Malawi

Malawi

Country Name

Malawi

Official Country Name

Republic of Malawi

Assessment Details

From  

01/09/2021 

To 

31/08/2023 

Name of Assessor 

Mbachi Munthali 

Title and Position 

EPR Officer 

Contact 

mbachi.munthali@wfp.org 

Table of Contents

Chapter Assessor Organization Date Updated

1 Malawi Country Profile

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1.1 Malawi Humanitarian Background

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1.2 Malawi Regulatory Departments

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1.3 Malawi Customs Information


 

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2 Malawi Logistics Infrastructure

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2.1 Malawi Port Assessment

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2.2 Malawi Aviation

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2.2.1 Malawi Lilongwe Kamuzu International Airport

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2.2.2 Malawi Blantyre Chileka International Airport

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2.2.3 Malawi Karonga National Airport

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2.2.4 Malawi Mzuzu National Airport

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2.2.5 Malawi Kasungu National Airport

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2.2.6 Malawi Likoma Island National Airport

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2.3 Malawi Road Network

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2.3.1 Malawi Songwe Land Border Crossing

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2.3.2 Malawi Mchinji Land Border Crossing Mbachi Munthali  WFP August 2023

2.3.3 Malawi Dedza Land Border Crossing

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2.4 Malawi Railway Assessment

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2.5 Malawi Waterways Assessment

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2.6 Malawi Storage Assessment

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2.7 Malawi Milling Assessment

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3 Malawi Services and Supply

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3.1 Malawi Fuel

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3.2 Malawi Transporters

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3.3 Malawi Manual Labour

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3.4 Malawi Telecommunications

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3.5 Malawi Food and Additional Suppliers

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3.5.1 Malawi Food Suppliers Mbachi Munthali  WFP September 2022
3.6 Malawi Additional Services

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3.7 Malawi Waste Management Infrastructure Assessment Mbachi Munthali  WFP September 2022

4 Malawi Contact List

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4.1 Malawi Government Contact List

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4.2 Malawi Humanitarian Agency Contact List

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4.3 Malawi Laboratory and Quality Testing Company Contact List

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4.4 Malawi Port and Waterways Company Contact List

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4.5 Malawi Airport Company Contact List

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4.6 Malawi Storage and Milling Company Contact List

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4.7 Malawi Fuel Provider Contact List

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4.8 Malawi Transporter Contact List

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4.9 Malawi Railway Contact List

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4.10 Malawi Supplier Contact List Mbachi Muntali WFP September 2022
4.11 Malawi Additional Services Contact List

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4.12 Malawi Waste Management Companies Contact List Mbachi Munthali WFP August 2023

5 Malawi Annexes

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5.1 Malawi Acronyms and Abbreviations

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5.2 Malawi Accomodation List

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5.3 Malawi Logistics Services Additional Info

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5.4 Malawi Road Network Additional information

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5.5 Malawi Imported Electricity Details

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Malawi - 1 Malawi Country Profile

Generic Information

Republic of Malawi is a landlocked country in South-eastern Africa that was formerly known as Nyasaland. It is bordered by Zambia to the west, Tanzania to the north and northeast, and Mozambique to the east, south and southwest. Malawi spans over 118,484 km2 (45,747 sq mi) and has an estimated population of 19,431,566 (as of January 2021). Malawi's capital (and largest city) is Lilongwe. Its second largest is Blantyre, its third largest is Mzuzu and its fourth largest is its former capital, Zomba. The name Malawi comes from the Maravi, an old name for the Chewa people who inhabit the area. The country is nicknamed "The Warm Heart of Africa" because of the friendliness of its people 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:

Malawi Wikipedia Country Information

Malawi IMF Country Information

Malawi Economist Intelligence Unit Information*

(*note - this is a paid service)

Humanitarian Info

Malawi World Food Programme Information

Malawi UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Information

Facts and Figures

Malawi Wolfram Alpha Information

Malawi World Bank Information

Malawi Population Information

Malawi - 1.1 Malawi Humanitarian Background

 

Disasters, Conflicts and Migration 

Natural Disasters

Type

Occurs

Comments / Details

Drought

Yes

In the last 36 years, Malawi has experienced eight major droughts, affecting over 24 million people.  

Earthquakes

Yes

Although not a highly active earthquake area, earthquakes do occur in Malawi, the most recent between December 2009 and January 2010, when a cluster of earthquakes occurred in the Karonga region in the north of Malawi, the biggest registering a 6.2 magnitude on the Richter scale. 

Epidemics

Yes

HIV is a major public health concern in Malawi with a prevalence of over 11% among the country population; however, this has been steadily reduced from a rate as high as 17% in the mid-1990s. Outbreaks of Cholera, Dysentery, Salmonella and Measles do occasionally occur. In the recent years, from 2019, the world has been hit by COVID 19 of which Malawi has not been spared 

Extreme Temperatures

No

The temperature rarely exceeds 32°C. 

Flooding

Yes

Over the past five decades, Malawi has experienced more than 23 major floods, with these events increasing in frequency, magnitude, and scope over the years. In early March 2019, heavy rains developed from a Tropical Depression 11 that formed offshore central Mozambique. Heavy rains hit Malawi, causing severe flooding in the Southern and, to a lesser extent, Central Region of the country 

Insect Infestation

Yes

Cases of insect infestation have been reported in crops and this is recognised as a major constraint to increasing crop yields. Droughts have been associated with increased army worm and red locust infestation, especially in the Lake Chilwa-Phalombe plain 

Mudslides

Yes

Natural geological hazards such as landslides, debris and mudflows have caused, and will continue to cause, many problems in Malawi. Most events occur in Southern Malawi and are mainly triggered by tropical cyclones that bring heavy rainfalls. Human impacts on the environment such as largescale earthworks projects and replacement of natural forests by non-endemic tree species has also contributed to a rising risk of flash floods and debris flows. 

Volcanic Eruptions

No

There are no active or dormant volcanoes in Malawi. 

High Waves / Surges

No

Malawi is a land-locked country and Lake Malawi presents no problems. 

Wildfires

No

Wildfires do not present a problem in Malawi 

High Winds

No

Being an inland continental country, high winds are not common. 

Man-Made Issues

Civil Strife

No

Civil unrest in the form of localised rioting can occur in Malawi. 

International Conflict

No

There are no conflicts with any neighbouring countries. 

Internally Displaced Persons

No

There are currently no displaced people within Malawi. 

Refugees Present

Yes

Malawi has hosted refugees from conflict for many years. The war in Mozambique in the late 1980s and early 1990s produced up to 2 million refugees, however this population has now been repatriated. Conflicts in Africa's Great Lakes Region, particularly DRC, are the source of most refugees. According to UNHCR, in August 2009, there were 12,454 refugees and asylum seekers in Malawi, in the Dzaleka Refugee Camp and most come from Burundi, Rwanda and DRC. 

Landmines / UXO Present

No  

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

Seasonal Effects on Logistics Capacities

Seasonal Effects on Transport

Transport Type

Time Frame

Comments / Details

Primary Road Transport

Jan - Dec

Roads in the south of the country can be affected by heavy rain and flooding. 

Secondary Road Transport

Jan - Dec

Roads across much of the country are difficult to access and sometimes impassable due to rain and flooding. 

Rail Transport

Jan - Dec

Delays to rail transit do occur when washaways occur 

Air Transport

Jan - Dec

Air transport is not really affected by seasonal weather. 

Waterway Transport

Jan - Dec

The only navigable waterway is the Shire River which is not used for transport. 

Seasonal Effects on Storage and Handling

Activity Type

Time Frame

Comments / Details

Storage

Jan - Dec

Insect infestation can increase during the rainy season resulting in occasional product loss. 

Handling

Jan - Dec

Open air handling of grain can be an issue during the wet season. 

Other

Jan - Dec

N/A 

Capacity and Contacts for In-Country Emergency Response

Government

The Government of Malawi is the ultimate coordinator of all actors involved in an emergency response and is responsible for disaster prevention, mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery; any emergency response is led by the Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DoDMA), assisted by the relevant line ministries. District Commissioners are mandated to coordinate any emergency-related activities in their districts through the Civil Protection Committees with the assistance of NGOs in the districts. 

A National Epidemic Committee under the Ministry of Health has been established with membership from key stakeholders, including the donor community and various government departments, to coordinate all activities on all levels for epidemic prevention and control, through which service delivery, surveillance, monitoring, data collection, analysis and dissemination are coordinated. The responsibility for cholera surveillance falls under this Committee. Donor Coordination can facilitate an effective and timely response. 

For information on government contact details, please see the following link: 4.1 Malawi Government Contact List

Humanitarian Community

The UN Resident Coordinator (UNRC) is responsible for coordinating the UN emergency response. Under the guidance of the UNRC, the UN Country Team (UNCT) is responsible for the effective and efficient implementation of inter-agency disaster management activities in Malawi through UNDAF Cluster II which focuses on Social Protection and Disaster Risk Reduction. UNDAF Cluster II team comprises the emergency focal points from each UN agency, Malawi RCS and the World Bank. Malawi Red Cross Society (MRCS) is a member of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC). As a member of the IFRC, the MRCS embodies the work and principles of the Red Cross Movement. IFRC directs and channels its international assistance to victims of natural and technological disasters through National Societies, in this case the Malawi Red Cross Society. IFRC acts as the official representative of its member societies and works to strengthen their capacity to carry out effective disaster preparedness, health, and social programmes. This is accomplished through provision of financial, technical and human resource assistance. 

UN agencies, MRCS and a network of NGO implementing partners will respond to an emergency in collaboration with and through the Government of Malawi. In accordance with UN Humanitarian Reform and the cluster directions of the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC), Cluster Lead Agencies will ensure a coordinated action among partners in their respective sectors. This responsibility requires coordination with Government, agencies and NGOs to ensure that the needs of these sectors are addressed, that information is shared, and that reporting is carried out accordingly. 

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

4.2 Malawi Humanitarian Agency Contact List

 

Malawi - 1.2 Malawi Regulatory Departments

The Malawi Bureau of Standards (MBS) is a statutory organization established in 1972 by an Act of Parliament (Cap 51:02) of Malawi. The MBS was established with a mandate to promote standardization of commodities and of their manufacture, production, processing or treatment; and further, to provide for matters incidental to, or connected with standardization. The mandate was given as a means of advancing the national economy; benefiting the health, safety and welfare of the public; assisting and protecting consumers; facilitating domestic and international trade; and furthering international cooperation in the field of standardization. 

The Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority (MERA) is a corporate body established under the Energy Regulatory Act No. 20 of 2004 as the Energy Sector Wide Regulator. The mandate is to regulate the energy sector in Malawi in a fair, transparent, efficient and cost-effective manner for the benefit of the consumers and operators. MERA operates in accordance with the following Energy Laws: The Electricity Act 2004; The Energy Regulation Act 2004; The Rural Electrification Act 2004; and The Liquid Fuels and Gas (Production and Supply) Act 2004. As the Energy Sector-regulator MERA has the following key functions: receive and process license applications for energy undertakings; grant, revoke or amend licenses under the Act and Energy Laws; approve tariffs and prices of energy sales and services; monitor and enforce compliance by licensees with licensing conditions granted under the Act and the Energy Laws; develop and enforce performance and safety standards for energy exploitation, production, transportation and distribution. 

The Pharmacy, Medicines and Poisons Act 1988 and the Pharmacy, Medicines and Poisons (Fees and Forms) Regulations 1990 empower the Pharmacy, Medicines and Poisons Board established by the Ministry of Health to regulate, register, and control the quality of drugs in Malawi. The Board is also responsible for the registration, ethical control and training of pharmacy professionals. The Board has a Medicines Committee for the scheduling and registration of drugs. Malawi has a written and approved national drug policy, developed in 1991. It covers all aspects related to drug regulatory control, drug registration, drug procurement, and quality assurance. A plan called National Pharmaceutical Plan 1990-1995, dated 1991, is in the process of being implemented. There is an official essential drugs list, the Malawi Essential Drugs List, developed in 1991. The list contains 311 products and is being used for procurement of drugs for the public sector. Drug registration has not been introduced and there is no unit responsible for this within the Pharmacy Administration of the Ministry of Health. 

The Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) is an agency of the Government of Malawi responsible for assessment, collection and accounting of tax revenues. MRA was established by an Act of Parliament in 1998 and was launched in February 2000. It was formed to improve on the functions previously carried out by the Divisions of Customs and Excise, and Income Tax in the Ministry of Finance. The Authority operates as a government tax administration agency under the Ministry of Finance. The revenue that the Authority collects goes to Government for implementation of various socio-economic development projects such as the construction of roads, bridges, schools, health facilities and provision of social services. The latter include national security and provision of salaries for civil servants such as the police, the army, judges, doctors, nurses and teachers 

The Malawi Communications Regulatory Authority (MACRA) The Malawi Communications Regulatory Authority (MACRA) was established under the Communications Act (1998), Cap 68:01 of the Laws of Malawi and its Mandate is to regulate and develop the Information Communications Technology (ICT) Sector in Malawi. 

For information on Malawi Regulatory Department contact details, please see the following link: 

4.1 Malawi Government Contact List


 

Malawi - 1.3 Malawi Customs Information

 

Duties and Tax Exemption

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

Malawi Revenue Authority - Customs Duties (mra.mw)

4.1 Malawi Government Contact List

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

 1966-06-06

Annex J-5 Revised Kyoto Convention

Yes 

OCHA Model Agreement

Yes 

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)

COMESA / SADC

Exemption Regular Regime (Non-Emergency Response): 

[Note: This section contains 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.).]

Prior importation approval is required for the United Nation Agencies to import goods duty free.  The application for duty waiver is addressed to the Commissioner General for consideration and it has to be accompanied by a Commercial Invoice and packing list of the goods. The approval is granted in writing.  Once the approval is granted the agency  proceeds to clear the goods through a customs clearing agent (broker). The agency representative is also required to complete and sign a duty free certificate at port of clearance. The goods may also be subjected to intrusive or non intrusive inspection. The goods are also supposed

 

Organizational Requirements to obtain Duty Free Status

United Nations Agencies

Prior importation approval is required for the United Nation Agencies to import goods duty free.  The application for duty waiver is addressed to the Commissioner General for consideration and it has to be accompanied by a Commercial Invoice and packing list of the goods. The approval is granted in writing.  Once the approval is granted the agency  proceeds to clear the goods through a customs clearing agent (broker). The agency representative is also required to complete and sign a duty free certificate at port of clearance. The goods may also be subjected to intrusive or non intrusive inspection. The goods are also supposed. However during emergency times the goods are released before finalisation of customs procedures on special release.

Non-Governmental Organizations

 Prior importation approval is required for the NGO to import goods duty free.  The application for duty waiver is addressed to the Commissioner General for consideration and it has to be accompanied by a Commercial Invoice and packing list of the goods and valid Council for Non-Governmental Organisation in Malawi (CONGOMA) certificate. The approval is granted in writing.  Once the approval is granted the NGO proceeds to clear the goods through a customs clearing agent (broker). The agency representative is also required to complete and sign a duty free certificate at port of clearance. The goods may also be subjected to intrusive or non intrusive inspection. The goods are also supposed.

Goods for Non Governmental Organizations for free distribution

The following is the list of approved goods:

Foodstuffs of all kinds

Clothing, footwear, Blankets, whether new or used

Toilet Soap

Toiletries

If the NGO donates goods to the government for emergency they are allowed to import goods outside the above list but their application for duty waiver in additional to invoices it is supposed to be accompanied by letter of donation  and support from the Department of

NOTE: These requirements apply to the UN and NGOs alike

Exemption Certificate Application Procedure: 

 

Duties and Taxes Exemption Application Procedure

Generalities

 Invoice, packing list and certificate of origin

Process to be followed

 Application for duty exemption is through a letter addressed to The Commissioner General attaching shipping documents and response by customs office (Customs and Excise Division) is also through a letter granting a duty exemption.

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, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

AWB/BL/Other Transport Documents

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Donation/Non-Commercial Certificates

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Packing Lists

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Other Documents

           

Additional Notes

n/a

Customs Clearance

General Information 

Food commodities such as Maize, CSB, DSM, Millet, Rice & Vegetable Oil require import permits prior to importation.
Please note: These requirements apply to the UN and NGO’s alike

Customs Information

Document Requirements

Permits are required for the following commodities: Soya beans, all grains (including meals and flours) vegetable oils, fruit, eggs, poultry, fish, meat, and meat products

Embargoes

None

Prohibited Items

Specific drugs, protected species, weapons, imitation and counterfeit material

General Restrictions

GMO commodities are not permitted into Malawi

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, Original, 1 copy

Yes, Original, 1 copy

Yes, Original, 1 copy

Yes, Original, 1 copy

Yes, Original, 1 copy

Yes, Original, 1 copy

Invoice

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

AWB/BL/Other Transport Documents

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Orig inal, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Donation/Non-Commercial Certificates

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Packing Lists

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 Copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Phytosanitary Certificate

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Other Documents

           

Transit Regime

When a shipment arrives at the customs Entry office, all documents are handed over to the Clearing Agent who then prepares a Transit Declaration, using the transit customs procedure code 8100 000. The Clearing Agent then submits the declaration to Customs for processing. Customs Officer(s)  may escorts the goods to the exit customs office at the stated exit point at a cost of MK 40,0 00 per officer / day. Other charges to be paid per shipment are MK 20,000 for the customs processing fee.

Malawi - 2 Malawi Logistics Infrastructure

The following sections contain information on the logistics infrastructure of Malawi.

Malawi - 2.2 Malawi Aviation

Malawi Aviation 

Key airport information may also be found at: World Aero Data information on Malawi

International flights into, from or over the territory of Malawi shall be subject to the current Malawi regulations relating to civil aviation. Operators of non-scheduled flights wishing to over-fly or land in Malawi must apply to the Director of Civil Aviation for permission to carry-out such operations not less than 48 hours prior to the intended operation

For information on Malawi Aviation Contact details, please see the following link:

4.4 Malawi Port and Waterways Company Contact List

For information on Malawi Aviation additional details, please see the following document:

Malawi airlines details

Note: The information provided in the attached documents, which has been taken from the old DLCA, does not match the structure of the new LCA and is therefore provided separately.

Procedures for Foreign Registered Aircraft

In Malawi, the following details need to be submitted and approved before propositioning foreign registered aircraft: Application for provisional Air Service Licence by the operator contracted to provide the services. However it would be advisable that the foreign operator liaises with a local aviation consultancy company or a local certified air operator to ensure that the process is not delayed by local government bureaucracy. Undertaking from the country of registration for safety oversight while in Malawi. This will require that the foreign operator ensures that a letter is written from the Civil Aviation of the country of registration clearly taking responsibility for all safe oversight while the aircraft is operating in Malawi

Operator, Aircraft & Crew documentation;

  • Air Operator Certificate
  • Certificate of Registration
  • Certificate of Insurance
  • Certificate of Airworthiness
  • Crew Licences
  • Engineers Certificates
  • Aircraft Registration
  • Type & Marks
  • Aircraft Serial Number
  • Expected Dates to and from Malawi
  • Desired Flights’ within Country
  • Intended Pax Numbers
  • Certificate of Maintenance Release

Malawi - 2.2.1 Malawi Lilongwe Kamuzu International Airport

Airport Overview

The airport is operational from 0400UTC to 1700UTC. Outside these hours, services are available on request to the Director of Civil Aviation or the Airport Commandant. Aerodrome fire Category is CAT 9. Cargo Handling facilities are by arrangement with Lilongwe Handling Company(LIHACO) available on frequency 121.9MHz. 

Transportation to and from the city which is about 20KM away is through Taxis and Car Hires. There are Restaurants at the airport but no Hotels except in the City. Both AVGAS100/130 and JET A1 are available supplied by PUMA. There are no Hangar and repair services for visiting aircrafts.

Airport Location and Contact

Country

Malawi

Province or District

Lilongwe

Nearest Town or City
with Distance from Airport

20.4KM North of Capital Hill, Lilongwe City

Airport’s Complete Name

Kamuzu International Airport

Latitude

134700S

Longitude

0334639E

Elevation (ft and m)

4,029’    and 1228m/28.5 degree Celsius

IATA Code

   LLW

ICAO Code

 FWKI

Managing Company or Airport Authority

Department of Civil Aviation (Aeronautical), Airport Developments Ltd ( Non-aeronautical)

Management Contact Person

Mr Fredrick Chisepeya, Airport Commandant(DCA)

+265998999440/+265888529523

Open From (hours)

04:00UTC

Open To (hours)

17:00UTC

Airport Picture

image-20230814112234-1

  1. Immigration     B- Customs/Security  C- Cargo Apron/Section

Description and Contacts of Key Companies

For information on Malawi Airport contact details, please see the following link: 

4.4 Malawi Port and Waterways Company Contact List

Information on some aviation service providers can be found atAZ Freight information on Malawi 

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

Information on some aviation service providers can be found at:

 Kamuzu International Airport - Lilongwe - AZFreight

Passenger and Cargo Performance Indicator

Performance for YEAR 2022

 

Per Year

Per Month

Per Day

Total Aircraft Movements

4908

409

14 per/day

Total Passengers

124596

10383

346 per/day

Total Capacity of the Airport (MT)

n/a

n/a

n/a

Current Activity of the Airport (MT)

n/a

n/a

n/a

Current use by Humanitarian Flights (UNHAS)

n/a

n/a

n/a

The cargo capacity is enough to cater for the current cargo inflows and mostly the Cargo terminal is half empty due to low levels of Cargo.

Runways

Kamuzu International Airport has only one runway. The runway and apron area were resurfaced in June 2010.

Runway #1

Runway Dimensions

3,540m x 45m

Orientation

14/32

Surface

Asphalt

Please note: Kamuzu Airport has only 1 runway. The apron area was resurfaced in June 2010.

Helicopter Pad(s)

There are no helipads present. Helicopters are accommodated on the apron where other aircraft park.

Helipad #1

Present

N/A

Largest Helicopter that can Land

N/A

Width and Length (m)

N/A        

Surface

Concrete

 Airport Infrastructure Details

The airport is provided with Aerodrome control on 118.7MHz and Approach Radar on 128.0MHz from 0400UTC TO 1700UTC otherwise on special request the services can be extended. Area Control is also provided at the airport 24Hrs.

There is one asphalt Runway 14/32, 3540m long and 45m wide with Runway 14 as an instrument runway Category 1. Aircraft use ILS, VOR, Locator, RNAV and Visual approaches as instructed by ATC. The equipment at the airport is well maintained except for temporary unserviceabilities where NOTAMs are issued. Scheduled maintenance is sometimes difficult due to inadequate resources.

Infrastructure

Customs

Yes

JET A-1 fuel

Yes

Immigration

Yes

AVGAS 100

Yes

Terminal Building

Yes

Single Point Refuelling

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)

9

Catering Services

Yes

De-icing Equipment

N/A

Base Operating Room

Yes

Parking Ramp Lighting

Yes

Airport Radar

Yes

Approach & Runway Lights

Yes

NDB

Yes

VOR

Yes

ILS

Yes

 

Yes

Airport Operating Details

Operating Details

Maximum Sized Aircraft that can be Offloaded on Bulk Cargo

B747 or An-124

Maximum Sized Aircraft that can be Offloaded on Pallet

B747

Total Aircraft Parking Area (m²)

180,000 m²

Storage Area (m3 and MT)

5,000 m²

Handling Equipment

Elevators / Hi Loaders

Yes

Max Capacity (MT)

3

Max Height

(m)

4

Loading Ramps

Yes

Other Comments

 

Customs Guidance

Normally, it takes about 15 minutes for customs to be completed. Their offices are located in the main terminal building in the arrival hall and in the cargo terminal. The hours of operation is during the normal hours of airport operation (06:00 to 19:00 local time)

For more information on customs in Malawi, please see the following link: www.mra.mw  

Storage Facilities

Storage facilities are present at Air Cargo Mw LTD (Ref Air Cargo Section)

Airfield Costs

NAVIGATION CHARGES

For information on Malawi airport charges, please see the following document: 

 Malawi AIP General 4.1 and 4.2 Aerodrome and Air Navigation Charges

 

Charges

 

 

Aircraft Weight - MTOW (kg)

 

0-5000

5001 - 20,000

20001-70000

70001 - 180,000

Over 180,000

Navigation Overflight(per journey) USD - $

75

75

75

75

75

Navigation international Landing(per journey) USD - $

40

55

60

75

80

Navigation Domestic(per journey) USD - $

15

20

25

30

45

Night Landing USD - $/Hr or part thereof (extension fee)

250

250

 

250

250

Night Take-Off USD - $/Hr or part thereof  (extension fee)

250

250

 

250

250

Parking - $( 24Hrs or part thereof)

5

6

9

12

15

Handling Charges

450

1800

2700

4500

6000

Landing Charges

Portion of the maximum all-up weight of the aircraft and charge per single landing:

Aircraft weight (kg)

Charge per 1000kg or part thereof ($)

The first 2,000kg

at US$4.00 per 1,000kg or part thereof;

The next 18,000kg

at US$5.00 per 1,000kg or part thereof;

The next 60,000kg

at US$5.50 per 1,000kg or part thereof;

The next 80,000kg

at US$6.50 per 1,000kg or part thereof;

The remainder

at US$7.00 per 1,000kg or part thereof.

Fuel Service Charges

PUMA is the only company to offer refuelling services in Malawi, PUMA is reported to provide a full range of Jet A-1, lubricants and AVGAS.

 

Price per Litre USD - $

Jet A-1

1.38

Avgas

1.33

Cargo Terminal Charges

Import Charges

Type of Charge

Rate USD - $ per kg

Comments

Handling Charge

0.15

Minimum charge = USD - $25.00

Break Bulk Fee

Not Applicable

 

Diplomatic Mail

0.15

Minimum charge = USD - $25.00

Strong Room – per consignment

0.20

Minimum charge = USD - $80.00

Cold Storage Fee

0.18 per day

Minimum charge = USD - $25.00

No grace period

Delivery Outside Normal Working Hours

Not applicable

 

Preparation of substitute AOA – Invoice – Receipt

Not applicable

 

Storage per Day – General cargo

0.10

Minimum charge = USD - $20.00 48 hours Grace period

Applicable: 48 hours

Export

Handling Charges – Un-palletized Cargo

0.15

Minimum charge = USD - $25.00

International Air Waybill

15.00

 

Local Air Waybill

1000.00 (Mw. Kwacha)

 

Air Way Bill Amendment - Cancellation

15.00

 

Air Way Bill Documentation

15.00

 

Diplomatic Mail

0.15

Minimum charge = USD - $25.00

Storage Charges per Day

0.15

Minimum charge = USD - $20.00

 

 

Storage Facilities

 

Operating Details

 

Maximum Sized Aircraft that can be Offloaded on Bulk Cargo

 

 

Maximum Sized Aircraft that can be Offloaded on Pallet

747, 777

 

Total Aircraft Parking Area (m²)

 

 

Storage Area (m3 and mt)

2,033 m²

 

Handling Equipment

 

Elevators / Hi Loaders

Yes

Max Capacity (MT)

14.0 Tons

 

Max Height

(m)

To handle 747, 777 Aircrafts

 

Loading Ramps

Yes

 

Security

Security at the airport is provided by Airport Security Police.

 

Malawi - 2.2.2 Malawi Blantyre Chileka International Airport

Airport Overview

The airport is operational from 0400UTC to 1700UTC. Outside these hours, services are available on request to the Director of Civil Aviation or the Airport Commandant. Aerodrome fire Category is CAT 9. Cargo Handling facilities are by arrangement with Lilongwe Handling Company(LIHACO) available on frequency 121.9MHz. 

Transportation to and from the city which is about 20KM away is through Taxis and Car Hires. There are Restaurants at the airport but no Hotels except in the City. Both AVGAS100/130 and JET A1 are available supplied by PUMA. There are no Hangar and repair services for visiting aircrafts.

Airport Location and Contact

Country

Malawi

Province or District

Blantyre

Nearest Town or City
with Distance from Airport

Blantyre

13km

Airport’s Complete Name

Chileka International Airport

Latitude

S 15° 40’ 44.59”

Longitude

E 34° 58’ 26.45”

Elevation (ft and m)

2,555’

IATA Code

   BLZ

ICAO Code

FWCL

Managing Company or Airport Authority

Department of Civil Aviation (Aeronautical), Airport Developments Ltd ( Non-aeronautical)

Management Contact Person

Mr. Brian Mussa

+265 994 444 343

Open From (hours)

04:00UTC

Open To (hours)

17:00UTC

 

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Description and Contacts of Key Companies

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

Information on some aviation service providers can be found at:

 Blantyre - Chileka International Airport - AZFreight

Passenger and Cargo Performance Indicator

Performance for YEAR 2022

 

Per Year

Per Month

Per Day

Total Aircraft Movements

4464

372

12

Total Passengers

99084

8257

275

Total Capacity of the Airport (MT)

N/A

N/A

N/A

Current Activity of the Airport (MT)

N/A

N/A

N/A

Current use by Humanitarian Flights (UNHAS)

     

Runways

Please note: Chileka International Airport has only two runways.

Runway #1

Runway Dimensions

2,325m x 30m

Orientation

10/28

Surface

Asphalt

 

Runway #2

Runway Dimensions

 1,372 m × 30 m

Orientation

15/33

Surface

Asphalt

Helicopter Pad(s)

No Specific Helipad at the airport, helicopters use the main apron

Helipad #1

Present

No

Largest Helicopter that can Land

 

Width and Length (m)

 

Surface

 

No Specific Helipad at the airport, helicopters use the main apron

Helipad #2

Present

 No

Largest Helicopter That Can Land

 

Width and Length (m)

 

Surface

 

No specific helipad at the airport, helicopters use the main apron

Airport Infrastructure Details

The airport is provided with Aerodrome control on 124.9MHz from 0400UTC TO 1700UTC otherwise on special request the services can be extended. No Area Control is also provided at the airport

There are two asphalt Runway 10/28 2325m long and 30m wide Aircraft use ILS, VOR, Locator, RNAV and Visual approaches as instructed by ATC. The equipment at the airport is well maintained except for temporary unserviceabilities where NOTAMs are issued. Scheduled maintenance is sometimes difficult due to inadequate resources.

Infrastructure

Customs

Yes
 

JET A-1 fuel

Yes

Immigration

yes

AVGAS 100

yes

Terminal Building

yes

Single Point Refuelling

no

Passenger Terminal

yes

Air Starter Units

yes

Cargo terminal

No

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)

CAT 7

Catering Services

yes

De-icing Equipment

N/A

Base Operating Room

 

Parking Ramp Lighting

Yes

Airport Radar

no

Approach & Runway Lights

Yes

NDB

yes

VOR

Yes

ILS

yes

   

Airport Operating Details

Operating Details

Maximum Sized Aircraft that can be Offloaded on Bulk Cargo

B738

Maximum Sized Aircraft that can be Offloaded on Pallet

B738

Total Aircraft Parking Area (m²)

 

Storage Area (m3 and MT)

 

Handling Equipment

Elevators / Hi Loaders

Yes / No

Max Capacity (MT)

 

Max Height

(m)

 

Loading Ramps

Yes / No

Other Comments

 

Customs Guidance

Normally, it takes about 15 minutes for customs to be completed. Their offices are located in the main terminal building in the arrival hall. The hours of operation during the normal hours of airport operation (06:00 to 19:00 Local).

For more information on customs in Malawi, please see the following link: www.mra.mw 

Storage Facilities

Operating Details

Maximum Sized Aircraft that can be Offloaded on Bulk Cargo

B738

Maximum Sized Aircraft that can be Offloaded on Pallet

B738

Total Aircraft Parking Area (m²)

 

Storage Area (m3 and MT)

 

Handling Equipment

Elevators / Hi Loaders

Yes

Max Capacity (MT)

 

Max Height

(m)

 

Loading Ramps

Yes

Other Comments

 

Navigation Charges

Charges

 

 

Aircraft Weight - MTOW (kg)

 

0-5000

5001 - 20,000

20001-70000

70001 - 180,000

Over 180,000

Navigation Overflight(per journey) USD - $

75

75

75

75

75

Navigation international Landing(per journey) USD - $

40

55

60

75

80

Navigation Domestic(per journey) USD - $

15

20

25

30

45

Night Landing USD - $/Hr or part thereof (extension fee)

250

250

 

250

250

Night Take-Off USD - $/Hr or part thereof  (extension fee)

250

250

 

250

250

Parking - $( 24Hrs or part thereof)

5

6

9

12

15

Handling Charges

450

1800

2700

4500

6000

Landing Charges

Portion of the maximum all-up weight of the aircraft and charge per single landing: -

Aircraft weight (kg)

Charge per 1000kg or part thereof ($)

The first 2,000kg

at US$4.00 per 1,000kg or part thereof;

The next 18,000kg

at US$5.00 per 1,000kg or part thereof;

The next 60,000kg

at US$5.50 per 1,000kg or part thereof;

The next 80,000kg

at US$6.50 per 1,000kg or part thereof;

The remainder

at US$7.00 per 1,000kg or part thereof.

Fuel Service Charges

PUMA is the only company to offer refuelling services in Malawi, PUMA is reported to provide a full range of Jet A-1, lubricants and AVGAS.

 

Price per Litre USD - $

Jet A-1

1.33

Avgas

2.27

Cargo Terminal Charges

There is no cargo Terminal at the airport

Import Charges

 

Type of Charge

Rate USD - $ per kg

Comments

Handling Charge

0.15

Minimum charge = USD - $25.00

Break Bulk Fee

Not Applicable

 

Diplomatic Mail

0.15

Minimum charge = USD - $25.00

Strong Room – per consignment

0.20

Minimum charge = USD - $80.00

Cold Storage Fee

0.18 per day

Minimum charge = USD - $25.00

No grace period

Delivery Outside Normal Working Hours

Not applicable

 

Preparation of substitute AOA – Invoice – Receipt

Not applicable

 

Storage per Day – General cargo

0.10

Minimum charge = USD - $20.00

Applicable: 48 hours

Export

Handling Charges – Un-palletized Cargo

0.15

Minimum charge = USD - $25.00

International Air Waybill

15.00

 

Local Air Waybill

1000.00 (Mw. Kwacha)

 

Air Way Bill Amendment - Cancellation

15.00

 

Air Way Bill Documentation

15.00

 

Diplomatic Mail

0.15

Minimum charge = USD - $25.00

Storage Charges per Day

0.15

Minimum charge = USD - $20.00

Storage Facilities

Operating Details

 

Maximum Sized Aircraft that can be Offloaded on Bulk Cargo

B738

 

Maximum Sized Aircraft that can be Offloaded on Pallet

738,

 

Total Aircraft Parking Area (m²)

 

 

Storage Area (m3 and MT)

 

 

Handling Equipment

 

Elevators / Hi Loaders

Yes

Max Capacity (MT)

 

 

Max Height

(m)

To handle Aircrafts

 

Loading Ramps

Yes

 

Other Comments

 

 

             

Air-bridge Charges

There is no air bridge at the airport

Security

Security at the airport is provided by Airport Security Police.

Malawi - 2.2.3 Malawi Karonga National Airport

Airport Overview

The condition of the Airport is  good. Currently the airport is not busy as it receives less traffic, mainly because of the closure of Kayerekera Mining, by Paladin Africa. The navigation aids are not working. Currently operation is through visual approach only. The security is good as there is Airport Security.

Airport Location and Contact

Country

Malawi

Province or District

Karonga

Nearest Town or City
with Distance from Airport

Karonga

6.6km

Airport’s Complete Name

Karonga Airport

Latitude

-9.953569° 

Longitude

33.893022°

Elevation (ft and m)

1,743’

IATA Code

KGJ

ICAO Code

FWKA

Managing Company or Airport Authority

The airport is managed by

Department of Civil Aviation

Management Contact Person

Director of Civil Aviation

NGO and/or UN Presence at Airport?

N/A

 

Runway(s)

Runway #1

Runway Dimensions

1,680m x 18m

Runway Orientation

Run way 14 and run way 32

Runway Surface

Asphalt

Runway Condition

Good

The Runway condition is good only some areas the surface is wearing out. 

 

Airport Infrastructure Details

Infrastructure

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening

Yes

Runway Lighting

 No

Refuelling Capacity

N/A

Ground Handling Services

No

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

Fuel not available

 

Price per Litre USD - $

Jet A-1

Not available

Avgas

Not available

 

Royalties / Non Objection Fees (NOFs)

All commercial and private aircraft operators pay landing fees as per Department  of Civil Aviation rules.

 

 

Malawi - 2.2.4 Malawi Mzuzu National Airport

Airport Overview

Mzuzu International Airport is operating under Airport Category 5 and under main power and secondary power. It is often used for transporting both passengers, mail and cargo for domestic and international flights. Provision of communication by VHF radio for both approach, landing and take off. Provision of Airport Security Police is 24 hours.

 

Airport Location and Contact

Country

Malawi

Province or District

Mzimba

Nearest Town or City
with Distance from Airport

Mzuzu

2.2km

Airport’s Complete Name

Mzuzu International Airport

Latitude

-11.44475°

Longitude

34.011775°

Elevation (ft and m)

4,115’ 1254.3m

IATA Code

ZZU

ICAO Code

FWUU

Managing Company or Airport Authority

Department of Civil Aviation

Management Contact Person

Mr Samuel Kalua DCA HQS

NGO and/or UN Presence at Airport?

n/a

 

Runway(s)

Runway 17/35

Runway Dimensions

1,307m x 19m

Runway Orientation

PCN20/R/D/Y/T

Runway Surface

Slurry Seal on Bitumen

Runway Condition

Serviceable

 

Airport Infrastructure Details

Infrastructure

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening

Yes

Runway Lighting

No

Refuelling Capacity

n/a

Ground Handling Services

Yes

Air Traffic Control

Yes

Fire Fighting Equipment

Yes

Weather Information

Yes

Aircraft Parking Space

Yes

Navigation Aids

No

Perimeter Fencing

No

Windsock

Yes

 

 

 

Fuel Services Charges

 

Price per LitreUSD - $

Jet A-1

Not Available

Avgas

Not Available

Malawi - 2.2.5 Malawi Kasungu National Airport

Airport Overview

The airport is generally in good condition as it is used as the main base for drone operations in Malawi. Operations into and out of the aerodrome must broadcasting on 118.1Mhz to avoid conflicting with drone operations and other traffic. The Airport is centre point of the drone corridor in Malawi though with no provision of airport security, only local guards available and for additional security to contact police within Kasungu municipality.

Airport Location and Contact

Country

Malawi

Province or District

Kasungu

Nearest Town or City
with Distance from Airport

Kasungu

4.2km

Airport’s Complete Name

Kasungu National Airport

Latitude

13.01444

Longitude

33.46833

Elevation (ft and m)

3,330’

IATA Code

KBQ

ICAO Code

FWKG

Managing Company or Airport Authority

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL AVIATION

Management Contact Person

SAMUEL C. KALUA

NGO and/or UN Presence at Airport?

n/a

Runway(s)

Runway #1

Runway Dimensions

1,200m x 17m

Runway Orientation

 08/26

Runway Surface

Slurry seal Bitumen

Runway Condition

Fair

Airport Infrastructure Details

Infrastructure

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening

No

Runway Lighting

No

Refuelling Capacity

No

Ground Handling Services

No

Air Traffic Control

No

Fire Fighting Equipment

No

Weather Information

Yes

Aircraft Parking Space

Yes

Navigation Aids

No

Perimeter Fencing

No

Windsock

Yes

 

 

Fuel Services Charges

No fuel at the airport

 

Price per Litre USD - $

Jet A-1

  N/A

Avgas

  N/A

Royalties / Non Objection Fees (NOFs)

No fees applicable with regards to this aerodrome.

Malawi - 2.2.6 Malawi Likoma Island National Airport

Airport Overview

The condition of the airport is good, currently the airport is not so busy however the airport is quite busy during summer season since Likoma is a tourist destination Island. There are no navigational aids at the airport operations are through visual approach only. In terms of security, the security is good as we have Airport Security.

Airport Location and Contact

Country

Malawi

Province or District

Likoma

Nearest Town or City
with Distance from Airport

Likoma

1.85km 190 degrees

Airport’s Complete Name

Likoma Island National Airport

Latitude

120444.98S

Longitude

0344410.91E

Elevation (ft and m)

1,632’

IATA Code

   LIX

ICAO Code

 FWLK

Managing Company or Airport Authority

Civiil Aviation/ ADL

Management Contact Person

Mr. Victor Lungu - 0999514080

NGO and/or UN Presence at Airport?

n/a

Runway(s)

Runway #1

Runway Dimensions

1130m x18m

Runway Orientation

 0119

Runway Surface

Slurry seal on bitumen

Runway Condition

Good

Airport Infrastructure Details

Infrastructure

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening

No

Runway Lighting

Yes

Refueling Capacity

No

Ground Handling Services

No

Air Traffic Control

No

Fire Fighting Equipment

Yes

Weather Information

Yes

Aircraft Parking Space

Yes

Navigation Aids

No

Perimeter Fencing

Yes

Windsock

Yes

 

 

Fuel Services Charges

There is no fuel availability at the airport.

 

Price per Litre USD - $

Jet A-1

n/a

Avgas

n/a

Royalties / Non Objection Fees (NOFs)

N/A

 

Malawi - 2.3 Malawi Road Network

 

Malawi Road Map

Distance Matrix

Malawi’s designated public road network consists of 15,451 kilometres of roads. Of these, only 26% (4,038 Km) is paved. The rest – 11,413 Km representing 74% of the network – is either earth or gravel. The public road network is classified into five main categories: Main, Secondary, Tertiary, Urban and District. The Main, Secondary and Tertiary roads, totalling 10,603 Km, form the country’s trunk or primary road network. 

For more information on government contact details, please see the following link: 4.1 Government Contact List

 

Lilongwe

Balaka

Bangula

Blantyre

Chikwawa

Chitipa

Dedza

Dowa

Karonga

Kasungu

Machinga

Mangochi

Mchinji

Monkey Bay

Mulanje

Mwanza

Mzimba

Mzuzu

Nhkata-Bay

Nkhota-kota

Nsanje

Ntcheu

Ntchisi

Rumphi

Salima

Thyolo

Zomba

 

 

Balaka

201

Bangula

439

255

Blantyre

311

127

134

Chikwawa

359

175

86

54

Chitipa

691

889

1127

1000

1047

Dedza

84

118

356

229

276

772

Dowa

53

254

492

365

412

669

137

Karonga

590

788

1026

899

946

101

671

568

Kasungu

127

328

566

439

486

564

211

107

463

Machinga

250

49

234

100

154

938

167

303

837

377

Mangochi

245

97

325

191

254

843

159

237

742

344

91

Mchinji

109

310

548

421

468

699

193

158

598

138

359

408

Monkey Bay

206

160

387

253

307

804

120

198

703

305

153

63

312

Mulanje

378

194

200

66

120

1066

295

431

105

505

161

251

487

314

Mwanza

300

116

231

104

151

989

218

354

828

428

165

214

410

276

170

Mzimba

278

476

714

587

634

425

359

256

324

151

525

574

286

455

653

576

Mzuzu

367

565

803

676

723

327

448

345

226

240

614

516

375

477

742

665

117

Nhkata-Bay

413

465

703

576

623

374

494

391

273

286

514

479

421

440

642

565

154

47

Nkhota-kota

200

267

505

378

425

562

235

142

461

127

316

281

304

242

444

367

353

235

198

Nsanje

488

304

49

100

135

1176

405

541

1015

615

282

373

597

436

249

279

763

852

752

554

Ntcheu

158

43

281

156

201

847

75

211

746

284

92

141

267

155

220

143

434

523

470

272

330

Ntchisi

90

291

529

402

449

648

174

53

547

65

340

290

194

251

468

391

535

324

370

89

578

248

Rumphi

432

630

686

741

788

276

513

410

176

305

728

584

440

545

807

730

170

68

115

303

917

588

389

Salima

103

158

396

269

316

673

126

67

572

173

207

172

207

133

335

258

464

346

309

111

445

163

120

414

Thyolo

358

176

97

47

101

1046

275

411

885

485

141

231

467

294

47

150

633

722

622

424

146

200

448

787

315

Zomba

286

85

198

64

118

974

203

339

815

413

36

127

395

189

125

168

561

650

550

352

247

128

376

715

243

105

 

Road Security

Spontaneous civil disturbances and/or demonstrations can occur on occasion. This is usually the case in the major cities of Malawi. Transport wise, insecure areas go hand in hand with bad road conditions. The following areas are frequently associated with road trucking insecurity because of bad roads (B), steep roads (S) and/ or generally insecure and risky areas (R): 

Origin

Destination

District

Distance

Reason

NtchisiBoma

Malomo

Ntchisi

89km

B

Misuku Hills

Chitipa

ChitipaBoma

75km

S / B / R

Embangweni

Edingeni

Embangweni

85km

S / B / R

Livingstonia Mission

Rumphi Boma

Ekwendeni

62km

S/ B

Mkanda

Waliranji

MchinjiBoma

80km

B

Malirana

Thete

Dedzaboma

45km

B / R

Chilinga

Phalombe

Phalombe Boma

120km

B

Kunene Kude

Neno

Mwanza

88km

B / R

Golomoti

Khwekwelere

Dedza

80km

B

Wimbe

Chamama

Kasungu

58km

B

Enfeni

Maulawo

Mzimba

62km

R

Chikangawa

Mzimba Junction

Mzimba

 

R

Border Zambia

Mzimba

Mzimba

 

R

Chitipa (Misuku)

Livingstonia

Rumphi

40km

S

Nyika

Ntalile

Chitipa

150km

B/S

Phwezi

Mchenga coal mine

Rumphi

35km

S

Weighbridges and Axle Load Limits

The Malawi Road Traffic Directorate (RTD) is currently operating 5 fixed weighbridges at Balaka, Songwe, Mchinji, Mulanje and Mwanza.  The RTD also operates 2 mobile weighbridges. With respect to the Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM), the maximum permissible weight is 55,000 kg. The vehicle axle configuration has to be taken into account when determining the GVM which may vary from vehicle to vehicle, thus for tractor unit plus trailer of 6-axle combination will have a maximum GVM of 50 mtn. In other words the load carried by the vehicle should not weigh more than 30 mt. 

Axle load limits 

Malawi 

Mozambique 

Zambia 

Single Drive Axle 

10,000 kgs 

30,000 kgs1 

35,000 kgs2 

Steering Axle 

8,000 kgs 

30,000 kgs1 

35,000 kgs2 

Tandem (2) Drive Axles 

18,000 kgs 

30,000 kgs1 

35,000 kgs2 

Triple (3) Drive Axles 

28,000 kgs 

30,000 kgs1 

35,000 kgs2 

1: In Mozambique the maximum allowable load limit is 30 mt irrespective of how many axles

2: In Zambia the maximum allowable load limit is 35 mt irrespective of how many axles

 Road Class and Surface Conditions

Road reclassification studies done in 2006 identified about 9,478km of undesignated road network that serve the rural communities. The main, secondary and tertiary roads effectively make up the country’s core network with remaining roads acting as feeder system. Road handles more than 70% on internal freight and 99% of passenger traffic. It handles more than 90% of international freight and passenger traffic. It is due to this volume of internal freight and passenger traffic that Malawi Government has given priority to maintenance and construction of roads in Malawi. It is actually estimated that 55% of the costs of production are taken up by transportation costs in Malawi compared to 17% of other developing countries. The present road conditions is 21% good, 7% fair and 42% poor. The targeted road network condition by the year 2011 was 71% good, 18% fair and 1% poor. 

Type

Paved

Unpaved

Total Network

 

Km

%Share

Km

%Share

Km

%Share

Main (M)

2,809

69

548

5

3,357

22

Secondary (S)

442

11

2,683

24

3,125

20

Tertiary (T)

44

1

1,077

36

4,121

27

District (D)

8

0

3,498

31

3,500

23

Urban (U)

770

19

578

5

1,348

9

Total Designated

4,073

100

11,378

100

15,451

100

%Share

26

 

74

 

100

 

Community Road Network

 

 

9,478

 

9,478

38

Total Road Network

4,073

 

20,856

 

24,929

 

The road quality in Malawi is good when analysing both paved and unpaved roads.   Physical challenges for the road sector are mainly preservation related.  According to Africa Infrastructure Country Diagnostic (AICD) another 24 percent of the road maintenance budget is needed to sustain the national infrastructure.  AICD’s summary on the road assessment states that 

“The combination of relatively high road sector spending, apparent over paving and underfunding of maintenance suggest that there may be a case for shifting resources away from investment toward asset maintenance” 
(Policy Research Working Paper 5133 Explaining high transport costs within Malawi, The World Bank Nov 2009) 

Another road challenge is the assessment of unclassified feeder roads.  The quality of feeder roads separating the rural areas from market towns are an important factor when it comes to influencing transport costs (AICD, March 2010, World Bank).  For this matter international and national transport markets are segmented; the cost of the later rises significantly as empty backhauls and journeys covering small distances are being overcharged by the few transport companies operating in rural areas (PRWP, Nov 2009, World Bank).  A proposed policy for lower transport costs in that market is to encourage a ‘domestic and small vehicle transport sector’.  Hence, promoting intermediate means of transport (IMTs) would show to be a valuable outcome.

Malawi - 2.3.1 Songwe Land Border Crossing

Overview

The border post is a busy one and has a volume of 100 trucks per day. The road from Songwe is tarmac and is 45 Km to Karonga. Imports are second-hand vehicles, soap medicaments cement, fertilizer, and soap while exports are mainly agriculture produce.

Border Crossing Location and Contact

Name of Border Crossing

 Malawi: Songwe Border Post
Tanzania:   Kasumulu

Province or District

Norther Region

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Border Crossing

Karonga

Latitude

-9.94161415077062        9°57'9.13"S

Longitude

33.924393732360926      33°55'29.36"E

Managing Authority / Agency

Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA)

Contact Person

Victor Msesa Station Manager, + 26588885533

 

Travel Times

Nearest International Airport

Lilongwe International Airport (716 Km)

Truck Travel Time: 18hrs

Car Travel time: 9hrs 27min

Nearest Port

Dar es salaam (935 km)

Truck Travel Time: 24Hrs

Car Travel time: 12 Hrs

Nearest location with functioning wholesale markets, or with significant manufacturing or production capacity

Karonga (45 Km)

Truck Travel Time: 1 Hrs 40 Min

Car Travel time: 50 min

Other Information

 

The road from Songwe to Karonga is tarmac. Most truck cargo transits to Dar es salaam (935 Km)

 

Hours of Operation

Every day regardless of holidays or seasons

7:30 – 18:00

 

Daily Capacity

Songwe border post has a steady volume of traffic with over 100 trucks crossing per day 

Customs Clearance

Delays occur when documentation is incomplete.

Import documents shall include:

  1. Bill of lading/cargo manifest for sea and land cargo
  2. Commercial/proforma invoice
  3. Packing list
  4. Certificate of origin (optional)
  5. Certificate of analysis for food commodities (to accompany the cargo)

Export documentation:

  1. Bill of lading/cargo manifest for sea and land consignments
  2. Commercial invoice
  3. Packing list
  4. Certificate of origin (optional)
  5. Certificate of analyses/phytosanitary for food commodities.
  6. Non-GMO certificate.

For more information on customs in Malawi, please see the following link:

 Malawi Revenue Authority - Home (mra.mw)

 

Other Relevant Information

Agriculture/daily products are inspected by Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Health and Malawi Bureau of Standards inspectors are present at the border.

The border mostly facilitates imports of second-hand vehicles from Japan, fertiliser, cement Medicament and soap while exports mainly are agriculture produce

Fees for the truck include temporary import permit USD 19 and toll fees varies depending on the nationality of truck registration and distance of destination.

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Malawi - 2.3.2 Mchinji Land Border Crossing

Overview

The border post is a busy one and has a volume of 120 trucks per day. The road from Mchinji one stop border post is tarmac and is 12 Km to Mchinji town. Imports are steel bars, steel coils, groceries, mahewu, and cement. while exports are mainly fertilizer, Sugar, soya pieces and plastic shoes

Border Crossing Location and Contact

Name of Border Crossing

 Malawi: Mchinji one stop Border Post
Zambia: Mwami

Province or District

Central Region

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Border Crossing

Mchinji

Latitude

-13.795446453611513

Longitude

32.8893325839602

Managing Authority / Agency

Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA)

Contact Person

Tapiwa Mzunga Station Manager              +265 888 625 536

 

Travel Times

Nearest International Airport

Lilongwe International Airport (716 Km)

Truck Travel Time: 5hrs

Car Travel time: 2Hrs 23 Min

Nearest Port

Beira 1059 Km via Lilongwe

Truck Travel Time: 30 Hrs

Car Travel time: 15 Hrs 49 Min

Nearest location with functioning wholesale markets, or with significant manufacturing or production capacity

Mchinji Town (12 Km)

Truck Travel Time: 30 Min

Car Travel time: 15 min

Other Information

 

The road from Mchinj border post to Lilongwe is tarmac and the distance is 123Km

 

Hours of Operation

Every day regardless of holidays or seasons

6:00 – 18:00

Daily Capacity

Mchinji border post has a steady volume of traffic with over 120 trucks crossing per day 

Customs Clearance

Delays occur when documentation is incomplete

Import documents shall include:

  1. Bill of lading/cargo manifest for sea and land cargo
  2. Commercial/proforma invoice
  3. Packing list
  4. Certificate of origin (optional)
  5. Certificate of analysis for food commodities (to accompany the cargo)

Export documentation

  1. Bill of lading/cargo manifest for sea and land consignments
  2. Commercial invoice
  3. Packing list
  4. Certificate of origin (optional)
  5. Certificate of analyses/phytosanitary for food commodities.
  6. Non-GMO certificate.

For more information on customs in Malawi, please see the following link:

 Malawi Revenue Authority - Home (mra.mw)

Other Relevant Information

Agriculture/daily products are inspected by Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Health and Malawi Bureau of Standards inspectors are present at the border.

The border mostly facilitates imports of steel bars, steel coils, groceries, mahewu, and cement while exports are mainly fertilizer, Sugar, soya pieces and plastic shoes

Fees for the truck include temporary import permit USD 19 and toll fees varies depending on the nationality of truck registration and distance of destination.

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Malawi -  2.3.3 Dedza Land Border Crossing

Overview

The border post is a busy one and has a volume of 60 trucks per day. The road from Dedza Border Post is tarmac and is 4 Km to Dedza Boma. Imports are of fertiliser, stell coil, cooking oil, fuel, and tobacco while exports are mainly soya beans, maize bran, maize, and ground nuts.

Border Crossing Location and Contact

Name of Border Crossing

 Malawi: Dedza Border Post
Mozambique:   Calomue

Province or District

Central Region

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Border Crossing

Dedza Town

Latitude

-14.382057638832435

Longitude

34.332661611663454

Managing Authority / Agency

Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA)

Contact Person

Moses Masina Station Manager, + 265 999 741 471

 

Travel Times

Nearest International Airport

Lilongwe International Airport (117 Km)

Truck Travel Time: 4 Hrs

Car Travel time: 2 Hrs 27min

Nearest Port

Beira (1014 km)

Truck Travel Time: 28 Hrs

Car Travel time: 14 Hrs 40 min

Nearest location with functioning wholesale markets, or with significant manufacturing or production capacity

Dedza Town (4 Km)

Truck Travel Time: 1 Hrs 20 Min

Car Travel time: 50 min

Other Information

 

The road from Dedza border Post to Dedza town is tarmac. Most truck cargo transits to Beira (1,014 Km) from Dedza border post

 

Hours of Operation

Every day regardless of holidays or seasons

6:00– 18:00

Daily Capacity

Dedza border post has a steady volume of traffic with over 60 trucks crossing per day 

Customs Clearance

Delays occur when documentation is incomplete.

Import documents shall include:

  1. Bill of lading/cargo manifest for sea and land cargo
  2. Commercial/proforma invoice
  3. Packing list
  4. Certificate of origin (optional)
  5. Certificate of analysis for food commodities (to accompany the cargo)

Export documentation

  1. Bill of lading/cargo manifest for sea and land consignments
  2. Commercial invoice
  3. Packing list
  4. Certificate of origin (optional)
  5. Certificate of analyses/phytosanitary for food commodities.
  6. Non-GMO certificate.

For more information on customs in Malawi, please see the following link:

 Malawi Revenue Authority - Home (mra.mw)

Other Relevant Information

Imports consist mainly of fertiliser, stell coil, cooking oil, fuel, and tobacco while exports are mainly soya beans, maize bran, maize, and ground nuts.

Agriculture/daily products are inspected by Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Health and Malawi Bureau of Standards inspectors are present at the border.

The border mostly facilitates imports

Fees for the truck include temporary import permit USD 19 and toll fees varies depending on the nationality of truck registration and distance of destination.

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Malawi - 2.4 Malawi Railway Assessment

Image
malawi railway map

 

Railway Network

The network extends from Zambian border at Mchinji, via Lilongwe to Blantyre and Makhanga in the south. At Nkaya Junction the network links with the Nacala Corridor line going east to Mozambique's deep-water port at Nacala and another green field line was constructed connected Nkaya to Moatize Mine in the Mozambique Providence of Tete. Export traffic consists of sugar, tobacco, cotton, tea and pigeon peas through the Port of Nacala. Import traffic consists of fertiliser, fuel, clinker, wheat grain, containerised general cargo, consumer goods and food products including vegetable oil and grain. Currently one block train of approximately. 90 wagons depart Nacala everyday pulled by two locomotives in tandem directly from Nacala Port to Blantyre or Lilongwe. At Nkaya (which is an operational hub) the block train is then split per destination, south to Blantyre and north to Lilongwe

For more information on government contact details, please see the following link: 4.1 Government Contact List

Travel Time Matrix

Travel Time from Capital City to Major Towns (hr)

 

Blantyre

Liwonde

Kanengo

Nacala Port

48 hrs

   

Nacala Port

 

36 hrs

 

Nacala Port

   

72 hrs

Railway Companies and Consortia

The Malawi Railways was managed by the Malawi Government until privatization on 1 December 1999. The Central East African Railways (CEAR) is part of Nacala Logistics brand that represents the companies responsible for the logistics of coal and general cargo in the Nacala Railway Corridor. The brand is also responsible for the management of Nacala-à-Velha Port Terminal. Nacala Logistics Companies include CDN, CLN / CLA, CEAR and VLL under one management and whose shareholders are Vulcan Resources which is subsidiary company of Jindal Steel from India. 

For more information on railway company contact details, please see the following link: 4.9 Railway Companies Contact List

Capacity Table

Rail Operator Capacity

 

CEAR

Lines Operates On

n/a

Max Train Length and / or Pulling Capacity

 

90 wagons per train (3600 MT)

 

Malawi - 2.5 Malawi Waterways Assessment

Malawi Waterways Assessment

Reportedly, ships operating on Lake Malawi are old ships and rarely keep to schedule and carry limited amounts of cargo. Cargo handling facilities at most lake ports are very limited and present many logistical challenges. The Shire River is the only outlet from Lake Malawi, from the southernmost tip of Lake Malawi it flows 402 kms to the Zambezi River at Caia in Mozambique. Currently there is no river transport operating on the Shire River as there are a number of falls and cataracts that make navigation within Malawi impossible. Boats can access Malawi from the sea as far as the southernmost settlement of Nsanje only, however there are plans to establish an operating waterway on the river.

In September 2009 a consortium called the Zambezi Water Transport Company has initiated a feasibility study into the $6-billion Shire – Zambezi waterway project following the signing of a MoU with the would-be beneficiaries of the project, namely Malawi, Mozambique and Zambia. The project aims to reopen the Shire – Zambezi waterway from Nsanje, in southern Malawi, to the Indian Ocean Port of Chinde, in Mozambique, a distance of about 238 km. This will enable barges and medium-sized seagoing vessels to ply between Chinde and Nsanje, thereby providing direct waterway access to the Indian Ocean. The feasibility study will ascertain the navigability of the Shire and Zambezi rivers, the Zambezi River is wide and shallow, the Shire River is deep and narrow. The SADC and Comesa, which adopted the ambitious project as a regional initiative, last year jointly invited expressions of interest from interested firms to undertake the feasibility study. Construction on the Port of Nsanje, Malawi’s proposed port on the Shire – Zambezi waterway project, which started with the construction of port facilities at Nsanje port in 2009 stalled in 2012. The project is being undertaken by Portuguese contractor Mota Engil and the Malawi government in a public – private partnership.

Company Information

Lake Malawi and the Shire River (144km) provide the major waterways in Malawi. Lake Malawi, previously Lake Malawi, is a fresh water lake with a 30000 km2 surface.  The Shire River connects the lake water with the Zambezi River south east of Mutarara in Mozambique.  Various private companies operate on the lake.  The biggest operating company is Malawi Shipping Company (MSC, formerly Malawi Shipping Company).  MSC operates from Monkey Bay to various destinations such as Chilumba, Nkhotakota, Nkhatabay, Likoma Island and Chilumba.

For information on Malawi Waterways contact details, please see the following link: Annex 2.4 Port and Waterways Company Contact List

Passenger Carrying Capacity

 

MSC

AJD

Malungo

Number of

Passenger Vessels

< 50 pax

   

1

Number of

Passenger Vessels

> 100 pax

3

   

 

Cargo Capacity

 

MSC

Malungo

Number of Boats

6

1

Tonnage / Volume

Carrying Capacity

381m3 and 670mt

20mt

Number of Barges

3

 

Tonnage / Volume

Carrying Capacity

1,550mt

 

Other (specify)

3 pontoons, dredges & floating dock

 

Tonnage / Volume

Carrying Capacity

600mt

 

Travel Time-Tables

MV Ilala Schedule – North Bound

Day

Route

Arrival

Departure

Friday

Monkey Bay

-----

10:00

Friday

Chipoka

13:00

16:00

Saturday

Nkhotakota

00:00

02:00

Saturday

Matangula (Moz)

06:00

08:00

Saturday

Likoma Island

14:00

18:00

Saturday

Chizumulu Island

19:30

22:00

Sunday

Nkhata Bay

01:00

07:00

Sunday

Usisya

10:00

11:00

Sunday

Ruarwe

12:00

13:00

Sunday

Tcharo

14:00

14:30

Sunday

Mlowe

16:00

17:00

Sunday

Chilumba

20:00

-----

 

MV Mtendere Schedule

Day

Route

Arrival

Departure

Wednesday

Monkey Bay

-----

09:00

Wednesday

Makanjia

12:00

13:00

Wednesday

Meponda

14:30

15:30

Thursday

Senga Bay

05:00

06:00

Thursday

Makanjia

07:30

08:30

Thursday

Monkey Bay

11:30

-----

  • At present (July 2014) the MV Chilembwe is being assembled and will be operational in October 2014 to replace the aging MV Ilala.
  • When operating the MV Mtendere is available for charter trips

 

Malawi Shipping Company – Vessels

Name

Length (m)

Weight (mt)

Cargo

Passengers

Comments

MV Ilala

52.4

630

216 m³

460

Currently operational

MV Mtendere

50.7

924

90 m³

420

Awaiting a new engine

MV Chauncy Maples

38.4

250

75 m³

182

Non-operational, built 1899

MV Karonga

43.1

545

300 mt

0

Cargo only (mostly fuel drums)

MV Ufulu

45.8

424

310 mt

0

Tanker

MV Ncheni

15.0

3.0

60 mt

0

Can discharge on to beaches

MV Katundu

61.5

750

48 TEU’s

0

Barge

MV Nkhwazi

34.6

295

282 mt

0

Barge

Cargo Barge 300

15.0

5.0

116 mt

0

Barge

Viphya

16.0

6.0

600 mt

0

Pontoon

Seacara

12.3

5.4

0

0

Dredge

Floating Dock

44.5

15.6

0

0

Floating Dock

  • The MV Viphya (pontoon) can load 24 TEU’s or 8x 10 – 15 mt trucks and can discharge directly on to beaches

 

Lake Malawi – Tanzania Ports Authority

Operator

Tanzania Ports Authority (TPA), Itungi Port, P.O. Box 400, Kyele, Tanzania

Contact

TPA Manager – Captain Faya

Cell

+255 732 951 530

Contact

Port Master – Mr. Nandi

Cell

+255 784 383 989

Tel

+255 25 254 0462

Fax

+255 254 0302

  • The MV Songea, is operated by TPA from Itungi Port and and can carry 200 passengers and 45 mt of cargo.

Lake Malawi – Itungi Port

  • It is generally accepted that Lake Malawi’s middle line and its northern and eastern shores form much of Malawis boundry Tanzania and Mozambique and this area forms the The Southern Tanzania ‘alleyway’.
  • Itungi Port is located about 250 kms from Kyele,it operates a branch office for Lake Malawi Ports, serving about 13 points along the lake. The port has a draft of 3m, it has a 300 m² workshop, a passenger shed and a generator house.

Lake Malawi – Mbamba Bay Port

  • Mbamba Port is opposite Nkhata Bay about 170 kms from Songea and 70 kms Mbinga District town.

Lake Malawi – Liuli Port

  • The port is located about 34 kms from Mbamba Bay. It has a building used as the port office and one room is set aside as a goods shed.

Lake Malawi – Manda Port

  • The port is located about 275 kms from Rudewa District town. It has a building used as the port office and one room is set aside as a goods shed.

Lake Malawi – Other Ports

  • The following ports are served on request but there is no infrastructure and vessels anchor at a distance from the shore: Liuli, Manda, Matema, Lundu, Lambili, Igunga, Lupingu, Njambe, Nkili, Ndumbi, Makonde.

 

Malawi – MSC Storage

Marine HQ

Malawi Shipping Company (MSC), P.O. Box 15, Monkey Bay, Malawi

Contact

Howard Shaba

Email

shaba.shaba@gmail.com

Cell

+265 993 076 767

Port

Machinery

Storage Area

Storage – Containers

Chilumba

1x 35 my gantry crane

1x 20 mt mobile crane

1x 6 mt forklift

5x 3 mt forklifts

1x tractor

1x trailer

Dry – 800 m²

Wet – 583,000 litres

270 TEU’s

Contact

Ports Operations Officer – D.P. Ndindi

Cell

+265 888 500 856

 

Nkhata Bay

1x mobile crane

1x tractor

1x trailer

Dry – 500 m²

Wet – N/A

Containers cannot be handled at Nkhata Bay

Contact

Port Operations Officer – Francis Makaiani

Cell

+265 888 344 217

 

Chipoka

1x 35 mt gantry crane

4x 3 mt forklifts

Dry – 800 m²

Wet – 923,000 litres

300 TEU’s

Contact

Port Operations Officer – M.F. Swira

Cell

+265 999 212 080

  • Please note: The remaining ports have no proper port facilities and visiting vessels are required to anchor off-shore.

 

Malawi - 2.6 Malawi Storage Assessment

Malawi Storage Assessment

In the past the grain trade was controlled by the two Government bodies, ADMARC (Agricultural Development and Marketing Corporation) and the NFRA (National Food Reserve Agency) who lead the storage facilities market. However, due to liberalisation, the private sector began building storage facilities primarily for their own utilisation rather than for rental. ADMARC and NFRA still have the largest storage capacity in the country, unfortunately only a few of these storage facilities meet adequate standards especially for the storage of perishable commodities such as food. 

Commercial Storage

Commercially available storage is in very short supply in Malawi as most facilities are purpose built for the owner. NFRA & ADMARC do rent warehouse space to humanitarian organisations. NFRA is planning to build two new warehouse complexes at Kanengo and Kazomba which free up free capacity. NFRA silos: Kanengo near Lilongwe (180,000 mt), Mangochi (20,000 mt), Luchenza (20,000 mt), Mzuzu (20,000 mt). The NFRA silo complex at Kanengo is one of the largest silo complex’s in Africa. NFRA warehouses: Kanengo (26,000 mt), Limbe (40,000 mt), Bangula (7,000 mt) and Kazomba in the north (7,000 mt). All silos and warehouse facilities have weighbridges that are calibrated by MBS every six months. All silo facilities have bagging facilities but there are no mobile bagging units in Malawi. New warehouse facilities are planned at Kanengo and Kazomba which will be available for use by humanitarian organisations on a commercial basis. ADMARC has over 400 warehouses at key locations across Malawi with a total capacity of 270,000 mt. ADMRC has smaller warehouses in all district centres and markets with capacities ranging from 50 to 200 mt. Storage is available on a commercial basis but only on a space availability basis.  

For information on Malawi Storage contact details, please see the following link Annex 2.6 Storage and Milling Company Contact List

Location Owner Available for rent Capacity Type Access Condition
Limbe
NFRA
Yes
40,000 mt
Concrete/steel
Flat
Good
Kanengo
NFRA
Yes
26,000 mt
Concrete/steel
Flat
Good
Bangula
NFRA
Yes
7,000 mt
Concrete/steel
Flat
Good
Kazomba
NFRA
Yes
7,000 mt
Concrete/steel
Flat
Good

 

Storage Used by Humanitarian Organizations

 

Location Organization

Sharing Possibility

Capacity

mt / m² / m³
Type Access Condition

Kanengo

WFP

Yes

3,876.64 m2

Concrete/steel

Flat

Good

Limbe

WFP

Yes

7,377 m2

Concrete/steel

Flat, raised siding

Good

Bangula 

WFP 

Yes 

320+ 

Concrete/steel 

Flat 

Good 

Public Sector Storage

The available public sector storage facilities are mainly occupied by government and are rarely offered for rent to other agencies as they are fully occupied throughout the year.

Cold Chain

The only temperature controlled cold storage is at the Government Pharmaceutical facility.

 

Malawi - 2.7 Malawi Milling Assessment

 

Malawi WFP Country Office has an approved roster of three supplier for milling. These service providers were audited and recommended by WFP regional food technologists. In terms of capacity, all the service providers are able to process a minimum of 1,500 mt per month, however depending on WFP’s requirements, they are flexible to increase their shifts in order to meet the requirements. All these suppliers also fall under the regional roster.

4.6 Malawi Storage and Milling Company Contact List

Milling Companies

All milling companies are large traders who are able to adjust their capacities according to requirements. Below are the details. 

Company Name and Address 

Contact Names and Email 

Telephone and Fax 

Export Trading Co. Ltd 

 

 

Name: Nirav Parekh 

Title: Operations Manager 

Email: nirav.parekh@vamara.com 

Tel: 265 993 821 035 

Fax: 

Rab Processors Limited 

Name: Hisham Jamaldeen 

Title: Operations Manager 

Email ceo@rabmw.com; slm@rabmw.com; 

Contact: 265 888 824 709, 265 1 844 827 
Sunseed Oils

Name: Wassim Kassim 

TITLE:MD 

Email: wkassam@globemw.net

Contact: 888999087 

 

Export Trading Co. LTD

Facilities:

Parking Area Inside Compound (m²) 

Not enough for trucks except at the loading bay 

Drainage 

Fair 

Fire Fighting Equipment 

Available 

Number of Ventilators (screened) 

Ok 

Electricity Load (KVA) 

750KVA 

Backup Generator(s) 

No 

NA 

 

Milling Equipment 

Origin of Machinery 

Year of Mfg 

Year of Installation 

Condition 

China 

2013 

2014 

Good 

 

Maintenance 

Duration 

Hours / Week 

Type of Maintenance 

 

 

4-8hrs 

Adhoc maintanance 

 

 

Other Equipment or Machinery Installed 

Type of Equipment 

Available 

Number 

Owned 

Comments 

Fortification Feeder 

Yes 

1 

 

 

Bag Cleaning Plant 

No 

 

 

New bags 

Moisture Tester 

Yes 

1 

 

 

De-stoning Plant 

Yes 

1 

 

 

Metal Extractor 

Yes 

7 

 

 

 

Staffing 

Comments 

Number of Full Time Skilled Workers 

11 

Staffs in shift are 22 

Number of Full Time Labourers 

6 

Depends on work load 

 

Weighbridge 

Number 

 

Capacity (MT) 

Length (m) 

Type 

Within Compound 

80 

44m 

Digital 

Within Compound 

80 

44 

Digital 

 

Building 

Comments 

 

Length (m) 

Width (m) 

Height (m) 

 

Building – Wheat Mill 

82 

30 

12 

Damaged Gulters side of the office 

Building – Maize Mill 

82 

30 

12 

Signs of moisture on warehouse 

Walls 

 

2 trucks at a time on loading bay 

 

Conditions & Cleanliness 

   

Outside 

Inside 

Cracks in Walls or Roof  

No   

No   

Signs of Rodent Activity  

No 

No 

Signs of Birds Entry  

No 

No 

Damaged Gutters/Drains 

Yes 

No 

Signs of Moisture  

Yes 

No 

Adjacent Vegetation 

Yes 

No 

Cleanliness 

Good  

Good  

 

Pest Control 

Fumigation 

Yes   

Frequency 

Weekly  

Contracted 

Yes  

Spraying  

Yes  

Frequency 

Quarterly 

Contracted 

Yes  

Rodenticides  

Yes  

Frequency 

Quarterly 

Contracted 

Yes  

Rodent Trapping 

Yes    

Frequency 

Quarterly 

Contracted 

Yes  

 

Security  

Security  

Good  

Compound  

Fenced  

Other Comments 

 

 

Access 

Distance from Main Town (km) 

300m 

Travel Time if not Located in Town (hours) 

10 minutes 

Road Condition to Mill 

Not that good but road maintenance in progress 

Road Limitations (if any) 

Maximum Width and Max. Tonnage 

Rail Connections 

No 

On the Railway From 

 

To 

 

Other Comments 

 

 

Milling Capacity  

Commodities 

Daily Capacity (MT) 

Monthly Activity (MT) 

Wheat 

 

2000 

Maize 

55-60 

 

 

Storage Capacity 

Storage in Metric Tons 

Wheat – Covered (MT) 

Flour – Covered (MT) 

Within the Compound 

 

300-400 

Outside the Compound 

 

1000 

 

Capacity to Blend 

Done 

 

Loading & Discharge Rates 

120MT 

 

Transport Capacity at Mill 

120MT 

 

Additional Notes 

No backup generators 

 

 RAB Processors

Facilities

Parking Area Inside Compound (m²) 

624m2 

Drainage 

Good 

Fire Fighting Equipment 

Available 

Number of Ventilators (screened) 

Good 

Electricity Load (KVA) 

750KVA 

Backup Generator(s) 

yes 

440KVA 

 

Milling Equipment 

Origin of Machinery 

Year of Mfg 

Year of Installation 

Condition 

Switzerland 

2013 

2013 

Good 

Switzerland 

2017 

2017 

Good 

 

Maintenance 

Duration 

Hours / Week 

Type of Maintenance 

 

Weekly 

General 

 

Other Equipment or Machinery Installed 

Type of Equipment 

Available 

Number 

Owned 

Comments 

Fortification Feeder 

Yes 

2 

yes 

 

Bag Cleaning Plant 

No 

 

 

New bags 

Moisture Tester 

Yes 

2 

yes 

 

De-stoning Plant 

Yes 

2 

yes 

 

Metal Extractor 

Yes 

2 

yes 

 

 

Staffing 

Comments 

Number of Full Time Skilled Workers 

18 

 

Number of Full Time Labourers 

30 

 

 

Weighbridge 

Number 

 

Capacity (MT) 

Length (m) 

Type 

Within Compound 

80 

20 

Overhead 

Within Compound 

 

 

 

 

Building 

 

Length (m) 

Width (m) 

Height (m) 

Building – Wheat Mill 

30 

30 

8 

 

Conditions & Cleanliness 

   

Outside 

Inside 

Cracks in Walls or Roof  

No   

No   

Signs of Rodent Activity  

No 

No 

Signs of Birds Entry  

No 

No 

Damaged Gutters/Drains 

No 

No 

Signs of Moisture  

NO 

No 

Adjacent Vegetation 

Yes 

No 

Cleanliness 

Good  

Good  

 

Pest Control 

Fumigation 

Yes   

Frequency 

2 Months  

Contracted 

No 

Spraying  

Yes  

Frequency 

Weekly 

Contracted 

No 

Rodenticides  

No  

Frequency 

 

Contracted 

No 

Rodent Trapping 

Yes    

Frequency 

Daily 

Contracted 

No 

 

Security  

Security  

Good  

Compound  

Fenced  

Other Comments 

2 security officers 

20 Guards 

 

Access 

Distance from Main Town (km) 

200m 

Travel Time if not Located in Town (hours) 

5 minutes 

Road Condition to Mill 

Good conditions 

Road Limitations (if any) 

Maximum Width and Max. Tonnage 

Rail Connections 

NA 

On the Railway From 

 

To 

 

Other Comments 

 

 

Milling Capacity  

Commodities 

Daily Capacity (MT) 

Monthly Activity (MT) 

Wheat 

70 

1500 

Maize 

125 

3750 

 

Storage Capacity 

Storage in Metric Tons 

Flour – Covered (MT) 

Within the Compound 

3000-4000 

Outside the Compound 

15000-20000 

 

Capacity to Blend 

75 MT 

 

Loading & Discharge Rates 

300MT 

 

Transport Capacity at Mill 

200MT 

 

Additional Notes 

They have their own trucks for deliveries 

 

 Sun Seed Oils

Facilities

Parking Area Inside Compound (m²) 

Available  

Drainage 

Good  

Fire Fighting Equipment 

Available  

Number of Ventilators (screened) 

2  

Electricity Load (KVA) 

 225 

Backup Generator(s) 

Yes  

List capacity of each backup generator in KVA  500 

 

Milling Equipment 

Origin of Machinery 

Year of Mfg 

Year of Installation 

Condition 

 RSA 

2019 

2019  

Good 

 

Maintenance 

Duration 

8 Hours / Week  

Type of Maintenance 

PMS  

 

Other Equipment or Machinery Installed 

Type of Equipment 

Available 

Number 

Owned 

Comments 

Fortification Feeder 

Yes  

 1 

Yes 

Yes 

Bag Cleaning Plant 

NA 

 

 

 Not applicable Fresh bags are used 

Moisture Tester 

Yes  

 1 

Yes 

Yes 

De-stoning Plant 

Yes  

 1 

Yes 

Yes 

Metal Extractor 

Yes  

 1 

Yes 

Yes 

 

Staffing 

Number of Full Time Skilled Workers 

 15 

Number of Full Time Labourers 

 As per production requirement 

 

Weighbridge 

Number 

 

Capacity (MT) 

Length (m) 

Type 

Within Compound 

80 

18 

Fully In-Ground Weighbridge  

Within Compound 

 80 

 18 

Fully In-Ground Weighbridge  

 

Building 

 

Length (m) 

Width (m) 

Height (m) 

Building – Wheat Mill 

 

 

 

Building – Maize Mill 

48  

23 

9.5 

Walls 

 6.5 Height (m) bricks wall 

Roof 

 9.5 Height (m) IVR sheet 

Floor 

 RCC  flooring with Epoxy painting 

 

Conditions & Cleanliness 

   

Outside 

Inside 

Cracks in Walls or Roof  

No     

No    

Signs of Rodent Activity  

No    

No    

Signs of Birds Entry  

No    

No    

Damaged Gutters/Drains 

No    

No    

Signs of Moisture  

No    

No    

Adjacent Vegetation 

No    

No    

Cleanliness 

Good  

Good  

 

Malawi - 3.1 Malawi Fuel

The distribution infrastructure consists of road and rail systems. There are 17 storage depots in the country. According to the Petroleum Control Commission, illegal fuel deals and smuggling on the Malawi-Tanzania border result in fuel and revenue losses to the Malawian economy. Subsidies on paraffin in Malawi result in up to 2 million litres of paraffin being smuggled into Tanzania every month. Malawi obtains most of its lubricants from the BPSMS blending plant at Willowvale, Zimbabwe, with a small quantity coming from BP Southern Africa.

For information on Malawi Fuel contact details, please see the following link: 

4.7 Malawi Fuel Providers Contact List

Fuel Pricing

Malawi uses (since 2012) Automatic Pricing Mechanism (APM) where ruling pump prices are in line with movements in international prices for petroleum products and the local currency value against major trading currencies. Prices are reviewed on a monthly basis.

 

Fuel Prices per Litre as of: 19 September 2022

(Local currency and USD - $)

Petrol

K1,746.00

Diesel

K1,920.00

Paraffin

K1,236.00

Jet A-1

K1,463.70 for KIA

K1,415.93 for Chileka

LPG

K2,956.00 per kg

Electricity

K104.46/kwh

 

Seasonal Variations 

Malawi has been hit by crippling fuel shortages due to shortages of foreign currency.

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

Is there a rationing system?

Yes

Is fuel to lower income/vulnerable groups subsidized? 

n/a

Can the local industry expand fuel supply to meet humanitarian needs? 

Yes

Is it possible for a humanitarian organization to contract directly a reputable supplier/distributor to provide its fuel needs? 

Yes

Fuel Transportation

Most of Malawi's fuel imports are supplied via Tanzanian and South African ports, although additional sources of imports, via a pipeline from Mozambique, are also being developed. Total and BP offer electronic cards at refilling sites and fuel at wholesale prices in designated stations in all cities and some urban areas. All fuel products are transported by road into Malawi from the port(s) of entry

Standards, Quality and Testing

Industry Control Measures

Do tanks have adequate protection against water mixing with the fuel?

Yes

Are there filters in the system, monitors where fuel is loaded into aircraft?

Yes

Is there adequate epoxy coating of tanks on trucks?

Yes

Is there a presence of suitable fire fighting equipment?

Yes

 

Standards Authority

Is there a national or regional standards authority?

No

If yes, are the standards adequate/properly enforced?

  Adequate

 

Testing Laboratories

Are there national testing laboratories?

No

 

Fuel Quality Testing Laboratory

Company Malawi Bureau of Standards

Name 

Davlin Chokazinga - davlinchokazinga@mbsmw.org

Address

Trade Metrology Division, P.O. Box 946, Blantyre, Malawi

Telephone and Fax

Tel: +265 1 870 488

Fax: +265 1 870 756

Contact

n/a

Standards Used

ASTM Aviation Fuel Methods

IP Aviation Fuel Methods

Jointly Operated Systems (AFQRJOS), MIL, MOD, GOST and other protocols, standards and methods

Fuel Quality Testing Laboratory

Company

SGS South Africa Ltd

Name 

n/a

Address

58 Melville Street, 2091 Booysens, Johannesburg, South Africa

Telephone and Fax

Tel: +27 11 680 3466

Fax: +27 11 433 3654

Web: www.sa.sgs.com

Contact

n/a

Standards Used

ASTM Aviation Fuel Methods

IP Aviation Fuel Methods

Jointly Operated Systems (AFQRJOS), MIL, MOD, GOST and other protocols, standards and methods

Fuel Quality Testing Laboratory

Company

SGS Emoyeni Qualitest Pty Ltd

Name 

n/a

Address

n/a

Telephone and Fax

Tel: +27 31 466 2713

Fax: +27 31 466 2727

Web:   http://www.za.sgs.com/oil_gas_and_chemicals_za?lobId=10044002

Contact

n/a

Standards Used

ASTM Aviation Fuel Methods

IP Aviation Fuel Methods

Jointly Operated Systems (AFQRJOS), MIL, MOD, GOST and other protocols, standards and methods

 

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.

Malawi - 3.2 Malawi Transporters

Being a relatively small and landlocked country, the road infrastructure plays an important role for both the domestic and international transport of commodities in Malawi. During the early 2000’s Malawi was devoting nearly 4% of its GDP to road sector spending. Out of the 25,000 km road network 4000 are paved.  75 % of these paved roads are main roads.  Equally important is the identification of feeder roads, Malawi has 79,000 km of feeder roads connecting rural areas (such as farms and small villages) to local markets. The road quality in Malawi is good when analysing both paved and unpaved roads. Physical challenges for the road sector are mainly preservation related. Over 98% of road carriers based in Malawi have ten (10) or less vehicles thereby being classified as small or medium scale transporters and the remaining 2% can be classified as large-scale transporters. The humanitarian sector works with all types of transporters. Malawi has many transporters that deal in cross border trucking business but for large scale humanitarian operations, external transporters are also used to beef up capacity and use their economies of scale in terms of costs.

For more details about Malawi transporters, refer to 4.8 Malawi Transporter Contact List.

Transporters on the WFP roster are categorised based on their capacity and type of trucks as per table below.

Category Workload/ Week (Mtn)  Number of Trucks/Capacity/day   Remarks  
A  500 - 1500 10 - 25 Transporters with a mix of large and small truck sizes suitable for long haul transfers and off-road with smaller trucks, suitable for all routes. 
B 200 - 500  5 - 10 Transporters with 25 – 30 mt trucks only· Suitable for inter-warehouse transfers and districts with good road access for large trucks. 
C 100 - 200 1 - 5  Transporters with mostly small trucks. Suitable for off-road conditions to a certain limit as the trucks are not 4x4.

Malawi - 3.3 Malawi Manual Labour

The GoM has minimum rates for casual workers and semi-skilled workers which are available from the Ministry of Labour. The government of Malawi estimates that more than half of the population is of working age, unskilled labour is plentiful and skilled and semi-skilled labour is reeportedly scarce. The Labour Relations Act (LRA), enacted in 1997, governs labour-relations management in Malawi. The Act allows strikes and lockouts for registered workers and employers after dispute settlement procedures in collective agreements and conciliation have failed.

Twenty-nine unions were registered when workers gained the legal right to form and join trade unions and as of December 2008. Union membership is low, however, given the small percentage of the work force in the formal sector (about 12%), the lack of awareness of worker rights and benefits, and a resistance on the part of many employees to join unions. Only 13% of people employed in the formal sector belong to unions. Unions may form or join federations, and have the right to affiliate with and participate in the affairs of international workers' organizations. While the Government of Malawi is a signatory to the International Labour Organisation (ILO) Convention protecting worker rights, mechanisms for enforcing the provisions of the convention are reportedly weak. 

Type of labour

Local Currency

USD

Year/month

Daily general worker (unskilled casual worker) - (2nd year apprentice)

MWK 5,500

US$34.50

Jun 2010

Daily general worker (semi-skilled) - (3rd year apprentice)

MWK 6,500

US$40.60

Jun 2010

Daily general worker - (4th year apprentice) MWK 7,500  US$46.90 Jun 2010

Skilled labour

MWK 7,500 

US$46.90

Jun 2010

 

Malawi - 3.4 Malawi Telecommunications

The Malawi Communications Regulatory Authority (MACRA) was established in 1998 and later in 2017 to regulate by licensing and monitoring the provision of the communications services in Malawi. MACRA is responsible for licensing telecommunications, postal and broadcasting operators, settling disputes among operators, approving tariffs, promoting and monitoring free and fair competition, assigning and managing the radio frequency spectrum and numbering resources, type approving terminal equipment and protecting communication services consumers. MACRA also serves as the Secretariat for the Universal Service Funds (USF). Malawi’s telecommunications and internet industry is recovering from a two-year period of poor economic performance in 2011 and 2012. The current state of the industry is relatively young compared to most African countries, characterized by high prices and low penetration levels. Economic difficulties have hindered network upgrades, but the recent infrastructural developments put in place should see an improvement. 

For more information on telecoms contacts, please see the following link: 

4.11 Malawi Additional Service Provision 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) 

Landline services are available, but services are patchy 

Mobile Phone Providers  

List 

Approximate Percentage of National Coverage 

Simple and extensive coverage 

Communications Act and Communications (Electronic Communication Equipment) (Type Approval) Regulations 

Licensing procedures: 
Procedures for the importation of CPE equipment: 

  • All electronic communication equipment must have a provisional type approval, type approval or a type acceptance from the MACRA
  • All applicants for licences need to specify if they require scarce resources such as numbering or spectrum
  • During emergencies priority is given to applications that are related to safety of life and security of property and these should be processed within 24 hours 
  • Waivers for VSAT equipment user fees may be issued for humanitarian organisation during disasters and emergencies 
  • Requirements vary depending on the type of ICT equipment that is being imported 

Please note: Aircraft radio equipment require approval from MACRA prior to use. Besides, there is an MOU between MACRA and DCA where DCA will not issue an Aircraft licence prior to the user obtaining a radio licence. 

Regulations 

Regulations on usage or import of: 

Yes / No 

Regulating Authority 

Satellite 

n/a 

Need a class licence. Type approval required 

HF Radio 

Yes 

Need a class licence. Type approval required 

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

Yes 

Need a class licence. Type approval required 

UHF/VHF repeaters 

Yes 

Need a class licence, Type approval required 

GPS 

n/a 

No restrictions on usage 

VSAT 

Yes 

Need a class licence, Type approval required 

Individual Network Operator Licenses Required 

n/a 

Frequency Licenses Required 

 

Regulations on Usage and Import 

 

Regulations in Place? 

Regulating Authority 

Satellite 

Yes  

MACRA  

HF Radio 

 Yes 

MACRA  

UHF/VHF/HF Radio: Handheld, Base and Mobile 

 Yes 

MACRA  

UHF/VHF Repeaters 

 Yes 

MACRA  

GPS 

 No 

N/A  

VSAT 

 Yes 

MACRA  

Individual Network Operator Licences Required 

Yes 

Frequency Licenses Required 

Yes 

Existing Humanitarian Telecoms Systems 

Existing UN Telecommunication Systems 

Organizations  

UNDP 

WFP 

UNICEF 

WHO 

UNHCR 

VHF frequencies 

Yes 

Yes 

Yes 

Yes 

Yes 

HF frequencies 

Yes 

Yes 

Yes 

Yes 

Yes 

Repeaters 

(Locations) 

Lilongwe 

Lilongwe & Blantyre 

Lilongwe 

n/a 

n/a 

VSAT 

Yes 

Yes 

Yes 

Yes 

Yes 

Internet Service Providers (ISPs) 

In Malawi, there are more than Six Internet Service Providers who can be contracted by UN agencies, and other NGOs. Most of the companies have Service Level Agreement (SLA) with these ISPs. Those with most coverage are Inq Digital (formerly Syband), globe, Airtel and Telekom Networks Malawi, Malawi Telecommunications Limited among others. These provide both fixed and mobile broadband at different speeds and capacity depending on the SLAs All of these companies are privately owned, and prices are very competitive.

COMMUNICATION AND CONSULTING CENTER LIMITED

DATACOM

ESCOM

MALAWI NET

MALAWI SNDP

NITEL LIMITED

GLOBE INTERNET LIMITED

MAREN LIMITED

SKYBAND CORPORATION LIMITED

BUSINESS COMPUTERS LIMITED

Simbanet Limited

Computer Automation Limited

Mobile Content Africa Limited

Inq Digital Limited

Bengonet

Fast Networks

Airtel Malawi

Malcel Limited

Nyasa Mobile Limited

Open Connect Limited

Telecom Networks Malawi

Malawi Telecommunications Limited

Access Communications Limited

Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) 

For information on MNOs please visit their websites at  www.tnm.co.mw and www.airtel.mw as they are all listed companies.  

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) 

Telekom Networks Malawi 

 >99,000 agents nation wide 

Generally good apart from in hilly areas where network coverage is poor in the blind spots 

Yes, currently disbursing Mtukula Pakhomo funds to government beneficiaries in Thyolo, Karonga, Blantyre and Nkhotakota.

 

The company has ever processed and is still processing humanitarian funds to beneficiaries of Catholic Relief Services, World vision international, World Health, Manepo, Action Aid, Christian Aid, CARD, Feed the children and Concern worldwide just to mention a few

Merchant payments

Bulk disbursements

Bill payments

P2P transfers

International remittance

Savings and Lending

Investments

Collections

Insurance

Push to bank

Airtel Malawi 

 >99,000 Active Agents

Generally good apart from hilly areas where network coverage is poor in the blind spots

  • Airtel Malawi has over 1030 sites across the country and coverage is available in all the districts
  • These sites provide all technologies of 2G/3G/4G and so far with the following coverage footprint
    • 2G: 86% Population coverage
    • 3G: 84% Population coverage

4G: 69% Population coverage

Yes, in 2021 we conducted CUCI cash transfers implemented by National Local Govt Finance Committee and Ministry of Gender COVID19 Urban Cash Intervention (MK11.2Bn), and currently conducting COVID19 Urban Cash Intervention Phase 2 (MK4.6Bn)

Other partners contracted include Give Directly Inc, World Vision International, Christian Aid amongst others. In the past, we conducted WFP cash transfers for Lean Season response and MVAC projects with their participating partners that include Save The Children, Plan International and United Purpose

  • Bill payments and Merchant payments
  • Bulk disbursements usually done via Super Agents. 
  • Regular Sending and Receiving (P2P)

Cash-in and Cash-out services mostly done via Airtel Money Branches (>1,300) Airtel Money Kiosks (>4.000) and agents (>99,000) 

 

Malawi - 3.5 Malawi Food and Additional Suppliers

For a general overview of country data related to the service and supply sectors, please consult the following source: 

The Observatory of Economic Complexity – MIT (OEC): http://atlas.media.mit.edu/en/

 

For information on Malawi Food Suppliers and other Suppliers contact details, please see the following link: 

4.11 Malawi Additional Services 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. 

 

Malawi - 3.5.1 Malawi Food Suppliers

Overview 

The Agricultural Development and Marketing Corporation (ADMARC) used to be the only channel for grain trade in the country and was not allowed to buy or sell grain through other channels. However, liberalization of business activities now allows ADMARC to trade grain freely with any commercial bodies. ADMARC has over 400 warehouses at key locations across Malawi with a total capacity of 270,000 mt. ADMRC has smaller warehouses in all district centers and markets with capacities ranging from 50 to 200 mt. Storage facilities are available on a commercial basis but only on a space availability basis. ADMARC request that all requests for services or procurement are made through their Head Office in Blantyre. NFRA (National Food Reserve Agency), a government affiliated corporation, buys grain from farmers and traders and uses the NFRA silos for storage, the only silos in the country, as a national Emergency Strategic Grain Reserve (ESGR) 

NFRA silos: Kanengo near Lilongwe (180,000 mt), Mangochi (20,000 mt), Luchenza (20,000 mt), Mzuzu (20,000 mt). The NFRA silo complex at Kanengo is one of the largest silo complex’s in Africa. NFRA warehouses: Kanengo (26,000 mt), Limbe (40,000 mt), Bangula (7,000 mt) and Kazomba in the north (7,000 mt). All silos and warehouse facilities have weighbridges that are calibrated by MBS every six months. All silo complex’s have bagging facilities but there are no mobile bagging units in Malawi. New warehouse facilities are planned at Kanengo and Kazomba which will be available for use by humanitarian organisations on a commercial basis 

Additional information can be located from sources which are regularly maintained and reflect current facts and figures. For more specific and detailed overviews of food availability and market conditions, please consult the following sources:

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

4.11 Malawi Additional Services Contact List

Retail Sector 

The retail sector in Malawi is dominated by small family owned stores across the country. Due to the limited capacity of the retailers, most consumer items that are found in stores are specific, however due to increased number of market players, consumers are able to access their needs within the market.

Types of Retailers Available 

Type of Retailer 

Rank (1-5) 

Supermarket – concentrates mainly in supplying a range of food, beverage, cleaning and sanitation products; have significant purchasing power; are often part of national/regional/global chains. 

3/5 

Examples: 

  1. Chipiku Plus 
  1. Game stores 
  1. Shoprite 
  1. City supermarket 
  1. Sana Mega Store. 

However, these retailer shops are found in the major cities of the country i.e Lilongwe, Blantyre, Mzuzu and Zomba 

Convenience Store/Mini Market – medium sized shop; offers a more limited range of products than supermarkets; usually has good/stable purchasing power; may be part of chain or cooperative. 

2/5 

The following retailer shops also have mini- Markets across the country in almost all the districts. 

  1. Peoples Trading Centre/Metro (Although facing some challenges as several shops have closed up) 
  1. Sana 
  1. Chipiku 

 

Permanent shop with strong supply capacity – individually/family owned store; usually offers fewer commodities and a limited selection of brands; good storage and reliable supply options. 

This does not apply in Malawi retail context 

Permanent shop with limited supply capacity – individually/family owned store; offers fewer commodities and a limited selection of brands; limited storage and unstable supply options. 

1/5

There are a lot of individual owned stores across the country. Most of these are found in the high density and rural areas in almost all the districts   

Mobile Shop/Market Stand – individually/family owned store; usually offers fewer commodities and a limited selection of brands; may be found at outdoor markets, camps or unstable environments. 

5/5

This has just been introduced into our markets (only major cities) but very minimal supply. 

 

Wholesale

Supplier Overview 

Company Name 

KALARIA WHOLESALERS 

Address 

N/A

Does the supplier have its own production / manufacturing capacity? 

 

No

Does the supplier have its own retail capacity? 

 

Retail shops operates under their sister company (Chipiku stores) 

Does the supplier have its own transport capacity? 

Yes  

Does the supplier have its own storage facilities? 

Yes  

Approximate Turnover in MT 

 

 N/A

Payment Methods Accepted 

Cash on delivery and Bank transfers 

Other Comments or Key Information 

 N/A

 

 

Primary Goods / Commodities Available 

Commodities by Type** 

(SITC Rev 4 Division Code - Title) 

Comments 

00 - Live animals (other than fish, crustaceans, molluscs, etc.) 

i.e. sheep and goats, swine, poultry… 

N/A

01 - Meat and meat preparations 

i.e. meat of bovine animals, meat of sheep, dried or smoked meat of swine, sausages… 

Locally sourced 

02 - Dairy products and birds’ eggs 

i.e. milk, yogurt, butter, cheese, eggs… 

Locally sourced 

03 - Fish (not marine mammals), crustaceans, molluscs, etc.

i.e. fish (chilled or frozen), fish (salted or in brine), fish liver and roes… 

Locally sourced and Imported 

04 - Cereals and cereal preparations 

i.e. wheat, rice, flour of maize, pasta... 

Locally sourced and Imported

05 - Vegetables and fruit 

i.e. vegetables, fruit and nuts, jams/jellies, fruit juices… 

Locally sourced and Imported

06 - Sugars, sugar preparations and honey 

i.e. sugars (beet or cane) raw, natural honey, fruit/nuts preserved by sugar … 

Locally sourced and Imported

07 - Coffee, tea, cocoa, spices and manufactures thereof 

i.e. coffee, cocoa, chocolate, tea, mate, pepper… 

Locally sourced and Imported

09 - Miscellaneous edible products and preparations 

i.e. ready-to-eat foods, margarine, sauces, soups and broths, yeasts… 

Locally sourced and Imported

41 - Animal oils and fats 

i.e. lard, fats and oils… 

Imported 

42/43 - Fixed vegetable fats and oils, crude, refined or fractionated 

i.e. soya bean oil, olive oil, maize oil, vegetable oil… 

Locally sourced and Imported

**For non-FOOD products please see section 3.5.2 Additional Suppliers, and for FUEL/PETROLEUM products please see section 3.1 Fuel.

 

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.

 

Malawi - 3.6 Malawi Additional Services

Overview 

In Malawi, there are several companies for the provision of different essential services which can meet organisational requirements. The key challenge is availability of internet connectivity in remote locations. 

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

4.11 Additional Services Contact List

Accommodation 

In Malawi, there are several service providers for accommodation. As per UN requirement, UNDSS and other UN staff from different agencies conduct assessment for both international staff houses and hotels. The hotels are enough to support large influx of demand. Some hotel contacts are attached to 4.11 Additional Services Contact List

Electricity and Power 

In Malawi, the main source of electricity and power is hydro through national grid with a backup from generators placed in main two cities, Blantyre and Lilongwe. Power generation is managed by a private company and sales are managed by Government institution, Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi (ESCOM). The Government is planning to import some electricity from Mozambique, but the current power is being expanded into remote areas. The outage which should have been minimized by the generators from 8 hours is getting worse to a maximum of 14 hours a day and the voltage is 240 

 

Electricity and Power Summary Table 

Production Unit 

Type 

(Hydroelectric, Thermal, etc.) 

Installed 

Capacity (MW) 

Current Production (MW) 

EGENCO 

Hydroelectrical 

309 

205 

AGGREKO 

Generator 

78 

78 

Financial Services 

Malawi has several financial service providers where any organisation can reasonably find economic services such as banks, credit card, accountancy companies, audit companies and mobile money.

  

NATIONAL BANK OF MALAWI 

This is one of the major commercial banks in Malawi. It is licensed as a commercial bank, by the Reserve Bank of Malawi, central bank and national banking regulator. It is a subsidiary of Press Corporation Limited. It is a private institution, and they have several branches across the country. 

Company Overview 

Company Name 

National Bank of Malawi 

Address 

P.O Box 947, Blantyre, Malawi- Phone 01 820622  

  

Available? 

Comments (max / min transfer or exchange amounts, etc.) 

Has IBAN, BIC, or SWIFT number? 

Yes  

Have swift code 

Provides currency exchange? 

Yes  

 n/a

Will initiate / receive wire transfers? 

Yes  

 n/a

Provides Loan / Credit services? 

Yes  

 n/a

Other Comments or Key Information 

This is one of the major and reliable banks in Malawi 

  

STANDARD BANK 

This is a financial service provider through bank services. It is an international financial service provider, and they have several branches across the country. 

Company Overview 

Company Name 

Standard Bank 

Address 

P.O Box 30380, Blantyre, Malawi- Phone 0993 386 839  

  

Available? 

Comments (max / min transfer or exchange amounts, etc.) 

Has IBAN, BIC, or SWIFT number? 

Yes  

n/a

Provides currency exchange? 

Yes  

n/a

Will initiate / receive wire transfers? 

Yes  

n/a

Provides Loan / Credit services? 

Yes  

n/a

Other Comments or Key Information 

 n/a

  

Other Locations 

Region(s) 

Service Location(s) 

The bank has presence in all four regions of Malawi, Southern, Eastern, Central and Northern parts of Malawi 

It has a total of 27 branches across the country 

  

NBS BANK 

This is one of the commercial banks in Malawi. It is licensed as a commercial bank, by the Reserve Bank of Malawi, central bank and national banking regulator. It is a subsidiary of NICO Holdings. It is a private institution, and they have several branches across the country. 

Company Overview 

Company Name 

NBS Bank  

Address 

P.O Box 32251, Chichiri, Blantyre 3, Malawi- Phone 01 812222  

  

Available? 

Comments (max / min transfer or exchange amounts, etc.) 

Has IBAN, BIC, or SWIFT number? 

Yes  

 n/a

Provides currency exchange? 

Yes  

 n/a

Will initiate / receive wire transfers? 

Yes  

 n/a

Provides Loan / Credit services? 

Yes  

 n/a

Other Comments or Key Information 

 n/a

 

Other Locations 

Region(s) 

Service Location(s) 

The bank has presence in all four regions of Malawi, Southern, Eastern, Central and Northern parts of Malawi 

It has a total of 25 branches across the country 

  

FDH BANK

This is one of the commercial banks in Malawi. It is licensed as a commercial bank, by the Reserve Bank of Malawi, central bank and national banking regulator. It is a private institution, and they have several branches across the country.

Company Overview 

Company Name 

FDH Bank  

Address 

P.O Box 512, Blantyre, Malawi- Phone 01 823 044  

  

Available? 

Comments (max / min transfer or exchange amounts, etc.) 

Has IBAN, BIC, or SWIFT number? 

Yes  

 n/a

Provides currency exchange? 

Yes  

 n/a

Will initiate / receive wire transfers? 

Yes  

 n/a

Provides Loan / Credit services? 

Yes  

 n/a

Other Comments or Key Information 

 n/a

   

Other Locations 

Region(s) 

Service Location(s) 

The bank has presence in all four regions of Malawi, Southern, Eastern, Central and Northern parts of Malawi 

It has a total of 53 branches across the country 

  

FIRST CAPITAL BANK (FCB) 

This is one of the commercial banks in Malawi. It is licensed as a commercial bank, by the Reserve Bank of Malawi, central bank and national banking regulator. It is an international bank, and they have several branches across the country.

Company Overview 

Company Name 

First Capital Bank 

Address 

Private Bag 122, Blantyre, Malawi- Phone 01 820245  

  

Available? 

Comments (max / min transfer or exchange amounts, etc.) 

Has IBAN, BIC, or SWIFT number? 

Yes 

 n/a

Provides currency exchange? 

Yes 

 n/a

Will initiate / receive wire transfers? 

Yes 

 n/a

Provides Loan / Credit services? 

Yes 

 n/a

Other Comments or Key Information 

  n/a

  

Other Locations 

Region(s) 

Service Location(s) 

The bank has presence in all four regions of Malawi, Southern, Eastern, Central and Northern parts of Malawi 

It has a total of 7 branches across the country 

 

AIRTEL MOBILE MONEY 

Malawi's leading service provider of prepaid, post-paid mobile and mobile money transfer services. It is an international company, a subsidiary of Airtel Africa.

Company Overview 

Company Name 

Airtel Malawi 

Address 

P.O Box 57, Lilongwe, Malawi- Phone 0999 901 300 

  

Available? 

Comments (max / min transfer or exchange amounts, etc.) 

Has IBAN, BIC, or SWIFT number? 

No 

  n/a

Provides currency exchange? 

No 

  n/a

Will initiate / receive wire transfers? 

Yes  

Mobile money transactions 

Provides Loan / Credit services? 

No 

  n/a

Other Comments or Key Information 

  n/a

 

Other Locations 

Region(s) 

Service Location(s) 

Airtel Malawi has presence in all four regions of Malawi, Southern, Eastern, Central and Northern parts of Malawi 

It has a total of 21 branches across the country 

  

TELEKOM NETWORKS MALAWI plc. 

Telekom Networks Malawi plc is a telecommunications service provider in Malawi. The company is a subsidiary of Press Corporation Limited and is the second leading service provider of prepaid, post-paid mobile and mobile money transfer services.

Company Overview 

Company Name 

Telekom Networks Malawi plc. 

Address 

P.O Box 3039, Blantyre, Malawi- Phone 0888 800 800  

  

Available? 

Comments (max / min transfer or exchange amounts, etc.) 

Has IBAN, BIC, or SWIFT number? 

No 

 n/a

Provides currency exchange? 

No 

 n/a

Will initiate / receive wire transfers? 

Yes 

Mobile money transactions 

Provides Loan / Credit services? 

No 

 n/a

Other Comments or Key Information 

 n/a

  

Other Locations 

Region(s) 

Service Location(s) 

TNM has several branches across the country 

 n/a

Clearing and Forwarding Agents 

There are different companies for clearing and forwarding services. They are reliable and can be found in major cities like Lilongwe, Blantyre and Mzuzu. Some companies are also available close to border post locations such as Songwe in Karonga, Mchinji, Dedza and Mwanza. 

Construction, Handling Equipment and Power Generation Equipment

Malawi also has different companies providing handling equipment services. Equipment can either be sourced through rent / lease or purchase. some of available equipment are folk lifts and cranes. Both wooden and plastic pallets are available for purchase only. 

Postal and Courier Services 

There is only one main postal office controlled by government institution called Malawi Post Corporation (MPC) and it also has a reliable courier service called Malawi Post Courier. It is present is in almost all districts of Malawi. 

There are also reliable private Courier Service providers across the country.

Printing and Publishing 

Malawi has a few printing and publishing companies available in cities such as Blantyre, Lilongwe, Mzuzu and major towns.

Taxi Companies 

There are several Taxi service providers in Malawi and they are mainly available in Airports and Hotels. There is no regulatory body conducting an oversight for this particular service.

Vehicle Rental 

Malawi has several companies providing car hire services and organisations can reasonably meet their need through renting at any duration.   

 

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. 

Malawi - 3.7 Malawi Waste Management Infrastructure Assessment

Overview

Malawi, as many other developing Countries, faces many challenges in the management of waste from generation, collection, transportation, treatment to disposal. Population growth, rapid urbanization, increasing industrialisation, rising incomes and a more sophisticated form of consumerism are leading to an increase in the amount and toxicity of waste, especially in the cities.

 Malawi faces challenges in managing this waste due to inadequate and poor infrastructure, low awareness, limited human, and financial resources as well as poor coordination among stakeholders. It is estimated that on average, waste generation rate is at 0.5kg/person/day (NCST, 2015). The cities of Malawi are challenged by the accumulation of waste due to the rapid increase in the urban population and the limited resources for public service delivery. Most of the waste is generated at household, marketplaces, cities, towns, institutions, and industrial zones. However, there are inadequate statistics on waste generation generally.

Poor waste management poses a threat to public health and the environment. The uncontrolled burning of waste creates particulate and persistent organic pollutant emissions that are highly damaging locally and globally. Accumulated waste and blocked drains encourage vectors to breed, resulting in the spread of malaria, cholera and other infectious diseases and are a major contributing factor to flooding. Uncontrolled dumpsites, and, in particular, the mixing of hazardous and other wastes, can cause disease in neighbouring settlements as well as among waste workers. Poorly managed waste can pollute both surface and groundwater causing toxicity of drinking water and contamination of the ecosystem (Source; National Waste Management Strategy).

Waste Collection and disposal

There is minimal waste segregation at source within the CBD areas, industries, institutions and at household level. This has resulted in mixing of different types of wastes, including hazardous waste. However, there is considerable segregation of healthcare waste.

Local authorities are responsible for the collection of waste. Currently, waste collection is very low at about 30% (LCC Interview) due to factors such as inadequate collection vehicles and financial constraints. In some cities such as Lilongwe, the Council has privatized waste collection and transportation through informal public- private partnership arrangements and the private waste operators dominate collection in residential areas at a fee. Waste collectors obtain consent from city councils to collect waste from designated areas.

Waste transportation is largely rudimentary using open trucks and hand carts, among other methods. These poor transportation modes have led to littering, making wastes such as plastics an eye-sore at the same time a health and environmental hazard. However, there are a few appropriate transportation trucks that operate mainly in the cities.

There are very few waste treatment methods used in the country with the main method being composting for solid waste. Other treatment methods include incineration, biogas, and recycling of materials such as paper, polythene, plastics, glass, scrap metals, used oil, e-waste and waste tyres.

Only about 30% of all waste is collected for disposal and the rest is disposed of indiscriminately. Most households dispose of their waste in rubbish pits. In most cases, households from the selected locations in the cities of Lilongwe, Blantyre and Mzuzu dump waste in a pit within the plot or by throwing waste on roadside. 42% dispose in rubbish pits, 11.9% dump on the roadside and 25.4% dump in, empty spaces (EAD 2010). Some private operators who collect waste in residential areas dispose of the waste in areas specifically designated for that purpose by local government authorities, while others dump the waste in open fields or riverbanks.

Waste Management Regulations and Recycling Details

The policy and legal framework for waste management comprises the Constitution, various sectoral policies, Acts, regulations, by-laws, standards, and guidelines. The following are some of the policies and laws that are applicable to waste management.

  1. Environment Management (Chemical and Toxic Substances Management) Regulations 2008

The Regulations apply to any person in Malawi whose undertaking involves or includes the manufacturing, repackaging, importation, exportation, transportation, distribution, sale or other mode of handling toxic substances and chemicals and in respect of any activity in relation to toxic substances and chemicals which involves a risk of harm to human health or the environment. This includes chemical wastes which are defined as any unwanted or waste chemical or chemical formulation generated from any process which can cause danger to both human health and the environment. Local authorities are required to make by-laws for the management of chemicals and toxic substances and chemical wastes in their respective areas of jurisdiction

  1. The Public Health Act, Cap.34:01 of the Laws of Malawi

The Act creates the legal framework for the protection of public health in Malawi and broadly provides for powers of the administration to regulate and control issues such as animal and food production and handling, food and water supply and sewerage. Part IX deals with sanitation and housing and contains provisions prohibiting nuisances.

  1. The Local Government Act, Cap. 22:01 of the Laws of   Malawi

The Act implements the aspirations contained in the Decentralization Policy. It       provides that a District Council shall establish various service committees including a committee on Health and the Environment.

  1. Malawi Bureau of Standards Act, Cap 51:02 of the Laws of Malawi

The Ministry of Industry and Trade through the Malawi Bureau of Standards (MBS) is                 responsible for the administration of the Act. The MBS has the authority to establish and             implement standards.

Institutional Arrangements

Malawi has put in place institutional arrangements to deal with waste management.  The Environmental Affairs Department (EAD) under the Environment Management Act is mandated to coordinate the management of the environment including issues relating to waste. However, specific responsibilities for waste management lie with various sectoral institutions which are mandated by sectoral legislation.

The table below summarizes the roles and responsibilities of the various stakeholders for waste management.

 

Institution/ Sector /Entity

Mandate

Legislation

Contact Information

Ministry of Natural Resources, Energy and Mining

Provide policy guidance and direction on all matters concerning Malawi’s natural resources, energy, and environmental management through the Environmental Affairs Department

Coordinate the management of the environment including issues relating to waste management

Environment Management Act

Physical Location; 2nd Floor, Capital House, City Centre, Lilongwe.

Physical Address; Ministry of Energy, Private Bag 309, Lilongwe 3, Malawi.

Telephone: +265 1 770 688

Fax; +265 1 770 094/771954

Email; info@energy.gov.mw

Environment Affairs Department

 

Environment Management Act,

Environment Management (Waste Management and Sanitation) Regulations

Physical address; bag 394, Lilongwe, Malawi.

Phone; 01 771 111

Fax; 01 751 685.

Pesticides Control Board

 

Protection against particular hazards arising from the use of pesticides

 

Pesticides Act

 

Physical address; The registrar, Pesticides Control Board, P.O. Box 51300, Limbe

Telephone: +265 997 967 203/ 0887 030 517

 Website: https://www.pcb.mw

Ministry of Industry and Trade

Promotion of both internal and external trade

Control of Goods Act,

Physical address; Gemini House, City Centre, Lilongwe.

Postal Address; P.O. Box 30366, City Centre, Lilongwe.

Telephone; +265 1 770 244

Fax; +265 1 770 614

Email: moit@moit.gov.mw

Ministry of Health

Provision of preventive health and medical services

Public Health Act

 

Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development

To further the constitutional order based on democratic principles, accountability, objectives of local transparency and participation of the people in decision-making and development processes

Local Government Act, and waste bylaws

- Environment Management (Hazardous Waste) Regulations:

Environment Management (Chemicals and Toxic Substances Management) Regulations, Public Health Act,

Postal address; P.O. Box 30377, Lilongwe, Malawi

Phone; +265 1 789 400

Fax; +265 1 789 534/789536

Email: info@daniel-pc.localhost

Malawi      Bureau of  Standards

Promote standardization of commodities and of their manufacture,                                    production, processing or treatment; and further to provide for matters incidental to, or connected with standardization

Malawi Bureau of Standards   Act

Postal address; Ali Hassan Mwinyi road, P.O. Box 946, Blantyre, Malawi.

Telephone; +265 1 870 488

Fax; +265 1 870 756

Email: mbs@mbsmw.org

Businesses/ Industry

 

Environment Management Act,

Environment Management (Waste Management and Sanitation) Regulations

Environment Management (Chemicals and Toxic Substances Management) Regulations,

Public Health Act

 

Medical facilities

 

Environment Management Act,

Environment Management (Waste Management and Sanitation) Regulations

Environment Management (Chemicals and Toxic Substances Management) Regulations,

 

Public Health Act

Council bylaws

 

Waste Disposal Sites/Plants

 

Public Health Act,   Council by-laws

 

Employers

 

Occupational Safety and Health Act,

 

Environment Management Act,

 

Environment Management (Waste Management and Sanitation) Regulations

 

Environment Management (Chemicals and Toxic Substances Management) Regulations,

 

Pesticides Act

 

The public

 

Environment                           Management Act

 

 

Environment Management (Hazardous                                     Waste) Regulations

 

 

Environment Management (Chemicals and Toxic Substances Management) Regulations

 

 

Water Resources Act

 

 

Fisheries Conservation and Management Act

Pesticides Act Council by-laws

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Authorized Waste Management Service Providers

Municipal Authorities are mandated to manage the solid waste generated within their jurisdiction, but this responsibility can be shared with private companies through PPP whereby the city can delegate some of its services to private companies as in the case of the Lilongwe City Council.

Landfills/Waste Disposal Sites in Malawi

The sites for waste disposal in the Country are located at 5 miles in Zomba City, Area 38 in Lilongwe City, Mzedi in Blantyre City, Nsilo in Mzuzu City and Katili in Karonga among others. The municipal authorities manage their respective site. Due to poor or lack of management of the sites, no proper records are kept. For example, information or records on matters such as type and weight of waste are non-existent. In addition, most of the workforce operating these disposal sites have minimal or no training on how to safely manage these facilities. Only Katili in Karonga and Nsilo in Mzuzu are fenced and protected, the rest give access to scavengers who normally disrupt the sound management of the sites.

Recycling Programmes

At a Country Level there is no substantial data regarding existing recycling programmes and facilities. But in the case of Lilongwe City recycling is being done formally by the Lilongwe City Council through Waste Transfer Stations and by identified Recycling Companies, and informally by scavengers usually found at the Area 38 Dumpsite.

Currently, Lilongwe City Council recognizes 6 Waste Transfer Stations (located at Area 25, Kauma, Area 13, Chinsapo, Kawale 1 and Area 24) and 18 Recycling companies (attached).

Waste Management legislation and Operational Challenges

At both National and regional level there are the following legislation; The Constitution of Malawi, Environmental Management Regulations (2008), The Public Health Act, The Local Government Act (2017) and the Malawi Bureau of Standards Act. At Local Level, as far as Lilongwe City is concerned, there is the Solid Waste Management city by-laws, Policy and Institutional Framework for Integrated and Sustainable Solid Waste Management for the Lilongwe City Council (2017) and Private Waste Operators guidelines on Management of Liquid and Solid Waste (2017).

The main challenges as far as solid waste management is concerned include; Weak and outdated legislation, Lack of enforcement of existing laws and regulations, Lack of resources (Financial, human), Few and outdated working tools/Equipment, Low level of public participation on solid waste management issues/activities, Low level of community sensitization and awareness on proper solid waste management at individual level, household level and community level, etc.

Hazardous Waste Disposal

In general, Hazardous waste is disposed at designated locations by responsible authorities. As far as Hazardous Waste Disposal in Lilongwe City is concerned, The Lilongwe City Council only permit industrial toxic/ hazardous/Nob-biodegradable waste to be disposed of at the Area 38 dumpsite. This includes oils, petrol and lubricants. Medical Waste in not allowed to be disposed of at the dumpsite instead it is incinerated in the available medical facilities/hospital incinerators in the city.

As far as E-waste, including air conditioners and refrigerators, disposal is concerned there are no existing by-laws  on the matter but it is heavily discouraged to dispose the E-Waste at the disposal site.

The Lilongwe City Council has Waste destruction and disposal procedures that ensure that hazardous waste is properly disposed of so as to cause minimum environmental damage as possible. The disposal methods range from burying to open burning of the waste.

Non-Hazardous Waste Disposal

In general, non-hazardous waste is disposed at designated locations in all cities and  towns. For Lilongwe City, Municipal non-harzadous waste is disposed of through open dumping at the area 38 dumpsite. Non-harzadous Waste (domestic, commercial, institutional, rubble, etc.) from areas and usually unsegregated is collected and disposed of at the area 38 dumpsite. There are dumpsite attendants at the site which guide waste collection vehicles to the proper disposal area. Some of this waste is collected and transported to Waste Transfer Stations for recycling and reusing purposes.

Most households, especially in informal settlements, dispose of their waste in open spaces, on riverbanks, and along roadsides. Most waste is burned (creating greenhouse gases) or is dumped in open pits or spaces. Our 2017 baseline calculated that only 8.7% of all generated waste is collected; though, our current estimate is that about 120 tons/day, or 22% of the waste generated is collected. The rate is much less than most other major African cities. Waste collection problems confront the city at every step of the chain.  The solid waste dump site for Lilongwe City is not a proper landfill. It has the potential to cause environment and health problems. During rainy season leached waste is likely to infiltrate our ground water causing water and soil pollution. Heavy winds may also blow away waste, causing air pollution. The site is overwhelmed by scavengers, who are virtually unregulated and the site is not paved making it difficult for waste delivery vehicles to reach specific places during the rainy season.

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.

Malawi - 4 Malawi Contact List

In the following subsections the contact details for Malawi will be presented. 

Malawi - 4.1 Malawi Government Contact List

Ministry Department National or Provincial/State Authority City / Town Street / Physical Address Name Title Email Phone Number (Office) Phone Number (mobile) Fax Number Website 

Malawi Department of Disaster Management Affairs

Disaster Management Affairs

National

Lilongwe

Capital Hill, Private Bag 336, Lilongwe 3, Malawi

 Charles Kalemba

Commissioner

dodma@dodma.gov.mw

ckalemba@hotmail.com

+265 1 789 188,

+265 999 279515

n/a

n/a

MBS (Malawi Bureau of Standards) HQ

n/a

n/a

n/a

Malawi Bureau of Standards, Trade Metrology Division, P.O. Box 946, Blantyre, Malawi

Symon Mandala

Director General

mbs@malawi.net

+265 1 870 488

 

+265 1 870 756

 www.mbsmw.org

MBS - Southern Regional Office

n/a

n/a

n/a

 Malawi Bureau of Standards, Trade Metrology Division, P.O. Box 30004, Chichiri, Blantyre 3, Malawi

n/a

n/a

mbsbt@malawi.net

+265 1 870 488

n/a

+265 1 870 756

www.mbsmw.org

MBS - Central Regional Office

n/a

n/a

n/a

Malawi Bureau of Standards, Trade Metrology Division, Amina House, P.O. Box 156, Lilongwe

n/a

n/a

 mbsll@malawi.net

 +265 1 758 341

n/a

+265 1 758 418

www.mbsmw.org

MBS - Northern Regional Office

n/a

n/a

n/a

Malawi Bureau of Standards, Trade Metrology Division, P.O. Box 200419, Mzuzu, Malawi

n/a

n/a

 mbsmz@malawi.net

+265 1 320 434

n/a

 +265 1 320 434

www.mbsmw.org

Malawi Quality Testing Services

n/a

n/a

n/a

 Malawi Quality Testing Services, Chitedze Research Station, P.O. Box 158, Lilongwe, Malawi

Ireen Dillah

Plant Protection Inspector

agric-reserch@sdnpmw.net

+265 1 707 222 

+265999775027

+265 1 707 019

www.mbsmw.org

Pharmacy Medicines And Poisons Board

Ministry of Health

n/a

Lilongwe

Post Office Box: 30241, Lilongwe, Malawi

Charles Chimenya

Acting Director General

n/a

+265 1 75 5165

n/a

+2651 772 428

http://apps.who.int/medicinedocs/en/d/Jwhozip43e/26.1.8.html

Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority (MERA)

n/a

n/a

Lilongwe

Private Bag B496
Capiyal City
Lilongwe 3, Malawi

 Mr. Henry Kachaje

Chief Executive Officer

mera@meramalawi.mw

+265 (0) 1 775 810

n/a

+265 (0) 1 772 666

www.meramalawi.mw

Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA)

n/a

n/a

Blantyre

Msonkho House
Private Bag 247
Blantyre

Commissioner General

n/a

mrahq@mra.mw

+265 1 822 588

n/a

 +265 1 880 439

www.mra.mw

ITS SOCOTEC

n/a

n/a

n/a

5th Floor, Delamere House, Victoria Avenue, Private Bag 3, Blantyre, Malawi

 

Branch Manager

n/a

 +265 1 831 420 

+265 999 951 728

 +265 1 831 420

n/a

ITS SOCOTEC

n/a

n/a

n/a

Nasfarm Building, City Centre, Lilongwe 3, Malawi

William Kumwenda

Country Manager

william@socotecmw.net

 +265 1 774 700 

+265 999 988 211

+265 1 774 704

n/a

SGS Malawi

n/a

n/a

n/a

23 Chilembwe Road, Blantyre, Malawi

Anthony Chikwiri

: Country Manager

anthony.chikwiri@sgs.com

+265 1 822 060

+265 888 831 053

n/a

www.sgs.com/contact_us.htm?clickedcountry=76

SGS Malawi

n/a

n/a

n/a

 Ground Floor, Tama House, City Centre, Lilongwe, Malawi

Don Chinyundo

Branch Manager

Don.chinyundo@sgs.com

+265 1 775 000

+265 999466348

+265 1 775 004

www.sgs.com/contact_us.htm?clickedcountry=76

SADC – Southern Africa Development Community

n/a

n/a

n/a

Southern African Development Community – SADC, P.O. Box 219, Lilongwe 3, Malawi

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

www.sadc.int

Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa – COMESA

n/a

National

n/a

Hon. Minister Ministry of Commerce & Industry, P O Box 30366, Lilongwe 3, Malawi

Hon. Minister Ministry of Commerce & Industry, P O Box 30366, Lilongwe 3, Malawi

Minister of Commerce & Industry

n/a

+265 1 780 244

n/a

+265 1 780 680

www.comesa.int

Southern Regional Office

n/a

Regional

n/a

Malawi Revenue Authority, Msonkho House, Independence drive, Private Bag 247, Blantyre, Malawi

n/a

n/a

mrarms@mra.mw

+265 1 873 131

n/a

+265 1 822 588

www.mra.mw

MRA - Central Regional Office

n/a

Regional

n/a

Malawi Revenue Authority, Msonkho House, P.O. Box 275, Lilongwe, Malawi

n/a

 

mrarmc@mra.mw

+265 1 762 899

+2650888326730

+265 1 762 899

www.mra.mw

MRA - Northern Regional Office

n/a

Regional

n/a

Malawi Revenue Authority, Mpico House, P.O. Box 312, Mzuzu, Malawi

n/a

n/a

mrarmn@mra.mw

+265 1 312 143

n/a

+265 1 312 165

www.mra.mw

National Roads Authority of Malawi

The Roads Authority falls under the Ministry of Transport and Public Works.

Management consists of a Chief Executive Officer and four directors responsible for Planning & Design.

National

n/a

 Functional Building, off Paul Kagame Road, Private Bag B346, Lilongwe 3, Malawi

Benjamin Kapoteza

Director

nra@nramw.com

 +265 1 753 699

+265) 1 759 154 (265) 888 209 348

 +265 1 750 307

 www.nra.malawi.net

National Roads Authority of Malawi

n/a

Aret Premises
P.O. Box 624
Lilongwe 3

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

racentre@nramw.com

+265 1 759 815

+265888 209 348
(265) 888 209 349

+265 1 759 896

n/a

National Roads Authority of Malawi

n/a

Lonrho Building,

Churchill Road, P.O. Box 373, Blantyre,

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

rasouth@nramw.com

+265 1 847 354

n/a

+265 1 847 354

n/a

National Roads Authority of Malawi

n/a

Nocma Road, 
P.O. Box 20050, Mzuzu 2

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

ranorth@nramw.com

+265 1 311 022

n/a

+265 1 311 065

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. 

Malawi - 4.2 Malawi Humanitarian Agency Contact List

Organization

Street / Physical Address

Name

Title

Email

Phone Number (office)

Phone Number (mobile)

Fax Number

Website 

FAO

Evelyn Court, Area 13 P.O. Box 30750, Lilongwe 3, Malawi

Zhijun Chen

Representative

fao_mw@fao.org

+265 1 772 118 

 

+265 999 960 102

 

+265 1 773 737

https://kulimamalawi.org/fao

IFAD

Bunda College of Agriculture, P.O. Box 219, Lilongwe 3, Malawi

 Bernadetta Mukunyora

Country Representative

b.mukunyora@ifad.org

+265 1 755 174

 

+265 1 755 134

https://www.ifad.org/en/web/operations/w/country/malawi

ILO

n/a

George Okutho

Country Director

okutho@ilo.org

 +265 1 771 444

 

 +265 999 828 154

 

+265 1 771 402

https://www.ilo.org/africa/countries-covered/malawi/lang--en/index.htm

IMF

Kang’ombe House, P.O. Box B354, Lilongwe 3, Malawi

Farayi Gwenhamo

Resident Representative

rr-mwi@imf.org

+265 1 772 155

 

 

 +265 1 774 128

https://www.imf.org/external/siteindex.htm

UN Habitat

C/o UNDP, Plot N° 7, Area 40, P.O. Box 30135, Capital City, Lilongwe 3, Malawi

John Chome

Programme Manager

 john.chome@undp.org

+265 1 770 788 

 

+265 999 964 130

 

+265 1 773 162

 

https://mirror.unhabitat.org/categories.asp?catid=213

UN Resident Coordinator

Area 40, Plot N° 7, P.O. Box 30571, Capital City, Lilongwe 3, Malawi

Maria Do Valle Ribeiro

 

Resident Coordinator a.i

ribeiro6@un.org

+263 4 792 681

 

 

+263 4 792 356

https://unsdg.un.org/about/who-we-are

UNAIDS

Evelyn Court, Area 13 P.O. Box 30135, Lilongwe 3, Malawi

Nuha Ceesay

Country Director

mailto:brennyp@unaids.org

Ceesayn@unaids.org

 +265 1 773 500

 

 

+265 1 773 637

https://www.unaids.org/en

UNCDF

C/o UNDP, Plot N° 7, Area 40, P.O. Box 30135, Capital City, Lilongwe 3, Malawi

Iris Kissiti

Digital Finance Country Specialist

iris.kissiti@uncdf.org

+265 1 774 666

 

+265 999 972 900

 

+265 1 773 785

https://www.uncdf.org/malawi

UNDP

Area 40, Plot N° 7, P.O. Box 30571, Capital City, Lilongwe 3, Malawi

Shigeki Komatsubar

Representative

information.mw@undp.org

shigeki.komatsubara@undp.org

+265 1 772 008 

 

+265 999 826 799

 

+265 1 772 350

https://www.undp.org/malawi

UNDSS

P.O. Box 30135, Capital City, Lilongwe 3, Malawi

Luc Pregnon

Security Advisor

Luc.pregnon@undss.org

+265 1 770 611

 

 

 

https://www.un.org/en/safety-and-security

UNESCO

Evelyn Court Compound

Area 13/31

Lilongwe, Malawi

Maggie Mzumara

Managing Principal Consultant

 

0175 51 44.

 

 

https://www.unesco.org/en

UNFPA

Evelyn Courts, Area 13 P.O. Box 30135, Lilongwe 3, Malawi

Athanase Nzokirishaka

 

registrymwl@unfpa.org

+265 1 771 444/474

 

+265 1 771 402

https://malawi.unfpa.org/en

UNHCR

P.O. Box 30230, Lilongwe 3, Malawi

Kouame Cyr Modeste

Representative

kouame@unhcr.org

 

 

 

https://www.unhcr.org/malawi.html

UNICEF

Mantino Complex, Area 40, Plot N° 13, P.O. Box 30375, Lilongwe, Malawi

Rudolf Schwenk

Representative

 lilongwe@unicef.org

+265 999970405

+265999970912

 

https://www.unicef.org/malawi/

UNIDO

 C/o UNDP Zimbabwe, 67 Nkwame Nkurumah Ave, P.O. Box 4775, Harare, Zimbabwe

Stefano Bologna

Representative, Head of Regional Office

office.zimbabwe@undp.org

 

+265 1 773 500

 

https://www.unido.org/

UNV

 C/o UNDP, Plot N° 7, Area 40, P.O. Box 30135, Capital City, Lilongwe 3, Malawi

Dimitri Lermytte

Program Officer

dimitri.lermytte@undp.org

 

+265 1 773 500

 

https://www.unv.org/

WFP

P.O. Box 30571, Lilongwe 3, Malawi

Paul Turnbull

Country Director and Country Representative

wfp.lilongwe@wfp.org

+265 999 972 100

+265 (0) 1 774 666

+265 (0) 1 773 785

https://www.wfp.org/countries/malawi

WHO

 ADL House, Capital City, P.O. Box 30390, Lilongwe 3, Malawi

Neema Rusibamayila Kimambo

 

Representative

afwcomw@who.int

 

+265 1772 755

+265 1772 350

https://www.afro.who.int/countries/malawi

World Bank

Capital City, P.O. Box 30557, Lilongwe 3, Malawi

Hugh Riddell

Country Manager

hriddell@worldbank.org

 

+265-1-770-611

 

https://www.worldbank.org/en/about

UN Women

UN Women Malawi Office

Evelyn Court Compound

Area 13/31

P.O. Box 31774

Lilongwe 3, Malawi

Letty Chiwara

Representative

letty.chiwara@unwomen.org

 

 

+265 1 772 541

 

https://africa.unwomen.org/en/where-we-are/eastern-and-southern-africa/malawi

IOM

Area 14 Plot 156

P.O. Box 31305

Lilongwe, Malawi

Nomagugu Hanyana NCUBE

Chief of Mission

NomaNcube@iom.int

+265 993 86 09 78

 

 

https://www.iom.int

 

 

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. 

 

Malawi - 4.3 Malawi Laboratory and Quality Testing Company ContactList

Company

Physical Address

Name

Title

Email

Phone Number (office)

Phone Number (mobile)

Fax Number

Description of Services

Website 

Malawi Bureau of Standards (MBS)

Blantyre

Symon Mandala

Director General

mbs@malawi.net

+2651870488

n/a

+2651870756

Laboratory and Quality Testing Company

n/a

ITS-Socotec Malawi

Lilongwe

William Kumwenda

Operations Manager

William@socotecmw.com

 +2651774700

 +265999988211

+2651774704

Laboratory and Quality Testing Company

 n/a

SGS Malawi

Blantyre

Anthony Chikwiri

Operations Manager

Anthony.Chikwiri@sgs.com

+2651822060

+265888831053

+2651824561

Laboratory and Quality Testing Compa

www.sgs.com

LUANAR-NRC

Lilongwe

Dr. L Matumba

Deanof Faculty

Lmatumba@luanar.ac.mw

 

+265 999 682 549

 

Micro toxins

 

Chitedze research Station

Lilongwe

Dr. D kamangira

Director of Agricultural research Services

davidkamangira@yahoo.com; Davidkamangira1@gmail.com

 

+265 888 342 712/ +265 999 122 199

 

GMO testing

 

 

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.


 

Malawi - 4.4 Malawi Port and Waterways Company Contact List

Port Name

Company

Physical Address

Name

Title

Website 

Email

Phone Number (office)

Phone Number (mobile)

Fax Number

Key Role

Description of Duties

Port of Durban 

Transnet National Ports Authority 

TNPA, P.O. Box 1027, Durban 4000, South Africa 

Ricky Bhkraj 

n/a 

http://www.transnetnationalportsauthority.net/ 

ricky.bhikraj@transnet.net

www.customercare@transnet.net 

+27 31 361 8821 

n/a 

n/a 

Ports Authority 

n/a 

Port of Durban 

Bidvest Port Operations 

n/a 

Mark Talbot 

Operations Manager 

n/a 

mark.talbot@bidports.co.za 

+27 31 274 2400  

+27 82 655 2368 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Port of Durban 

Bidvest Port Operations 

n/a 

Shaun Naidoo 

 Reporting Contact 

n/a 

shaun.naidoo@bidports.co.za 

+27 82 505 4619 

+27 82 505 4619 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Port of Durban 

Bidvest Port Operations 

n/a 

Shaun Naidoo 

Reporting Contact 

n/a 

shaun.naidoo@bidports.co.za 

+27 82 505 4619  

+27 82 505 4619 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Port of Durban 

SAPO – Durban Container Terminal 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

www.saponet.co.za 

joem@saportops.co.za 

+27 31 361 6980 

 n/a 

+27 31 328 0317 

n/a 

n/a 

Port of Durban 

South Africa Revenue Services – SARS 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

www.sars.co.za 

n/a 

+27 31 328 7000 

n/a 

+27 31 328 7446 

n/a 

n/a 

Port of Durban 

King & Sons 

Durban, South Africa 

Veronica Bastion 

n/a 

www.kingandsons.co.za 

veronicab@kingandsons.co.za 

+27 31 301 0711 

n/a 

+27 83 309 9133 

Clearing Agent 

n/a 

Port of Durban 

King & Sons 

 Durban, South Africa 

Paddy Padayachee 

n/a 

www.kingandsons.co.za 

paddyp@kingandsons.co.za 

+27 31 305 6877 

n/a 

n/a 

Clearing Agent 

n/a 

Port of Durban 

Wilhelmsen Ships Agency 

 Durban, South Africa 

Desmond Vorster 

n/a 

www.wilhemsen.com 

wss.southafrica.cs@wilhelmsen.com 

+27 31 274 3200 

+27 82 568 7039 

+27 31 205 8041 

Clearing Agent 

n/a 

Port of Durban 

Manica Africa 

Durban, South Africa 

Carol-Anne Coetzee 

n/a 

www.manica-africa.com 

anne.coetzee@manica-africa.com 

+27 31 374 0700 

+27 83 282 2641 

+27 31 374 0719 

Clearing Agent 

n/a 

Port of Durban 

SDV AMI Limited 

Unit 1-5 Riverside Business Park, Durban, South Africa 

n/a 

n/a 

www.sdv.com 

n/a 

+27 31 533 0300 

n/a 

+27 31 569 4069 

Clearing Agent 

n/a 

Port of Durban 

Maerskline 

8th Floor Marine Building, Durban, South Africa 

n/a 

n/a 

www.maerskline.com 

durlinmng@maersk.com 

+27 31 336 7706 

n/a 

+27 31 336 7778 

Shipping Line 

n/a 

Port of Durban 

Mediterranean Shipping Company – MSC 

House, Durban, South Africa 

n/a 

n/a 

www.mscgva.ch 

distribution.dur@msc.co.za 

+27 31 360 7911 

n/a 

+27 31332 9297 

Shipping Line 

n/a 

Port of Durban 

Manica Africa, Durban, South Africa 

n/a 

Emmanuel Ntshangase 

n/a 

http://www.manica-africa.com/ 

emmanuel.ntshangase@manica-africa.com 

+27 31 374 0700 

+27 83 282 2641 

+27 31 374 0719 

n/a 

n/a 

Port of Durban 

Bridge Shipping Warehousing, Durban, South Africa 

n/a 

Mark Spanneck 

n/a 

http://www.bridgeshipping.co.za/ 

marksp@bridgeshipping.co.za 

+27 31 460 0700 

n/a 

+27 31 465 5863 

n/a 

n/a 

Port of Durban 

Kuehne & Nagel, 381 Berea Road, Durban, South Africa 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

http://www.kn-portal.com/ 

Info.durban@keuhne-nagel.com 

+27 31 202 9930 

n/a 

+27 31 202 9942 

n/a 

n/a 

Port of Durban 

Durban Bulk Shipping, Durban, South Africa 

n/a 

Hampie Lourens 

n/a 

n/a 

maison.cheddy@sabulk.co.za 

+27 82 410 7307 

n/a 

+27 31 466 9700, 

 Bulk Storage 

n/a 

Port of Durban 

Intertek 

Durban, South Africa 

Brandon Cumming 

Superintendent 

n/a 

Brandon.cumming@intertek.com 

+27 31 274 8000 

+27 82 828 3700 

+27 31 205 5983 

Quality Testing Services 

Services: Testing, verification and certification 

Port of Durban 

SGS 

1 Grunter Galley, Durban, South Africa 

Sudesh Mahilall 

n/a 

www.sgs.com 

sudesh.mahilall@sgs.com 

+27 31 466 8024, 

+27 82 600 6203 

+27 31 466 3694 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Malawi Marine Department 

Old Town, behind Shoprite, Lilongwe, Malawi 

Captain Kamanga 

Chief Surveyor 

n/a 

safety@marinegov.net 

+265 1 758 893 

+265 999 557 085 

n/a 

n/a 

The Malawi Marine Department is a regulatory arm of the Ministry of Transport and Public Works, responsible for the all matters relating to water transport. Their mandate is to Regulate Vessel Safety and Control, provide Port Services, regulate Maritime Pollution Control and to provide Maritime Training 

n/a 

Malawi Shipping Company 

  

Owen Singini 

Operations Manager 

n/a 

owen.singini@msc.mw 

  

 n/a 

 n/a 

Lake Transport Operator and Ports Authority 

Malawi Ports Authority under PPP (Mota Engil Group) 

n/a 

A.J.D Transport 

P.O. Box 40159, Lilongwe 

Mr. James Mongeya 

Director 

 n/a 

n/a 

+265993628162 

 n/a 

n/a  

Lake Transport Operator 

  

n/a 

Kupenja Trading 

 n/a 

Mr. Mtambalika 

Director 

n/a 

josephmtambalika@yahoo.com 

+265999511600 

 n/a 

 n/a 

Lake Transport Operator 

  

n/a 

Malungo Transport 

 n/a 

Mr. Malungo 

Director 

 n/a 

malungotransport21@yahoo.com 

+265999438473 

 n/a 

 n/a 

Lake Transport Operator 

  

n/a 

Tanzania Ports Authority (TPA) 

 Itungi Port, P.O. Box 400, Kyele, Tanzania 

Captain Faya 

TPA Manager 

n/a 

n/a 

+255 25 254 0462 

+255 732 951 530 

+255 254 0302 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Tanzania Ports Authority (TPA) 

 n/a 

Mr. Nandi 

Port Master 

n/a 

n/a 

+255 784 383 989 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

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.

Malawi - 4.5 Malawi Airport Company Contact List

 

Airport

Company

Physical Address

Name

Title

Email

Phone Number (office)

Phone Number (mobile)

Fax Number

Description of Services

Website 

All 

Malawi Civil Aviation Authority 

3rd Floor, Capital House, Private Bag B311, Lilongwe, Malawi 

Director of Civil Aviation 

n/a 

director@dca.gov.mw  

+2651770520 

+265888202147 

 n/a 

Civil Aviation Authority 

n/a 

All 

Malawi Civil Aviation Authority 

Kamuzu International Airport, Below Control TowerBox 44, Lumbadzi, Malawi 

Flight Information Centre 

24 hour telephone 

aiskia2@gmail.com 

aiskia@dca.gov.mw 

+2651701013 

n/a 

+2651700294 

Civil Aviation Authority Flight Information Centre 

n/a  

All 

Malawi Civil Aviation Authority 

3rd Floor, Capital House, Private Bag B311, Lilongwe, Malawi 

James Chakwera 

Director 

director@dca.gov.mw 

+265888846511 

+265995885331 

n/a 

Civil Aviation Authority 

n/a 

All 

Malawi Civil Aviation Authority 

3rd Floor, Capital House, Private Bag B311, Lilongwe, Malawi 

Vetrus Dziwe 

Deputy Director 

director@dca.gov.mw 

+265888844297 

n/a 

n/a 

Civil Aviation Authority 

n/a 

All 

Malawi Civil Aviation Authority 

3rd Floor, Capital House, Private Bag B311, Lilongwe, Malawi 

Samuel Kalua 

 

Chief 
Aerodro 

kaluasam@dca.gov.mw 

+265999130642 

n/a 

n/a 

Civil Aviation Authority 

n/a 

All 

Malawi Civil Aviation Authority 

3rd Floor, Capital House, Private Bag B311, Lilongwe, Malawi 

Fredrick Chisepeya 

Chief of Air Traffic Services 

chisepeyafredrick@yahoo.com 

 

+265888529523 

n/a 

n/a 

Air Traffic Services 

n/a 

All 

Lilongwe ATC 

Kamuzu International Airport,P.O.Box44,Lumbadzi. 

Harris Kanje 

Principal Air Traffic Officer 

harriskanje@gmail.com 

 

+265999721397 

Tower

+2651700766 

 n/a 

ATC 

n/a 

All 

Blantyre ATC 

Department Of Civil Aviation P.O.Box 1, Chileka 

Ass.Chief 

ATC Officer 

Alex Jabu 

alexjb001@gmail.com  

+2651692319 

+265888511177 

 n/a 

ATC 

n/a 

All 

Malawi CAA 

Department of Meteorological Services, P.O. Box 2, Chileka, Blantyre, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

+2651692333 

n/a 

+2651892329 

Meteorology 

n/a 

All 

Malawi CAA Customs 

 The Controller of Customs & Excise, Private Bag 20, Blantyre, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

 +2651620288 

n/a 

+2651820048 

Customs 

n/a 

All 

Malawi CAA Immigration 

The Chief Immigration Officer, P.O. Box 331, Blantyre, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

+2651623777 

n/a 

+2651823065 

Immigration 

n/a 

All 

Malawi CAA Health 

 The Chief Health Inspector, P.O. Box 30377, Lilongwe, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

 +2651789400 

n/a 

 +2651788657 

Health 

n/a 

All 

Malawi Airports Authority 

Kamuzu International Airport, P.O. Box 44, Lumbadzi, Malawi 

Fredrick Chisepeya 

 Airport Manager 

n/a

+2651701013 

+265888529523 

 +2651700294 

Airports Authority 

n/a 

Lilongwe 

Lilongwe Handling Company (LIHACO) 

P.O. Box 89, Lumbadzi, Lilongwe, Malawi 

Kamaliza /Stuart Longo 

n/a 

n/a 

 +2651700 811 

+265999956485  

 +2651701237 

n/a 

n/a 

Blantyre 

BP Aviation Services, Blantyre Office 

8 Independence Drive, P.O. Box 469, Blantyre, Malawi 

Tiwonge Chisiza 

Manager 

tiwonge.chisiza@mw.bp.com 

+2651824244  

+265999860434 

n/a 

BP is the only company to offer refueling services in Malawi. BP is able to provide a full range of Jet A-1, lubricants & AVGAS 

http://www.bp.com/ 

Lilongwe 

BP Aviation Services, Lilongwe Airport Office 

LIA Tank Farm, Lumbadzi, P.O. Box 97, Malawi 

Henry Lampiyao 

Airport Manager 

henry.lampiyao@mw.bp.com 

+2651700573   

+265999560820 

n/a 

BP is the only company to offer refueling services in Malawi. BP is able to provide a full range of Jet A-1, lubricants & AVGAS 

n/a 

All 

Malawi Revenue Authority 

Msonkho House, P.O. Box 507, Lilongwe, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

+2651700218 

n/a 

 +2651762899 

Sunday –Wednesday 04:00 – 16:00 
Thursday – Friday 04:00 – 17:00 Saturday 04:00 – 19:30 

n/a 

Blantyre 

Malawi Airlines 

St andrews street ground floor, Chibisa House, Blantyre, Malawi 

 n/a 

 n/a 

bethlehemk@ethiopianairlines.com or trevorm@malawian-airlines.com 

+265992991125 

 n/a 

n/a  

Airline services 

www.malawian-airlines.com 

Lilongwe 

Malawi Airlines 

Mwai house, City centre, P.O. Box 2095, Lilongwe, Malawi 

 n/a 

 n/a 

bethlehemk@ethiopianairlines.com  

+2651774 605 

 n/a 

n/a 

Airline services 

www.malawian-airlines.com 

Blantyre 

South African Airways 

P.O. Box 672, Blantyre, Malawi 

 n/a 

 n/a 

grayndovi@flysaa.com 

+2651820627 

 n/a 

+2651820027 

Airline services 

www.flysaa.com 

Lilongwe 

South African Airways 

Sunbird Capital Hotel, City Centre, Lilongwe, Malawi 

 n/a 

 n/a 

lawrencegwaza@flysaa.com 

+2651772242 

 n/a 

+2651771037 

Airline services 

www.flysaa.com 

Lilongwe 

Air Zimbabwe 

Private Bag 371, Lilongwe, Malawi 

 n/a 

 n/a 

uats@globemw.net 

+2651770107 

 n/a 

+2651770109 

Airline services 

www.airzimbabwe.com 

Lilongwe 

Kenya Airways 

P.O. Box 30818, Lilongwe 3, Malawi 

 n/a 

 n/a 

n/a 

+2651774227 

 n/a 

+2651773865 

Airline services 

www.kenya-airways.com 

Lilongwe 

Ethiopian Airlines 

P.O. Box 30427, Lilongwe 3, Malawi 

 n/a 

 n/a 

llwsr@ethiopianairlines.com 

+2651771002 

 n/a 

+2651772013 

Airline services 

www.ethioopianairlines.com 

Lilongwe 

Zambian Airways 

P.O. Box 30728, Lilongwe 3, Malawi 

 n/a 

 n/a 

n/a 

+2651796026 

n/a 

+2651796038 

Airline services 

www.zambianairways.com 

Blantyre 

Rennies Travel 

Finance House, 220 Victoria Avenue, P.O. Box 2824, Blantyre, Malawi 

 n/a 

 n/a 

blantyre@mw.hrgworldwide.com 

+2651824533 

n/a 

n/a 

Travel Agency 

n/a 

Blantyre 

Skylinks Travel Bureau 

Hannover House, Independence Drive, Blantyre, Malawi 

 n/a 

 n/a 

skylinksblt@africa-online.net 

+2651824109 

n/a 

n/a 

Travel Agency 

n/a 

Blantyre 

Rennies Travel 

ADL House, Capital City, P.O. Box 31335, Lilongwe, Malawi 

 n/a 

 n/a 

lilongwe@mw.hrgworldwide.com 

+2651774144 

n/a 

n/a 

Travel Agency 

n/a 

Lilongwe 

Skylinks Travel Bureau 

ADL House, Capital City, Lilongwe, Malawi 

 n/a 

 n/a 

skylinksllw@africa-online.net 

+2651770518 

n/a 

n/a 

Travel Agency 

n/a 

 
 

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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.

Malawi - 4.6 Malawi Storage and Milling Company Contact List

Company

Physical Address

Name

Title

Website 

Email

Phone Number (office)

Phone Number (mobile)

Fax Number

Key Role

Description of Duties

NFRA – National Food Reserve Agency 

National Food Reserve Agency, Kanengo Silos Complex, Private Bag B450, Lilongwe 3, Malawi 

Brenda Kayongo 

Acting Chief Executive Officer 

n/a 

bkayongo@nframw.com 

 +2651713092 

+265888634759 

+2651712131 

n/a 

n/a 

NFRA – National Food Reserve Agency 

National Food Reserve Agency, Kanengo Silos Complex, Private Bag B450, Lilongwe 3, Malawi 

Vacant 

Director of Operations  

n/a 

 

  

 

 

n/a 

n/a 

NFRA – National Food Reserve Agency 

National Food Reserve Agency, Kanengo Silos Complex, Private Bag B450, Lilongwe 3, Malawi 

Vacant 

Director of Finance 

n/a 

 

 

 

 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

ADMARC 

Agricultural Development & Marketing Corporation, P.O. Box 5052, Limbe, Blantyre, Malawi 

Felix Elia Jumbe 

Acting 

Chief Executive 

n/a 

admce@admarc.co.mw 

f.jumbe@admarc.co.mw 

 +2651840500 

+2659995530129 

+2651840486 

n/a 

n/a 

ADMARC 

Agricultural Development & Marketing Corporation, P.O. Box 5052, Limbe, Blantyre, Malawi 

Feckson Kantonga 

Director of Operations 

n/a 

f.kantonga@admarc.co.mw 

+2651840500 

+265999951815 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

ADMARC 

Agricultural Development & Marketing Corporation, P.O. Box 5052, Limbe, Blantyre, Malawi 

MJM Phiri 

Director of Finance 

n/a 

m.j.phiri@admarc.co.mw 

+2651840500 

+2659993694450 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

ADMARC 

Agricultural Development & Marketing Corporation, P.O. Box 5052, Limbe, Blantyre, Malawi 

Haston Chamba 

Director of Administration 

n/a 

h.chamba@admarc.co.mw 

+2651840500 

+265888958721 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

ADMARC 

Agricultural Development & Marketing Corporation, P.O. Box 5052, Limbe, Blantyre, Malawi 

Ms. Faith Mang’anda 

Logistics & Warehousing Manager 

n/a 

f.manganda@admarc.co.mw 

+2651840500/044 

+265999510443 

+2651840486 

n/a 

n/a 

ADMARC 

Agricultural Development & Marketing Corporation, P.O. Box 5052, Limbe, Blantyre, Malawi 

Michael Mnenula 

Ass. Market Ops Manager  

n/a 

m.mnenula@admarc.co.mw 

+2651840500 

+265999460548 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

ADMARC - Regional Office – South 

 Agricultural Development & Marketing Corporation, P.O. Box 5895, Limbe, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

admarcsouth@admarc.co.mw 

+2651856036 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

ADMARC - Regional Office – Central 

 Agricultural Development & Marketing Corporation, P.O. Box 5, Lilongwe, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

admarccentre@admarc.co.mw 

 +2651727369 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

ADMARC - Regional Office – North 

Agricultural Development & Marketing Corporation, P.O. Box 5, Mzuzu, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

admarcnorth@admarc.co.mw 

 +2651303522 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

RAB Processors 

P.O. Box 5338, Limbe, Blantyre, Malawi 

Sai Kiran Josyabhatla 

Managing Director 

www.rab.com 

md@rabmw.com
fd@rabmw.com
rab@rabmw.com 

+265 1 845 200 

+265888821516 

+2651844927 

Milling Company/produce 

n/a 

Rice Milling Company 

P.O. Box 198, Ginnery Corner, Blantyre, Malawi 

Abbas Mukadam 

Managing Direxctor 

n/a 

ricemill@malawi.net 

+265 1 820 623  

+265888821966 

+265888821966 

Milling Company/produce 

n/a 

Export Trading Company 

P.O. Box 51772, Limbe, Malawi 

Naresh Patel 

n/a 

n/a 

operations.mlw@exporttradinggroup.com 

+265 1 842 669  

+265888825800 

+2651842663 

Milling Company/produce 

n/a 

Bakhresa Grain Milling Company 

 P.O. Box 5847, Limbe, Blantyre, Malawi 

Mahesh Josyabhatla 

n/a 

n/a 

mahesh@bakhresagroup.com 

+265 1 841 794 

+265888203366 

+265 1 843 342 

Milling Company 

n/a 

Transglobe produce exporters LTD 

P.O. Box 5035, Limbe Malawi 

Rashid Tayubu 

Operations Director 

  

rashid@tpemw.com

salim@tpemw.com 

+ 265 1843 488/ 

1 845 641 

n/a

+265 0888842934 

+265 1842 735 

Milling Company/ produce 

 

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Malawi - 4.7 Malawi Fuel Provider Contact List

Company

Location(s)

Physical Address

Name

Title

Email

Phone Number (office)

Phone Number (mobile)

Fax Number

Description of Services Provided

Website 

Ministry of Energy

Lilongwe

 Private Bag 350, Lilongwe 3, Malawi

n/a

n/a

n/a

+265 1 789 488

n/a

+265 1 788 689

Fuel Authorities 

www.malawi.gov.mw/Mines/Energy/Home%20%20Energy.htm

Malawi Energy Reguilatory AUthority (MERA)

Lilongwe

2nd Floor
Development House
City Center
Lilongwe, Malawi

n/a

n/a

n/a

+265 (0) 1 775 810

n/a

+265 (0) 1 772 666

MERA is a corporate body established under the Energy Regulatory Act No. 20 of 2004 as the Energy Sector Wide Regulator. Its mandate is to regulate the energy sector in Malawi in a fair, transparent, efficient and cost effective manner for the benefit of the consumers and operators.

http://www.meramalawi.mw/

National Oil Company of Malawi (NOCMA)

Lilongwe

Private Bag 370,
Lilongwe

n/a

n/a

info@nocma.mw

+265 1 77 0875

 

+265 1 77 0872

NOCMA was primarily setup to beef up fuel importation duties currently being understaken by PIL and the company will look at building fuel stocks and building storage tanks in Nsanje, Blantyre, Lilongwe and Mzuzu.

n/a

Malawi Petroleum Importers Limited

Blantyre

Private Bag 200, Blantyre, Malawi

 n/a

 n/a

 n/a

+265 1 822 886

 n/a

+265 1 821 876

Today, 80% of the country’s fuel is imported by Petroleum Importers Limited, (PIL), a private company owned by the oil companies in Malawi and managed through a body of directors from each oil company
The remaining 20% is imported by Petroleum Control Commission (PCC)

 n/a

Total Malawi Limited

 Blantyre

Total Malawi Limited, Makata Industrial Site, Mission Road, Private Bag 5125, Blantyre, Malawi

 n/a

 n/a

 total.malawi@total.co.mw

+265 9 855 855

Blantyre:+265 1 870 611

Limbe:+265 1 977 966 

Lilongwe:+265 1 710 128

Mzuzu: +265 1 320 850 

Blantyre:+265 999 971 966

Limbe:+265 999 971 966

Lilongwe: +265 999 971 964

Mzuzu: +265 999 971 965

Blantyre:+265 1 870 585

Limbe:+265 1 847 877

Lilongwe:+265 1 710 195

Mzuzu: +265 1 320 764

Total have 51 service stations and 4 customer service offices across Malawi
· Total offer a full range of fuels, LPG, lubricants, pesticides, car-care products, bitumen and paraffin

www.totalmalawi.com

BP Malawi Limited

 Lilongwe

BP Malawi Limited, 8 Independence Drive, P.O. Box 469, Blantyre, Malawi Regional Office: Mahalima Complex, off Chilambula Road, P.O. Box 314, Lilongwe, Malawi

 n/a

n/a 

 n/a

Blantyre:+265 1 824 244

Lilongwe:+265 1 755 599

Mzuzu: +265 1 334 331

 n/a

Blantyre:+265 1 825 118

Lilongwe:+265 1 755 590

Mzuzu: +265 1 330 119

BP have 46 service stations across Malawi
· BP offer a full range of fuels, LPG, lubricants, pesticides, car-care products, bitumen and paraffin
· BP are the sole providers of aviation fuels and refuelling services at the 2 international airports in Malawi

http://www.bp.com/

Petroda Malawi Limited

 Blantyre

Petroda Malawi Limited, off Makata Road, P.O. Box 726, Blantyre, Malawi

 n/a

 n/a

 petroda@mawali.net

+265 1 876 913

 n/a

+265 1 876 914

Petroda have over 30 service stations across Malawi
· Petroda operates as transport haulier for petroleum and dry cargo goods, clearing and forwarding, storage and handling and marketing of petroleum products through the depots and retail filling stations

 n/a

Malawi Bureau of Standards

n/a

Trade Metrology Division, P.O. Box 946, Blantyre, Malawi

Davlin Chokazinga

  Director

davlinchokazinga@mbsmw.org

+265 1 870 488

n/a

+265 1 870 756

Fuel Quality Testing Laboratory

n/a

SGS South Africa Ltd

n/a

58 Melville Street, 2091 Booysens, Johannesburg, South Africa

n/a

n/a

n/a

+27 11 680 3466

n/a

+27 11 433 3654

Fuel Quality Testing Laboratory

www.sa.sgs.com

SGS Emoyeni Qualitest Pty Ltd

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

+27 31 466 2713

n/a

+27 31 466 2713

n/a

+27 31 466 2713

 

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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.

 

 

Malawi - 4.8 Malawi Transporter Contact List

 

Company

Location(s)

Physical Address

Name

Title

Email

Phone Number (office)

Fax Number

Description of Services Provided

A. M Transport

 n/a  n/a

Mr Raj

n/a

raj@ammotors.co.zm

+260 977770773

+260 211240007

+260 211240018  +260 211247212

cross border transport

Africorn Ltd

  n/a  n/a

Aaron

n/a

info-afritec@zamnet.zm

+260 978771517

+260 211287833

+260 1288181

cross border transport

Agro-Fuel Investments

 n/a  n/a

Mr Mukuka

n/a

sajeev@agroin.co.zm

+260 211288836 

+260 211288013-4

+260 211287631

+260 211286653

cross border transport

AS Investments

 n/a  n/a

Altaf

Director

asi@asimw.com

pravin@asimw.com

+265 8825165

+265 1724272

cross border transport

Allied Transport

 n/a  n/a

Mahmood Ally

n/a

transportallied@yahoo.com

 n/a n/a

cross border transport

Badat Agencies

 n/a  n/a

Yunus Badat

Managing Director

badatagencies@gmail.con

+ 260 216 221946

+260 216221507

cross border transport

Bongani Pump

 n/a  n/a

Andre de Lange

n/a

pretoriamotors@xsinet.co.za

012 804 3496

012 8046911

cross border transport

Carlos Mesquita

 n/a  n/a

Celso Mesquita

n/a

celso.mesquita@tcmlda.co.mz 

tcmgeral@gmail.com

+258 23 353 465/7

+258 23 353 696

cross border transport

Carribean Transport

 n/a  n/a

Mr Mugala

n/a

cmugala2000@yahoo.com

+260 966760785/260 966740294/ +260 211287519 / +260 977623678

+260 211287519

cross border transport

Cross Country

 n/a  n/a

Bernard Lunga

n/a

bernardl@crosscountry.co.zw

wilfredr@crosscountry.co.zw

+263 4 611 670/2920516

+263 4612907

cross border transport

Cross Continental

 n/a  n/a

Graham Mandizha

n/a

graham.mandizha@crosscontinental.co.za

tendai.zungunde@crosscontinental.co.za

011 396 1372

011 396 1372

cross border transport

Damco

 n/a  n/a

Maggie Mostyn

n/a

maggie.mostyn@damco.com

Calvin.Naidoo1@damco.com

+27 (31) 336 7510

031 336 7538

cross border transport

Darnton Investments

 n/a  n/a

Pauline Dendere

n/a

deetrans@iwayafrica.co.zw

+263 9407 416

n/a

cross border transport

East African Traders

 n/a  n/a

Michael Jensen

n/a

mmj@jjafrica.com

wynand@jjzim.com

km@jjzam.com,

+258 23329574

+258 23329060

cross border transport

Freight & Passenger

 n/a  n/a

Mr Thomas

n/a

fps@freight.co.zm

+260 211287695

+260 211286462

+260 211288402

+260 211287677

cross border transport

Grindrod Logistics

 n/a  n/a

G Jones

n/a

Hennies@grindrodbulk.co.za

Chrisbu@grindrodbulk.co.za

011 903 9300

011 903 7056

cross border transport

Image Freight

 n/a  n/a

Anthony Sivalingam

n/a

anthonys@imagefreight.co.za

031 539 5588/3392

083 661 6506

031 539 4111

cross border transport

infinite Logistics

 n/a  n/a

Henu Cronje

n/a

Henu@infinitegroup.co.za

braam@infinitegroup.co.za

+27861463564

+27866842226

cross border transport

Juba Transport

 n/a  n/a

Mohamed

n/a

kafi@jubatransport.co.zm

+260 97779230

+260 2650701

+260 211 286556

+260 211286557

cross border transport

Kapiri Transport

 n/a  n/a

Ms Metha

n/a

ktl@zamtel.zm

vulcan@zamtel.zm

+260 966861786

+0966 860527

+260 215271237

cross border transport

Keren Motors

 n/a  n/a

Bekele Hailu

n/a

kerentransport@gmail.com

+260 1245024/+260 97792198/ 0979 248088

+260 211245541

cross border transport

Kemston Logistics

 n/a  n/a

Ion vd Westhuizen

n/a

ionv@kempston.co.za

Michael Bosch: michaelb@kempston.co.za

012 807 6510

086 540 5690

cross border transport

Khalif Motors (Z) Ltd

 n/a

 n/a

Mr Khalif

n/a

n/a

+260 651085

+260 955905579

+260 212651081 +260 212622160

cross border transport

Landside Logistics

 n/a  n/a

Mr Tigere

n/a

tiggs76@hotmail.com

+260 97745677

+260 97773092

+260 955745677

+260 211220245

cross border transport

LMS

 n/a  n/a

Dean Harris

n/a

dean.harris@logms.com

guy.harper@logms.com

+031 764 1718

n/a

cross border transport

Manica Africa

 n/a  n/a

Niki Warren

n/a

tenders@manica-africa.com

niki.warren@manica-africa.com

+031 374 0709

0866 788 624

cross border transport

Mega Trans

 n/a  n/a

Foula Plaskocinski

n/a

foula@megatrans.co.za

011 442 5191

011 4475146

cross border transport

Modcraft transport

 n/a  n/a

Caroline Psuura

n/a

cspsuura@gmail.com

+263 4 668 391

+263 4 668 391

cross border transport

Mulli Transport

 n/a  n/a

Leston Mulli

Managing Director

mullibrothers@africa-online.net

+265 8300900

+265 1657265

cross border transport

Nationwide Transport

 n/a  n/a

Mr Mayur

Managing Director

mayur@chipiku.com

+265 8200008

+265 1750363

cross border transport

Nonstimbi Projects

 n/a  n/a

Ronnie Peters

n/a

tsepo.peters@hotmail.com

nontsimbip@ymail.com

011 902 7971/ 083 354 0078

011 865 5200

cross border transport

Northern Haulage

 n/a  n/a

Sam Maharaj

n/a

sam@northernhaulage.com

+27 11 822 3230

+271 1822 5990

cross border transport

R Gaffar Transport

 n/a  n/a

Mr Sama

Operations Manager

sama@fasthaul.net

+265 8823320

+265 1710264

cross border transport

Riaz Mohammed

 n/a  n/a

Riaz Mohammed

n/a

n/a

+265 8951001

+265 1823049

cross border transport

Rid Bravo

 n/a  n/a

Learnmore Masendu

n/a

ridbravo@mweb.co.zw

+263 9487 779

+263 9487 881

cross border transport

SA Crossborder/GDC

 n/a  n/a

Mervin Zeelie

n/a

mervin@sacrossborder.co.za

011 5220300

086 6835173

cross border transport

Sable Transport

 n/a  n/a

Mr Alloo

n/a

sable@microlink.zm

+260 211272145

+260 211273270

+260 211272145

cross border transport

SDV

n/a  n/a

Jacques Baudelot

n/a

j.baudelot@sdv.co.za

r.abdool@sdv.co.za

011 398 5042

086 567 2172

cross border transport

Sereth Logistics

 n/a  n/a

Mike Odndaal

n/a

mike.odendaal@sereth.co.za

27 11 828 3580

27 11 828 3776

cross border transport

Siku Transport

 n/a  n/a

Mr Rashid

Managing Director

sajid@sikumw.com

+265 8823610

+265 1875644

cross border transport

Sithembekile Transport

 n/a  n/a

JC Strauss

n/a

sithembekile@tiscali.co.za

sannettw@tiscali.co.za

011 823 1065

086 608 3564

cross border transport

Slabbert Burger

 n/a  n/a

Otto

n/a

ottovg@slabbertburger.co.za

021 864 8500

021 864 3884

cross border transport

Star International

 n/a  n/a

Ms Molly Chinyama

n/a

operations3@starinternational.co.zw 

mollyc@starinternational.co.zw

00263  772 378 206

+263 4 668654,

cross border transport

Taj Freight

 n/a  n/a

Ashraf Delal

n/a

ashraf.delal@tajfreight.com

tajfreight@hotmail.com

+260967864444

+260 211 241354

n/a 

cross border transport

Tengwa Africa

 n/a  n/a

Daniel Stephen

n/a

daniel@tengwa.co.za

vicky@tengwa.co.za

043 740 5720

043 740 5745

cross border transport

Transcom

 n/a  n/a

Guy Harvey

n/a

mdeshmukh@Transcommw.com

gharvey@Transcommw.com

+265 1710201

+265 1710254

cross border transport

Transhunt

 n/a  n/a

Daniel Wasserman

n/a

daniel@transhunt.co.za

011 397 6202

086 621 8237

cross border transport

Usanga Logistics

 n/a  n/a

Rakesh

n/a  n/a

+255 222865967

+255 222170052

cross border transport

Western Transport

 n/a  n/a

Admore Mushaya

n/a

internalcontrols@western.co.zw 

fd@western.co.zw

+263 979562

+263 978497

cross border transport

Agricultural Produce Transporters Association

Lilongwe

Box 40165, Kanengo

Mr. Prince Kasambara

Operations Manager

pkasambara@gmail.com

0997665577

0995487748

01710770

 n/a

inland transport

Alidele Transport

Lilongwe

P.O.Box 40387 Lilongwe 4

S.B. Zakaliya

Managing Director

alidele3@gmail.com

0993952006

0999566575

 n/a

inland transport

ARS Logistics

Blantyre

P.O. Box1145 Blantyre

Rehman

n/a  n/a

0999578824

0888821608

 n/a

inland transport

Damco

Blantyre/ Lilongwe

P.O.Box 40426 Lilongwe 4

H. Chete

n/a  n/a

01713005

 n/a

inland transport

Dazieli Transport

Blantyre

    n/a  n/a n/a  n/a

inland transport

Emirates Transport

Lilongwe

Box 3146 Lilongwe

Mr. Innocent Kambwadza

Managing Director

innocent1981@gmail.com

0211952036

0999956966

inland transport

Fast Track Carriers

Blantyre


P.O Box 5131, Blantyre

Mr Nazir Osman

Managing Director

n/a

0145955/08827322

099910495

01 641800  01 645325

inland transport

Fegs Transport

Zomba

Box 397 Zomba

n/a n/a n/a

0888830987

01525401

inland transport

Fermak Transport

Lilongwe

P.O Box 1020, Lilongwe

Mr Firoz Kamwana

Managing Director

fermak@globemax4g.com

08 821338

08 826123

01 727328

08 582375

01 727328

inland transport

Goodlife Trading

Blantyre

Naperi BC 944/2 Blantyre

Mr. Patrick Useni

n/a n/a

0999213468

 n/a

inland transport

Hop J. Enterprises

Lilongwe

P. O. Box 121 Mponela

Hopson Chafukira

Managing Director

chafukilahopson@yahoo.com

0888355866

0992117752

 n/a

inland transport

Jasiya Logistics

Machinga

Box 19, Mwalasi, Machinga

Mr. A. Jasiya White

Managing Director

n/a

0999751534

0884280919

01548425

inland transport

JJ Kamatenda

Lilongwe

P.O Box 40154, Lilongwe

Mr. Jackson July Kamatenda

Managing Director

josamkamatenda@gmail.com

0999944448

01710918

 n/a

inland transport

JL Kamuyambeni

Lilongwe

Box 30664, Lilongwe 3

J kamuyambeni

Operations Manager

joekamuyambeni@yahoo.com

0999212717

 n/a

inland transport

Kamu

Blantyre

Box 80 Soche

Mr. Davie Kanyoza

n/a n/a

01981171

0888897118

inland transport

Kapiliuta Transport

Lilongwe

Box 2337 Lilongwe

Mr. Muntaz Hmadani

Managing Director

mmhamdani@yahoo.com

01725358

0999958166

0888841358

01726358

inland transport

Kaplan General Suppliers

Lilongwe

Box 1804 Blantyre

Mr. Roosevelt Ndovi

n/a n/a

0888378756

 n/a

inland transport

Kelag Investments

Lilongwe

P.O Box 30418, Lilongwe 3

Mr K. Sentala

Managing Director

ksentala@yahoo.com

01794469

01794469

inland transport

Kwete Enterprises

Lilongwe

P.O.Box 30513 Lilongwe 3

Kweteza Khomeliwa

Managing Director

kwete.enterprises@gmail.com

0993362009

 n/a

inland transport

Land International Limited

Blantyre

P.O.Box Blantyre

P. Kanjoma

Managing Director

pkanjoma@yahoo.com

01609897

0888562372

 n/a

inland transport

Liberty Commercial Transporters

Mzuzu

Box 597 Mzuzu

D. Mhone

Director

denismhone@yahoo.com

01310212

 n/a

inland transport

Lozani Transport

Blantyre

Box 214 Luchenza

Mr. D. M. Lozani

Managing Director

dmlozani@yahoo.com

0999957811

 n/a

inland transport

Lunyina Haulage

Mzuzu

Box 75 Mzuzu

Mr. G. Luhanga

Managing Director

luhangagordon@yahoo.com

01320095

01320095

inland transport

Makolo Transport

Blantyre

PO Box 2207 Blantyre

Mr Gama, Mr Kamanga

 n/a  n/a

01670112

099953570

0999410022

 n/a

inland transport

Mali Transport Brokers

Limbe

P.O. Box 7, Chiradzulu

Mr JJ. Liganga

 n/a  n/a

08 853316

09 921357

01 640253

01 645637

inland transport

Mico Transport

Lilongwe

Box 1279 Lilongwe

 n/a  n/a

micotransport@hotmail.com

0999200572

 n/a

inland transport

MIJO Contractors

Blantyre

 

Mr. Alex Mulli

Managing Director

mijo@yahoo.com

 n/a  n/a

inland transport

Mikaways Limited

Blantyre

Box 30380 Blantyre

Mr. M Kapindu

Managing Director

 n/a

01880644

01880664

inland transport

Mtawa Enterprises

Mzuzu

Box 20489 Mzuzu

Mr. Michael Mtawa

Operations Manager

mtawaenterprises@ymail.com

01931020

 n/a

inland transport

Mulli Brothers

Blantyre

P/Bag 5148, Limbe

Mr Leston Mulli

Managing Director

lewis.kalolokesya@gmail.com

09 950737

01 657213

01 657265

inland transport

Mwenera Transport

Mzuzu

PO Box 410, Mzuzu

Mr Kaunda

Operations Manager

mweneratransport@evo.mw 

mwenera@sdnp.org.mw

08 828026

01 332276

inland transport

Nasenga Transport

Luchenza

 

Mr. Gabu Khamisa

Operations Manager

khamisagabu@yahoo.com

0999103103

 n/a

inland transport

Nationwide Transport

Lilongwe

P.O. Box 1021, Lilongwe

Mr A.H. Patel

Managing Director

nwtoperation@africa-online.net

01 750128

01 750363

inland transport

Ngaliya and General Dealers

Blantyre

P.O. Box 410 Blantyre

Mr Mdala

Managing Director

 n/a

0999932078

n/a

inland transport

NRTA

Mzuzu


PO Box 598, Mzuzu

Mrs Nhlema

Operations Manager

nrtaaccounts@yahoo.com 

nhlemalestina@yahoo.com

08 826317

01 332286

01 332286

inland transport

OGME

Blantyre

Box 107 Blantyre

Pastor Masamba

Managing Director

ogmetpt@gmail.com 

ogmetpt@gmail.com

0999338128

0999202026

0881706366

inland transport

Omar's Transport

Lilongwe

Box 739 lilongwe

Mr. Altaf Omar

Managing Director

altafomar786@gmail.com

0888822598

01726577

inland transport

Progressive Trpt & Inv Assoc

Mzuzu

P. O. Box 144, Mzuzu

A. Mkweu

Operations Manager

progressiveassociation1@gmail.com

08874291 

08393829 

08614997

1331890

inland transport

Quant Holdings

Lilongwe

Box X271 P.net xroads

Mr. Chikondi Mijiga

Managing Director

 n/a

0999143772

01776027

inland transport

R. Gaffar Transport

Lilongwe

PO Box 331, Lilongwe

Mr Sama

Operations Manager

sama@fasthaul.net

08 823320

01 710264 01 710158

inland transport

R. Kokoliko Transport

Lilongwe

Box 40356 Lilongwe 4

R. Kokoliko

Managing Director

rkokoliko@yahoo.com

0999937467

0888856747

inland transport

RE Enterprises

Lilongwe

PO Box 2311, Lilongwe

Mr Ellias

Managing Director

rkokoliko@yahoo.com

08 841403

01 755980

inland transport

RTOA

Blantyre

PO Box 30740, Blantyre

Mrs Flao

Managing Director

rtoa@sdnp.org.mw

01 670422

08 843074

01 671423

inland transport

Sabro Associates Ltd

Lilongwe

P.O. Box 5658, Limbe

Mr Salim Bagus

Managing Director

salimbagus@hotmail.com

09 99510749

 n/a

inland transport

Sammy's Transport

Blantyre

PO Box 51177, Limbe

Mr Sameer Suleman

Managing Director

sameer@sammystransport.com

09 946786 01 841811

01 841811

inland transport

Siku Transport

Blantyre

PO Box 51111, Limbe

Mr Abdul Rashid

Managing Director

siku@sikumw.com

01 675022

01 675955

09 823610

01 675644

inland transport

Simunye Africa

Kasungu

Mtunthama

Mr. Kanjira

Managing Director

fkanjira@yahoo.com

0999964010

 n/a

inland transport

Tangel Freight

Blantyre

Box 2709

Mr. L. Tewesa

Director

tewesabanda@yahoo.com

099172519

0888414141

inland transport

Umodzi Transport

Dedza

P.O. Box68, Dedza

Mr. R. Mlombwa

Operations Manager

rmlombwa@yahoo.co.uk

0888838735

0888133555

0111900162

01762498

inland transport

W. Chatama General Suppliers

Blantyre

Box 4 Bvumbwe

Mr. R. C. Chatama

Managing Director

rmlombwa@yahoo.co.uk

01913634

01913634

inland transport

Wilsons Transport

Blantyre

Box 1643, Blantyre

Mr. Wilson Phillips

Managing Director

wilstrans@gmail.com

01821270

01830585

inland transport

Yafuka Produce and General Trading

Bvumbwe

P.O.Box 197 Bvumbwe

Mr. Charles Mchacha

Managing Director

 n/a

01471126

0999065693

 n/a

inland transport

 

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.

Malawi - 4.9 Malawi Railway Company Contact List

Company

Geographic Coverage

Physical Address

Name

Title

Email

Phone Number (office)

Phone Number (mobile)

Fax Number

Description of Services

Website 

Central East African Railways Company – CEAR 

n/a 

Central East African Railways Company – CEAR, P.O. Box 5144, Station Road, Limbe, Blantyre, Malawi 

Hendry Chimwaza 

MD 

hchimwaza@cearcdn.mw,  

cear@cearcdn.mw 

+2651840844 

n/a 

+2651843496 

n/a 

www.rrdc.com/op_malawi_cear.html 

  

CEAR 

n/a 

Central East African Railways Company – CEAR, P.O. Box 5144, Station Road, Limbe, Blantyre, Malawi 

Kennedy Kwerani 

Director of Marketing and Commercial Services 

kennedy.kwerani@nacalalogistics.com 

 

+265 840 660  

+265999813936 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

CEAR 

n/a 

Central East African Railways Company – CEAR, P.O. Box 5144, Station Road, Limbe, Blantyre, Malawi 

Kondwani Mkonda 

Director of Infrastructure and Saftey 

kmkonda@cearcdn.mw 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Corredor de Desenvolvimento do Norte – CDN 

n/a 

Avenida Do Trabalho, Instalações da Antita, Nampula, Moçambique 

Agostinho Langa 

Executive Director 

ferrovia.norte@cdn.co.mz 

+25826526216  

+258846017490 

+25826526390 

n/a 

www.rrdc.com/op_mozambique_cdn.html 

Vale Logistics 

n/a 

07, Victoria Avenue, Chayamba Building, 1st Floor. P.O Box 275, Blantyre, Malawi 

Joyce Malongo 

External Affairs Specialist 

Joyce.malongo@nacalalogistics.com 

+265888988853 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

www.vale.com 

Ministry of Transport and Public Works 

n/a 

Capital Hill, Lilongwe 

Geoffrey F. Magwede 

Controller of Rail Transport Services 

gmagwede@gmail.com 

+265888897822 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

 

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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.


 

Malawi - 4.10 Malawi Supplier Contact List

Company

Commodity

Location(s)

Street / Physical Address

Name

Title

Email

Phone Number (office)

Phone Number (mobile)

Fax Number

Website

Description of Services Provided

Rab Proccessors Limited

Maize, Pulses, CSB, CSB+, Maize Meal

Blantyre

Off Chipembere Highway, Behind Toyota Malawi, Queens Corner,P.O. Box 5338, Maselema, Limbe

Ahmed Sunka; Arjuna Kanishka, Sai Kiran Josyabhatla

 

ceo@rabmw.com; slm@rabmw.com; md@rabmw.com, rab@rabmw.com

265 888821 516, 265 1 844 827, 265 888 825 017, 265 999 925 017, 265 1 845 210, 265 1 845 200, 265 1 841 422

       

Export Trading Co. Ltd

Maize, Pulses, CSB, CSB+, Maize meal

Lilongwe

P.O. Box 51722, Temple Street Limbe                  P/Bag 162 Area 4, Onions Compound, Lilongwe

Dinusha Rathnayaka

 

procurement01.mlw@etgworld.com

265 994 998 032;265 885 917 546

       

Grain Security Ltd

Maize, Pulses, Maize meal

Lilongwe

Plot 29, Railway Yard, Kanengo, P.O. Box 163, Lilongwe

Andrew Monro

 

amonro@farmersworld.net, cgiannakis@farmersworld.net

265 1 710 518/710 180, 265 999 312 697, Fax 265 1 842 735/842 440/845 202

       

H.M.S Limited

Maize, Pulses

Blantyre

Chigumula,                                P.O. Box 5406,                                         Limbe

Venkat Raman Danda

 

md@hmsmalawi.net

0999967500;

       

Xerxes Suppliers

Maize, Pulses

Blantyre

P.O Box 3087
Blantyre.

Nelson Malani

 

xerxessuppliers@gmail.com

0888 88 40 41
099 66 55 256

       

75 Investiments

Maize, Pulses

Lilongwe

P.O Box 2362,Lilongwe

Josephy Makwangwala

 

jmakwangwala@yahoo.com

0999910777,

       

KU Distributors

Maize, Pulses

Blantyre

Behind Illovo Sugar Head Office,                                      P.O Box 5800,                     Limbe

Kamlesh Patel

 

simpletech009@hotmail.com;mayurpatel001@yahoo.com

0999821684;0995967150

       

Sunseed Oils

Maize, Pulses, Maizemeal, vegetable oils

Lilongwe

Area 55 Kanengo                   P.O Box 748,                 Lilongwe

Wassim Kasim

 

wkassam@globemw.net

8.89E+08

       

Afrisian Malawi

Maize, Pulses

Blantyre

Near Old Nansengwa Farm,                                          P.O Box 2915,           Blantyre

Anil Zachariah

 

anil@afrisian.com

9.93E+08

       

Paramount Commodities

Maize, Pulses

Lilongwe

Area 28, Kanengo                       P.O. Box 2376,                Lilongwe

Mahesh Gheddia

 

Mahesh.ghedia@bigworld.net

9.99E+08

       

Agrocomm Limited

Maize, Pulses

Lilongwe

Area 55 Kanengo                        P.O Box 340,                 Lilongwe

Irfan Moosa

 

info@agrocomtrade.ltdirfan@agrocomtrade.ltd

0887030725, 0996195001

       

Kaufa Commodities

Maize, Pulses

Lilongwe

Kaphiri                                        P.O. Box 12,                   Namitete

Harry Kanjuzi

 

kaufacommodities@gmail.com

9.99E+08

       

AFMAK

Maize, Pulses

Lilongwe

Chilambula                                  P.O. Box 2205                Lilongwe

Pilila Phiri

 

afmak@gmail.com

9.96E+08

       

CALVICLE Investiments

Maize, Pulses

Lilongwe

P/Bag 306
Lilongwe

C.C. Kalilombe

 

calvicleinvestment@gmail.com

0881 789 689/0999 114 088

       

Paramount Holdings Limited

Maize, Pulses

Lilongwe

P.O Box 2716,Lilongwe

Prakash Gedhia

 

prakash.ghedia@bigworld.net;atit.patel@bigworld.net

0999 312 697,0999 969 238

       

Chitsotsa/Moffat General

Maize, Pulses

Dowa

P.O Box 142,Madisi Dowa

Moffat Chitsotsa

 

mchitsotsa@yahoo.com

0999355 317

       

Peacock Enterprise

Maize, Pulses

Lilongwe

Area 18 A                                P.O. Box 2218,              Lilongwe

Ian Jumbe

 

peacockmw@gmail.com

0999272723, 0999911556

       

Capital Oils

Vegetable Oil

Blantyre

P.O BOX 2826, Blantyre

S.Karim

 

skarim@corilimited.com

099915990, 099928260

       

ACE Africa LTD

Maize, Pulses

 

P.O. Box 40139

K.Moller

 

Settlements@aceafrica.org
Ace@aceafrica.org

265 999 346 896

       

Milele Agro-Processing LTD

Maize, Pulses

Lilongwe

Area 28,Kanengo Lilongwe

Phekani Njale

 

Njale@mileleagro.com;Ziliro@mileleagro.com;Gloria@mileleagro.com

9.94E+08

       

NASCOMEX

Maize, Pulses

Lilongwe

City Centre,Lilongwe

J.Mwalupya

 

Jjmwalupya@nascomex.com;Nlungu@nascomex.com

9.99E+08

       

AICC

Maize, Pulses

Lilongwe

Area 47,Lilongwe

Driana Lwanda

 

driana@aiccafrica.org

8.89E+08

       

GTPA

Maize, Pulses

 

Plot no 49/285

A.Chikapula

 

Chikapula@hotmail.com;Flora.gondwe@yahoo.com

9.99E+08

       

Tres Auctioneers & Estate Agents

 

 

 

ZAKARIA

 

tresauctioneers@yahoo.com

999934243, 999834788

 

 

 

Auctioneers

Trust Auctioneers & Estate Agents

 

 

 

MIKE MBEWE

 

trustll@trustauctioneers.com

999953774

 

 

 

Auctioneers

Connect Auctioneers

 

 

 

DAN MAGOMBO

 

danmagombo@ymail.com

999272087, 888325169

 

 

 

Auctioneers

AHL Tobacco Sales

 

 

 

NELSON DAKA

 

ts@tobaccosales.mw

1710554/378/379, 888976363

 

 

 

Auctioneers

Kanoc Auctioneers & Estate Agents

 

 

 

CHARITY MALANGA, STEVE BANDA

 

kanocauction@gmail.com;zcmalanga@gmail.com

999142672 / 999000098

 

 

 

Auctioneers

Anderson Engineering Malawi

 

 

 

H. JERE

 

dtembo@andersonengineeringmw.com

999950427/888205427

 

 

 

Air-Conditioner Supply/Installation/Maintenance

Eagle Air-Conditioning & Services

 

 

 

MICHAEL DAS, MANUEL DA TRINDADE

 

sales@eagleaircon.com

999612004/88861004/999070605

 

 

 

Air-Conditioner Supply/Installation/Maintenance

Globe Electronics Ltd

 

 

 

BRYSON NKASALA

 

itllw@globemw.net

1751999

 

 

 

Air-Conditioner Supply/Installation/Maintenance

Global Refridgeration and Air Conditioning

 

 

 

 FAIZAL AHMED

 

faizal.globalmalawi@gmail.com

999915

 

 

 

Air-Conditioner Supply/Installation/Maintenance

IT Centre

 

 

 

TALHA MOHSIN

 

talha.mohsin@itcentre.mw

999612763

 

 

 

Air-Conditioner Supply/Installation/Maintenance

Xerographics Ltd

 

 

 

TAYUB NASSER

 

kgadama@xerographicsmw.com

9999829631

 

 

 

Air-Conditioner Supply/Installation/Maintenance

Business Machine Limited

 

 

 

RANGITH SHITHARAN

 

gm@bml-mw.com

888250723

 

 

 

Air-Conditioner Supply/Installation/Maintenance

Central Chefs Catering Services

 

 

 

 

 

centralchefs@globemw.net

01701058, 0999314433, 0888414433

 

 

 

CATERING SERVICES: EVENTS AND DAILY CANTEEN SERVICES

Caterings Solutions

 

 

 

 

 

akbani@malawi.net;akbanies@globemax4g.com

01724416,  01758355

 

 

 

CATERING SERVICES: EVENTS AND DAILY CANTEEN SERVICES

D J Hardware

 

 

 

JAYU KOTECHA

 

djhardware@globemax4g.com; djhardware@malawi.net;

1823079, 0888310171, 1822030, 0888834729

 

 

 

CONSTRUCTION AND HARDWARE MATERIALS

Deekay Suppliers

 

 

 

AMIT J. HINGRANJIA, BAKUL P. PARMAR

 

info@deekaylilongwe.com;account@deekaylilongwe.com

995201502/994493255

 

 

 

CONSTRUCTION AND HARDWARE MATERIALS

H H Wholesalers

 

 

 

MR. THOM

 

hhw.malawi@gmail.com

1756101, 999888747

 

 

 

CONSTRUCTION AND HARDWARE MATERIALS

Pak Hardware & General Suppliers

 

 

 

SALMAN DOSSANI

 

pakhardware@relay.malawi.net

999284122

 

 

 

CONSTRUCTION AND HARDWARE MATERIALS

LMD Trading Company

 

 

 

RISHIB GHURA

 

lmd@lmdmw.com

01752866, 888826034

 

 

 

CONSTRUCTION AND HARDWARE MATERIALS

Shire Limited

 

 

 

VICTOR MANDA

 

victor@shiremw.com

1845601, 999472003

 

 

 

CONSTRUCTION AND HARDWARE MATERIALS

Far  Distribution Company

 

 

 

IMRAN FARUK

 

fargroup@globemw.net

999821141, 1725886

 

 

 

CONSTRUCTION AND HARDWARE MATERIALS

WL Trading

 

 

 

WASSIM KASSAM

 

wkassam@globemw.net, manobec2@globemw.net

1758258

 

 

 

CONSTRUCTION AND HARDWARE MATERIALS

Charter Insurance Company Ltd

 

 

 

 

 

info@charter-insurance.mw

 

 

 

 

GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANIES

Co-operatives General Insurance Ltd

 

 

 

 

 

Bardon.Mbera@mw.cicinsurancegroup.com

 

 

 

 

GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANIES

General Alliance Insurance Ltd

 

 

 

 

 

info@generalalliancemw.com

1822100

 

 

 

GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANIES

NICO General Insurance Company Ltd

 

 

 

 

 

dmbendera@nicogeneral.com

 

 

 

 

GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANIES

Prime Insurance Company Ltd

 

 

 

Beston Mhango

 

prime@primeinsurance.mw

1757721

 

 

 

GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANIES

Britam Insurance Company Malawi Ltd

 

 

 

Collen Sibande

 

csibande@britam.com

995118126

 

 

 

GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANIES

Reunion Insurance Company Ltd

 

 

 

Madalitso Kamberengende

 

mkamberengende@reunioninsurance.com

1757158

 

 

 

GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANIES

United General Insurance Company Ltd

 

 

 

 

 

ugi@ugimalawi.com

 

 

 

 

GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANIES

Co-operatives Life Assurance Ltd

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES

NICO Life Insurance Company Ltd

 

 

 

 

 

dmbendera@nicogeneral.com

 

 

 

 

LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES

Old Mutual Life Assurance Company Malawi Ltd

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES

Smile Life Insurance Company Ltd

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES

Vanguard Life Assurance Company Ltd

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES

Sky Net Worldwide Express

 

 

 

BRIGHTON KAMTAMBE

 

operations@skynetmalawi.com

1700572

 

 

 

COURIER SERVICES

Fed Ex Express

 

 

 

Atupele Kumwembe

 

atupele.kumwembe@fedex.com

01876672/ 01753000/ 0999913742

 

 

 

COURIER SERVICES

Times Courier

 

 

 

Gray Chikanda

 

csamba@bnltimes.com

1757408

 

 

 

COURIER SERVICES

G4S Secure Solutions

 

 

 

ALFRED KONGWE CHITULU

 

alfred.chitulu@mw.g4s.com

888018609/999929716

 

 

 

COURIER SERVICES

Malawi  Post Corporation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COURIER SERVICES

Ampex Courier

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COURIER SERVICES

Fast way Couriers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COURIER SERVICES

Silver Spring Cleaning  Services

 

 

 

GEORGINA LIKONGWE, DR. DESMOND BIKO

 

info@ascenmw.com;glikongwe@madisonmw.com

01775433/0995424800/ 0993452903

 

 

 

CLEANNG SERVICES

Kusala Enterprises

 

 

 

SOPHIE PHALULA

 

phalulasophie@yahoo.com;kusalacleaners@gmail.com

0999952656/ 0888452656

 

 

 

CLEANNG SERVICES

Royal Oak Industrial Cleaners

 

 

 

 

 

roic@globemw.net

 

 

 

 

CLEANNG SERVICES

Magic Clean

 

 

 

ALICE MBISA

 

mic.magic2007@gmail.com;alicembisa@yahoo.co.uk

995565334

 

 

 

CLEANNG SERVICES

Bespat Construction

 

 

 

 

 

bestonk@yahoo.com

 

 

 

 

CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES

Glassasi Building Contractors

 

 

 

GLADWELL YOHANE

 

glasasibc@gmail.com

999287725

 

 

 

CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES

Mchinji Boys Construction

 

 

 

JUSTICE KATIKA

 

justicekatika@gmail.com

999910217/991357585/885220939

 

 

 

CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES

SHIRECO Building Contractors

 

 

 

RODRIGUE JUMBE

 

shirecontractors@yahoo.co.uk

999931829

 

 

 

CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES

SITBEC Limited

 

 

 

WILLIAM MBOBE

 

sitbec@africa-online.net

999372164

 

 

 

CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES

Trinkon Construction

 

 

 

FRANCIS NAMONJEZA

 

info@trinkongroup.com

888343523/087006145

 

 

 

CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES

Tri-State Building  Contractors

 

 

 

 STEVEN EVANS TAYLOR

 

tristate.malawi@gmail.com

999953775

 

 

 

CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES

Chariton Construction

 

 

 

SYLVESTER THIPWAYIRA

 

charitonconstruction.mw@gmail

0999536585 / 0888110110

 

 

 

CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES

Tent Peg Engineering Solutions

 

 

 

THENFORD KACHULU

 

contracting.tentpeg@gmail.com; info@tentpegsolutions.com

888526305/0993745795

 

 

 

CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES

PBM Construction

 

 

 

DR. PETER MATIPWIRI

 

pbmconstructions@gmail.com

888901940

 

 

 

CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES

Durobloc Construction &Joinery

 

 

 

GEORGE PAUL GODINHO

 

durobloc.ltd@gmail.com

997523608

 

 

 

CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES

ACH Limited

 

 

 

AMMAN HAMUZA

 

achlimited@gmail.com

0884555445/0991450252

 

 

 

CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES

Built Environs Limited

 

 

 

  STEPHANIE S. NGWIRI

 

info@builtenvironsmw.com. sngwiri@builtenvironsmw.com

265 (0) 999 886 219

 

 

 

CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES

City Building Contractors

 

 

 

RUTH E MKANDAWIRE

 

cbc@globemw.com

0888 743 265/0995 511 835

 

 

 

CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES

DBM Construction

 

 

 

BILLY FRANCIS MILIMBO

 

dbmconstruction2000@gmail.com

265 888 470 157, +265 997 813

 

 

 

CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES

Fargo Limited

 

 

 

ANIL SARIPILLI

 

fargo.group@fargomw.com

08 88 152 033/01 844 500

 

 

 

CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES

M&J Construction

 

 

 

CHIMWEMWE KAKHUTA MTEGHA

 

mj.construction.company2007@gmail.com

+265 888 209 192 / +265 995 209 192

 

 

 

CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES

Mount Camel Construction

 

 

 

SELINA MWENELUPEMPHE

 

info@mountcarmelltd. org

26588882 8264 | 999837 207

 

 

 

CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES

Plem Construction Limited

 

 

 

MR M.N KRISHNAN

 

info@plemconstruction.com

(+265 995 844 176

 

 

 

CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES

TAAI

 

 

 

RAIHAAN GHUMRA

 

taai.civilworks@gmail.com

265 999970133 +265 882094906 

 

 

 

CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES

Avis Car Rental

 

 

 

M. OMAR, MOHSIN PATEL, SHAHUL HAMEED

 

reservations@avis.co.mw; mohsin@avis.co.mw

01870340, 01870166, 0888868700, 09991112999, 0991124165, 0212272531, 00919004289992

 

 

 

CAR RENTAL/HIRE SERVICES

Apex Rent a Car

 

 

 

NIZAM KASMANI, UZAIR KASMANI

 

apexcars@globemw.net

999950707, 992684422

 

 

 

CAR RENTAL/HIRE SERVICES

Budget Car Hire

 

 

 

 

 

budgetcarhire@Africa-Online.net

888832028, 209832028

 

 

 

CAR RENTAL/HIRE SERVICES

Country Wide Car Hire

 

 

 

MIKE MLOMBWA, FRIDAY KUMNITENGO, VAIDA MKWATE

 

sales@countrywidemw.com

999835414, 999952789, 999954759

 

 

 

CAR RENTAL/HIRE SERVICES

Convenient Car Hire

 

 

 

MWAI NJANJI

 

convenient@globemw.net

0999110009, 0888712787, 0999606376

 

 

 

CAR RENTAL/HIRE SERVICES

Sharma Electrical

 

 

 

BOB SHARMA

 

sharmaelect@sharmamw.com

999950789

 

 

 

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS

Mayona Contractor

 

 

 

 

 

mayona93@hotmail.com

1753421

 

 

 

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS

Yankho Electrical Contractors

 

 

 

WILLIAM NKHONO

 

wknkhono@yahoo.com

999401053

 

 

 

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS

Duma Electrics Ltd

 

 

 

CHARLES K. MVULA/MALUMBO MVULA

 

ckmvula@dumaelectrics.com

888831411/994683513

 

 

 

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS

Aquabor International Ltd

 

 

 

PAUL NAZOMBE

 

kondwani77@gmail.com

999378116

 

 

 

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS

Globenet Project and Technical  Services

 

 

 

CHIMWEMWE LIYAO

 

globnetprojects@gmail.com

881976610

 

 

 

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS

Blesch Engineering Contractor

 

 

 

CHIMWEMWE CHIKONSO

 

chikonsoc@gmail.com

0888365408   0995071175

 

 

 

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS

Zamangwe Electrical Contractors

 

 

 

D. ZAMANGWE

 

zamangwe_electrical@outlook.com

888825701, 999628393

 

 

 

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS

Malinga Electrical Contractors

 

 

 

TIMOTHY MALINGA

 

malingaelectrical@yahoo.com

999600000, 888600000

 

 

 

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS

G.K Building and Electrical Contractors

 

 

 

GREYSON KAFAMWEKA

 

gkconstruction2009@yahoo.com

999937249

 

 

 

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS

A A M FURNISHERS

 

 

 

ASIF MIRZA

 

mirzafwaz@hotmail.com

1758328/0999160328

 

 

 

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE

Consumer Electronics Ltd

 

 

 

IMRAN OSMAN

 

ces-llw@malawi.net

999821445

 

 

 

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE

Lords Best Collections

 

 

 

 

 

lordsbestcollection@yahoo.com

1755931

 

 

 

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE

Akbanies

 

 

 

MICHAEL CORREOS, JONAS KAPASWICHE, BRIDGETTE SINTHAMPI

akbani@malawi.net; akbanies@globemax4g.com

0999971041/045, 880849298, 888871821, 999950863

 

 

 

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE

 

Block Buster Electronics

 

 

 

MARY MWENEFUMBO

 

mary.mwenifumbo@blockbustermw.com; info@blockbustermw.com

993968233

 

 

 

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE

Pound Stretchers

 

 

 

NEHA CHELANI

 

admin@poundstretcherafrica.com

995556753

 

 

 

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE

Kon Tek Safety Company

 

 

 

RON NYALEYE

 

konteksafetycompany@gmail.com;info@kontekmw.com;ron@kontekmw.com;sales@kontekmw.com

0999388765/0991104784/0887104784

 

 

 

FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT (SUPPLY AND MAINTENANCE

Kabula Industry Safety Specialists

 

 

 

EZE KADAMMANJA

 

kabula.lilongwe@kissltd.org

0991710500/0999520115

 

 

 

FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT (SUPPLY AND MAINTENANCE

Actor Safety Products

 

 

 

ARMSTRONG MWANSA

 

actor@globemax4g.com

01750383/ 0999914845

 

 

 

FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT (SUPPLY AND MAINTENANCE

Fire Tek Company Limited

 

 

 

KEVIN COOMBES

 

fire-tek@malawi.net

01824626/0999933286/0999952484

 

 

 

FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT (SUPPLY AND MAINTENANCE

A A M FURNISHERS

 

 

 

ASIF MIRZA

 

mirzafhif@yahoo.com

1758328/0999160328

 

 

 

FURNITURE AND FITTINGS

Brymsons LTD

 

 

 

NAAZ BHEDA

 

brymsonsltd@gmail.com

1753996/ 0999842798

 

 

 

FURNITURE AND FITTINGS

Lords Best Sellers

 

 

 

 

 

lordsbestcollection@yahoo.com

 

 

 

 

FURNITURE AND FITTINGS

Mapanga Furnitures

 

 

 

ALKESH A. PATEL, MAHESH B. PATEL

 

maheshpat@globemw.net

01661736/774/751,0888203606,888821168

 

 

 

FURNITURE AND FITTINGS

Renov8

 

 

 

MARIAM AZIZ

 

mimorenov8@yahoo.com

01725828, 0999932500

 

 

 

FURNITURE AND FITTINGS

Akbanies

 

 

 

SHABIR AKBANIE

 

akbanies@globemax4g.com

01758155/01758355 

 

 

 

FURNITURE AND FITTINGS

Xerographics Ltd

 

 

 

 

 

xerographics@malawi.net;blantyre@xerographicsmw.com

01844511, 01756

 

 

 

FURNITURE AND FITTINGS

Staples

 

 

 

 

 

jaisons@globemw.net

01753017, 01750202

 

 

 

FURNITURE AND FITTINGS

WL Trading

 

 

 

WASIM KASSAM

 

wkassam@globemw.net

888999087

 

 

 

FURNITURE AND FITTINGS

Staples

 

 

 

 

 

jaisons@globemw.net

01753017, 01750202

 

 

 

FURNITURE AND FITTINGS

Block Buster Electronics

 

 

 

MARY MWENEFUMBO

 

mary.mwenifumbo@blockbustermw.com; info@blockbustermw.com

993968233

 

 

 

FURNITURE AND FITTINGS

Pound Stretchers

 

 

 

NEHA CHELANI

 

admin@poundstretcherafrica.com

995556753

 

 

 

FURNITURE AND FITTINGS

Farming and Engineering Limited (FES)

 

 

 

THIAN MYBURGH

 

salesll@fesmw.com

999291421

 

 

 

GENERATOR SERVICE, REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE

Barloworld Equipment Malawi Limited

 

 

 

J. ZIMBA

 

jzimba@barloworld-malawi.com

01870666/

 

 

 

GENERATOR SERVICE, REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE

Diesel Tech

 

 

 

DOMINIC PHIRI

 

diesel.tech@rocketmail.com

888969756

 

 

 

GENERATOR SERVICE, REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE

Mzito Enterprise

 

 

 

WESLEY MSOWOYA

 

mzitoenterprises@gmail.commsowoyawesley@yahoo.com

888867204

 

 

 

GENERATOR SERVICE, REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE

Hisco House Limited

 

 

 

GEORGE MALUNGA

 

wpa@hiscohouse.com generators@hiscohouse.com

888791222

 

 

 

GENERATOR SERVICE, REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE

Global Refridgeration and Air Conditioning

 

 

 

FAIZAL

 

faizal.globalmalawi@gmail.com info.globalmalawi@gmail.com

999915444

 

 

 

GENERATOR SERVICE, REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE

DDL Investments

 

 

 

ZEBRON LANGWE

 

langwezebron@gmail.com

999567676

 

 

 

GENERATOR SERVICE, REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE

AH Networks

 

 

 

HENRY MWENECHANYA

 

ahnetworks@africa-online.net

1725472

 

 

 

LAN/Internet Installation

First Net ICT Systems LTD

 

 

 

 

 

 

1830006

 

 

 

LAN/Internet Installation

ICL Limited

 

 

 

Titus Nnesa

 

tnnensa@gmail.com

1822290/0888822188

 

 

 

LAN/Internet Installation

Computech Business Services

 

 

 

 

 

headoffice@computech.mw

0111 912 707,   01 774 510

 

 

 

LAN/Internet Installation

TLC Networks

 

 

 

TIMOTHY CHIKOJA

 

tlcnetworksmw@gmail.com

999080014

 

 

 

LAN/Internet Installation

Godka Technologies Limited

 

 

 

GODWIN KAMHUKA

 

godwin@godkatetech.com

9999344188

 

 

 

LAN/Internet Installation

Lilongwe Chirani Ltd

 

 

 

RICHMOND MIPA

 

richmondmipa@hotmail.com;gmkuliwa@gmail.com

01725264/0999914918

 

 

 

Medical Supplies

Galaxy Pharmaceutical & Surgical Ltd

 

 

 

PARANG MAKHECHA

 

jayant_makhecha@yahoo.co.uk;galaxypharmaceutical@globemax4g.com

01832466/0888222848

 

 

 

Medical Supplies

Pharma Chemie Limited

 

 

 

 

 

pcllbt@noorgrp.co.mw

01871345/01871581

 

 

 

Medical Supplies

Pharmamed Company

 

 

 

 

 

pharmamed2011@gmail.com

01756816/0212952069

 

 

 

Medical Supplies

Complete Laboratory Diagnostics

 

 

 

 

 

completelab2000@yahoo.co.uk

0888740760/01823975

 

 

 

Medical Supplies

Worldwide Pharmaceutical Distributors

 

 

 

 

 

worldwide@africa-online.net;worldwide@globemax4g.com

01725109/ 01727016

 

 

 

Medical Supplies

Steel & Wood Furnitures

 

 

 

IMRAN FARUK

 

imifaruk@icloud.com

01725828/0999932500/0994078178

 

 

 

Medical Supplies

Couzy Distributors

 

 

 

Karambo

 

couzydistributors@gmail.com

888428384

 

 

 

Medical Supplies

Stecelia Motors

 

 

 

 

 

steceliamotors@yahoo.com

0888823815/0111982656

 

 

 

Motor Vehicle Servicing

North End Motors

 

 

 

 

 

northend@africa-online.net

01727890/690

 

 

 

Motor Vehicle Servicing

M.A. Motors

 

 

 

ANDREW MOYA

 

ma_motors@malawi.net

01751727, 01751764, 0888831793

 

 

 

Motor Vehicle Servicing

Caring Motor Service

 

 

 

HEADSON KAMBIYA

 

caringmotorservice@gmail.com

995185966

 

 

 

Motor Vehicle Servicing

Royal Motors

 

 

 

ZAFAR IQBAL

 

zafar.iqbal@royalmw.com

1843084

 

 

 

Motor Vehicle Servicing

Taurus Batteries

 

 

 

Imran

 

taurus@africa-online.net

01 824 606, 0888828582

 

 

 

Moto Vehicle Tyres and Accessories

Kwik Fit

 

 

 

Mulipa

 

salesll@kwikfitmw.com

991002030

 

 

 

Moto Vehicle Tyres and Accessories

UNISPARE

 

 

 

Jussab

 

jaisons@globemw.net

01 750 202

 

 

 

Moto Vehicle Tyres and Accessories

Wheels & Exhaust Centre

 

 

 

J. Phiri

 

wheels@globemax4g.com

01 755 425

 

 

 

Moto Vehicle Tyres and Accessories

Treadmaster

 

 

 

IYAS NAWAS

 

treadmasters@globemw.net

993510650, 888234333

 

 

 

Moto Vehicle Tyres and Accessories

Visco city

 

 

 

RAZAK KASSAM

 

razakkassam499@hotmail.com

01 757 996/01 759 324/0999 965266

 

 

 

Moto Vehicle Tyres and Accessories

Agriculture & Auto supplies

 

 

 

 

 

popemzumara@ymail.com

01756953, 0888844538

 

 

 

Moto Vehicle Tyres and Accessories

Far  Distribution Company

 

 

 

POPE M. MZUMARA

 

fargroup@globemw.net

01725886, 01724537, 0888892359

 

 

 

Moto Vehicle Tyres and Accessories

LMD Trading Company

 

 

 

MR. GHUMRA, MR. QASSIM

 

lmd@lmdmw.com

01 751925/ 01 753651/ 0888826034/ 0995499325

 

 

 

Moto Vehicle Tyres and Accessories

Steel Kings

 

 

 

Muhammad Abullah

 

zoheb1@live.com; steelkings01@gmail.com

01759480, 01312793, 0888355732

 

 

 

Moto Vehicle Tyres and Accessories

Entyre Limited

 

 

 

Zain

 

zain@entyre.net

1752429

 

 

 

Moto Vehicle Tyres and Accessories

Toyota Malawi Limited

 

 

 

NEWTON MLAGHA, LUCY JIYA

 

info@toyotamalawi.com

1841933/ 999955804 / 999 722210

 

 

 

Moto Vehicle Tyres and Accessories

Tyre Solutions

 

 

 

 SAEED GIRACH

 

saeed.girach@gmail.com

888398786

 

 

 

Moto Vehicle Tyres and Accessories

Associated Tyres

 

 

 

SUFIAN OMAR

 

associated@associatedmw.com

01840555/031002829

 

 

 

Moto Vehicle Tyres and Accessories

WL Trading

 

 

 

WASIM KASSAM

 

wkassam@globemw.net

888999087

 

 

 

Moto Vehicle Tyres and Accessories

Auto & Tyre Limited (Dunlop)

 

 

 

Santhosh Parayil

 

santhosh.pp@carboncorp.net

997301607

 

 

 

Moto Vehicle Tyres and Accessories

Royal Motors

 

 

 

ZAFAR IQBAL

 

zafar.iqbal@royalmw.com

1843084

 

 

 

Moto Vehicle Tyres and Accessories

 Centre for Development Management Consulting and Learning Facility

 

 

Brighton B Sibale

 

bbsibale@gmail.com

1762755

 

 

 

 

CONSULTANCY (FIELD DATA COLLECTION)

 MaiKhanda Trust

 

 

 

Eric Tsetekani

 

etsetekani@maikhanda.ord

888743733

 

 

 

CONSULTANCY (FIELD DATA COLLECTION)

 Circle for Integrated Community Development (CICOD)

 

 

Amosi Tizora

 

cicodmalawi2004@gmail.com

999855081

 

 

 

 

CONSULTANCY (FIELD DATA COLLECTION)

CISP – Comitato Internazionale per lo Sviluppo dei Popoli

 

 

Yasmin Ahmed

 

yasmin@cisp-ngo.org

39063215498

 

 

 

 

CONSULTANCY (FIELD DATA COLLECTION)

 Metrowall

 

 

 

Zengani Mkandawire

 

zengani@gmail.com

999385013

 

 

 

CONSULTANCY (FIELD DATA COLLECTION)

Makoka and Associates (M&A)

 

 

 

Donald makoka

 

donmakoka@yahoo.co.uk

888930830

 

 

 

CONSULTANCY (FIELD DATA COLLECTION)

Centre for Social Research

 

 

 

Blessings Chinsinga

 

csr@cc.ac.mw

1525194

 

 

 

CONSULTANCY (FIELD DATA COLLECTION)

Research Insight

 

 

 

 

 

info@rilmw.com

999165178

 

 

 

CONSULTANCY (FIELD DATA COLLECTION)

 Centre for Agricultural Research and Development (CARD)

 

 

Thabie Chilongo

 

tchilongo@luanar@ac.mw

1277412

 

 

 

 

CONSULTANCY (FIELD DATA COLLECTION)

Civil Society Agriculture Network (CISANET)

 

 

 

 

 

jrmasuku@gmail.com

1770494

 

 

 

CONSULTANCY (FIELD DATA COLLECTION)

Bill Consulting

 

 

 

William Chitwere

 

billconsultingltd@gmail.com

888861475

 

 

 

CONSULTANCY (FIELD DATA COLLECTION)

C12 Consulting

 

 

 

Callum Saunders

 

csanders@ctwelve.org

998521663

 

 

 

CONSULTANCY (FIELD DATA COLLECTION)

Umunthu Plus

 

 

 

Mavuto Jawado

 

umunthuplus@gmail.com

999196535

 

 

 

CONSULTANCY (FIELD DATA COLLECTION)

Multiconsult Africa

 

 

 

Sangwani Chavula

 

multiconsultafrica.mca@gmail.com

990404659

 

 

 

CONSULTANCY (FIELD DATA COLLECTION)

Gestetner Ltd

 

 

 

 

 

gestetner@inet.mw

1871433

 

 

 

OFFICE EQUIPMENT (SUPPLY AND MAINTENANCE)

IT Centre

 

 

 

 

 

loveness.kachika@itcentre.mw

1752348

 

 

 

OFFICE EQUIPMENT (SUPPLY AND MAINTENANCE)

HEKO Technologies

 

 

 

HENRY KOPA

 

hkopa@heko-itsupport.net;

1775988, 01775983, 0888872675

 

 

 

OFFICE EQUIPMENT (SUPPLY AND MAINTENANCE)

Xerographics Ltd

 

 

 

 

 

blantyre@xerographicmw.com

 

 

 

 

OFFICE EQUIPMENT (SUPPLY AND MAINTENANCE)

Business Machine Limited

 

 

 

RANGITH STHARAM

 

gm@bml-mw.com

888250723

 

 

 

OFFICE EQUIPMENT (SUPPLY AND MAINTENANCE)

ICL Limited

 

 

 

 

 

khisenkesa@yahoo.com

1773304

 

 

 

OFFICE EQUIPMENT (SUPPLY AND MAINTENANCE)

Computer Shop

 

 

 

 

 

computershop@sdnp.org.mw

1870668

 

 

 

OFFICE EQUIPMENT (SUPPLY AND MAINTENANCE)

Business Computer Services

 

 

 

 

 

info@bcsmalawi.mw

1820290

 

 

 

OFFICE EQUIPMENT (SUPPLY AND MAINTENANCE)

Inspired Computer Technology Consultants

 

 

 

 

 

sales@ictconsultantsmw.mw

111770674

 

 

 

OFFICE EQUIPMENT (SUPPLY AND MAINTENANCE)

Link Tech Services

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OFFICE EQUIPMENT (SUPPLY AND MAINTENANCE)

Office World

 

 

 

IRFAN TAYUB

 

0fficeworld@malawi.net

1751321

 

 

 

OFFICE STATIONERY AND CONSUMABLES

Waka Stationery

 

 

 

WAKA

 

raziabanuwaka@ymail.com

1753824

 

 

 

OFFICE STATIONERY AND CONSUMABLES

H B Stationers

 

 

 

 

 

hbstationers@Africa-Online.net

1755370

 

 

 

OFFICE STATIONERY AND CONSUMABLES

Staples

 

 

 

JUSAB

 

jaisons@globemw.net

1750202

 

 

 

OFFICE STATIONERY AND CONSUMABLES

E CES Trading

 

 

 

EWART CHINSIMA

 

e.cesprint@gmail.com

1771857, 888953750, 999953750

 

 

 

OFFICE STATIONERY AND CONSUMABLES

Paper Tiger

 

 

 

MR. SAVJANI

 

belasavjani@gmail.com

1754380, 01752075, 0999595444, 0996083224

 

 

 

OFFICE STATIONERY AND CONSUMABLES

Xpress Stationers

 

 

 

KALARIA

 

lilongwe@expressstationers.com ; blantyre@expressstationres.com

0999787079, 01753471

 

 

 

OFFICE STATIONERY AND CONSUMABLES

Creative Computers & Stationers

 

 

 

Muhammad Abdullah

 

creativecomputersandstationers@gmail.com

1759630

 

 

 

OFFICE STATIONERY AND CONSUMABLES

Business Machine Limited

 

 

 

RANJITH STHARAM

 

gm@bml-mw.com

888250723

 

 

 

OFFICE STATIONERY AND CONSUMABLES

Xerographics Ltd

 

 

 

KING GADAMIKA

 

xerographics@malawi.net: blantyre@xerographicsmw.com

1844511

 

 

 

OFFICE STATIONERY AND CONSUMABLES

Hi field Centre

 

 

 

AZHAR BHEDA

 

image@globemw.net

01726789, 01725385

 

 

 

OFFICE STATIONERY AND CONSUMABLES

Mercantile International

 

 

 

WATSON KAUNDE

 

mercantile001@gmail.com

1775817

 

 

 

OFFSET PRINTING AND BRANDING

Print Shop

 

 

 

BEV TRATARIS

 

printshop@africa-online.net

1750082

 

 

 

OFFSET PRINTING AND BRANDING

Corporate Promotions

 

 

 

LWENDO KAZEMBE

 

corporatepro@globemw.net

212770200/211, 888922233, 999236819

 

 

 

OFFSET PRINTING AND BRANDING

Hallmark Creation Limited

 

 

 

GIFT GONDWE

 

ggondwe@hcl.mw

888881909

 

 

 

OFFSET PRINTING AND BRANDING

E CES Trading

 

 

 

EWART CHINSIMA

 

e.cesprint@gmail.com

1771857, 888953750, 999953750

 

 

 

OFFSET PRINTING AND BRANDING

Print Care

 

 

 

RAHUL

 

finance@printcare.mw

999988800

 

 

 

OFFSET PRINTING AND BRANDING

Image Printing Works

 

 

 

JIBRAAN BHEDA

 

image@globemw.net

997316033

 

 

 

OFFSET SCREEN PRINTING

Design Printers

 

 

 

PRAVIN

 

designprinters@gmail.com

1750802

 

 

 

OFFSET SCREEN PRINTING

Capital Printing Works

 

 

 

NELSON NKUNGA

 

cpp@africa-online.net

1752032

 

 

 

OFFSET SCREEN PRINTING

Mercantile International

 

 

 

KAUNDE

 

mercantile001@gmail.com

1775817

 

 

 

OFFSET SCREEN PRINTING

Xerographics Ltd

 

 

 

K GADAMIKA

 

blantyre@xerographicmw.com

1834638

 

 

 

OFFSET SCREEN PRINTING

Hallmark Creation Limited

 

 

 

GIFT GONDWE

 

ggondwe@hcl.mw

88881909

 

 

 

OFFSET SCREEN PRINTING

KRIS Offset & Screen  Printers

 

 

 

SHABIR

 

info@krisoffset.com

1810261/1810847/888107261/991971040/888823587/999823587

 

 

 

OFFSET SCREEN PRINTING

BNC Packaging Ltd

 

 

 

 

 

gerald.maere@bncpackaging.com   robert.msakambewa@bncpackaging.com

01 874255, 01871885

 

 

 

PP WOVEN SACKS, TARPAULINS, BLACK SHEETINGS AND PLASTIC PACKAGING

Shore Rubber Ltd

 

 

 

MUHAMMAD MALIDA

 

shorerubber_QAM@africa-online.net

999988399

 

 

 

PP WOVEN SACKS, TARPAULINS, BLACK SHEETINGS AND PLASTIC PACKAGING

O G Plastic Industries

 

 

 

AKASH BAPS

 

gm@ogplastics.com

996534777

 

 

 

PP WOVEN SACKS, TARPAULINS, BLACK SHEETINGS AND PLASTIC PACKAGING

Agrosacks Industries

 

 

 

RAJESH VADHWANA

 

agrosack@sdnp.org.mw

1646124

 

 

 

PP WOVEN SACKS, TARPAULINS, BLACK SHEETINGS AND PLASTIC PACKAGING

Venetian Blind Specialists

 

 

 

SAMSON CHITENJE

 

vbs-pipeco@globemw.net

888821282

 

 

 

PP WOVEN SACKS, TARPAULINS, BLACK SHEETINGS AND PLASTIC PACKAGING

Lilongwe Plastic Packaging Limited

 

 

 

MAHESH GHEDIA

 

sales@lpplmalawi.com

992676513

 

 

 

PP WOVEN SACKS, TARPAULINS, BLACK SHEETINGS AND PLASTIC PACKAGING

Aero Plastics Limited

 

 

 

JAVED JUSSAB

 

aip@globemw.net

999940400

 

 

 

PP WOVEN SACKS, TARPAULINS, BLACK SHEETINGS AND PLASTIC PACKAGING

Polypack Limited

 

 

 

VIJAYKUMAR GANGADHARAN

 

marketing@polypackmw.net

1844440

 

 

 

PP WOVEN SACKS, TARPAULINS, BLACK SHEETINGS AND PLASTIC PACKAGING

WL Trading

 

 

 

WASIM KASSAM

 

wkassam@globemw.net

888999087

 

 

 

PP WOVEN SACKS, TARPAULINS, BLACK SHEETINGS AND PLASTIC PACKAGING

Royal Motors

 

 

 

ZAFAR IQBAL

 

zafar.iqbal@royalmw.com

1843084

 

 

 

PP WOVEN SACKS, TARPAULINS, BLACK SHEETINGS AND PLASTIC PACKAGING

Notion Communications Ltd

 

 

 

 

 

penny@notionlive.com;vinjeru@notionlive.com

01832035/6/01989032/0999953468

 

 

 

RADIO/TV PRODUCTION

Mercantile International

 

 

 

Watson Kaunde

 

sales@mercantilemw.net

0999910006/ 0999952180

 

 

 

RADIO/TV PRODUCTION

Roof House Ogilvy

 

 

 

ROBERT SALIJENI

 

bsalijeni@hotmail.com

0999910989/0999950453

 

 

 

RADIO/TV PRODUCTION

Ken Steel Engineering

 

 

 

KEN CHILEWE

 

ken.chilewe@gmail.com

888873005

 

 

 

ROCKET STOVES

Malunga Welding

 

 

 

WADSON  MALUNGA

 

wadson.malunga@gmail.com

0888698668/0999434336

 

 

 

ROCKET STOVES

The Hestian Project (Area 55 Consulting)

 

 

 

MAYA STEWART

 

info@area55consulting.com

999383457

 

 

 

ROCKET STOVES

Maglass

 

 

 

FRANCIS KUMWENDA

 

maglass04@gmail.com

888655479

 

 

 

STEEL AND ALUMINIUM

Tent Peg Engineering Solutions

 

 

 

THENFORD KACHULU

 

contracting.tentpeg@gmail.com; info@tentpegsolutions.com

888526305/0993745795

 

 

 

STEEL AND ALUMINIUM

Donekis Construction

 

 

 

DONEKIS TAOMBE

 

donekis.taombe@yahoo.com

999510838

 

 

 

STEEL AND ALUMINIUM

Beverly Hills Taxi Services

 

 

 

ALI ALABU

 

beverlyhillstaxi73@gmail.com

0888866426/0999587287

 

 

 

TAXI SERVICES

Classic Car Hire Limited

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TAXI SERVICES

Calix Enterprises Limited

 

 

 

Lydia Phiri

 

lydia.phiri@calixenterprises.com

885333723

 

 

 

Hygiene and Waste Management

Orifice Irrigation and Water Supply (OIWS)

 

 

 

GUMISANI SIWINDA

 

dumisanisiwinda@gmail.com

999061449

 

 

 

IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT AND SOLAR POWERED WATER PUMPS

Anderson Engineering Malawi

 

 

 

 

 

ikaunda@andersonengineeringmw.com

 

 

 

 

IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT AND SOLAR POWERED WATER PUMPS

Farming and Engineering Limited (FES)

 

 

 

 

 

partsllw@fesmw.com

1754988

 

 

 

IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT AND SOLAR POWERED WATER PUMPS

Water umps and Other Tools for Africa (WOTA)

 

 

 

RYAN HOGAN

 

sales@wotamalawi.org

882262908

 

 

 

IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT AND SOLAR POWERED WATER PUMPS

Longevity Development Holdings Limited

 

 

 

 

 

craig@longevitydev.com

991694817

 

 

 

IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT AND SOLAR POWERED WATER PUMPS

Stewarts and Lloyds

 

 

 

PAUL MBULO

 

mphangala77@gmail.com

881637451

 

 

 

IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT AND SOLAR POWERED WATER PUMPS

Stuarts and Group Investments

 

 

 

EDWIN MWAUNGULU

 

stuartsinvestments@gmail.com

999449086

 

 

 

IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT AND SOLAR POWERED WATER PUMPS

Polyglotte Language and Consulting

 

 

 

ALBERT SALIMA

 

info@polyglottelanguage.com

999959647

 

 

 

TRANSLATION SERVICE PROVIDERS

Language Training & Consultancy Solutions (LTCS)

 

 

 

EDWARD SIMBEYE

 

esimbeye@ltcsmw.com

881,570,349

 

 

 

TRANSLATION SERVICE PROVIDERS

Impala Limited

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TRANSLATION SERVICE PROVIDERS

NBS BANK

 

 

 

Esnat Nchembe

 

esnat.nchembe@nbs.mw

1876222

 

 

 

BANKS

Standard Bank

 

 

 

Christina Fumulani

 

christina.fumulani@standardbank.co.mw

9999015100

 

 

 

BANKS

First Capital Bank

 

 

 

 

 

cynthia.mchiela@firstcapital bank.co.mw

 

 

 

 

BANKS

G4S Secure Solutions

 

 

 

Bridgette Sinthampi

 

bridgette.sinthampi@mw.g4s.com

0999 950 863

 

 

 

CASH IN TRANSIT

Garda World

 

 

 

Bryan Honde

 

bryan.honde@garda.com

999888174

 

 

 

CASH IN TRANSIT

Logistics and Transport Services

 

 

 

Catherine Chibambo

 

catherine.chibambo@ltsmw.com

999950919

 

 

 

CASH IN TRANSIT

E-Kwacha

 

 

 

Douglas Mosumbu

 

ekwacha1@gmail.com

999381216

 

 

 

CASH IN TRANSIT

Greenwing Capital

 

 

 

Peterson Nyasulu

 

pnyasulu@greenwingcapital.co.mw

999615952

 

 

 

CASH IN TRANSIT

Pen Engineering

 

 

 

 

 

N/A

999955981

 

 

 

WELDING AND FABRICATION

Industrial Steel Engineering

 

 

 

ROGERS

 

rogermarques99@yahoo.com

881333175

 

 

 

WELDING AND FABRICATION

Vanesa General Welding

 

 

 

 

 

N/A

888509638

 

 

 

WELDING AND FABRICATION

Aidwell Metalworks and Electronics

 

 

 

 

 

N/A

994200000

 

 

 

WELDING AND FABRICATION

Ken Steel Engineering

 

 

 

KEN CHILEWE

 

ken.chilewe@gmail.com

888873005

 

 

 

WELDING AND FABRICATION

Malunga Welding

 

 

 

WADSON  MALUNGA

 

wadson.malunga@gmail.com

0888698668/0999434336

 

 

 

WELDING AND FABRICATION

Durobloc Construction &Joinery

 

 

 

GEORGE PAUL GODINHO

 

durobloc.ltd@gmail.com

997523608

 

 

 

CARPENTRY

Ideal Carpetry Works

 

 

 

 

 

N/A

995403688

 

 

 

CARPENTRY

Lasec and Tile Adhensive

 

 

 

Shaun Roach

 

lasec@lasecmw.com

099 1 710 391

 

 

 

CARPENTRY

Telekom Networks Malawi

 

 

 

Linda Mkandawire

 

Linda.Mkandawire@tnmmpamba.co.mw

888590728

 

 

 

MOBILE MONEY

Malawi  Post Corporation

 

 

 

 

 

Yes

 

 

 

 

POST

Blue Finance

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MICRO FINANCE INSTITUTION

Community Finance

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MICRO FINANCE INSTITUTION

CUMO

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MICRO FINANCE INSTITUTION

FISD Fund

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MICRO FINANCE INSTITUTION

FINCA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MICRO FINANCE INSTITUTION

Northen Alliance Financing Corporation Limited

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MICRO FINANCE INSTITUTION

Malawi Development Fund

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MICRO FINANCE INSTITUTION

Western Union

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

REMITANCE

Money Gram

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

REMITANCE

 

 

Malawi - 4.11 Malawi Additional Services Contact List

Type of Service

Company

Location(s)

Physical Address

Name

Title

Email

Phone Number (office)

Phone Number (mobile)

Fax Number

Description of Services Provided

Website 

Rental Car Companies  

Avis Rent-a-Car Limited 

Blantyre 

Head Office, Chief Kilipula Building, Victoria Avenue, P.O. Box 51059, Blantyre, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

reservations@avis.co.mw 

+265 1 822 719 

24 Hour Reservations:  +265 888 868 700 

Free: 8000 333 

Blantyre Airport:+265 1 892 368 

Lilongwe Airport:+265 1 700 223 

Lilongwe City:+265 1 756 105 

Sunbird Capital Hotel:+265 1 776 670 

 +265 1 872 429 

Rental Car Companies

www.avis.co.za/main.aspx?ID=1216 

Rental Car Companies  

Planet Car Hire Limited 

n/a 

P.O. Box 742, Lilongwe, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

planetcars@globemw.net 

+265 1 753 121 

+265 999 957 531 

n/a 

Rental Car Companies  

n/a 

Rental Car Companies  

Countrywide Car Hire 

 Blantyre 

Plantation House, Ground Floor, P.O. Box 975, Blantyre, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

sales@countrywide-carhiremw.com 

+265 1 822 434 

+265 999 969 666 

n/a 

Rental Car Companies  

www.countrywide-carhiremw.com 

Rental Car Companies  

Countrywide Car Hire Limited 

Lilongwe 

Ground Floor, Acquarius House, P.O. Box 30583, Capital City, Lilongwe 

n/a 

n/a 

sales@countrywide-carhiremw.com 

 +265 1 770 058 

 +265 1 770 044 

n/a 

Rental Car Companies  

www.countrywide-carhiremw.com 

Rental Car Companies  

Siku Car Hire Limited 

 Blantyre 

Greyvillia Road, (next to Speedy’s) P.O. Box 51111, Limbe, Blantyre, Malawi 

Abdul 

n/a 

siku@sikumw.com 

+265 1 847 122 

+265 888 882 107 

+265 1 847 099 

Rental Car Companies  

www.sikucarhire.com 

Rental Car Companies  

Siku Car Hire Limited 

Lilongwe 

Along Mchinji Road at the Petroda Filling Station, Lilongwe, Malawi 

Sajid 

n/a 

reservation@sikullw.com 

 +265 1 755 800  

+265 999 922 5412 

+265 1 756 817 

Rental Car Companies  

www.sikucarhire.com 

Rental Car Companies  

Apex Rent-a-Car 

Lilongwe 

P.O. Box 1132, Area 4, Lilongwe, Malawi 

Kelvin Kaere 

Manager 

apexcars@globemw.com 

+265 1 754 610 

+265 999 950 707 

+265 1 751 430 

Rental Car Companies  

www.apexrentacarmw.com/-contact-us-about-malawi.aspx 

Rental Car Companies  

Zoom Car Hire Limited 

 Blantyre 

Ginnery Corner, Chichiri, Private Bag 375, Blantyre, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

zoomcarhire@hotmail.com 

+265 1 874 889  

+265 888 827 280 

n/a 

Rental Car Companies  

www.zoomcarhiremalawi.com 

Rental Car Companies  

Zoom Car Hire 

Lilongwe 

Mai Aisha Building, opposite Crossroads, P.O. Box 1128, Lilongwe, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

zoomcarhire@hotmail.com 

+265 1 750 892 

+265 888 918 248 

n/a 

Rental Car Companies  

www.zoomcarhiremalawi.com 

Rental Car Companies  

Grand Prix Car Hire Limited 

  

 P.O. Box 285, Zomba, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

gpm@globemw.net 

+265 1 524 598 

n/a 

 +265 1 524 204 

Rental Car Companies  

n/a 

Taxi Companies  

Mc Donald Taxi Services 

 Blantyre 

 Protea Ryalls Hotel, P.O. Box 1967, Blantyre, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

+265 999 938 439 /265 888 651 589 

n/a 

n/a 

Taxi Companies 

n/a 

Taxi Companies  

Liviel Taxi Service 

 Blantyre 

Chileka Airport, Blantyre, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

+265 1 841 095 

n/a 

n/a 

Taxi Companies 

n/a 

Taxi Companies  

Sputnik Taxis 

Lilongwe 

Lilongwe, Malawi (Airport Shuttle Service) 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

 +265 1 700 676 

+265 993 733 155+265 888 411 183 

n/a 

Taxi Companies 

n/a 

Taxi Companies  

Adhoc Taxis 

Lilongwe 

Lilongwe, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

+265 999 934 414 

n/a 

Taxi Companies 

n/a 

Taxi Companies  

Nyika Taxi Service 

  

 Mzuzu, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

+265 1 335 313 

n/a 

n/a 

Taxi Companies 

n/a 

Freight Forwarders  

Bollore Logistics 

 Blantyre 

Corner of Makata & Maunde Roads, P.O. Box 838, Blantyre, Malawi 

 R.K. Phiri 

Managing Director 

Rodrick.Phiri@bollore.com 

 +265 1 892 262 

n/a 

+265 1 870 240 

Freight Forwarders  

n/a 

 Freight Forwarders  

SDV Malawi Limited 

Lilongwe 

Alimaunde Road, P.O. Box 648, Lilongwe, Malawi 

 R.K. Phiri 

Commercial Manager 

George.MANDULA@bollore.co 

+265 1 710 233 

n/a 

 +265 1 710 370 

Freight Forwarders  

n/a 

 Freight Forwarders  

Cargo Management Logistics Limited 

 Blantyre 

Chileka International Airport, P.O. Box 2304, Blantyre, Malawi 

Ruth Nyakamera 

 Ops Manager 

cargomanagement@cmi-malawi.com 

+265 1 878 730 

+265 999 743 729 

+265 1 980475 

Freight Forwarders  

n/a 

 Freight Forwarders  

Cargo Management Logistics Limited 

Lilongwe 

Kanengo Industrial Site, Kanengo, P.O. Box 40666, Lilongwe, Malawi 

Flemings Kapunda 

Manager 

cargomanagement@cmi-malawi.com 

+265 1 700 530 

+265 999 838 985 

+265 1 700 503 

Freight Forwarders  

n/a 

 Freight Forwarders  

Glens Malawi Limited 

  

Kidney Crescent, Ginnery Corner, P.O. Box 629, Blantyre, Malawi 

David Anthony 

General Manager 

glens_tnt@malawi.net 

+265 1 871 888 

+265 1 877 076 

  

Freight Forwarders  

n/a 

 Freight Forwarders  

Glens Malawi Limited 

Lilongwe 

P.O. Box 762, Lilongwe, Malawi 

D. Kasambiza 

 Operations Manager 

glens_tnt@malawi.net 

+265 1 760 052 

  

+265 1 760 587 

Freight Forwarders  

n/a 

 Freight Forwarders  

Transmaritime Limited 

 Blantyre 

 Kidney Crescent, P.O. Box 434, Blantyre, Malawi 

 Ismail Seedat 

Managing Director 

info@transmaritime.net 

 +265 1 876 100  

+265 888 832 786 

+265 1 821 999 

Freight Forwarders  

www.transmaritime.net 

 Freight Forwarders  

KAS Freight Limited 

 Blantyre 

Salmin Armour, Chichiri P.O. Box 30933, Blantyre, Malawi 

Enoch Kasambara 

Managing Director 

kasfreight@kasfreightmw.com 

+265 1 873 044 

Blantyre: +265 1 873 044   

Blantyre Airport:+265 1 892 013  

Lilongwe:+265 1 712 012  

Lilongwe Airport:+265 1 701 298 

n/a 

Blantyre: 

+265 1 877 099 

Blantyre Airport:+265 1 877 099 

Lilongwe:+265 1 712 043 

Lilongwe Airport: +265 1 870 240 

Freight Forwarders  

n/a 

 Freight Forwarders  

CMTC Limited 

 Blantyre 

  Kidney Crescent, Blantyre, Malawi 

 Nicholas 

 Marketing Manager 

  sales@saniclogisticstogo.com 

 +265 1 871 087 

n/a 

 +265 1 871 098 

Freight Forwarders  

  www.saniclogisticstogo.com 

Freight Forwarders  

Cargomate Ltd 

Lilongwe 

Alimaunde off Sslima roda 

J. Damalekani 

Operations Manager 

cargomate@globemw.net 

+265 1710 102 

+265 999606050 

+265 1710727 

Freight Forwarders  

n/a 

Freight Forwarders  

JSJ Freight International Limited 

 Blantyre 

Macleoud Road, Plot # NY 589, Makata Industrial Area, P.O. Box 30321, Chichiri, Blantyre, Malawi 

 Johynston Malivasi 

Manager 

malawi@universalfreightorg.com 

+265 1 875 264 

n/a 

+265 1 875 264 

Freight Forwarders  

n/a 

Handling Equipment Companies 

Barloworld Equipment 

 Blantyre 

Ali Hussan Mwinyi Road, Chichiri, P.O. Box 30643, Blantyre 

Sherif Mambala 

n/a 

smambala@barloworld-malawi.com 

 +265 1 870 666  

+265 999 954 667 

+265 1 871 281 

Handling Equipment Companies 

www.barloworld-equipment.com 

Handling Equipment Companies 

Barloworld Equipment 

  

Alimaunde Estate 28/21, P.O. Box 1263, Lilongwe, Malawi 

 Stanley Kaphiza 

n/a 

skaphiza@barloworld-malawi.com 

+265 1 710 344  

+265 999 954 669 

+265 1 710 114 

Handling Equipment Companies 

http://www.barloworld-equipment.com/ 

Electricity Distributors  

ESCOM 

 Blantyre 

 Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi Limited – ESCOM, ESCOM House, 9 Haile Selassie Road, P.O. Box 2047, Blantyre, Malawi 

A.G. Mandambwe 

Managing Director 

amandambwe@escommw.com 

: +265 1 822 000 

+265 888 863 503 

+265 1 822 008 

n/a 

www.escommw.com 

Electricity Distributors 

ESCOM, Regional Office – South 

 Blantyre 

ESCOM, Chichiri Power Station, End Johnson Road, P.O. Box 2047, Blantyre, Malawi 

James Chunda 

 Regional Manager 

jchunda@escommw.com 

 +265 1 870 263 

+265 999 951 764 

 +265 1 870 282 

n/a 

www.escommw.com 

Electricity Distributors 

ESCOM, Regional Office – Central 

Lilongwe 

ESCOM, Magetsi House, P.O. Box 768, Lilongwe, Malawi 

M.D. Mbewe 

Regional Manager 

dmbewe@escommw.com 

+265 1 773 463 

:+265 999 961 066 

+265 1 773 455 

n/a 

www.escommw.com 

Electricity Distributors 

ESCOM, Regional Office – North 

Mzuzu

ESCOM, Malawi Posts Corpoation Building, P.O. Box 56, Mzuzu, Malawi 

N. Mwenefumbo 

Regional Manager 

n/a 

+265 1 330 083  

+265 999 961 052 

+265 1 333 753 

n/a 

www.escommw.com 

Telecommunications Companies 

Malawi Communications Regulatory Authority 

 Blantyre 

MACRA House, Salmon Amour Road, Ginnery Corner, Private Bag 261, Blantyre, Malawi 

Henry Chibowa  

 Deputy Director Finance & Administration 

hchibowa@macra.org.mw 

+265 1 883 611 

+265 888 510 193 

+265 1 883 890 

Telecommunications Companies 

n/a 

Telecommunications Companies 

Malawi Telecommunications Limited 

 Blantyre 

Lamya House, Mausuko Chipembera Highway, P.O. Box 537, Blantyre 3, Malawi   

n/a 

n/a 

mtlceo@malawi.net 

 +265 1 846 977 

n/a 

+265 1 846 445 

Telecommunications Companies 

www.mtl.mw   

Telecommunications Companies 

Malawi Telecommunications Limited 

Lilongwe 

Paul Kagame Road, Lilongwe, P.O. Box 188, Lilongwe, Malawi   

n/a 

n/a 

mtllw@malawi.net 

+265 1 752 177 

n/a 

 +265 1 755 770 

Telecommunications Companies 

www.mtl.mw   

Telecommunications Companies 

Malawi Net Limited 

 Blantyre 

1st Floor Galaxy House, P.O. Box 1698, Blantyre, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

admin@malawi.net 

+265 1 822 436 

n/a 

: +265 1 824 447 

Telecommunications Companies 

www.malawi.net 

Telecommunications Companies 

Broadband Digital Solutions Limited 

Lilongwe 

 P.O. Box 266, Lilongwe, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

broadband@mw.com 

+265 1 771 688 

n/a 

 +265 1 771 545 

Telecommunications Companies 

  

Telecommunications Companies 

Skyband Corporation Limited 

 Blantyre 

Delamare House, P.O. Box 2461, Blantyre, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

blantyre@skyband.mw 

+265 1 824 255 

n/a 

+265 1 824 011 

Telecommunications Companies 

www.skyband.mw 

Telecommunications Companies 

Skyband Corporation Limited 

Lilongwe 

Skyband House, Chilambula Road, P. O. Box 1147, Lilongwe, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

lilongwe@skyband.mw 

+265 1 756 558 

n/a 

+265 1 756 560 

Telecommunications Companies 

www.skyband.mw 

Telecommunications Companies 

Globe Internet Limited 

 Blantyre 

 Shire Building, Raynor Avenue, off Masauko Chipembere Highway, P.O. Box 5095, Limbe, Blantyre, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

info@globemw.net 

+265 1 841 044 

n/a 

+265 1 841 854 

Telecommunications Companies 

www.globemw.net/index.html 

Telecommunications Companies 

Globe Internet Limited 

Lilongwe 

Globe Internet Limited, Ground Floor, ADL House, P.O. Box 783, Lilongwe City Centre, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

info@globemw.net 

+265 1 754 015 

n/a 

+265 1 750 858 

Telecommunications Companies 

www.globemw.net/index.html 

Telecommunications Companies 

Burco Electronics Systems Limited 

 Blantyre 

Burco Electronics Systems Limited, Chichiri Road, P.O. Box 934, Blantyre, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

souzasimbota@burcomw.com 

+265 1 840 777 

n/a 

+265 1 844 640 

Telecommunications Companies 

www.burcomw.com 

Telecommunications Companies 

Burco Electronics Systems Limited 

  

Chief Mbelwa Building, Capital City, Lilongwe 3, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

grantsmith@burcomw.com 

+265 1 771 323 

n/a 

+265 1 771 688 

Telecommunications Companies 

www.burcomw.com 

Telecommunications Companies 

Telecom Networks Malawi 

 Blantyre 

Lower Ground Floor, Livingstone Towers, P. O. Box 3039, Blantyre, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

customercare@tnm.co.mw 

+265 1 830 888 

n/a 

+265 1 830 092 

Limbe: P.O. Box 3039, Blantyre +265 888 830 200, 

Zomba:P.O. Box 50, Zomba, +265 888 830 400 

Blantyre:P.O. Box 3039, Blantyre +265 888 830 500 

Lilongwe: P.O. Box 376, Lilongwe +265 888 830 600 

Mangochi: P.O. Box 593,Mangochi +265 888 830 700 

Mzuzu P.O. Box 882, Mzuzu +265 888 830 800 

www.tnm.co.mw 

Telecommunications Companies 

Zain Networks Malawi 

n/a 

Zain Networks Malawi, (Previously Celtel) Mwai House, City Centre, P.O Box 57, Lilongwe, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

helpdesk.mw@zain.com 

 +265 1 774 800 

n/a 

 +265 1 774 802 

The Zain network covers the following 12 countries: Malawi, Tanzania, DRC, Burundi, Kenya, Uganda, Sudan, Republic of Congo, Nigeria, Chad, Niger and Burkina Faso 

 There is a common tariff across the entire network, unused credit remains available from country to country and the phone number functions in each state… so no need for multiple SIM cards 

www.mw.zain.com 

Food Suppliers 

Agricultural Development & Marketing Corporation 

 Blantyre 

P.O. Box 5052, Limbe,Blantyre, Malawi 

Dr. Matabwa 

Chief Executive 

admce@admarc.co.mw 

+265 1 840 500  

+265 999 966 046 

+265 1 840 486 

n/a 

n/a 

Food Suppliers 

Agricultural Development & Marketing Corporation 

Blantyre 

P.O. Box 5052, Limbe,Blantyre, Malawi 

Feckson Kantonga 

Director of Operations 

f.kantonga@admarc.co.mw 

+265 1 840 500  

+265 999 951 815 

  

n/a 

n/a 

Food Suppliers 

Agricultural Development & Marketing Corporation 

Blantyre 

P.O. Box 5052, Limbe,Blantyre, Malawi 

 J. Masamba 

Logistics & Warehousing Manager  

j.masamba@admarc.co.mw 

+265 1 840 500  

+265 1 840 500  

+265 999 510 443 

n/a 

n/a 

Food Suppliers 

Agricultural Development & Marketing Corporation 

Blantyre 

P.O. Box 5052, Limbe,Blantyre, Malawi 

Michael Mnenula 

Ass. Market Ops Manager 

m.mnenula@admarc.co.mw 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Food Suppliers 

ADMARC Regional Office – South 

Limbe 

P.O. Box 5895, Limbe, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

+265 1 856 036 

n/a 

+265 1 855 784 

n/a 

n/a 

Food Suppliers 

ADMARC Regional Office – Central 

Lilongwe 

P.O. Box 5, Lilongwe, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

+265 1 727 369 

n/a 

+265 1 726 935 

n/a 

n/a 

Food Suppliers 

ADMARC Regional Office – North 

Mzuzu 

P.O. Box 5, Mzuzu, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

+265 1 303 522 

n/a 

+265 1 303 439 

n/a 

n/a 

Food Suppliers 

National Food Reserve Agency 

Lilongwe 

Kanengo Silos Complex, 

Private Bag B450, Lilongwe 3, Malawi 

Nasikunu Saukila 

General Manager  

nsaukila@nframw.com 

+265 1 713 092 

+265 888 988 200 

+265 1 712 131 

n/a 

n/a 

Food Suppliers 

National Food Reserve Agency 

Lilongwe 

Kanengo Silos Complex, 

Private Bag B450, Lilongwe 3, Malawi 

Peter Salamba 

Financial Manager  

psalamba@nframw.com 

+265 1 713 092 

+265 888 288 288 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Food Suppliers 

ASSMAG 

Lilongwe 

Association of Smallholder Seed Multiplication Action Group – ASSMAG, P.O. Box 30679, Lilongwe, Malawi 

Simama Kingsley Masemola 

  

simamatpt@malawi.net 

+265 1 759 370 

n/a 

+265 1 775 650 

Maize 

n/a 

Food Suppliers 

Bharat Trading 

 Blantyre 

P.O. Box 5163, Limbe, Blantyre, Malawi 

 A.K. Patel 

n/a 

info@btcl.net 

+265 1 840 296 

n/a 

+265 1 840 024 

Maize 

n/a 

Food Suppliers 

H.M.S. Limited 

 Blantyre 

P.O. Box 5406, Limbe, Blantyre, Malawi 

Mohan Khrishnan 

n/a 

hms@malawi.net 

+265 1 843 822 

n/a 

+265 1 846 032 

Maize 

n/a 

Food Suppliers 

Commodity Processors Limited 

 Blantyre 

P.O. Box 198, Blantyre, Malawi 

Abbas Mukadam 

n/a 

ricemill@malawi.net 

+265 1 877 451 

n/a 

+265 1 877 836 

Pulses 

n/a 

Food Suppliers 

Farmers World 

Lilongwe 

P.O. Box 1631, Lilongwe, Malawi 

Christos Giannakis 

n/a 

dgiannakis@farmersworld.net 

+265 1 710 518 

n/a 

 +265 1 710 070 

Pulses 

n/a 

Food Suppliers 

RAB Processors 

Blantyre 

 P.O. Box 5338, Limbe, Blantyre, Malawi 

Hussien Jakhura 

n/a 

rab@rabmw.com 

+265 1 845 276 

n/a 

 +265 1 844 827 

Pulses 

n/a 

Food Suppliers 

Bakhresa Grain Milling Company 

 Blantyre 

P.O. Box 5847, Limbe, Blantyre, Malawi 

 Mahesh Josyabhatla 

n/a 

mahesh@bakhresagroup.com 

+265 1 843 272 

n/a 

+265 1 843 342 

CSB & Maize Meal 

n/a 

Food Suppliers 

Export Trading Company 

Blantyre 

P.O. Box 51772, Limbe, Malawi 

Ketan Patal 

n/a 

operations.mlw@exporttradinggroup.com 

+265 1 842 669 

n/a 

+265 888 825 800 

CSB & Maize Meal 

n/a 

Food Suppliers 

Universal Industries 

 Blantyre 

 P.O. Box 507, Blantyre, Malawi 

John Komban 

n/a 

john@unibisco.com 

n/a 

+265 888 205 747 

n/a 

Biscuit 

n/a 

Food Suppliers 

Commodity Processors Limited 

 Blantyre 

P.O. Box 198, Blantyre, Malawi 

Abbas Mukadam 

n/a 

ricemill@malawi.net 

+265 1 877 451 

n/a 

+265 1 877 836 

Biscuit 

n/a 

Suppliers of other commodities  

 Compubyte Limited 

Lilongwe 

  St Martins House, City Centre, Lilongwe, P.O. Box 30402, Malawi 

 Lynn Mjathu 

n/a 

byte@malawi.net 

bytell@malawi.net 

bytebt@malawi.net 

bytemz@malawi.net 

 +265 1 774 930 

+265 1 774 930 

 +265 1 820 028 

+265 1 334 266 

n/a 

 +265 1 771 195 

+265 1 771 195 

+265 1 823 897 

+265 1 331 988 

  

Computers & Servicing 

n/a 

Suppliers of other commodities  

 Globe Electronics Limited 

Lilongwe 

P.O. Box 748, Lilongwe, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

 +265 1 751 999 

+265 1 823 130 

+265 1 774 510 

+265 1 876 592 

n/a 

 +265 1 753 657 

+265 1 823 080 

+265 1 774 510 

+265 1 870 348 

  

Computers & Servicing 

n/a 

Suppliers of other commodities  

  

AIATEC Limited 

Lilongwe

 P.O. Box 40527, Lilongwe, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

 +265 1 771 621 

n/a 

  +265 1 774 076 

  

Motorola & Codan Dealers 

n/a 

Suppliers of other commodities  

Pitronic Limited 

Lilongwe

 P.O. Box 30443, Lilongwe, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

 +265 1 751 456 

n/a 

 +265 1 756 136 

Motorola & Codan Dealers 

n/a 

Suppliers of other commodities  

  

Broadband Digital Solutions Limited 

Lilongwe

 P.O. Box 266, Lilongwe, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

 +265 1 771 688 

n/a 

 +265 1 771 545 

VSAT Support & Service 

  

n/a 

Suppliers of other commodities  

  

Kameko Technologies Limited 

 Blantyre 

  top of Mandala Road, P.O. Box 334, Blantyre, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

  info@kameko.mw 

 +265 1 871 700 

n/a 

 +265 1 871 951 

VSAT Support & Service 

www.kameko.mw 

Suppliers of other commodities  

  

Barloworld Equipment Limited 

 Blantyre 

 Ali Hassan Mwinyi Road, P.O. Box 30643, Blantyre, Malawi 

 Sherif Mambala 

n/a 

www.barloworld-equipment.com 

 +265 1 710 344 

 +265 999 954 667 

 +265 1 710 114 

  

Generator Maintenance 

smambala@barloworld-malawi.com 

Suppliers of other commodities  

  

Barloworld Equipment Limited 

Lilongwe, 

 Alimaunde Estates 28/21, P.O. Box 1263, Lilongwe, Malawi 

 Stanley Kaphiza 

n/a 

skaphiza@barloworld-malawi.com 

 +265 1 870 666 

 +265 999 954 669 

 +265 1 871 281 

  

Generator Maintenance 

www.barloworld-equipment.com 

Suppliers of other commodities  

CFAO Limited 

Lilongwe 

Chilambula Road, P.O. Box 218, Lilongwe, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

+265 1 755 341 

+265 1 878 011 

+265 1 332 822 

n/a 

+265 1 756 878 

+265 1 877 478 

 +265 1 334 115 

Generator Maintenance 

n/a 

Suppliers of other commodities  

Arkay Plastics Industry Limited 

Blantyre 

Moir Crescent, P.O. Box 30410, Blantyre, Malawi 

Mr R. Kotecha 

 Director 

sales@arkayplastics.com 

+265 1 873 024 

+265 888 833 657 

+265 1 878 130 

Manufactures a range of plactic containers, buckets and small to large drums and tanks 

www.arkayplastics.com 

Suppliers of other commodities  

Anchor Industries 

Blantyre 

 Fleetline House, Scott Road, Ginnery Corner, P.O. Box 5525, Limbe, Blantyre 

n/a 

n/a 

anchour@sdnp.org.mw 

+265 1 870 125 

n/a 

+265 1 872 228 

Manufacturers of PVC tarpaulins, canvas, tents, carports, canopies, fumigation sheets, plain &amp; printed polythene bags &amp; sheetings, carrier bags &amp; polywrap 

n/a 

Suppliers of other commodities  

Entyre – Maxi Tyres Limited 

Blantyre 

Johnson Road, P.O. Box 51478, Blantyre, Malawi 

Kassim Aroni 

General Manager 

info@entyre.net 

+265 888 453 555 

n/a 

 +265 1 877 523 

Tyres 

n/a 

Suppliers of other commodities  

Entyre – Maxi Tyres Limited 

n/a 

P.O. Box 30990, Lilongwe, Malawi 

Dimi Yiannaias 

Managing Director 

n/a 

 +265 1 752 419  

+265 999 821 043 

+265 1 750 684 

Tyres 

n/a 

Suppliers of other commodities  

Associated Suppliers Limited 

Blantyre 

P.O. Box 5626, Limbe, Blantyre, Malawi 

Mohamed Hanif Omer 

n/a 

associated@malawi.net 

+265 1 840 555 

  

n/a 

 +265 1 841 055 

Tyres 

n/a 

Suppliers of other commodities  

Kwik-Fit 

Blantyre 

P.O. Box 112, Lilongwe, Malawi 

 P.O. Box 2598, Blantyre, Malawi 

n/a 

n/a 

salesbt@kwikfitmw.com 

Lilongwe - +265 1 752 004  

Mzuzu Tel +265 1 310 028 

Blantyre - : +265 1 822 013 

n/a 

Lilongwe -+265 1 752 001 

Blantyre +265 1 823 772 

Tyres 

n/a 

 

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Malawi - 4.12 Malawi Waste Management Companies Contact List

Name of Company Physical Address Focal Person Telephone Number Email Address Website Does the company have an Environmental, Health and Safety certification (e.g. ISO 14001, ISO 45001 or equivalent) or self-certified management plan for facilities and personnel? (List all available) Business License Validity Dates  Years of experience Company main business Facility is well maintained (roof/walls)? (Y/N) Hazardous materials are processed and stored separately from non-hazardous waste? (Y/N) Facility has adequate ventilation? (Y/N) PPE provided to staff (hard hats, overalls, boots, etc.)? (Y/N) Processing capacity (e.g. max tonnes/day or month)* Collection provided (Y/N) Any transport capacity constraints (geographical, volumes, frequency)? Non hazardous waste accepted Select from dropdown menu Non hazardous waste Disposal method    Select from dropdown menu Hazardous Waste Accepted           Select from dropdown menu Hazardous waste disposal Disposal method    Select from dropdown menu Admin Waste Accepted    Select from dropdown menu Admin Disposal method    Select from dropdown menu Comments
Cydo/Yodev Waste management P.O. Box 30411 , Lilongwe Max-Howard Mganga   cydo4@yahoo.com         CYDO uses mixed wastes as well as organic wastes as its raw materials to make compost manure, briquettes and door mats. Y Y Y         Organic waste physical recycling          
Shore rubber Limited P.O. Box 105, Lilongwe Afzal Malida and  Billal Malida   shorerubbermw@gmail.com         Black plastic sheets and Poly wrap are made through extraction, making rolls and then cutting the rolls to small sizes while sacks are made through weaving fabric rolls, cutting the fabric rolls and then stitching fabric sacks. Y Y Y         Packaging (plastics/others - PET and PT)  physical recycling          
Qingdao Recyclin Limited P.O. Box X318, Lilongwe Maxiao Bing 0990 253 158. 7658676168@q9.com         The recycling company buys all sorts of plastic waste from local people (especially from dumpsite Scavengers) and local companies Y Y Y         Plastic PT physical recycling          
Qingdao Recyclin Limited P.O. Box X318, Lilongwe Maxiao Bing 0990 253 158. 7658676168@q9.com         The recycling company buys all sorts of plastic waste from local people (especially from dumpsite Scavengers) and local companies Y Y Y         Packaging (HDPE Plastics)  physical recycling          
Qingdao Recyclin Limited P.O. Box X318, Lilongwe Maxiao Bing 0990 253 158. 7658676168@q9.com         The recycling company buys all sorts of plastic waste from local people (especially from dumpsite Scavengers) and local companies Y Y Y         Packaging (Polypropylene)  physical recycling          
Qingdao Recyclin Limited P.O. Box X318, Lilongwe Maxiao Bing 0990 253 158. 7658676168@q9.com         The recycling company buys all sorts of plastic waste from local people (especially from dumpsite Scavengers) and local companies Y Y Y         Plastic PT physical recycling          
SS Poultry Agro-tech private Limited P.O. Box 2735, Lilongwe Parassad 0992 192 762           The company specializes in recycling damaged or used cartons into egg trays Y Y Y         Corrugated Cardboard physical recycling          
Four Seasons Nursery P.O. Box 1389, Lilongwe John and Lessley Sprosson              , Four Seasons Nursery uses Organic materials like leaves horse dung and weeds as its raw materials to make compost manure Y Y Y         Organic waste physical recycling          
C.H.S Investments P.O. Box 2640 , Lilongwe It has multiple owners - not named 0881 872 589           The company buys the waste paper from local people and companies and the paper is put in a mixer which slashes and blends it into a paste. The paste is then transferred to another machine which dries it and make big paper sheets Y Y Y         Paper (office)  physical recycling          
Golden Plastics Limited Private Bag 45, Lilongwe P. Ksur 0995 754 220 goldenplastic@evo.mw         The company used all sorts of plastic wastes which are locally sourced from people and companies in Lilongwe and dyes which are internationally procured, as its raw materials. Y Y Y         Plastic PT physical recycling          
Hongshen Packaging Limited P.O. Box 1652, Lilongwe It has multiple owners - not named 0998 378 119 hongshenpackaginglimited@gmail.com         Woving of scacks from the processed plastic waste Y Y Y         Plastic PT physical recycling          
James Mwinga Company Lilongwe James Mwinga             The company makes baskets through the process of buying raw materials from disabled people, taking measurements, weaving, making handles, washing and then displaying. Y Y Y         Plastic PT physical recycling          
Scrap metals - Khombe Investments P.O. Box 1507 , Lilongwe Noel Khombe 0993 421 734           the company uses used metal items as its raw materials which is bought from local people, companies or businesses, and its products are scrap metals Y Y Y         Steel** other          
Scrap metals - Khombe Investments P.O. Box 1507 , Lilongwe Noel Khombe 0993 421 734           the company uses used metal items as its raw materials which is bought from local people, companies or businesses, and its products are scrap metals Y Y Y         Aluminum** other          
Bulls Aucton and Realty Lilongwe Mr. M’bawa 0999 447 701.           The company attend different yard sales and auctions where random things are being sold and buy used materials which they sell to local people and companies like the Kanengo Steel Companies. Y Y Y         Furniture other          
Bulls Aucton and Realty Lilongwe Mr. M’bawa 0999 447 701.           The company attend different yard sales and auctions where random things are being sold and buy used materials which they sell to local people and companies like the Kanengo Steel Companies. Y Y Y         Steel** other          
Nuka Trading P.O. Box 30022, Lilongwe Wanangwa Shawa  0995 131 378. nukatradingltd@gmail.com         The company uses cartons and papers as its raw materials which are obtained from local companies and local people (like at Area 13 WTS and scavengers at area 38 dumpsite) to make egg trays. Y Y Y