsa.com 

+243 970 122 970 

www.mgt.cd 

Private Port 

MATADI 

TICOM 

José ALMEIDA ABEL  

Directeur Port Sec 

abelalmeida226@hotmail.com 

+243 892 404 178 

www.groupe-ledya.com/ticom 

Private Port 

BOMA 

SCTP 

Jean Paul YUKU  

Directeur Coordinateur 

jeanpaulyuku@gmail.com 

+243 898 383 213 

+243 817 201 262 

www.sctp-sa.org 

Port Authority 

BANANA 

SCTP 

Edmond POBA 

Sous Directeur  

 

+243 979 474 444 

+243 851 268 191 

www.sctp-sa.org 

Port Authority 

NORD KIVU 

GOMA 

SNCC 

Monsieur  

MUHIYA 

Chef de Port  

n/a 

+243 976 268 604 

www.snccsa.com 

Port Authority  

GOMA  

ETOILE DU KIVU   

Monsieur BEZO 

Company ‘s Representative 

n/a 

 243 998 668 598 

n/a 

Waterway Company 

GOMA 

MARINETTE EXPRESS 

n/a 

 +243 994 134 056  

+243 998 766 500  

n/a 

Waterway Company 

GOMA 

ETS. DE LA MANNE DU CIEL   

Monsieur WILLY 

Company ‘s Representative 

n/a 

+243 994 449 688 

n/a 

Waterway Company 

GOMA 

ETS. SALAMA  

Monsieur LANDRI 

Company ‘s Representative 

n/a 

+243 994 129 947 

n/a 

Waterway Company 

GOMA 

ETS. BON PRIX  

Monsieur FREDDY 

Company ‘s Representative 

n/a 

+243 990 860 431 

n/a 

Waterway Company 

GOMA 

AGANZE   

Monsieur BULINGO 

Company ‘s Representative 

n/a 

+243 999 770 895 

n/a 

Waterway Company 

GOMA 

MUGOTE   

Company ‘s Representative 

n/a 

+243 897 414 705  

n/a 

Waterway Company 

GOMA 

IHUSI EXPRESS  

Customer ‘s Services 

n/a 

+243 994 813 235 

 +243 818 382 590  

n/a 

Waterway Company 

GOMA 

RAFIKI  

Monsieur POLYDOR 

Company ‘s Representative 

n/a 

+243 994 139 576 

n/a 

Waterway Company 

GOMA 

ETS. SILIMU  

Monsieur MAGGA 

Company ‘s Representative 

n/a 

+243 997 764 897 

n/a 

Waterway Company 

SUD KIVU 

BUKAVU 

SNCC 

Albert NUMBI 

Directeur de la Coordination 

n/a 

+243 971 028 347 

www.snccsa.com 

Port Authority 

BUKAVU 

SNCC 

Monsieur KABWALA 

Chef de Port  

n/a 

+243 981 788 711 

www.snccsa.com 

Port Authority 

KALENDU 

SNCC 

Jérôme SHABANI KALUMBA 

Chef de Port  

n/a 

+243 977 990 244 

www.snccsa.com 

Port Authority 

KIVOVO 

Ets. MAYAKA 

Monsieur FRANCOIS 

Gérant 

 

n/a 

+243 997 701 135 

 

n/a 

Private Port 

KIVOVO 

Ets. KIDOGE MAJAGIRA (K.M) 

Olivier FADHILI 

Chef de Port  

n/a 

 +243 973 646 327 

n/a 

Private Port 

Kidoge KONGWA  

Directeur Général  

kidogegas@gmail.com 

KASENGA 

OLGA HOUSE  

Irène KABISUBA 

Directrice Financière et Administrative 

irenekabisuba@gmail.com 

+243 972 277 032 

olga-house.net 

Private Port 

TANGANYIKA 

KALEMIE 

SNCC 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KASAÏ 

ILEBO 

SNCC 

Willy MIZUMI  

Directeur de la Coordination 

+243 814 070 505 

+243 970 058 380 

www.snccsa.com 

Port Authority 

Service Commerciale 

+243 824 190 169  

+243 972 744 292  

Service Transport 

+243 814247429 

  +243 999 197 970  

ILEBO 

BELTEXCO 

Simon BOPE 

Agent  

+243 810 349 778 

+243 817 661 489 

 

Water Company 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 4.5 Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Airport Company ContactList

All the airlines registered in DRC are forbidden to fly in European airspace by EU aviation regulation. Please note also that their contact details below may vary as well as their ability/authorization to operate. WFP is only informing of their existence (which may vary as well) and is NOT liable for the safety of their operation.

Airport 

Company 

Street / Physical Address 

Name 

Email 

Phone Number  

Website   

Description of Services 

KINSHASA  

KINSHASA 

N’DJILI 

African Transport System 

15 Boulevard du 30 Juin Building Equity BCDC 

Kinshasa Gombe 

Sales Services 

contact@ats-handling-rdc.com 

+243 822 197 525   +243 810 243 542 

ats-handling-rdc.com/ 

Handling Services 

KINSHASA  
N’DJILI 

 

Air Côte d’Ivoire 

1597/40 Immeuble 30 Juin 

Boulevard du 30 Juin, Kinshasa Gombe 

 

Sales Services 

aircotedivoirefih@aircotedivoire.com 

+243 817 068 401 

aircotedivoire.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

KINSHASA  
N’DJILI 

Air France 

4 Av des Batetela 

Kinshasa 

Sales Services 

 

+243 998 001 013 

airfrance.cd 

Passenger & 

Freight 

KINSHASA 

N’DOLO 

Air Kasai 

5, Avenue des Militants 

Kinshasa Barumbu 

Sales Services 

jules.kande@airkasai.cd 
 

info@airkasai.cd 

+243 810 719 115 

+243 810 281 338 

+243 850 164 297 

airkasai.cd 

Passenger & 

Freight 

KINSHASA  
N’DJILI 

Asky 

1525, Boulevard du 30 Juin 

1er Niveau Immeuble 

Kinshasa 

Sales Services 

fihkpcto@flyasky.com 

+243 814 086 479 

 +243 817 375 414 

flyasky.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

KINSHASA  
N’DJILI 

Brussel Airlines 

Rond point, Ave De La Justice 

Kinshasa 

Sales Services 

rdc@brusselsairlines.com 

+ 243 858 277 000 

+ 243 859 907 035 

brusselsairlines.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

KINSHASA  
N’DJILI 

CAA 

124 Boulevard du 30 juin  

Kinshasa Gombe 

Sales Services 

 

+ 243 820 002 601 

caacongo.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

KINSHASA 

N’DJILI 

Cargo Man 

Aérogare Technique 

Sales Services 

athanase@cargoman-drc.com 

+243 814 352 398 

cargoman-drc.com/ 

Handling Services 

KINSHASA  
N’DJILI 

Congo Airways 

3642, Boulevard du 30 Juin Immeuble Future Tower 

Kinshasa Gombe 

Sales Services 

amida.ambari@congoairways.com 

+243 820 958 442 

congoairways.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

KINSHASA  
N’DJILI 

Ethiopian Airlines 

1525, Boulevard du 30 Juin 

Kinshasa 

Sales Services 

fihres@ethiopianairlines.com 

fihcto@ethiopianairlines.com 

+243 817 006 585 

ethiopianairlines.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

KINSHASA  
N’DJILI 

Kenya Airways 

4, Avenue du Marché 

Immeuble Riad 

Kinshasa Gombe 

Sales Services 

Customer.Relations@kenya-airways.com 

+243 999 303 440 

kenya-airways.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

KINSHASA 

N’DOLO 

Kin Avia 

Aéroport de Ndolo 

Kinshasa Barumbu 

Sales Services 

contact@kinavia.com 

+243 816 303 331 

+243 816 303 332 

kinavia.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

KINSHASA 

N’DOLO 

Malu Aviation 

Aéroport de Ndolo 

Kinshasa Barumbu 

Sales Services 

bokungudidier@flymaluaviation.com 

+243 999 932 155 

flymaluaviation.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

KINSHASA  
N’DJILI 

Royal Air Maroc 

22 Boulevard du 30 Juin 

Kinshasa Gombe 

Sales Services 

 

+243 150 330 003 

royalairmaroc.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

KINSHASA 

N’DJILI 

Servair 

Cargo 

Parcelle 29258,15e rue 

Kinshasa Limete 

Sales Services 

info@serveaircargo.com 

+243 998 685 451 

serveaircargo.com 

Freight 

KINSHASA  
N’DJILI 

South African Airways 

25 Av de l'Equateur, Immeuble 

MK TOWER, 1st Floor / 

Kinshasa Gombe 

Sales Services 

cedrickIzemengia@flysaa.com 

+243 850 191 945 

flysaa.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

KINSHASA  
N’DJILI 

Taag 

Boulevard du 30 Juin 

Apt 1/10 R/C 

Kinshasa 

Sales Services 

callcentre@flytaag.com 

+243 818 116 937 

taag.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

KINSHASA  
N’DJILI 

Trans Air Cargo Service 

14 Rue Limete N 13B 

Kinshasa Limete 

Sales Services 

josemacedo@tacscargo.com 

+243 824 263 527 

tacscargo.com 

Freight 

KINSHASA  
N’DJILI 

Turkish Airlines 

1113 Building 

Boulevard du 30 Juin 

Kinshasa Gombe 

Sales Services 

kinshasa@thy.com 

+243 815 210 074 

turkishairlines.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

KINSHASA  
N’DJILI 

Uganda Airlines 

Aérogare passager 

 

Sales Services 

r.agwang@ugandairlines.com 

+243 817 860 333 +243 814 109 068 

ugandairlines.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

KASAÏ CENTRAL 

KANANGA 

Congo Airways 

1 avenue Lulua 

Quartier Malandji 

Kananga 

Sales Services 

 

+243 829 781 928 

congoairways.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

KANANGA 

CAA 

124 Boulevard du 30 juin  

Kinshasa Gombe 

Sales Services 

 

+243 820 002 601 

caacongo.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

KANANGA 

Servair Cargo 

138, Boulevard Lumumba 

Kananga 

Sales Services 

 

+243 998 293 294 +243 810 078 880 

+243 815 304 342 

serveaircargo.com 

Freight  

KANANGA 

Goma Air 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KANANGA 

Air Kasaï 

5, Avenue des Militants 

Kinshasa Barumbu 

Sales Services 

jules.kande@airkasai.cd 
 

info@airkasai.cd 

+ 243 810 719 115 

+ 243 810 281 338 

+ 243 850 164 297 

airkasai.cd 

Passenger & 

Freight 

KANANGA 

Trans Air Cargo Service 

14 Rue Limete N 13B 

Kinshasa Limete 

Sales Services 

josemacedo@tacscargo.com 

+243 824 263 527 

tacscargo.com 

Freight 

KASAÏ ORIENTAL 

MBUJI MAYI 

Congo Airways 

62 Avenue Inga  

Quartier Mudiba 

Mbuji Mayi 

Sales Services 

dieudonne.swedi@congoairways.com 

+243 819 072 573 

congoairways.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

MBUJI MAYI 

CAA 

124 Boulevard du 30 juin 

 Kinshasa Gombe 

Sales Services 

 

+243 820 002 601 

caacongo.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

MBUJI MAYI 

Servair Cargo 

347 Avenue Ngalula Maandajila 

Quartier Bonzola 

Mbuji Mayi 

Sales Services 

 

+243 998 011 910  

+243 810 052 711 

 

serveaircargo.com 

Freight 

MBUJI MAYI 

Trans Air Cargo Service 

14 Rue Limete N 13B 

Kinshasa Limete 

Sales Services 

josemacedo@tacscargo.com 

+243 824 263 527 

tacscargo.com 

Freight 

ITURI 

BUNIA 

CAA 

124 Boulevard du 30 juin  

Kinshasa Gombe 

Sales Services 

 

+243 820 002 601 

caacongo.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

BUNIA 

Congo Airways 

Boulevard de la libération en diagonale de la Sokimo  

Bunia 

Sales Services 

lucien.iragi@congoairways.com 

+243 827 784 666 

congoairways.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

BUNIA 

Servair Cargo 

22 Rue Ituri  

En face de Galerie Bassa 

Sales Services 

 

+243 998 011 913 

serveaircargo.com 

Freight 

NORD KIVU 

GOMA 

Busy Bee Congo 

Quartier Les Volcans 

Goma 

Sales Services 

contact@busybeecongo.com 

+243 990 688 210 

busybeecongo.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

GOMA 

Ethiopian 

Airlines 

18 Boulevard Kanyamuhanga, Goma 

Sales Services 

negusm@ethiopianairlines.com 

gomsm@ethiopianairlines.com 

+243 973 487 778 

+243 997 384 447 

+243 896 770 220 

ethiopianairlines.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

GOMA 

Malu Aviation 

Aéroport de Goma 

Sales Services 

kyombapaul@flymaluaviation.com 

+243 998 666 515 

flymaluaviation.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

GOMA 

Congo Airways 

Quartier Murara C/Karisimbi 

Boulevard Julien Paluku 

Goma 

Sales Services 

moza.furaha@congoairways.com 

+243 829 781 924 

congoairways.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

GOMA 

CAA 

124 Boulevard du 30 juin  

Kinshasa Gombe 

Sales Services 

 

+243 820 002 601 

caacongo.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

GOMA 

Servair Cargo 

2 Avenue Kasiza  

Quartier Bujovu, 

Aéroport de Goma 

Sales Services 

 

+243 813 136 644 

+243 998 888 730 

+243 817 007 152      +243 998 011 913 

serveaircargo.com 

Freight 

SUD KIVU 

KAVUMU (Bukavu) 

Swala Aviation 

Aéroport de Kavumu 

Sales Services 

info@swalaaviation.com 

+243 997 724 657 +243 821 376 857 

+243 852 663 328 

swalaaviation.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

KAVUMU 

(Kavumu) 

Servair Cargo 

136 Avenue Lumumba   

Ibanda 

Sales Services 

 

+243 998 011 913 

serveaircargo.com 

Freight 

KAVUMU 

(Kavumu) 

Busy Bee Congo 

Quartier Les Volcans 

Goma 

Sales Services 

busybee_congo@yahoo.fr 

contact@busybeecongo.com 

 

+243 814 463 300 +243 998 624 267 

busybeecongo.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

HAUT KATANGA 

LUBUMBASHI 

Air Fast Congo 

Avenue Usoke N°5 Lubumbashi 

Sales Services 

secretary-general@airfastcongo.net 

+243 995 731 402 

+243 995 214 080 

+243 999 157 253 

airfast-congo.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

LUBUMBASHI 

Air Katanga 

Hangar Air Katanga 

Sales Services 

nicole@airkatanga.com 

+243 997 021 173 

 

airkatanga.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

LUBUMBASHI 

Air Link 

Aéroport de Lubumbashi 

Sales Services 

e-ticketing@flyairlink.com 

+243 900 929 605 

flyairlink.com 

 

LUBUMBASHI 

Air Tanzania 

Aéroport de Lubumbashi 

Sales Services 

info@airtanzania.co.tz 

+255 222 113 248 For International Customers 

airtanzania.co.tz 

Passenger & Freight 

LUBUMBASHI 

CAA 

 

Sales Services 

 

+ 243 820 002 601 

caacongo.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

LUBUMBASHI 

Congo Airways 

712 avenue Mobutu 

Lubumbashi 

Sales Services 

claudine.muadi@congoairways.com 

+243 829 781 923 

congoairways.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

LUBUMBASHI 

Ethiopian Airlines 

Aéroport de Luano 

 

Sales Services 

fbmapt@ethiopianairlines.com 

+243 812 771 780  
+243 818 780 779 

ethiopianairlines.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

LUBUMBASHI 

Kenya Airways 

48 Blv Laurent Desire Kabila, Batiment Lac Commune 

Lubumbashi 

Sales Services 

relations@kenya-airways.com 

+243 852 411 900 +243 997 025 175 

kenya-airways.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

LUBUMBASHI 

Servair Cargo 

22 Avenue Luvungi, 

Quartier Industriel 

Kampemba 

Sales Services 

 

+243 997 694 388 +243 824 444 307 +243 998 086 450 +243 817 374 202 

serveaircargo.com 

Freight 

LUBUMBASHI 

Trans Air Cargo Service 

14 Rue Limete N 13B 

Kinshasa Limete 

Sales Services 

josemacedo@tacscargo.com 

+243 824 263 527 

tacscargo.com 

Freight 

TSHOPO 

KISANGANI 

CAA 

 

Sales Services 

 

+243 820 002 601 

caacongo.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

KISANGANI 

Congo Airways 

16, Blvd Mobutu, Immeuble Lengema 

Kisangani 

Sales Services 

blanchard.lumaliza@congoairways.com 

+243 829 784 286 

congoairways.com 

Passenger & 

Freight 

KISANGANI 

Servair Cargo 

5 Avenue Lac Tanganyika 

Quartier Commercial 

Kisangani 

Sales Services 

 

+243 998 642 524 +243 815 133 158 
+243 998 011 909 

serveaircargo.com 

Freight 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 4.6 Democratic Republic of Congo Storage and Milling CompanyContact List

Location

Company

Physical Address

Name

Title

Email

Phone Number

(office)

Key Role

Description of Duties

Kananga

Ambroise Badibanga

Av Du Poisson n°25, Q/Industriel, C/Kananga

Ambroise Badibanga

Directeur General

 

(0)851182684 | (0)997216396

 

 

Entrepôt fixe de 200 m² ; parcelle clôturée, entrepôt aéré, possibilité de stocker de la nourriture

Kananga

SNCC

Av. Des Cadets, Q/Kamayi

Kasonga Kitenge

Directeur Region Nord ad interim 

 

(0)81933285 | (0)971040560

 

 

Dibaya

ZS Tshikula

Hopital de référence de Tshikula

 Soeur Superieure Therèse

Directrice

 

 

 

dépôt de 7x6 m², 2 cool box de 350 Litres chacun et pouvant conserver jusqu’à -25 °C, 1 frigo de 300 Litres, le tout fonctionnant avec panneau solaire 

Kananga

MONA LUXE

Rond-Point Immokasaï, Blv Lumumba, C/Kananga

Stanis Muela

Gérant

stanismuela@yahoo.com

(0)999261435 | (0)816995513

 

 

Goma

ETS MUSANGANYA

LUBONGERA

Avenue Maniema No. 163

Commune de Goma

Quartier HIMBI I

Mr MUSANGANYA

LUBONGERA

PDG

mlantoine014@yahoo.fr

+243 (0)998625012

+243 (0)998 625 950

 

Milling

Goma

ETS AKIPHAR GOMA

Avenue Mont Goma, No. 144

Quartier des Volcans

Commune de Goma

ELIE AKILIMALI SHAMAVU

PDG

etablissements_akiphar@yahoo.fr

+243 (0)81 087 1252

+250 (0)80 8526 985

 

Milling

Goma

Ets. Bon Marché

Avenue ALINDI, No. 223

Commune de Goma

Q/ HIMBI I. Goma / RDC

Mr AKILI MUHABURA

Madame Esther Kalengamire (Kinshasa)

Directeur General

akilimuhabura2003@yahoo.fr

+243 (0)997 7000 80

+250 (0)8085 13 603

+243 (0)99 992 5334

 

Milling

Goma

Entreprise La Joie

 

Mr KAKESA

 

 

0994326446

 

Storage

Goma

GATCHERIMA MUNYANDEKWE TCHEO

 

 

 

 

0998624229

0997041269

 

Storage

Goma

VANNY BISHWEKA

 

 

 

 

099850034

081039353

 

Storage

Goma

Entreprise RUKERA

 

 

 

 

0997784062

 

Storage

Goma

BOLLORE AFRICA LOGISTICS

 

Olivier MERLO

 

Olivier.MERLO@bollore.com

081 448 04 41

 

Storage

Goma

ASRAMES

 

Leonard Mbusa Mwana

 

darlo1@asrames.org 

09 98 08 81 68

Cold Chain

Storage

Goma

CARITAS

 

Abbe Arsene Masumbuko

 

 

0993 172 508

Cold Chain

Storage

Goma

MEDAIR

 

Stefano Biagiotti

 

 

0998 911 888

Cold Chain

Storage

Goma

ICRC

 

Dominique Frankenne

 

 

0817160528

Cold Chain

Storage

Goma

UNICEF / PEV

 

Serge Asumani

 

 

0994346458

Cold Chain

Storage

GOMA (near airport)

Entreprise LA CLARTE

 

Katembo Muhido

 

 

0995484817

 

Storage

GOMA (near airport)

JAMBO SAFARI

 

Mr. Modeste MAKABUSA

 

 

 

 

Storage

Likasi

Minoterie de Likasi 

50001435

Av. des Abattoirs, N° 13

Likasi

Kifita Loano

 

kifita@hotmail.com

kifita@gmail.com

+243 99 704 18 05

+243 81 409 60 40

+243 81 409 02 14

 

Milling

Likasi

Minoteries Gécamines 

50036298

Boulevard Kamanyola

n°409

Lubumbashi

M. Thierry Kikontwe

M. Ntambwe

 

gecamines.adg@starnet.cd

thierykkkk@yahoo.fr

+243 99 704 65 75

+243 99 863 05 55

 

Milling

Lubumbashi

Terra Sprl

 

M. Rahim

 

info@terraafrique.com

rd@africanmilling.com

rahim.dhrolia@terraafrique.com

deepak.raulkar@terraaffrique.com

+243 81 07 85 676

+243 81 07 85 676

 

Milling

Lubumbashi

GREENCO

 

M. Nassor S. Walid

 

walidnassor@gmail.com

+243844000775

 

Storage

Lubumbashi

AMATO

 

M. Jules KALUWE  

 

kaluwejules@yahoo.fr

0817343592

 

Storage

Lubumbashi

MWENDA MSIRI

 

Fidèle Mukende 

 

 

08445555862

 

Storage

Lubumbashi

Entreprise MULENDA KIYANA

 

 

 

 

0991240998 

 

Storage

Lubumbashi

MALABAR

 

Richard Dixon

 

richard@malabar-group.com

243815261516

 

Storage

Lubumbashi

AMICONGO

 

Ibrahim Kasala

 

amicongo_lubum@yahoo.fr

+243997022256

 

Storage

Kinshasa

Bwamanda

CDI-Bwamanda

33 bis, av. Bobozo

Limete Kinshasa 

 

 

ngaleko.baranga@cdibwamanda.org

sangi.modeawi@cdibwamanda.org

thomas.betyna@cdibwamanda.org 

alexis.makweta@cdibwamanda.org

+243 99 994 00 24

+243 99 822 29 21 

+243 99 919 82 53 

 

Milling

Kinshasa

Mbandaka 

Ets B.M.

17011 Av. Robert Kumbu

17e rue Kingabwa

Limete, Kinshasa

Jean-Emile Bakole

 

jebakole@hotmail.com

+243 85 156 04 41

 

Milling

Gemena

VAPA Congo

Inga n°3 Gemena

Emmanuel

 

emmabolia@yahoo.fr

+243852503523

 

Milling

Boko

Bas-Congo

Securité Alimentaire des Cataractes

11-12 Av. Kwango

Gombe / Kinshasa

Urbain Lusongamo

 

info@sac-rdc.org

titilusongamo@gmail.com 

+243815550816

+243815550656

 

Milling

Kinshasa

Groupe Michael

(Minoterie Nehema)

Av. Kasa-Vubu n°86 C/Bandal

Nyembo Lambert

 

groupemichael@yahoo.fr jbendesana@bic.cd

+243819917597

 

Milling

Kinshasa

ETS Just & Mel

Av. Kingabwa n°1050 Kingabwa/Limete

ASSASSE Mélanie

 

justmelproduct@yahoo.fr lutha_koimo@yahoo.fr

+243813746418

+243995002140

 

Milling

Kinshasa

ETS l’Envol (Minoteries Africaines)

Av. Mbandaka n°4 Kingabwa/Limete

Luemba tadi

 

lembatadi@yahoo.fr

tadiluemba@yahoo.fr  

+243818840651

+243999942446

 

Milling

Kinshasa

Espérance Sprl

Croisement Av. Lumpungu & Wagenya C/ Gombe

Gode Kanku

 

godekanku@yahoo.fr

+243815021599

+2439999680717

 

Milling

Kinshasa

PEV / WHO

 

Audry Mulumba

 

 

+243 816179384

Cold Chain

Storage

Kinshasa

FEDECAM

 

Jean Pierre Umba Malonda

 

malonda@gmail.com

0819 223 238

Cold Chain

Storage

KINSHASA, N'Djili Airport

DHL

 

Sylvain Mwandulo

 

Sylvain.mwandulo@dhl.com 

0813128389

Cold Chain

Storage

KINSHASA, N'Djili Airport

BOLLORE AFRICA LOGISTICS

 

Thibaut Lame

 

Thibaut.LAME@bollore.com

0815563445

Cold Chain

Storage

BUKAVU

Office National de Café (ONC)

 

 

 

 

0997720292

 

Storage

BUKAVU

PHARMA STORE

 

Martial KANYONYO

 

martialkanyonyo@yahoo.fr

 

 

Storage

KINDU

Q. Basoko, Av.

Petro-Congo

Maniema Union

 

 

 

 

 

 

Storage

MANIEMA, Q. Bankoko Hôpital Général

PEV / DPS

 

 

 

 

 

Cold Chain

Storage

 

SNCC

 

Kongolo

 

ssnccrgionest@yahoo.fr

0824491083

 

Storage

K. OCCIDENTAL, Kananga

CADIMEK

 

 

 

 

 

Cold Chain

Storage

Democratic Republic of Congo - 4.7 Democratic Republic of Congo Fuel Provider Contact List

Company

Location(s)

Name

Email

Phone Number (office)

Phone Number (mobile)

Description of Services Provided

MONA LUXE

Rond-Point Immokasaï, Blv Lumumba, C/Kananga

Stani Muela

stanismuela@yahoo.com

Gérant

(0)999261435 | (0)816995513

Capacité des cuves / reserves : plus de 50000 m3

ENGEN

Av.Lulua nº3, Q/Malandji, C/Kananga

Raphaél Betu

raphabetu@yahoo.fr

Gérant

(0)998440277 | (0)821436370

Capacité des cuves / reserves : plus de 50000 m3

OIL MED

329 av,Likasi

Jean Kamba

 

Gérant

 

Capacité des cuves / reserves : plus de 50000 m3

TOTAL RDC SARL (ELF)

 

374, Av. de l’Equateur

Gombe - Kinshasa

M. Philippe BOURGEOIS,

M. Georges SEMETE

elfoilrdc@elfoilrdc.cd

+243815192121

+243818948121

+243815192121

+243818948121

Local distribution

of petroleum products

and lubrificants

ENGEN

 

14/16, Av. du Port

Gombe - Kinshasa

M. Charles NIKOBASA

 

info@engen.cd

 

+243817005590

+243815553655

 

+243817005590

+243815553655

 

Local distribution of

petroleum products

and lubrificants

COBIL

 

407, Av. Roi Baudouin

Gombe - Kinshasa

 

Guillaume BOLENGA HANNY BISWE,

Georges MUKUNA LUABING

 

cobil@cobil.cd

 

+243817150088

 

+243817150088

 

Local distribution of

petroleum products

and lubrificants

SEP CONGO SARL

 

1, Avenue des Pétroles

Gombe, Kinshasa

n/a

secdg@sep.cd

dg@sep.cd

dga@sep.cd

+243817008546

+243818840402

 

+243817008546

+243818840402

 

Exclusive commission Agent in

DRC for customs clearance of petroleum. 

Franchises in all provinces of DRC.

Distribution and storage.  

Services:  Customs clearance.

PETROMBU

15, Av. Inga,

Dibindi - Mbuji-Mayi

Willy BONDO TSHIANGALA

petrombu95@yahoo.fr

 

 

+243998231893

+243816008073

 

+243998231893

+243816008073

 

Distribution

UNITED PETROLEUM

Av. Kapenda,

Lubumbashi.

 

Joseph TWITE

n/a

+243810374170

 

+243810374170

 

Distribution

CONGO PETROL

Aéroport de la Luano,

Lubumbashi.

Steven RUSSELL KNIGHT

n/a

+243997021997

 

243997021997

Distribution

HASS PETROLEUM CONGO SPRL

Aéroport de la Luano,

Lubumbashi.

 

Ahmed HUSSEIN

n/a

+243815677770

 

+243815677770

 

Distribution

STATION CONGO PETROLE

Goma

LOGO MVITO

congopetrol@yahoo.fr

 

 

+243994400575

 

+243994400575

 

Distribution

GINKI SPRL

32, Av. Kibombo,

Ibanda - Bukavu

 

CHIHUBAGALA CHINJA

antoinemush200@yahoo.fr

 

+243810325369

+243815024447

+243810325369

+243815024447

Distribution

Niyetu

Avenue Maniema, Quartier Katindo

 

 

+243994401163

 

 

TRUST OIL STATION SERVICE

Goma

 

 

'0998880387 '0997033282

 

 

STATION SERVICE IBB

 

Jacqueline BYAKE

ibbstationservice@yahoo.fr

'0997731135

 

 

STATION LUKUGA BUSINESS PETROLEUM Tanganyika/Kalemie Asukulu Manga Kaskile   0812510587  

Stocks held include diesel and petrol and they are replenished on a monthly basis by sea. Payment methods accepted are cash, accounts and contract.

Will deliver to customers in different territories if a regular amount is ordered each month. This excludes Kongolo.

Costs as at Oct 2018:

Diesel 1800 FC

Petrol 1800 FC

STATION MALEBO PETROLEUM Tanganyika/Kalemie Fikiri Epithas   0827365202  

Stocks held include diesel and petrol and they are replenished on a monthly basis by sea. Payment methods accepted are cash and account.

Will deliver across the Tanganyika territories.

Costs as at Oct 2018:

Diesel 1850 FC

Petrol 1800 FC

ABS MAMRY Tanganyika/Kalemie Saidi Abdala Saleh & Andre Tshowa  

0821911033/

0914626423

 

Stocks held include diesel and petrol and they are replenished on a weekly basis by sea. Payment methods accepted are cash, accounts and contract.

Able to deliver to all cities and territories in Tanganyika province.

Costs as at Oct 2018:

Diesel USD 1.20

Petrol USD 1.20

 

 

 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 4.8 Democratic Republic of Congo Transporter Contact List

Company 

Location 

Name 

Title 

Email 

Phone Number 

Website 

information 

KINSHASA 

Féderation des Entreprises du Congo (FEC) 

fec@fec–rdc.com 

+243 812 488 909 

fec-rdc.com 

Liste des Transporteurs Routiers par Province  ICI 

KONGO CENTRAL 

Féderation des Entreprises du Congo (FEC) 

fec@fec–rdc.com 

+243 812 488 909 

fec-rdc.com 

Liste des Transporteurs Routiers par Province  ICI 

NRJ 

Matadi 

Georges KOULTOUMI 

Chef d’Agence 

g.koultoumi@nrj.cd 

+243 817 710 007 

www.nrjrdc.com 

National & International network, 125 trucks, 150 semi-trailers… 

TICOM 

Matadi 

Gloire MONGIE NGANI 

Responsible 

Commercial 

gloiremongi@groupe-ledya.com 

+243 892 404 178  

www.groupe-ledya.com/ticom 

35 trucks  

AFRITRANS 

Matadi 

José SIMOES 

Chef d’Agence 

josé@afritrans.co 

+243 817 005 206 

www.afritrans.co 

 

ECO TRANS 

Kinshasa 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NRJ 

Kinshasa 

Camille KAPUMBA 

Chef du Transport  

cheftrans@nrj.cd 

+243 817 710 006 

+243 817 710 010 

www.nrjrdc.com 

National & International network, 125 trucks, 150 semi-trailers… 

AFRITRANS 

Kinshasa 

Victor SIMOES 

Directeur d’Exploitation  

victor@afritrans.co 

+243 817 005 201 

www.afritrans.co 

 

ITURI 

Féderation des Entreprises du Congo (FEC) 

fec@fec–rdc.com 

+243 812 488 909 

fec-rdc.com 

Liste des Transporteurs Routiers par Province  ICI 

NORD KIVU 

Féderation des Entreprises du Congo (FEC) 

fec@fec–rdc.com 

+243 812 488 909 

fec-rdc.com 

Liste des Transporteurs Routiers par Province  ICI 

KULE BUSINESS SERVICE 

Goma 

Mr Kule Kambere 

Représentant légal 

kulebusinessservice@gmail.com 

+243 992 189 255 

n/a 

 

CONGO LOGISTIQUE SERVICE 

Goma 

Mr Alingaka 

Représentant légal 

plat.logsertrans.co@gmail.com 

+243 976 679 842 

n/a 

 

Ets FEJO 

Goma 

Mme Naweza Cizungu 

Représentant légal 

joliechristine01@gmail.com 

+243 991 723 133 

n/a 

 

CENTRE FORMATION FEMMES ET JEUNES 

Goma 

Centre Formation Femmes et Jeunes 

Représentant légal 

cfpfj2013@gmail.com 

+243 813 059 797 

n/a 

 

BELLE VIE 

Goma 

Mr Nsengiyumva Buyibuyi 

Représentant légal 

bellevielogis44@gmail.com 

+243 997 764 838 

n/a 

 

ALPHA NEW SARL 

Goma 

Mr Abedi Mapasa 

Représentant légal 

jonstonm74@gmail.com 

+243 998 818 008 

n/a 

 

BOUTIQUE JÉSUS PIERRE D'ANGLE 

Goma 

Mr Mabutwa Bazungu  

Représentant légal 

mabtbaz@gmail.com 

+243 827 481 618 

n/a 

 

MAISON PRINCE PROVINCIALE 

Goma 

Mr Chirimwami Butama 

Représentant légal 

princechirimwami@gmail.com 

+243 991 355 580 

n/a 

 

Ets MAISON CŒUR STABLE 

Goma 

Mr Katembo Kapita  

Représentant légal 

paulinkapita@gmail.com 

+243 814 744 834 

n/a 

 

Ets LA PLÉNITUDE 

Goma 

Mr Bauma Mateene 

Représentant légal 

ets.laplenitude@gmail.com 

+243 976 484 964 

n/a 

 

MAISON RUKERA BANZABANZA 

Goma 

Mr Rukera Banzabanza 

Représentant légal 

rukerajean70@gmail.com 

+243 997 640 62 

n/a 

 

STE ASSOCIES DES PROPRIETAIRES DES VEHICULES POUR L'ENTRAIDE 

Goma 

Mr Nkundabakiga Sinibagiwe 

Représentant légal 

snibagiwe@gmail.com 

+243 814 013 302 

n/a 

 

Ets CKK 

Goma 

Mme Kahindo Kabezya 

Représentant légal 

ckktransport@gmail.com 

+243 998 659 237 

n/a 

 

 Ets K.M.O 

Goma 

Mr Katsuva Mumbombo 

Représentant légal 

olivierkatsuva1@gmail.com 

+243 997 780 705 

n/a 

 

Ets KING BUSINESS 

Goma 

Mr Bashige Biringanine 

Représentant légal 

  

+243 995 578 383 

n/a 

 

Ets GOD BLESSING TRAVEL AGENCY  

Goma 

Mr Kambale Kakule  

Représentant légal 

gtaagence@gmail.com 

+243 997 720 040 

n/a 

 

Ets BWETETA 

Goma 

Mr Paluku Kahamba  

Représentant légal 

bwetetalog@gmail.com 

+243 976 349 043 

n/a 

 

Ets EASY BUSINESS 

Goma 

Mr Lidjo Okondjondo 

Représentant légal 

lidjojames@gmail.com 

+243 994 760 184 

n/a 

 

Ets LIAISON APPROFONDUE MERCURE LOGISTICS 

Goma 

Mr Katika Wakatika 

Représentant légal 

lamercurelogistic@gmail.com 

+243 999 008 623 

n/a 

 

GRACE GLOBAL LOGISTICS SARL 

Goma 

Mr Kombozi 

Représentant légal 

salesinfo@gracelogistic.com 

+243 978 932 733 

www.graceglogistic.com 

 

ETS MAISON MON LOCAY 

Goma 

 

Représentant légal 

molocaytransbag@gmail.com 

+243 991 279 430 

n/a 

 

HAUT KATANGA 

Féderation des Entreprises du Congo (FEC) 

fec@fec–rdc.com 

+243 812 488 909 

fec-rdc.com 

Liste des Transporteurs Routiers par Province  ICI 

LUALABA 

Féderation des Entreprises du Congo (FEC) 

fec@fec–rdc.com 

+243 812 488 909 

fec-rdc.com 

Liste des Transporteurs Routiers par Province  ICI 

EQUATEUR 

Féderation des Entreprises du Congo (FEC) 

fec@fec–rdc.com 

+243 812 488 909 

fec-rdc.com 

Liste des Transporteurs Routiers par Province  ICI 

Democratic Republic of Congo - 4.9 Democratic Republic of Congo Additional ServiceProvision Contact List

Type of Service

Company & Phone Number (office)

Location(s) & Physical Address

Name

Email & Website

Description of Services Provided

VEHICLE RENTAL

AGENCE ANIKA TRANSPORT

 

 

 

  • LV 4x4

VEHICLE RENTAL

AVIS

+243990909900 / +243810909900 / +243817007511

Blvd du 30 juin,

Gombé Kinshasa

Building Virunga

Patrick Bopeya

p.bopeya@avisdrc.com

kin@avisdrc.com

www.avis.cd

  • Price: Net in usd, vehicle available at the station, 16% VAT;
  • Fuel at customer expense, fuel cost charged at $ 1.5 usd per liter.
  • Mandatory driver for all car rentals;
  • Agency work schedule: Mon - Fri: 8am - 18h Sat: 9h - 15h
  • 100km free per day, beyond 0.45 cents per Km;
  • Mandatory pre-payment;
  • Accepted Payment : Cash, VISA, MASTER-CARD, AVIS approved card;
  • Renting not allowed outside the city;

Terms of rental with driver:

  • Standard Service: 7h - 22h;
  • Beyond 22h, extra $ 10 USD per day;

Service outside standard hours with overload available

VEHICLE RENTAL

LOXEA

+243817005733

5d, avenue du Tchad

Gombe, Kinshasa

Hôtel Memling

Monia MALU - General Manager

mmalu@cfao.com

Daily flat rate applies to all rentals from 1 to 6 days.

It includes:

  • 100km
  • The driver 8: 00-20: 00
  • The partial waiver in case of accident
  • The partial waiver in case of theft
  • VAT

It does not include:

  • Fuel

 

• Weekly flat rate applies to all rentals from 7 to 29 days.

It includes:

  • 700 kms
  • The driver 8: 00-20: 00
  • The partial waiver in case of accident
  • The partial waiver in case of theft
  • VAT

It does not include:

  • Fuel

 

• Monthly flat rate applies for all rentals over 30 days.

  It includes:

  • 3000km
  • The driver 8: 00-20: 00
  • The partial waiver in case of accident
  • The partial waiver in case of theft
  • VAT

It does not include:

  • Fuel
  • Driver subsistence fees (hotel and Self Catering) outside Lubumbashi

VEHICLE RENTAL

EUROPCAR

+ 243992904312

+243992904312

+243992007286

+243994526942

Blv du 30 juin,1

Kinshasa Gombe

Tractafric, Av Batetela

12-Grand Hotel

 

Virginie Ruhana - Europcar DRC Manager

 

vruhana@nissan-drc.com info@europcar.com

  • Driver schedule is from 08:00 to 20:00, extra hour is charged USD 5 / H beyond that schedule.
  • Driver’s living expenses outside Kinshasa is charged 60 USD / day (for Housing and snack)
  • Fuel is not included in the rental rates. In the event the customer does not return the vehicle with a full fuel tank, the fuel supplement is charged $ 2.5 per liter.
  • The monthly fee applies for all rentals over 30 days. It includes: 3000 kms
  • Airport assistance: 20 USD
  • Note: Taxes and Duties not included in the rat : VAT 16%
  • Accepted payment methods: Cash (U.S. $, Euro), credit cards (Visa, Mastercard)
  • Approved Purchase order.
  • Deposit required, vary depending on vehicle category

 

TAXI COMPANIES

RETRANSKIN

+243812894102

+243997083666

1ère Rue, Quartier Industriel, Commune

de Limete

Kinshasa City Hall

KALA Eber

 

www.kinshasa.cd

http://www.kinshasa.cd/

index.php?option=com_content&view

=article&id=257

 n/a

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

 

AMICONGO

 

+243997045918

+243998510608

13, AVE AVIATEURS - KINSHASA - RDC

 

n/a

info@amicongo.com

www.amicongo.com

Sea and land transit.

Air transit.

Road transport.

Branches in Matadi, Boma, Muanda, Kinshasa, Kisangani, Bunia, Beni, Butembo, Goma, Bukavu, Uvira, Lubumbashi, Kasumbalesa Kolwezi Kalemie. Large warehouses and storage spaces in Kinshasa and Lubumbashi. Own fleet of trucks.

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

BOLLORE AFRICA LOG

0995901861/0992909001/0992909003/0992909000

 

Fabrice MUNKONKOLE

customerservice.kinshasa@bollore.com,barry.abdourahmane@bollore.com

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

COMEXAS AFRIQUE

099908920/0970004670/ 0994838115

 

JP MASSAMBA

import.kinshasa@comexas.com, jp.massamba@comexas.cd, lubumbashi@comexas.cd

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

GECOTRANS

998676820/0999924007/0997022340

 

Diedonne KASEMBO

gecotranskinshasa@yahoo.fr

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

NECOTRANS

991141848

 

OLIVIER GIESKES

o.gieskes@necotrans.com

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

PACIFIC TRADING

843965708

 

LUGENDO

client@pacifictrading.com

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

AT-SERVICES

818153101

 

Patrick TSHIMANGA

p.tshimanga@atservices-cd.com

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

CUSTOMS & TRADING AGENCY

997649961

 

LUBAKI

cta115@gmail.com

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

GECOTRANS

993737173

 

ANUARITE KAVIRA

kavirasiva@yahoo.fr

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

AMICONGO

997796571

 

ANTOINE KASUNGULA

mwipatay@gmail.com

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

BOLLORE AFRICA LOGISTICS

991005705

 

GAEL MUNDOMBA

customerservice.kinshasa@bollore.com

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

COMEXAS

999908920

 

JP MASSAMBA

jp.massamba@comexas.cd

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

GTM

99 80 18 900

 

YANNICK MALU

ymalu@gtmdrc.com,akabongo@gtmdrc.com

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

STATION JAMBO SAFARI

998513662

 

MODE MAKABUZA

makabuza@yahoo.fr

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

CTA

819933403

 

LUBAKI

cta115@gmail.com

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

COMEXAS

994014148

 

JP MASSAMBA

reporting.comexas@comexas.cd

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

BOLLORE AFRICA LOG

991005705

 

Frabrice MUNKONKOLE

customerservice.kinshasa@bollore.com

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

SOCODAM

0814072284/0851381225

 

MUESSE

socodam2005@yahoo.fr/muespapy@yahoo.fr

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

GECOTRANS

999972072

 

DANNY KALALA

gecotranskinshasa@yahoo.fr

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

AMICONGO

0998623483/0812350553

 

Venant KALIMU

amikongobuk@hotmail.com

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

COMEXAS AFRIQUE

0970004671/0970004642

 

JP MASSAMBA

info@comexas.cd

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

BOLLORE AFRICA LOG

812396057

 

Frabrice MUNKONKOLE

info.ldrc-est@bollore.com

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

GTM

0970331666/0814128244

 

YANNICK MALU

ymalu@gtmdrc.com,akabongo@gtmdrc.com

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

SOCODAM

972330490

 

PATRICE KALAMBAYI

socodam2005@yahoo.fr

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

AMICONGO

0819403857/0814755346

 

 

Feedback zols

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

CETA

0810545508/0997675660

 

EVARISTE PALUKU

evaristeceta@yahoo.fr

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

BOLLORE AFRICA LOG

993238098

 

Andy MUKENDI

sales.katanga@bollore.com/Jeroen.BRAET@bollore.com

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

GECOTRANS

999972072

 

DIEUDONNE KASEMBO 

gecotranskinshasa@gmail.com

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

MALABAR

813499634

 

ANTOINE

antoine@malabar-group.com

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

POLYTRA

991854499

 

CLAEYS

mclaeys@polytra.be

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

ATLAS SPRL

NA

 

NA

NA

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

AMICONGO

99 70 22 256

 

Kashala Ibrahim

amicongolubumbashi@gmail.com

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

GSTI

818310613

 

PIERRE RAMAZANI

gstikatanga@gmail.com/bbokumbebebe@gmail.com

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

TROPIQUE SARL

854432719

 

ALIMASI OKOTA

sebalosalimasi01@gmail.com/agenceendouanetropic@gmail.com

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

AMICONGO

826085096/0816507765

 

SEFU BIN ALI JOSSY

sefubin2015@gmail.com/amicongokalemie@gmail.com

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

SS BUSINESS

814626340

 

BYABELE  KILIMO

ssbusinessklm@yahoo.fr

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

ACREP SARL

816987523

 

KABAYU MUZIRHU

kabayumuzirhu@gmail.com

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

AMICONGO

 

Gilbert

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

TROPIQUE

 

 

amicongokalemie@gmail.com

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

G.S.T.I

 

Ramazani

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

SS BUSINESS

 

Poly

gstikatanga@gmail.com

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

AMICONGO/Kalemie

 

Glbert

amicongokalemie@gmail.com

816507765

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

TROPIQUE

 

 

 

823010300

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

G.S.T.I

 

RAMAZANI

gstikatanga@gmail.com

810316517

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

SS BUSINESS

 

POLY

 

814626340

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

COMEXAS AFRIQUE

+243819908920

BP. 14797 -

KINSHASA - RDC

 

n/a

kinshasa@comexas.cd

info@comexas.cd

www.comexas.cd

n/a

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

 

GTM

+243998018900

+243970060014

 

 

Route des Poids Lourds

1338 Kingabwa/Limete

Kinshasa

 

Marie-Jose Henry - Sales & Marketing Department

 

 

pil-commercial@gtm-rdc.com

www.gtmdrc.com

 n/a

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

SDV Agetraf

 

+243991005705

4200 Avenue du

Général Bobozo

 

Barry Abdourahmane

 

barry.abdourahmane@

bollore.com

http://www.bollore-africa-logistics.com/qui-

sommes-nous/filiales

-en-afrique

/rdc.html

 

n/a

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

GTS

+243818128664

 

503, boulevard du 30 juin

 Immeuble INTERFINA 1er étage

 A coté de la RAWBANK

 KINSHASA/GOMBE

n/a

info@gtsexpress.cd

www.gtsexpress.cd

n/a

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

ETS IRAGI

Goma

Goma

Cesar Matabaro

iragimultiservices@gmail.com

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

SOCIETE YRA TRANSIT AGENCY

Goma

Av.Mont Goma 17, Goma

Saidi Djuma

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

RECODI

Goma

quartier Birere, Goma

 

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

GTM

Goma

Goma

 

 

 

FREIGHT FORWARDING AGENTS

SHIPPING GL

Goma

Immeuble Bahati, 23 Blvd KANYAMUHANGA, GOMA

WIM VERWILT

Nadine.Kasonia@shippinggreatlakes.com

 

HANDLING EQUIPMENT 

 

BIA

+243811602395

+243817108492

 

 Avenue Isiro 3689 -

Gombe

André Bordignon

andre.bordignon@bia.cd

www.stockbiardc.com

n/a

HANDLING EQUIPMENT 

 

GROUPE CHANIC - KINSHASA

+243817152720

+243817152754

 

 

 Avenue de la Montagne 2297

 Kinshasa/Ngaliema

Florent LONGER - Directeur technique

 

florent.longer@chanic.com

www.chanic.com

n/a

HANDLING EQUIPMENT

SMT

Kinshasa

+243820666964

 

 Avenue Miltant

4478 - Ndolo -

Kinshasa

Lancelot Neerman - Directeur commercial

 

ln@smt-rdc.com

www.industrial-rdc.com

 

n/a

HANDLING EQUIPMENT

TRACTAFRIC EQUIPEMENT

+243992557299

+243970003732

+243990031111

 

 

 Boulevard du 30 juin - Kinshasa - Gombe - R.D.Congo

 

n/a

contact.rdc@

tractafrictae.com

http://www.tractafric-

equipment.com

/Implantations/rdc/

 

n/a

ELECTRICITY & POWER

 

SNEL

+243177

+243188

2831 Avenue de la JusticeRéf. Rond Point Batetela Gombe - Kinshasa

n/a

cco@snel.cd

n/a

LABOR COMPANIES

CONGO RIVER

+243998951524/ +243992432773

BENI

NYOTA KAZADI

n/a

n/a

LABOR COMPANIES

SPS

+243991690498/ +243997283658

BENI

BIRITSEME KAHURANYI

n/a

n/a

LABOR COMPANIES

AMC

+243998659113

BUKAVU

MULUMBA MUKENGE

n/a

n/a

LABOR COMPANIES

AMOSH

+243853601510/

+243994920370

BUKAVU

ZIHALIRWA BUJIRIRI MARIUS

n/a

n/a

LABOR COMPANIES

OMACO

+243997743522

BUKAVU

BOSCO BARHAMWE M.

n/a

n/a

LABOR COMPANIES

AGECCOF

+243819311174

BUNIA

BANDESONGA FABRICE

ageccofsprl@yahoo.fr

n/a

LABOR COMPANIES

Ets DHEDDA MANDRO

BUNIA

DHEDDA MANDRO

n/a

n/a

LABOR COMPANIES

ETS NICOLAS

+243810932446

BUNIA

NICOLAS CLAEYS

okapilogistique@gmail.com

n/a

LABOR COMPANIES

HDW/Human Dignity in the World

+243998010717

BUNIA

JEAN LUC MUTOKAMBALI

peniel.ndeko@yahoo.fr

n/a

LABOR COMPANIES

KAFAKIS

+243998539101

BUNIA

KASUSULA FAITI KILICHO

kafakisgroup@yahoo.fr

n/a

LABOR COMPANIES

MUDOGO DIDI

+243811630480

BUNIA

MUDOGO DIDI

n/a

n/a

LABOR COMPANIES

ETS LA PETITE FLEUR

+243810418571

GEMENA

DESIRE ANYOKWA

n/a

n/a

LABOR COMPANIES

MAKASBL

+243810418004/

+243824163882

GEMENA

 

makasbl@yahoo.fr

n/a

LABOR COMPANIES

AMAPOC

+243997095579/

+243998688598

GOMA

MUSEMA MAKANGILA

n/a

n/a

LABOR COMPANIES

AGMACO

+243814080099/

+243821268431

KALEMIE

ALAIN MUTUZA

agemaco@yahoo.fr

n/a

LABOR COMPANIES

LUKUMBU

+243812810778/

+243813848559

KALEMIE

EGIDE ILUNGA MPYANA

lukumbu2012@yahoo.fr

n/a

LABOR COMPANIES

ETS SELEKA

+243813285117/

+243853911754

+243853938100

KINDU

KELUME SELEMANI

kalumeselemani@gmail.com

n/a

LABOR COMPANIES

DET

+243991680108/

+243858244413

+243822032960

KINSHASA

BOMPETSI BO

n/a

n/a

LABOR COMPANIES

SAIDIYA

+243895124594

KINSHASA

SIMON NLANDU

n/a

n/a

LABOR COMPANIES

VISION CONGO ONGD

+243997581539

KINSHASA

JUSTIN MAKANGARA C.

visioncongoongd

@gmail.com

n/a

LABOR COMPANIES

AGETRAF

+243995901861/

+243992909001

+243992909003/

+243992909000

LUBUMBASHI

ROGER KEMBUKUSWA

customerservice.kinshasa

@bollore.com,

barry.abdourahmane

@bollore.com

n/a

LABOR COMPANIES

AMICONGO

+243997045918/ +243853182590

LUBUMBASHI

ALPHONSE ZAMUNDU

amicongo_lubum@yahoo.fr, amicongobuk@hotmail.com

n/a

LABOR COMPANIES

APGAM

+24381462166/

+243994288629

+243994288929

LUBUMBASHI

KITENGE LODY

loddykit@yahoo.fr

n/a

LABOR COMPANIES

GFD

+243818154870

LUBUMBASHI

YUMBA LUMBALA

 

n/a

LABOR COMPANIES

JACOB

+243992163740

LUBUMBASHI

DIEUDONNE MUSODI

 

n/a

LABOR COMPANIES

VIPATU

+243993785931

LUBUMBASHI

MWAYILE TSHINYAMA FIDEL

fidel_mwayil@yahoo.fr

n/a

LABOR COMPANIES

FORCES UNIES

+243810088463/

+243858128095

MBANDAKA

DESIRE BOKUNGU B.

 

n/a

LABOR COMPANIES

ASEJEKOR

+2430995395090/

+243992404978

MBUJI MAYI

ANTHO KAMBALA

mbujimayisejekor@yahoo.fr

n/a

INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERS

MICROCOM SPRL

+243818800748 - +243818845480

 

 4, Avenue Mutombo

Katshi

Gombe Kinshasa

Léon NTALE TADI

 

microcom@micronet.cd

ntleon@micronet.cd

http://www.microcom.cd/

 

n/a

 

AFRINET

+243818119462

17ème étage, Immeuble GCM, Boulevard du

30 juin, Gombe - Kinshasa

 

Serge PARAS

info@afrinet.cd

dg@afrinet.cd

www.afrinet.cd

 

n/a

INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERS

GBS (GLOBAL Broadband Solution)

+243990909502

Avenue de la Science,

4630Kinshasa Gombe

Axel Beghin - Deputy General Manager

axl@gbs.cd

www.gbs.cd/index.php?

page=bureau-de-kinshasa

n/a

INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERS

ORIONCOM

+2430895159900

+2430895159901

 3116, 17e Rue, Route des Poids Lourds ,

 Limete/Kingabwa

 République

Démocratique du Congo

 

n/a

info@orion-rdc.com

www.orion-rdc.com

n/a

INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERS

ROCK TELECOM

GOMA

 

 

0990454499

INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERS

GLOBAL BROADBAND SOLUTION

3, Q/ des volcans, Boulevard Kanyamuhanga, Goma

RAMS RAMAZANI

jisac@corp.gbs.cd

0990909525 '0808808870

INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERS

SPRL CYBERNET

33, Avenue Bunagana, Quartier Katindo, goma

 

info@cybernet.cd

0999918734 '0817005111

INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERS

ISCOM

VILLE DE GOMA

 

 

0995877837

FOOD SUPPLIERS

Maize

 

 

 

 

FOOD SUPPLIERS

CDI-BWAMANDA

33 bis, av. Bobozo

Limete Kinshasa

 

Ngaleko Baranga

Robert Gillyns

n/a

n/a

FOOD SUPPLIERS

SOCAM

+243 81 269 57 78

+243 81 269 57 79

Av. de la Presse, 11

Immeuble Moanda

Gombe, Kinshasa

Georges Economou

n/a

n/a

FOOD SUPPLIERS

ETS B.M.

+243 85 156 04 41

17011 Av. Robert

Kumbu,

17e rue Kingabwa

Limete, Kinshasa

Jean-Emile Bakole

jebakole@hotmail.com

 

 

n/a

FOOD SUPPLIERS

YETRAC SPRL

243 99 926 68 68

+243 81 813 36 42

Immeuble Lengelo

16, Av. du Livre

Kinshasa

Eric Lengelo

Bienvenu Yengo

yetrackin@yahoo.fr

n/a

FOOD SUPPLIERS

VAPA-CONGO

+243852503523

Inga n°3 Gemena

Emmanuel

emmabolia@yahoo.fr  

n/a

FOOD SUPPLIERS

ETS DEBUZE

+243810581908

Av. Nganza n°23

Gbadolite

Debuze

codebuze@yahoo.fr     

n/a

FOOD SUPPLIERS

SAC SECURITE ALIMENTAIRE DES CATARACTES

11-12 Av. Kwango

Gombe / Kinshasa

Bas Congo

Urbain Lusongamo

info@sac-rdc.org

titilusongamo@gmail.com

n/a

FOOD SUPPLIERS

GROUPE MICHAEL

+243819917597

Av. Kasa-Vubu n°86 C/Bandal

Nyembo Lambert

groupemichael@yahoo.fr 

n/a

FOOD SUPPLIERS

ETS JUST & MEL

+243813746418

+243995002140

Av. Kingabwa n°1050 Kingabwa/Limete

ASSASSE Mélanie

justmelproduct@yahoo.fr, lutha_koimo@yahoo.fr

n/a

FOOD SUPPLIERS

ETS L’ENVOL (MINOTERIES AFRICAINES)

+243818840651

+243999942446

Av. Mbandaka n°4 Kingabwa/Limete

Luemba tadi

 

n/a

FOOD SUPPLIERS

ESPÉRANCE SPRL

+243815021599

+2439999680717

Croisement Av.

Lumpungu & Wagenya C/Gombe

Gode Kanku

godekanku@yahoo.fr 

n/a

FOOD SUPPLIERS

DALIS ESPÉRANCE

+243999986606

8bis Av. Kalaki

Limete/KIN

Damas Lissala

dalisesperance1@yahoo.fr 

n/a

FOOD SUPPLIERS

SWANEPOEL - Ferme Mura

+243814036961

+243816867222

Av. des Abattoirs,

N° 42 Likasi

Mr Erhard Swanepoel

Franz Swanepoel

Luc Swanepoel

lucswa@gmail.com

n/a

FOOD SUPPLIERS

MINOTERIE DE LIKASI

+243 99 704 18 05

+243 81 409 60 40

+243 81 409 02 14

Av. des Abattoirs,

N° 13 Likasi

Kifita Loano

kifitakazadi@yahoo.fr,

kifita@gmail.com

n/a

FOOD SUPPLIERS

Minoteries Gécamines

+243 99 704 65 75

+243 99 863 05 55

Boulevard Kamanyola

n°409

Lubumbashi

M. Thierry Kikontwe

 

M. Ntambwe

gecamines.adg@starnet.cd , thierrykkk@yahoo.fr

n/a

FOOD SUPPLIERS

GDK (Les Grands Domaines du Katanga)

+243997635145

17, Av. Munguzi, Q/Industriel,

C/Kampemba

Lubumbashi

M. Thomas Leconte

Thomas.lecomte@gmail.com

n/a

FOOD SUPPLIERS

TERRA Sprl

+243 81 07 85 676

+243 81 07 85 676

59, Av Colonel

Muzimba

Route Président

C/Lubumbashi

Lubumbashi

M. Rahim

info@terraafrique.com

deepak.raulkar@

terraafrique.com

rdhirenr@gmail.com

n/a

FOOD SUPPLIERS

Groupe Mukalay

+243 99 70 15 699

+243 99 70 27 151

+243 99 71 35 408

18B Av. Assossa C/Kampemba

Lubumbashi

Mukalay

groupemukalay@hotmail.fr

n/a

FOOD SUPPLIERS

Beans

 

 

 

 

FOOD SUPPLIERS

ETS BON MARCHE

Goma

 

 

n/a

FOOD SUPPLIERS

ETS MUSANGANYA

+243998625012

+243998625950

Avenue Maniema

No. 163

Commune de Goma

Quartier HIMBI I

Mr MUSANGANYA

LUBONGERA

mlantoine014@yahoo.fr

n/a

FOOD SUPPLIERS

ETS STOCKENVRAC

+243998666515

+243808513535

Av. Bukavu No. 2

Goma / RDC

Mr Paul KYOMBA

 

stockenvrac@yahoo.fr

n/a

FOOD SUPPLIERS

SOCIETE DATCO

+243 (0)997 676 001

+243 (0)997 73 33 90

+243 (0)997 676 000

Avenue P.E. /

Lumumba No. 74

Commune d'Ibanda

Bukavu / RDC

KETAN DATTANI

ketan@kivu-online.com

vinod@kivu-online.com

n/a

FOOD SUPPLIERS

ETS AKIPHAR GOMA

+243810871252

+250808526985

Avenue Mont Goma, No. 144

Quartier des Volcans

Commune de Goma

ELIE AKILIMALI SHAMAVU

 

etablissements_akiphar

@yahoo.fr

 

n/a

FOOD SUPPLIERS

ETS FURAHA

+243 (0)81 3127795

+243 (0)81 6135770

+243 (0)81 6399111

Rue Keshero 22

Commune de Goma

Nord - Kivu / RDC

EGIDIA FURAHA

M. Remi

mipasbodyflexgym@

yahoo.fr

etsfuraha@yahoo.fr

n/a

FOOD SUPPLIERS

ASSOCIATION SYDIP

+243998383988

+243810394744

+243994146701

Avenue Walikale No. 25

Commune MUSUSA

BUTEMBO / RDC

Mr. MBULULA KAMBALE

 

sydiprdcongo@yahoo.fr

n/a

FOOD SUPPLIERS

Société OLIVE Sprl

+243 810564856

+243 813499957

29, Av. Industrielle

BP 2434 Bukavu

Mudekereza Namegabe

 

groupeolive@yahoo.fr

n/a

FOOD SUPPLIERS

Sugar

 

 

 

 

FOOD SUPPLIERS

COMPAGNIE SUCRIERE DE KWILU NGONGO SARL

+243818944922 / +243818946380 / +243812439265

- Kwilu Ngongo, Mbanza Ngungu

- 728, Av. Tombalbaye, Gombe, Kinshasa

Eric Van EECKOUT, Gilbert  MOSALA

kwiluappro@gb-solution.cd

n/a

n/a

FOOD SUPPLIERS

SUCRIERE DE KILIBA

+243853163512 / +243997764493

Kiliba

Etienne Kasama Kafita

n/a

n/a

FOOD SUPPLIERS

Oil

 

 

 

 

FOOD SUPPLIERS

MARSAVCO SARL

Tél : +243818971666 - +243819907793

 

1, Av. Kalemie, Gombe - Kinshasa

 

M. Rajesh NAMBIAR, M. Dominique CARVALHO

info@marsavco.com

thenambiar@marsavco.com

www.marsavco.com

 

n/a

FOOD SUPPLIERS

NOVA PRODUCT SPRL

Tél : +243999971506 - +243999955207

08, Av. Mbaku,

Q/Kingabwa, Limete - Kinshasa

 

M. KANAAN KRISHNAMURTHY

novaproducts@micronet.cd

 

n/a

FOOD SUPPLIERS

RTE: Ready to Eat Meals

 

 

 

 

FOOD SUPPLIERS

HASSON & FRERES SPRL

Tél. : +243999943613 - +243999935361 - +243816635361

11, Av. Basoko, Gombe - Kinshasa

 

M. Robby ISRAEL, M. Azad LALJI

hasson@hasson.cd

 

n/a

FOOD SUPPLIERS

PELOUSTORE

Boulevard du 30 juin, Gombe - Kinshasa.

 

M. Toussaint NDOMBASI

 

tndombasi@hotmail.com

 

n/a

FOOD SUPPLIERS

KIN - MART

Tél. : (+243)810100100

 

 Contact : ADG - Tél. : +243819990999

Coin Boulevard

du 30 juin et avenue de la Presse,

à côté de Rawbank(Ex Ma maison).

n/a

imad@kinmart.cd

n/a

FOOD SUPPLIERS

GGmart

Tel. : +2438181820851

Avenue Tombalbaye 1

 (ex bâtiment Kin Mazière) Kinshasa Gombe

 

 

n/a

ggmartnet@gmail.com

ggmartdrc@gmail.com

n/a

OTHER THAN FOOD SUPPLIERS

Generators

 

 

 

 

OTHER THAN FOOD SUPPLIERS

CFAO MOTORS

+243818844782

17 avenue de Poids Lourds

 

 

cfaomotorsrdc@cfao.com

n/a

OTHER THAN FOOD SUPPLIERS

TRACTATIC CONGO

+243999921238

/+243 818132622

Rond point Socimat, Kinshasa –Gombe

 

 

jlcolin@tractafric.cd

n/a

OTHER THAN FOOD SUPPLIERS

PRODIMPEX SARL

+243999947847 / +2438514636580 / +243851406657

Croisement avenue

du Marché et Bas-Congo 3419 - Gombe

 

n/a

n/a

OTHER THAN FOOD SUPPLIERS

Portable Accommodation, Tents & Tarpaulins

 

 

 

 

OTHER THAN FOOD SUPPLIERS

Fuel: Jet A-1, Diesel, Petrol & Oil Supplies

 

 

 

 

OTHER THAN FOOD SUPPLIERS

ELF OIL RDC

+243818840268

374 Avenue de l’Equateur, Kinshasa / Gombe

 

n/a

n/a

OTHER THAN FOOD SUPPLIERS

TOTAL (FINA)

 +243818921374

652 Avenue Colonel Ebeya, Kinshasa/Gombe

 

n/a

n/a

OTHER THAN FOOD SUPPLIERS

Maison DANIEL

0998690410 / 0997683335

Avenue Kakungwe Uvira

 

 

Foods and Non-food items

OTHER THAN FOOD SUPPLIERS

Ets KAMU

0997143819 / 0852114980

Avenue EP Lumumba , Uvira

 

 

Foods and Non-food items

OTHER THAN FOOD SUPPLIERS

ACPS

0893792955

Avenue Kasenga Uvira

 

 

Foods and Non-food items

OTHER THAN FOOD SUPPLIERS

Ets LIPADI

0994266466 / 0813969110

Avenue Saio, Bukavu

 

 

Foods and Non-food items

OTHER THAN FOOD SUPPLIERS

Ets AVMS

0997775667 / 082168496

Av du 20 Mai, Goma

 

 

Foods and Non-food items

OTHER THAN FOOD SUPPLIERS

Maison MUNGU OBIGABA

0993037190 / 0859325216

 

Avenue Nyawera, Bukavu

 

 

Foods and Non-food items

OTHER THAN FOOD SUPPLIERS

Maison AKONKWA LULEMA

0997729751 / 0997762996

Avenue Patrice Emery Lumumba, Bukavu

 

 

 

OTHER THAN FOOD SUPPLIERS

Maison Dieu Merci

0992090700 / 0818775629

Avenue Patrice Emery Lumumba N° 32, Bukavu

 

 

 

OTHER THAN FOOD SUPPLIERS

Société INNOV CONGO

0994690508 /

Avnue de la Poste

 

 

 

OTHER THAN FOOD SUPPLIERS

Ets VOISIN (UZIMA MATESO)

0997796861

Avenue Kibombo

 

 

 

 

MAISON ART LA VICTOIRE                    (NTABALA NDEKO MOISE)

0823448370

Kalemie

 

 

 

OTHER THAN FOOD SUPPLIERS

ENGEN

+243 818135569

14/16 Avenue du Port, Kinshasa/Gombe

 

n/a

n/a

OTHER THAN FOOD SUPPLIERS

Computers

 

 

   

OTHER THAN FOOD SUPPLIERS

RADIOCOM

+243997192777

+24399906555

Avenue Luambo Makiadi

 68/69 Botour Bulding,

Knshasa – Gombe

 

n/a

info@radiocomdrc.com

www.radiocom.com

 

n/a

OTHER THAN FOOD SUPPLIERS

RED PRICE COMPUTER

+24381781000

+243819750000

Boulevard du 30 juin 22B Kinshasa

Avenue du Port 9 - Kinshasa – Gombe

 

n/a

contact@redprice.cd

 

n/a

OTHER THAN FOOD SUPPLIERS

ETS JUMBO LUX

+243810999997 / +243999118220

Avenue TOMBALBAYE no 5390 Kinshasa – Gombe

 

n/a

jumbolux@hotmail.com

 

n/a

ACCOMODATION

KARAVIA

 +243815583058

Katanga, Lubumbashi

Route du golf, Réf. Etat-major Sixième Région Militaire

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

Guest house Orchid vip

Quartier de la paix

Aimedo

 

 

ACCOMODATION

HOTEL BEACH MUSALALA

Q/ De la paix, Av Industrielle No 4, Route Aeroport Kalemie

Isengoma Kipimo Emmanuel

musalalahotelbeach@yahoo.fr

 

ACCOMODATION

GUEST HOUSE LA VOGUE

Q/ DAV, 403 Av Kalemie

Bawili Masimango Stephane

stephanebawili@yahoo.fr

 

ACCOMODATION

GUEST LA ROSE

 

+243997099940

+243813604444

Katanga, Lubumbashi

1060, av. De la Révolution

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

GUEST KANGO 1

 

+243997111853

Katanga, Lubumbashi

Angle Kilelebalanda-De la Révolution

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

GUEST KANGO 2

 

+243814000011

 +243997030887

Katanga, Lubumbashi

Angle Kabalo-Sandowa

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

NAZEM MOTEL

 +2430819882222

Katanga, Lubumbashi

6, av. Lumumba

n/a

www.grandhotelkinshasa.net

n/a

ACCOMODATION

BELLE VUE

+243990874070

+243815056409

 

Katanga, Lubumbashi

62, av. Kasaï coin Mwepu

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

BEAU  SITE

 

+243810510292

+243810510293

Katanga, Lubumbashi

500, av. Lomami

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

COSMOPOLITE

+243990524307

+243997045425

Katanga, Lubumbashi

520, AV; Lomami

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

RESIDENCE KARIBU

+243823747473

 

Maniéma, Kindu

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

JAY HOTEL

+243818159881

+243853913031

Maniéma, Kindu              

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

MOTEL 117

+243990338026

Maniéma, Kindu             

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

GH BB LULINDI  

+243813788141

+243840665558

Maniéma, Kindu  

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

MONUSCO KINDU GUEST HOUSE

 

Maniéma, Kindu  

 

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

FLAT LEDYA HOTEL

 

Bas Congo, Matadi

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

FORMOZA Hotel

 

Bas Congo, Matadi

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

AMIS – FIDELES Hotel

 

Bas Congo, Matadi

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

VIVI PALACE Hotel

 

Bas Congo, Matadi

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

CHEZ TONTON Hotel

 

Bas Congo, Matadi

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

TIVODI Auberge

 

Bas Congo, Matadi

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

PRIMINA AUBERGE

 

Bas Congo, Matadi

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

MAURICE LANDA AUBERGE

 

Bas Congo, Matadi

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

LUTHELO HOTEL

 

Bas Congo, Matadi

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

PACIFIC HOTEL

 

Bas Congo, Matadi

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

MAYA HOTEL

 

Bas Congo, Matadi

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

MBIZA HOTEL

 

+243853707261

+243994406087

+243991247424

North Kivu, Goma

121, av. du Marche, Q. Office, Goma

 

n/a

mbizahotel@yahoo.fr

www.mbizahotel.com

 

n/a

ACCOMODATION

IHUSI HOTEL

 

+243813532300

+243813129560

+243993373396

North Kivu, Goma

16, Boulevard Kanyamuhanga, Q. les volcans, Goma

 

n/a

ihusihotel@yahoo.fr

www.ihusi-hotel.net

 

n/a

ACCOMODATION

CAP KIVU HOTEL

 

+243813372266

+243997765676

North Kivu, Goma

119, av la Frontière, Q. Himbi, Goma

 

n/a

capkivu@yahoo.fr

www.capkivu.com

 

n/a

ACCOMODATION

HOTEL ISHANGO

 

+243998688626

+243853110007

North Kivu, Goma

87, av.la Frontière, Q. Himbi, Goma

 

n/a

kasemusa@yahoo.fr

 

n/a

ACCOMODATION

LAC KIVU LODGE

 

+243971839028

+243811510760

 

 

North Kivu, Goma

Quartier Himbi, Goma

 

n/a

Lac-kivu-lodge@congo-lodge.com

 

n/a

ACCOMODATION

LINDA HOTEL

 

+243995487783

+243997733635

North Kivu, Goma

17, av la Corniche, Q. les volcans, Goma

 

n/a

lindahotel@yahoo.fr

n/a

ACCOMODATION

PLANET HOTEL

 

+243997700271

+243999869903

North Kivu, Goma

18, Boulevard Kanyamuhanga, Q. les volcans, Goma

 

n/a

Planethotelg18@yahoo.fr

 

n/a

ACCOMODATION

LA JOIE PLAZA HOTEL

+243995527865 

North Kivu, Goma

7, av. Bunagana,Q. Himbi, Goma

 

n/a

lajoieplazzahotel

@gmail.com

www.hotellajoieplazza.com

 

n/a

ACCOMODATION

VIP PALACE HOTEL

 

+243813133936

+243997736797

North Kivu, Goma

Av, la corniche, Q. les volcans, Goma

 

n/a

gomaviphotel@yahoo.fr

 

n/a

ACCOMODATION

HOTEL CHRISTINA

 +243990487095

Bandundu

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

HOTEL BENEDICTION

 +243854533753

Bandundu

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

HOTEL VANDOME

 

+243824176084/

+243898279845

Bandundu

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

AUBERGE EBENGO

 +243852763326

Bandundu

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

GRAND HOTEL

Avenue Batetela

Kinshasa Gombe - RDC

 Tel: +243815553000/01/05

 

 

grandhotelkinshasa@gh.cd

www.grandhotelkinshasa.net

 

n/a

ACCOMODATION

HOTEL MEMLING

+243817001111

 +243997002000

5D Av de la République du Tchad

Kinshasa Gombe - RDC

 

n/a

info@memling.net

www.memling.net

 

n/a

ACCOMODATION

HOTEL DU FLEUVE

+243 817111 84

+243 825000300

119 Av Colonel Tshatshi

Kinshasa Gombe - RDC

 

n/a

info@fleuvecongohotel.net

www.fleuvecongohotel.net

 

n/a

ACCOMODATION

SULTANI HOTEL

+243818853318

+243897000113/42

30 Av de la Justice

Kinshasa Gombe - RDC

 

n/a

info@sultanihotel.com

www.sultanihotel.com

n/a

ACCOMODATION

HOTEL LA DIFFERENCE PLUS

+243 82 113 30 00

+243 99 717 78 33

7749, Av Kabasele (Ex Flambeau)

Kinshasa Gombe - RDC

 

n/a

hotel@ladifferenceplus.cd

www.ladifferenceplus.cd

 

n/a

ACCOMODATION

FADEN HOUSE

+243 99 827 20 57

+243 81 241 67 89

117 Av Colonel Tshatshi

Kinshasa Gombe - RDC

 

n/a

reservation@fadenhouse.cd

www.fadenhouse.cd

n/a

ACCOMODATION

VENUS HOTEL

+24389700073

+243897000706

306 Av de la Gombe

Kinshasa Gombe - RDC

 

n/a

reception@venushotel.cd

 

n/a

ACCOMODATION

RESIDENCE MARIKA

+243816513070

+243 99 862 99 42

46B Av du livre

Kinshasa Gombe - RDC

 

n/a

info@residencemarika.cd

 

n/a

ACCOMODATION

LES VOYAGEURS

ELAïS

+243 817005070

 +243999939697

Avenue Ngongo Lutete

Kinshasa Gombe - RDC

 

n/a

reception@voyageurhotel.com

http://voyageurhotel.com

 

n/a

ACCOMODATION

HOTEL CHEZ BELLE VIE I

+243999050000

+243815443636

70, Bd du 30 juin

Kinshasa Gombe - RDC

 

n/a

hcbvboulevard@gmail.com

www.hotelchezbellevie.com

n/a

ACCOMODATION

HOTEL CHEZ BELLE VIE II

+243 99 905 00 00

+243 81 544 36 36

5 Av du Colonel Ebeya

Kinshasa Gombe - RDC

 

n/a

hcbvcolonelebeya@gmail.com

www.hotelchezbellevie.com

 

n/a

ACCOMODATION

FLATS LUNTU HOTEL

EX LUTUS

(Face Shoprite)

+243 99 905 00 00

+243 81 544 36 36

Avenue de l’OUA

Kinshasa Gombe - RDC

 

n/a

hotelluntus@yahoo.fr

www.hottelluntu.cd

n/a

ACCOMODATION

JAAL CENTER HOTEL

+243 99 994 92 00

+243 99 842 44 88

7226 Av du depot

Kinshasa Gombe - RDC

 

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

SUNNY DAY GUEST HOUSE

+243815018651

28/30 Av Comite Urbain

Kinshasa Gombe - RDC

 

n/a

alaints@yahoo.it

 

n/a

ACCOMODATION

ORCHID

+243813126467

South Kivu, Bukavu, Av Kahuzi Biega, Muhumba

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

COCO L

+243993855752

South Kivu, Bukavu, N°23, Av Kabare Muhumba

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

PLAMEDI

+243997672121

South Kivu, Bukavu, N°10  Av Claire, Muhumba

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

HORIZON

+243994406270

South Kivu, Bukavu, N°4 Av Goma Muhumba

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

MONUSCO Guest House

 

Kasaï Occidental, Kananga

Avenue Dibanda

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

HOTEL MED

 

Kasaï Occidental, Kananga,

Avenue Likasi

 

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

WOOD LAND GUEST HOUSE

,

Kasaï Occidental, Kananga

Avenue Colonnel Tshitshi

 

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

MONDE ARABE

 

Kasaï Occidental, Kananga,

Avenue Muhona

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

EKAF HOTEL

 

Kasaï Occidental, Kananga, Avenue Gecamine

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

FINE FLEUR

 

Kasaï Occidental, Kananga, Avenue Walikale

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

MONUSCO MBANDAKA GUEST HOUSE.

 

Equateur, Mbandaka

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

HOTEL BENGHAZI.

 

Equateur, Mbandaka

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

HOTEL AFRIQUE.

 

Equateur, Mbandaka

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

CATHOLIC SISTERS MONASTERY.

 

Equateur, Mbandaka

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

NINA RIVER HOTEL

 

Equateur, Mbandaka

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

GOVERNORS CITY.

 

Equateur, Mbandaka

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

NEW COSMOS

+243997554404

Province Orientale, Bunia

Av. du Marché, Q. Ngezi

 

n/a

tangooscare@yahoo.fr

 

n/a

ACCOMODATION

PARADISE

+243997386977

Province Orientale, Bunia

Av. Kasavubu, Q. Lumumba in Rue UNICEF

 

n/a

godefroidmm@yahoo.fr

 

n/a

ACCOMODATION

KARIBUNI

+243992316572

Province Orientale, Bunia

Av. Kasavubu # 70, Q. Lumumba in Rue UNICEF, behind OCC

 

n/a

hkb.karibuni@gmail.com

 

n/a

ACCOMODATION

MUSCO

+243970331155

Province Orientale, Bunia

Av. Kasavubu, Q. Lumumba

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

MORGAN

Av. Ituri

Province Orientale, Bunia

 

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

ITURI

+243818121122

Province Orientale, Bunia

Bld de Liberation. Q. Lumumba

 

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

BUNIA

 

Province Orientale, Bunia

Av. Ituri

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

MODERNE

 

Province Orientale, Bunia

Airport road

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

DILENGA HOTEL

 

+243816852545

Kasaï Oriental, Mbuji Mayi

 

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

EQUINOX

 

+24398307203

 +24397312257

Kasaï Oriental, Mbuji Mayi

 

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

CHEZ MWELA (WHITE HOUSE)

+24381606348

Kasaï Oriental, Mbuji Mayi

 

 

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

HOTEL KEBASE

HOTEL KABE

HOTEL KADJE

 

Kasaï Oriental, Mbuji Mayi

 

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

GUEST HOUSE  MONUSCO HQ

 

Kasaï Oriental, Mbuji Mayi

 

n/a

n/a

n/a

ACCOMODATION

PARK

 +243997032330

Katanga, Lubumbashi

Angle des avenues Kasaï et Boulevard Mobutu

n/a

n/a

n/a

Hardware store

Quincaillerie la Collaboration

Rue Mvano-Birere, Quartier Mikeno, Goma

BATUMIKE_BAKULA

thechrysbat9@gmail.com

+243997097915

Hardware store

MINI Q AKONKWA GOMA

Goma

Deo Manegabe

q.akonkwa@gmail.com

0997764567 '0853704406

Hardware store

QUINCAILLERIE MIBARAKA

Goma

NICOLAS KANYAMA

 

0853112362

Hardware store

QUINC. LA CLOCHE

 

 

 

0990221454 '0853700407

Hardware store

QUINCAILLERIE LA GRACE DIVINE

 

 

 

0994405879

Hardware store

QUINCAILLERIE FUTURE GENERATION

Av du marché, Qu Mikeno, Goma

 

 

0997781527 '0853120220

Hardware store

QUINCAILLERIE LA GRANDEUR DE JEHOVAH

MARCHE KIBABI, goma

 

 

0994050716

Hardware store

ETS LA BONTE DU SEIGNEUR

 

 

 

0895261977; 0970722855

Hardware store

Société Rime RTA

Goma

 

 

+243994053574

Hardware store

SPRL KIVU STARTS

20 Avenue Kibabi, Goma

 

 

+243997724429 '+243812067878

Hardware store

Etablissement Linda

avenue du 20 Mai, Qu Volcans, Goma

KAMARA KIRIZA

quincaillerielinda2005@yahoo.fr

+243997796194

Hardware store

Quincaillerie la Réponse

Avenue du commerce, Quartier volcans

 

lwaboshij@yahoo.fr

+243998610702 '+243998756492

Hardware store

Quincaillerie WOKOVU NI MALI

avenue des volcans

 

 

+2439940848864

Hardware store

Ets La Manne Blanche du Ciel

Avenue touristes, Quartier Mikeno

 

 

+243997125970

Hardware store

Quincaillerie FOMA

Quartier Kibabi

 

 

0997125970

Hardware store

Quincaillerie la Joie

Av du marché, Qu Volcans

 

kakesalajoie@yahoo.fr

0993329510 '0994042882

Hardware store

Maison Grace à la Gloire

Av du Marché, Goma

 

gracealagloire@yahoo.fr

0853126888 '0997763229

Hardware store

Ets MUNGU KWA WOTE

42, Avenue du 20 Mai, Quartier Mikeno, Goma

 

 

0998824915

Hardware store

Ets KAVUMU CITY

Goma

 

kavumucitydrc@yahoo

0991364593

Hardware store

MAISON PALOS

Goma Birere

 

palos460@yahoo.fr

0998625069

Hardware store

MAISON NOAH

Avenue du commerce, Quartier volcans

 

 

0818309793

Hardware store

UNAG AFRICA SARL

50, Avenue des Acacias, Goma

 

care@unagafrica.c

0994933725

Hardware store

QUINCAILLERIE PIERRE PRECIEUSE

Avenue Presidentielle, Quartier himbi, Goma

 

 

0990372818

Hardware store

QUINCAILLERIE TUMAINI

Avenue Bishweka Vanny, Goma

 

 

0977261115

Hardware store

ETS BIKA LA MENAGERE

Avenue Presidentielle, Quartier himbi, Goma

JANVIER BIKANABA

janvbika@gmail.com

0810900989 '0998680556

Hardware store

QUINCAILLERIE PARACLE SOLAR

Avenue Bishweka Vanny, Goma

 

paracle@gmail.com

0822234911

Hardware store

ETS BON MARCHE

Quartier Himbi, goma

 

akilimuhabura2003@gmail.com

+243972473373

Mecanics

KIVU MOTORS

 Avenue de la Paix, Goma,

Pascal Otjacques

kivumotor@yahoo.fr

+243 997 421 927

Mecanics

GOSHOP

225 Avenue de la Paix

 

goma@goshop.cd

+243999249007

Mecanics

ETS LE CHALLENGER

71, Blv. Karisimbi Goma - RDC

 

 

0997766870; 0853182349

Mecanics

Ets LA BENEDICTION

 

 

 

0994008025 '0853104966

Mecanics

Inter Motors Auto parts

 

 

 

0999482859 '0853339417

Mecanics

NEW FAULU SHOP AUTO SPARE PARTS

Avenue du Commerce, Goma

 

 

0998679072

Mecanics

AUTORECHANGE SOFIRO

Goma, Boulevard Karisimbi

 

auto.rechangegoma@gmail.com

0811403513

Mecanics

PRODIMPEX YAMAHA

Avenue Beni, Quartier des Volcans, Goma

SHARMA ARVIND KUMAR

pixgoma@prodimpex.com

0858901171 '0817115979

Mecanics

SUPER TECHNO

Quartier Murara, Avenue Ndurumo,  Goma

 

 

0998610865

Mecanics

GARAGE TOYOTA CHEZ WILLY

Goma Q. Birere

 

 

0894343437

Mecanics

SINGRAL AUTO

 

Bienfait LUNDA

sales.goma@singralauto.com

0997788524

Agriculture

AGROS BUSINESS

GOMA STATION SIPET KATINDO DROIT C/KARISIMBI

USHINDI FURAHA TULINABINTU

agrobusinssrdc@gmail.com

0997790573 '0997025156

Pharmacy

Pharmacie vétérinaire OSCO / AGRO VET SERVICES

Quartier Volcans, Avenue du Port, Goma

 

 

0853168595

Pharmacy

Pharmacie CONSEILS VET LA BENEDICTION

Quartier Kyeshero

 

 

0997132725

Pharmacy

Ets EAU BENITE - SUPER PABLO

Boulevard des Banques, Qu des Volcans, Goma

PALUKU BIBALYA

eaubenite@gmail.com

0998625405 '0994486762

Pharmacy

EST AKIPHAR

 05, AV GOMA, ROUTE SAKE, Goma

ELIE AKILIMALI

akiphar@gmail.com

0992090700

Public Service

INSS

Avenue Lumumba, Kalemie

 

 

 

Public Service

DGI

Avenue Lumumba, Kalemie

JC Yuma

 

0812924120

Public Service

INPP

Colline d’Etat, Kalemie

Jean Marie Ilun

 

0997017254

Public Service

ONEM

18, AV LUVUNGI C/KAMPEMBA, Lubumbashi

Gerard Kasongo

 

0999100371

Public Service

Inspection General de Travail

Boulevard du 30 juin, Kinshasa

 

 

 

General trading

Ets REVEILLEZ-VOUS

Av Lumumba, Kalemie

 

 

0821087627

0821104537

General trading

Ets LA REFERENCE

Place Kisebwe,  Rte Aeroport non loin de Caritas Kalemie

 

 

814626065

General trading

BOUTIQUE LA MERVEILLE

80, Av. Lumumba, Ville Kalemie

 

 

0813231118

Real estate

Ntuali

69, quartier Kituku

Ntuali

 

0814850603

Real estate

Kabila

70, Avenue Kituku

Brigitte Kabila

 

0814002819

Real estate

Ets AMANI ETCHA JEROME

Av Industrielle, Q/ De la Paix

Amani Etcha Jerôme

 

0814626553

Office furnitures

Mont Carmel

46, Avenue Lumumba

Gyslain Mbombo

 

0997176457

Rental workshop

FILTISAF

 

Kakudji Kabwe

 

0812409191

 

General services

ETS DIEU SEUL SAIT

Aru, Q. Route ABA, Av du Marché, Ituri

814204589

EDJIDRA EJIKU

edjidraritik@yahoo.fr

Transport, Logistique, construction, Pièces détachées, fourniture de bureau, hotéllerie etc

General services

ETS DIEU BENIT

Ariwara, Av du Dépôt, Prov d’Ituri

08101012267

GIRESS AGENONGA

giressagenonga11@gmail.com

Transport, Matériels de construction, Pièces détachées, fourniture de bureau, sous traitance etc

General services

ETS CARITAS SHOP

Aru, Q. Route ABA, Av du Marché, Prov d’Ituri

08200000033

MADHIRA WAWA

madhirawawa15@gmail.com

Commerce général, Transport, Matériaux construction, Unités et services céllulaires, Pièces détachée ,

General services

ETS GRACE A DIEU

Aru, Q. Route ABA, Av du Marché, Prov d’Ituri

0820080005

WILLY DADALANGA

RAS

Commerce général, Matériaux construction,  divers de quincaillérie

General services

ETS REHEMA YA MUNGU

Ariwara, Av du Dépôt, prov d’Ituri

0814216101

NGAKA AVOA

dieudone_2007@yahoo.fr

Tarnsport, Matrériaux de construction, exploitation forestière, Commerces géneral

General services

ETS KKT

Aru, Q. Route ABA, Av route Aba, Prov d’Ituri

0999960560

ETS KKT

N/A

Transport

General services

ETS AYIKI LOMO

INGBOKOLO,  CentreVille, Av. AU, N°:29, Pro d’Ituri

0819771654

AYIKI LOMO JEAN

aylialomo@gmail.com

Transport

General services

ETS JONHSON &                    FRERE

Aru, Boulevard du 30 Juin, Prov d’Ituri

0819641774

KASEREKA YESELA

yeselakas@gmail.com

Transport, Matériaux de construction, commerce général, agence à Doouane, sous traitance

General services

OKAPI LOGISTIQUE

Bunia, Q. Lumuba, Av. ChemChem, Bunia, Prov d’Ituri

0810932446

NICOLAS CLAEYS

okapilogistique@gmail.com

Transport national et International, logistique et garage

General services

ETS TEMOIGNAGE DE DIEU

Aba, Q. SAMBRII

 

ALIA DHATA

 

Transport

General services

ETS ZAMBA ZAMBA

Aba, Q. Mission, Ituri

 

MABE ALIA

mabealia@hotmail.com

Transpot, entréposage, et exploitation de bois

General services

ETS GRANDEUR DE L'ETERNEL

Aba, Q. Cité, Av du Banande, Ituri

0820329572

JOEL DHATA

dhatjoe@yahoo/fr

Transport

Office equipment

DEKA PRINTERS          

Avenue du Stade, Uvira, Sud Kivu             0998892169

BAHATI KARHAGOMBA

 

 

General services

ETS PETIT A PETIT

Aba, Centre Mery, Ituri

 

AMOS YEKA

N/A

Transport, Matériaux de construction, garage, Menusière, Briquetteri

Office equipment

ETS CHRIST-ROI        

49 Avenue du Congo          Kongolo / Tanganyika 0810195647

BUTOTO KAMIDJO KITO

 

 

General services

ACCOSEMI

Q. Rumu, Rumu, N°08

811439564

BOB DHENAYA

accosemi2010@yahoo.fr

Matériaux de construction, exploitation forestière,

Office equipment

OFFICE PRODUCT SUPPLIER OPC

280 Avenue Plateau, Kinshasa 

0817066496

 

 

 

Office equipment

UAC SARL                                                    

56 Avenue Col Ebeya, Kinshasa         0851315777

VIGNESH R

 

 

Office equipment

NEEMA YA MUNGU  

Manono centre, Manono, Tanganyika       0825043008

MULONGO MUKUBU PETRONIE

 

 

Office equipment

ETABLISSEMENT DENELI                               

Manono centre, Manono, Tanganyika      0829726673

NGOY KIDULA DENELI

 

 

Office equipment

ETABLISSEMENT VANEUR                                    

Manono centre, Manono, Tanganyika       0823705105

NGOY KISULA VANEUR

 

 

Information Technology & Office equipment

MAISON LA SOLDERIE             

38 Avenue du Haut Congo, Kinshasa                     0817352887

SUKA SUKA JEAN  

 

 

Information Technology & Office equipment

IWORLD

7 Avenue Port, Kinshasa                            0812821143

RAHIM SAMNANI

 

 

Office equipment

LISARNE ARNODAVI    

70 Bongandanga, Kinshasa                             0816567577

NZANZU ARNOLD DAVID

 

 

Information Technology & Office equipment

MAGASIN ZENOULL  

03 Avenue du Marché, Kinshasa         0890012042

SHABBIR ALI HEMANI

 

 

Information Technology

IT COM                                                          

280 Avenue Plateau, Kinshasa       0811718786

RAHIR ALECHIYA

 

 

Information Technology & Office equipment

UAC SARL                                                     

56 Avenue Col Ebeya, Kinshasa          0851315777