Ethiopia

Ethiopia

Country name

Ethiopia

Official country name

Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia / የኢትዮጵያ ፌዴራላዊ ዴሞክራሲያዊ ሪፐብሊክ 
Assessment Details
From May 2023
To June 2023
Name of Assessors Pamela Onyango
Title and Position Deputy Coordinator, Logistics Cluster
Contact

pamela.onyango@wfp.org

Table of Contents

Chapter Name of Assessor Organization Date Updated

1 Ethiopia Country Profile

WFP Ethiopia Supply Chain Team WFP December 2020

1.1 Ethiopia Humanitarian Background

Pamela Onyango WFP June 2023

1.2 Ethiopia Regulatory Departments and Quality Control

Pamela Onyango WFP June 2023

1.3 Ethiopia Customs Information

Pamela Onyango WFP June 2023

2 Ethiopia Logistics Infrastructure

Pamela Onyango WFP June 2023

2.1 Ethiopia Port Assessment

Pamela Onyango WFP June 2023
2.2 Ethiopia Aviation WFP Ethiopia Supply Chain Team WFP December 2020

2.2.1 Ethiopia Bole International Airport

WFP Ethiopia Supply Chain Team WFP December 2020

2.2.2 Ethiopia Dire Dawa Airport

WFP Ethiopia Supply Chain Team WFP December 2020

2.2.3 Ethiopia Gambella Airport

WFP Ethiopia Supply Chain Team WFP December 2020

2.2.4 Ethiopia Jijiga Airport

WFP Ethiopia Supply Chain Team WFP December 2020

2.2.5 Ethiopia Mekele Airport

WFP Ethiopia Supply Chain Team WFP December 2020

2.2.6 Ethiopia Bahir Dar Ginbot 20 International Airport

WFP Ethiopia Supply Chain Team WFP December 2020

2.2.7 Ethiopia Jimma Aba Jifar Airport

WFP Ethiopia Supply Chain Team WFP December 2020

2.2.8 Ethiopia Gondar Emperor Tewodros Airport

WFP Ethiopia Supply Chain Team WFP December 2020

2.2.9 Ethiopia Axum Emperor Yohannes Airport

WFP Ethiopia Supply Chain Team WFP December 2020

2.2.10 Ethiopia Lalibela Airport

WFP Ethiopia Supply Chain Team WFP December 2020

2.2.11 Ethiopia Semera Airport

WFP Ethiopia Supply Chain Team WFP December 2020

2.2.12 Ethiopia Kombolcha Airport

WFP Ethiopia Supply Chain Team WFP December 2020

2.2.13 Ethiopia Arba Mich Airport

WFP Ethiopia Supply Chain Team WFP December 2020

2.2.14 Ethiopia Robe Goba Airport

WFP Ethiopia Supply Chain Team WFP December 2020

2.2.15 Ethiopia Gode Airport

WFP Ethiopia Supply Chain Team WFP December 2020

2.2.16 Ethiopia Assosa Airport

WFP Ethiopia Supply Chain Team WFP December 2020

2.2.17 Ethiopia Humera Airport

WFP Ethiopia Supply Chain Team WFP December 2020

2.2.18 Ethiopia Shire Airport

WFP Ethiopia Supply Chain Team WFP December 2020

2.2.19 Ethiopia Hawassa Airport

WFP Ethiopia Supply Chain Team WFP December 2020
2.2.20 Ethiopia Jinka Airport WFP Ethiopia Supply Chain Team WFP December 2020

2.3 Ethiopia Road Network

Pamela Onyango WFP June 2023

2.4 Ethiopia Railway Assessment

Pamela Onyango WFP June 2023

2.5 Ethiopia Waterways Assessment

WFP Ethiopia Supply Chain Team WFP December 2020

2.6 Ethiopia Storage Assessment

Pamela Onyango WFP June 2023

2.7 Ethiopia Milling Assessment

Pamela Onyango WFP June 2023

3 Ethiopia Services and Supply

Pamela Onyango WFP June 2023

3.1 Ethiopia Fuel

Pamela Onyango WFP June 2023

3.2 Ethiopia Transporters

Pamela Onyango WFP June 2023

3.3 Ethiopia Manual Labor

Pamela Onyango WFP June 2023

3.4 Ethiopia Telecommunications

Pamela Onyango WFP

June 2023

3.5.1 Ethiopia Additional Service Providers WFP Ethiopia Supply Chain Team WFP December 2020

3.5.2 Ethiopia Additional Suppliers

WFP Ethiopia Supply Chain Team WFP December 2020
3.6 Ethiopia Additional Services Pamela Onyango WFP June 2023
3.7 Ethiopia Waste Management Infrastructure Assessment Pamela Onyango WFP June 2023

4 Ethiopia Contact Lists

WFP Ethiopia Supply Chain Team WFP December 2020

4.1 Ethiopian Government Contact List

Pamela Onyango WFP June 2023

4.2 Ethiopia Humanitarian Agency Contact List

Pamela Onyango WFP June 2023

4.3 Ethiopia Laboratory and Quality Testing Companies Contact List

Pamela Onyango WFP June 2023

4.4 Ethiopia Port and Waterways Company Contact List

WFP Ethiopia Supply Chain Team WFP December 2020
4.5 Ethiopia Airport Company Contact List Pamela Onyango WFP June 2023

4.6 Ethiopia Storage and Milling Company Contact List

WFP Ethiopia Supply Chain Team WFP December 2020

4.7 Ethiopia Fuel Provider Contact List

Pamela Onyango WFP June 2023

4.8 Ethiopia Transporter Contact List

WFP Ethiopia Supply Chain Team WFP December 2020

4.9 Ethiopia Railway Company Contact List

Pamela Onyango WFP June 2023

4.11 Ethiopia Additional Service Contact List

Pamela Onyango WFP June 2023
4.12 Ethiopia Waste Management Companies Contact List Pamela Onyango WFP June 2023
5.0 Ethiopia Annexes WFP Ethiopia Supply Chain Team WFP December 2020

5.1 Ethiopia Acronyms and Abbreviations

Pamela Onyango WFP June 2023


 


 


 


 


 


 

1 Ethiopia Country Profile

Generic Information

Ethiopia, officially known as the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, is a country located in the Horn of Africa. It is bordered by Eritrea to the north, Djibouti and Somalia to the east, Sudan and South Sudan to the west, and Kenya to the south. With  95,045,679 (2013) inhabitants, Ethiopia is the most populous landlocked country in the world and the second-most populated nation on the African continent. It occupies a total area of 1,100,000 square kilometres (420,000 sq. meters), and its capital and largest city is Addis Ababa.


Find the country in the generic links below:

Wikipedia Country Information Website of Wikipedia on Ethiopia

IMF Country Information Website of the IMF on Ethiopia

Economist Intelligence Unit* Website of the Economist on Ethiopia

(*note - this is a paid service)


Humanitarian Info:

World Food Programme Website of the WFP on Ethiopia

Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs: Website of OCHA on Ethiopia


Facts and Figures:

Wolfram Alpha Website of Wolframalpha on Ethiopia

World Bank Website of the Worldbank on Ethiopia

Population Information: Website of the Worldpopulationreview on Ethiopia

Ethiopia - 1.1 Ethiopia Humanitarian Background

Overview

In 2022 Ethiopia has faced multiple overlapping humanitarian crises, putting at risk the lives and livelihoods of millions of people and driving continued high and urgent needs for humanitarian support. The 2023 Ethiopia Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP) requires US$3.99 billion to target more than 20 million people across the country. This includes an estimated 4.6 million internally displaced people (IDPs) In 2023, the prioritized humanitarian response is structured around three strategic objectives, aiming to address immediate lifesaving needs, provide safe and inclusive access to essential services, and contribute to support and build linkages towards recovery and resilience. https://reliefweb.int/report/ethiopia/ethiopia-humanitarian-response-plan-2023-february-2023

Although the end of 2022 brought about peace and improved access in Northern Ethiopia (Afar, Amhara and Tigray) with the signing of the cessation of hostilities agreement (COHA), humanitarian needs stemming from a two-year conflict are still high, and increased support is required to facilitate returns and scale-up recovery efforts. Conflict has continued or escalated in other parts of the country, most notably in Oromia, impeding humanitarian access and driving high needs and displacement within the region and to neighbouring Amhara region. In Benishangul Gumuz region, hundreds of thousands of people remained displaced for most of 2022. https://reliefweb.int/report/ethiopia/ethiopia-humanitarian-response-plan-2023-february-2023

Geologically, the Great Rift Valley is susceptible to earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, frequent droughts, flooding in the river basins and deforestation. Nomadic pastoralists are people on a continuous move, and they run into possible conflict with the semi-nomadic pastoralists and neighbouring settlers. Population growth and the concentration of population in major urban centres will put further pressure on the already overburden public infrastructure and water resources. The lack of social services and infrastructure, basic health, modern education and clean water in outlying areas leads to increased migration of people to urban areas. Drought among all hazards has the single greatest impact on social and economic conditions in Ethiopia.

Disasters, Conflicts and Migration

Natural Hazards

Type

Occurs

Comments / Details

Drought

Yes

Jul 1965, Sept 1969, Dec 1973, May 1983, Jun 1987, Oct 1989, Jul 1998, Sept 1999, Nov 2005, 2003, May 2008, Jan 2009, 2015, 2022

Earthquakes

Yes

Earthquake (seismic activity) 25/08/1906

Epidemics

Yes

1970, 1981, 1985, 1989 (Meningitis), 2020 (COVID-19)

Extreme Temperatures

N/A

 

Flooding

Yes

1968, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2022

Insect Infestation

Yes

2004 and 2019-2021 (locusts)

Mar 2017 (armyworm)

Mudslides

Yes

September - Oct 2019 (SNNPR)

Volcanic Eruptions

Yes

Ertale in Afar Region (Rift Valley) (1967 to present), Dabbahu (2005), Dalaffilla (2008), Manda Harraro (2009)

High Waves / Surges

N/A

 

Wildfires

Yes

Baley Mountain National Park

High Winds

N/A

 

 

Additional information

 

https://thinkhazard.org/en/report/79-ethiopia

 

Man-made Issues

Type

Occurs

Comments / Details

Civil Strife

Yes

 

International Conflict

Yes

Ethiopia vs Eritrea (1998-2000)

Internally Displaced Persons

Yes

  • The HRP 2023 lists some 4.6M internally displaced people, with most IDP movements being due to conflict and social tensions.

 

Refugees Present

Yes

Ethiopia hosts over 823,000 refugees and asylum seekers, predominantly from South Sudan, Somalia and Eritrea.

(https://www.unhcr.org/ethiopia.html)

Landmines / UXO Present

Yes

UNMAS identified 35 confirmed hazardous areas measuring 6,340,538 m2 and 226 suspected hazardous areas measuring 1,05,045,013 m2. Areas at risk are mostly in Somali, Tigray and Afar regions.

(https://www.unmas.org/en/ethiopia)

Other Comments

 

 According to the February 2023 WFP Ethiopia Market Watch, the average consumer price index (food inflation) rose to 32% The same source reports that diesel and benzene subsidies were gradually being removed and prices were revised upwards.

https://reliefweb.int/report/ethiopia/wfp-ethiopia-market-watch-march-2…

According to the 2023 Humanitarian Response Plan   20.1 million people estimated to be in need of humanitarian assistance, including in the sectors of food, agriculture, WASH, health, education, nutrition, protection and ES/NFI.

 

Calamities and Seasonal Affects

Seasonal Effects on Transport

Transport

Comments

From (month) to (month)

Primary Road Transport

Meher season: All regions (Largest percentage of rainfall)

June to September

Secondary and Tertiary Road Transport

Gu seasonal rains in the Somali Region

April to June

Meher seasonal rains (largest percentage of rainfall)

June to September

Dayr seasonal rains in the Somali Region

October to December

Road Transport

During the fertilizer season, transport solutions are mobilized nationally as required by the government for the transportation of fertilizers, which causes limited availabilities of transporters for other commodities, including for humanitarian cargo. Generally, due to late arrival of cargo the pressure on the Djibouti corridor is built Jan onwards. In 2023, due to availability of foreign exchange, significant decrease in commercial and Government imports have been observed.

November -May

Rail Transport

n/a

-

Air Transport

n/a

-

Waterway Transport

n/a

-

 

Seasonal Effects on Storage and Handling

Activity Type

Region

Time Frame

Comments / Details

Storage

Adama

November to December

Supplies to the markets of newly produced food crops is relatively higher during this season, which is likely to increase demand for storage facilities and daily laborer.

Handling

All

September to October

Cultural and religious events such as Ethiopian new year, the finding of the true cross (Maskal), and Errecha (yearly socio-religious festival among Oromo ethnic group) affect handling operations due to mobility of daily laborers to take part in celebrations.

Other

All

March – June

The level and frequency of stock infestation can be higher during this time than other periods due to high humidity and related climate factors.

Capacity and Contacts for In-Country Emergency Response

Government

The Ethiopia Disaster Risk Management Commission (EDRMC), formerly known as the National Disaster Risk Management Commission (NDRMC), was formed in 2014 replacing the Disaster Risk Management Food Security Sector (DRMFSS).

The Commission is accountable directly to the Prime Minister’s offices and the National Disaster Risk Management Council chaired by the Prime Minister and has members designated by government including the heads of lead sector institutions.

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

Humanitarian Community

The overall humanitarian coordination is led by the government’s Ethiopia Disaster Risk Management Coordination Commission (EDRMC), which leads federal and regional level Disaster Risk Management Technical Working Groups (DRMTWG), co-chaired with OCHA.

4.2 Ethiopia Humanitarian Agency Contact List

Ethiopia - 1.2 Ethiopia Regulatory Departments and Quality Control

The Ethiopian Food and Drug Authority (EFDA) is a federal regulatory body established under Proclamation No. 1263/2021 and its mandate defined under regulation No. 531/2023. EFDA was established to safeguard the public’s health by ensuring the safety and quality of food, the safety, quality, and efficacy of medicines, the safety, quality, and functionality of medical devices, as well as the safety of cosmetics and other health products. It also regulates alcohol and tobacco products to reduce their consumption and protect the public from devastating consequences of death, disability, and disease.  

Before the adoption of regulation No. 531/2023 and proclamation No. 1112/2019, the Authority had been regulating products, professionals, premises, and practices (4Ps). However, after the adoption of the regulation and proclamation, its mandate limited to regulation of regulated products such as food, medicine, medical devices etc. and establishment associated with these products. Accordingly, among others, it regulates the production, importation, exportation, and distribution of regulated products. It registers and issues market authorizations and certificates of competency, authorizes clinical trials, monitors safety of medicine and medical devices etc. and takes administrative measures against non-compliance. Currently the Authority has seven branches across the country and works with regional and city administration regulators. 

For more information on regulatory departments and quality control laboratories’ contact details, please see the following links:  4.1 Ethiopia Government Contact List and 4.3 Ethiopia Laboratory and Quality Testing Company Contact List.

Ethiopia - 1.3 Ethiopia Customs Information

Duties and Tax Exemption 

National Customs Legislation and Regime 

Customs regulation clearly stipulates that a government agency must budget for and pay tax on humanitarian cargo except the Disaster Risk Management and Food Security Sector (DRMFSS) which has a duty-free status and Ethiopia Disaster Risk Management Commission (EDRMC), Ministry of Education (MoE). All humanitarian cargo irrespective of its urgency must be processed by the respective government agency approaching the humanitarian agencies for the assistance program. A project document must also be deposited with the customs Authority to verify to which category each import/consignment belongs. This does not include items that WFP imports into the country for its own use, in which case the Ministry of Foreign Affair clears the items on the basis of duty-free status.  

For contact information regarding government custom authorities, please follow the link below: 4.1 Ethiopian Government Contact List

Emergency Response 

Agreements / Conventions Description 

Ratified by Country?

WCO (World Customs Organization) member 

Yes, 06/08/1973 

Annex J-5 Revised Kyoto Convention 

Yes 

OCHA Model Agreement 

N/A 

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) 

N/A 

Exemption Regular Regime (Non-Emergency Response) 

National Customs Legislation and Regime 

Capital goods importation request of duty free, by governmental agencies and non-governmental aid organizations shall be accelerated, upon which the following documents are submitted to the ministerial organization. 

A. Documents to be submitted by non-governmental aid organizations: 

1. Project agreement document with the appropriate government organization, being approved by the federal Government or regional administrative organization. 

2. Valid registration certificate, of the organization registered either from the Ministry of Justice or regional Justice Bureau. 

3. Document of agreement proposal. 

4. Loading document. 

5. Packing List and Commercial Invoice. 

6. Donation certificate, if the capital goods obtained by donation. 

7. List of capital goods and equipment. 

8. Certificate of Origin 

9 . Supporting letter written by the appropriate federal or regional government organization where the NGO is working. 

B. Documents to be submitted by governmental agencies or organizations: 

1. Application letter of the appropriate agency or organization. 

2. Project profile. 

3. Packing List and Loading document. 

4. List of capital goods and equipment; 

Organizational Requirements to obtain Duty Free Status 

United Nations Agencies 

Memorandum of Understanding must be signed between UN Agencies and Ministry of Foreign Affairs to obtain a duty-free status. A letter of understanding regarding duties and Taxes exemption must be signed between UN agencies and Ethiopian government for each project. 

Pre-conditions required  

1. Parties requesting for duty-free importation, shall attach the following documents together with their application: 

  • Photocopy of Renewed investment permit (If the project is under duty, then work permit); 

  • Invoice, made by the name of an investment permit or organization. 

  • Loading document, made by the name of an investment permit or organization. 

Without Prejudice to submit the list of Information Mentioned under Number 1-4 

1. Investors shall submit endorsement of loading document, where import is made by letter of credit. 

2. Investors shall submit foreign exchange application for import and purchase order where import is through Cash Against Document (CAD), Telegraph Transfer (TT); 

Franco-Valuta privilege 

1. Where the investor is Ethiopian National Residing abroad and sole owner, then letter written by the Ethiopian Embassy stated that the Investor resident is abroad and thereon Authenticated by the Ministry of foreign affairs. 

2. Besides, the condition mentioned under letter A, foreign resident shareholder shall submit, legal document that describes collaboration of the share is made in kind, where the investor is an association. 

3. Foreign nationals of Ethiopian Origin Identification card /yellow/ vested by the Authority of security, Immigration and Refugee affairs, where the investor is sole owner. 

4. Besides, the condition mentioned under letter A, foreign resident shareholder shall submit, legal document that describes collaboration of the share is made in kind, where the investor is an association. 

5. Domestic investors who got a donation for their investment except vehicle. 

An Investor who bought imported equipment temporarily Duty free shall submit 

1. Evidence, that describes the goods were imported duty free formerly 

2. Document proving for, an appropriate government organization who have agreed, imported equipment temporarily duty free, 

3. Now on wards because of the completion of the project, can be sold. 

4. Sales contract agreement 

Goods bought from Bonded Warehouse Duty Free 

1. Loading document, for the goods loaded. 

2. Sales contract agreement 

3. Whereas, accompany letter written by the sales organization to our institution. 

The quantity and type of goods, whereas tax is unpaid, sold from bonded ware house, price sold, the name of an investor who bought the goods and loading document for the goods loaded shall be submitted. 

Project, eligible for import of Radio communication duty free, in accordance with the prior permit of the Authority of security, Immigration and Refugee affairs and Ethiopian Telecommunication Agency. 

Non Governmental Organizations 

NGO's arriving in Ethiopia must sign a draft agreement with Ministry of Justice. This ministry will issue a registration certificate to operate in Ethiopia. NGO’s must explain the reasons to work in Ethiopia and also should provide some documentation on the organization: 

  • Prospective project proposal 

  • Organization rules & regulations 

  • Documentation on activities in others countries and partners 

  • Registration document from their country of origin 

This agreement is valid only for three years and must be renewed after such a period. Renewal will be done according to performance evaluation by Charity & Societies Agency on the programs and good working relationship between NGO and the Ethiopian government. If NGO’ s operation on only one project they must get a permit from that specific country, However, if they want to participate in more than two projects their operation agreement must be signed by the Federal Government. 

Exemption Certificate Application Procedure: 

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

4.1 Ethiopian Government Contact List 

Duties and Taxes Exemption Application Procedure 

Generalities

As required under Customs Regulation, all customs formalities must be handled by a clearing agent. Humanitarian organizations, including NGOs cannot have direct contact with the customs authority without the direct involvement of the clearing agent. 

To prepare the declaration the forwarding agent needs to get the bill of lading, Gift certificate and other supporting documents (see document requirements below). Then, the forwarding agent prepares the declaration to be sent to the counterpart in order to get the request of exemption that has to be signed by the concerned counterpart office before it is submitted to the clearing agent for further processing of the documentation and finally this document has to be scrutinized by Addis Lagar customs before its validated by the appointed customs officer. 

This whole process can take around ten to twelve days. 

Process to be followed

 n/a 

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 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

AWB/BL/Other Transport Documents 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Donation/Non-Commercial Certificates 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Packing Lists 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Other Documents 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Customs Clearance 

General Information  

Customs Information 

Document Requirements  

NGOs 

1. Project agreement document with the appropriate government organization, being approved by the federal Government or regional administrative organization; 

2. Valid registration certificate, of the organization registered either from the Ministry of Justice or regional Justice Bureau; 

3. Document of agreement proposal; 

4. Loading document; 

5. Packing List; 

6. Donation certificate, if the capital goods obtained by donation; 

7. List of capital goods and equipment; 

8. Supporting letter written by the appropriate federal or regional government organization where the NGO is working 

UN Agencies 

Agency's request for duty free importation shall be accompanied by the following documents: 

  1. Bill of Lading 

  1. Gift Certificate 

  1. Invoice 

  1. Packing List 

  1. Non-GMO certificate 

  1. Certificate of Origin 

  1. Health Certificate 

In case of NFI's, the following documents must accompany the request letter: 

  1. Bill of Lading 

  1. Invoice 

  1. Packing List 

  1. Certificate of Origin 

The documents are submitted to a clearing agent, which should be sent to the respective counterpart office for the budget / duty-free letter based on the project type. The letter and the cargo documents shall be submitted to Customs for the final clearance permit. 

Embargoes 

None 

Prohibited Items 

Weapons, Drugs and Some Telecommunication equipment 

General Restrictions 

 

Customs Clearance Document Requirements 

Customs Clearance Document Requirements (by commodity) 

  

Food 

NFI (Shelter, WASH, Education) 

Medicines 

Vehicles & Spare Parts 

Staff & Office Supplies 

Telecoms Equipment 

D&T Exemption Certificate 

Yes, Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Invoice 

Yes, Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

AWB/BL/Other Transport Documents 

Yes, Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Donation/Non-Commercial Certificates 

Yes, Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Packing Lists 

Yes, Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Phytosanitary Certificate 

Yes, Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Other Documents 

Yes, Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Yes Original 

Transit Regime 

Transit Regime 

  • Unaccustomed goods shall be transported under customs control from one customs office to another or from entry to exit or c clearance office. Goods in transit should be transported through the prescribed routes designated by customs within a given limited standard time period as set by customs. 

  • Transit Request: Declarants should forward their transit request to clearance and Transit Control office in a way of filling in the Ethiopian Customs transit application and permit format annex 7.10 together with required supporting documentation according to clearance requirement check list annex of the transit manual. 

  • Processing of Transit operations: Processing of transit operations shall follow the principles and standards described in Part six of the transit manual. 

RESPONSIBILITY OF AVAILING TRANSIT GOODS TO CUSTOMS 

The declarant shall commits himself upon requesting for transit operation to the responsibility of paying duty of transit goods, follow the prescribed custom routes for transit together with finally availing the transit the transited goods to customs office of destination and notify same to the office of departure. The carrier as well has to commit itself to customs for transiting the shipment to customs Transit and clearance control offices within a limited time and through prescribed routes by the freight declaration format annexes 7.21 of the transit manual. 

 

Import clearance for 3-AXLE CARGO SEMI-TRAILER 

1. FUNDAMENTAL REQUIREMENTS   

Trailer type                   :  Three axle Cargo Semi-Trailer 

Gross trailer weight      :  30 ton 

Kerb weight                  :  Shall be indicated 

King pin                        :  Heavy duty, Dia. 31/2” 

 2.  BODY     

Body length                       :  12000mm 

Body width                         :  2500mm 

Side & rear boards height  :  800mm 

Front board height             : 1600mm 

Ground clearance              :  300mm(fully loaded) 

Overall length                    :  17,000mm(Tractor & Trailer) 

Trailer’s fuel tank               : ≥ 400 Liters  

Water tank                        :  80liters, aluminum, with sufficient support 

Mechanical operated roller which for winding cables at convenient  place: 12 required                    

Twist lock for container     :  8 required                                                                                                        

Tool box: 60 x 60 x50cm   : 2mm thickness required.  

3.MATERIAL  

Construction                    :  All steel 

Loading surface               : Checkered steel 

Material thickness            : 5mm 

Roping hooks & winches :  Sufficient number shall be provided along the two sides, front & rear board   

  4.  CHASSIS  

4.1 Frame 

Construction      : Shall adequately support the gross weight of the trailer                                                                               

Cross members : Sufficient number shall be provided to withstand rigorous on- and-off the road conditions.                                                                      

Chassis flange   : Must be one piece 

4.2   Bumper 

            Manufacturer's current standard heavy duty rear bumper shall be installed. 

4.3.  Mud Guard 

           Rear with flap : required 

           Front               : required 

Ethiopia - 2 Ethiopia Logistics Infrastructure

Ethiopia is a land-locked country with no direct access to the sea and is therefore dependent on ports in neighbouring countries. In 2019 and 2020, some 3 million tons of freight were transported to Ethiopia via sea. The main corridor into Ethiopia is through Djibouti port for commercial, government and humanitarian cargo.  More than 90% of the goods handled at Djibouti Port are destined for Ethiopia. Alternative ports are Port Sudan, Berbera, Mombasa Port and Rwanda. Ports in Southern Somali and Eritrea remain inaccessible due to ongoing conflict.  

As a landlocked country, Ethiopia also utilizes Dry Ports to facilitate the transport of commodities. As of 2023, 9 Dry Ports can be found in Ethiopia: Modjo, Kality, Gelan, Semera, Dire Dawa, Kombolcha, Mekelle, Hawassa and Woreta.

According to the Ethiopia Roads Authority (ERA), the total road network in Ethiopia consists of 155,830 km, including the woreda and municipality roads. From this, the federal road network makes up 18.3%, representing some 28,608.5 km of roads. The Federal Road network is made up of 57.25% of asphalt roads and 42.75% of gravel roads. The latest available information from the Ethiopia Roads Authority (ERA) also reports that there are 5,636 bridges and 42,275 culverts accounted for in the Federal Road Network.

Rail transport in Ethiopia currently connect the Djibouti Port to Addis Ababa, with some 750 km of railway passing through key towns such as Dire Dawa. According to the Ethiopia Logistics Sectorial Association, 968 thousand tons of freight were moved by rail in 2021 and 2022.

 The Government of Ethiopia also has ongoing plans to expand railway capacity in country, connecting cities of Awash to Weldiya, Wlediya to Mekelle, Modio to Hawassa and Sebeta to Ambo. 

Ethiopia does not have any major river ports. Gambella Region has the Baro River which has been utilized during the rainy season for transporting emergency supplies to the Upper Nile State of South Sudan in 2012 and 2013. 

2.2 Ethiopia Aviation




Ethiopian Airlines, formerly Ethiopian Air Lines and often referred to as simply Ethiopian, is Ethiopia's flag carrier and is wholly owned by the country's government. Ethiopian Air Lines was founded on 21 December 1945 and commenced operations on 8 April 1946 expanding to international flights in 1951. Ethiopian is a member of the International Air Transport Association, and, since 1968, of the African Airlines Association (AFRAA). [7] The airline is a Star Alliance member since December 2011.

Its hub and headquarters are at Bole International Airport in Addis Ababa, from where it serves a network of 80 passenger destinations —19 of them domestic— and 23 freighter ones. 

4.1 Ethiopian Government Contact List

4.5 Ethiopia Airport Company Contact List

Key airport information may also be found at the website of Worldaerodata.

Website of Wikipedia on Ethiopian Airlines

Ethiopian Airports Enterprise Website

Website of Ethiopian Airlines

Procedures for Foreign Registered Aircraft

For all the humanitarian flights, permission from Ministry of Foreign Affairs is to be obtained to land (international landing) or over fly the territory of Ethiopia. To operate within the territory of Ethiopia, application for operating permits for foreign operators to be submitted to Ethiopian Civil Aviation Authority. The following documentation need to be attached.

  • Air operator certificate
  • Certificate of aircraft registration
  • Aircraft radio license
  • Air crew documents (original to be presented)
  • Contract agreement for the intended operation in Ethiopia

At the time of inspection, original copy of above documents are verified, as well as operations manual, maintenance control manual, etc.

2.2.1 Ethiopia Bole International Airport

Airport Overview

Addis Ababa Bole International Airport (IATA: ADD, ICAO: HAAB) serves the city of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The airport is located in the Bole area, 6 km (3.7 mi) southeast of Addis Ababa city centre and 65 km (40 mi) north of Debre Zeyit. Formerly known as Haile Selassie International Airport, it is the main hub of Ethiopian Airlines, the national airline that serves destinations in Ethiopia and throughout the African continent, as well as offering nonstop service to Asia, Europe, and North and South America. It is also the base of the Ethiopian Aviation Academy, a major pilot training and aircraft maintenance centre in Africa. As of June 2018, , more than 450  flights per day were departing from and arriving at the airport. The airport is capable of accommodating the A390.

 

Airport Location and Contact

Country

Ethiopia

Province or District

Addis Ababa

Nearest Town or City
with Distance from Airport

Southeast of Centre of Addis Ababa (6 km)

Airport’s Complete Name

Addis Ababa Bole International Airport

Latitude

8.983225

Longitude

38.795754

Elevation (ft and m)

2333 m

IATA Code

ADD

ICAO Code

HAAB

Managing Company or Airport Authority

Ethiopian Airlines

Management Contact Person

Chief Executive Officer: Tewolde Gebremariam

00251-116652222

Open From (hours)

00:00

Open To (hours)

24:00

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: http://www.azfreight.com/

Runways

Runways

Runway 1 Dimensions

3700 m X 45 m

Runway 2 Dimensions

3800 m X 45 m

Orientation

 R107L / 25R       

R207R / 25L

Surface

Asphalt concrete

Taxi Way

5 taxiways, 23m wide each

Airport Infrastructure Details 

Customs

Yes

JET A-1 fuel

Yes

Immigration

Yes

AVGAS 100

yes

Terminal Building

yes

Single Point Refuelling

N/A

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)

Yes

Catering Services

Yes

De-icing Equipment

No

Base Operating Room

Yes

Parking Ramp Lighting

Yes

Airport Radar

Yes

Approach & Runway Lights

Yes

NDB

Yes

VOR

Yes

ILS

Yes



 

Passenger and Cargo Performance Indicator

Performance for 2015

Annual Figures

Per Month

Per Day

Total Aircraft Movements

72,963

6080

450

Total Passengers

 22,000,000

644,264

21,181

Total Capacity of the Airport (MT)




Current Activity of the Airport (MT)

202,946

16,912

556

Current use by Humanitarian Flights (UNHAS)




 

Navigation Charges

Air navigation charges are levied on all aircraft flying within Addis Ababa FIR irrespective of contact made with Air Traffic Control. The unit rate for international flights is US $16.24. The Air Navigation Charge for international flights weighting less than 10,000 lb. is US $ 7.51 per flight, and air weighting above 10,000 lb. will be calculated as per the following table.


Weight in Lbs

Distance in nautical mile (NM)

Below 200

201-400

401 – 1000

Above 1000

Coefficient

10,000 – 50,000

1.00

2.00

3.50

 5.00

50,001 – 120,000

2.00

4.00

7.00

10.00

120,001 – 300,000

2.60

5.00

8.75

 12.50

Above 300,000

3.00

6.00

10.50

15.00

The Air Navigation charge levelled on flights operating within the territorial limits of Ethiopia is shown in the following table.

Charges

Charge Per day  (USD)

Up to 5,000

2.48

5,001 - 50,000

10.78

50,001 – 120,000

35.90

120,001 – 300,000

98.32

Above 300,000

148.56

Airport Operating Details

Operating Details

Maximum Sized Aircraft that can be Offloaded on Bulk Cargo

A300, IL76, C-130

Cargo Handling Equipment Available

Yes

Elevators / Hi Loaders

Yes

Can elevators / hi loaders reach the upper level of a B747

N/A

Loading Ramps

Yes

Information on Cargo Handling Equipment and Airfield Costs is not available.

Security

Level: Good

Storage Facilities

Bole Cargo Centre

This facility is situated at the JKIA Specialised Freight Area on a 2.5 ha site. The facility is jointly sponsored by the Commonwealth Development Corporation, The German Investment and Development Company, The Commonwealth Africa Investment Fund Ltd, The Acacia Fund Limited, BOC Cargo Services, Flughafen Frankfurt Main, and African Cargo Limited. The export area measures 5,600 m² and the import area measures 5,600 m². The cold room is 720 m² and has a capacity of 100,000 mt (60 pallets) controlled at 4ºC. There are 120 office units for rent.

Cargo Service Centre

The Cargo Service Centre has leased a 6,070 m² facility. The cold room is 160 m² and has a capacity for 15 pallets and is controlled at 4ºC. The fresh produce area measures 615 m² and there are 4 office units for their clients.

New Cargo Terminal

On June 29, 2017, Ethiopian Airlines inaugurated its second cargo terminal that has the capacity to accommodate 600,000 tons of cargo per year. The new Cargo Terminal-II covers a total area of 150,000 m2.

The Terminal includes facilities such as a Dry Cargo Terminal warehouse, a Perishable Cargo Terminal with cold chain storage, is fully automated with latest ETV (Elevating Transport Vehicle) technology, a G+2 office building, an apron area which accommodates 5 additional big freighter aircraft, sufficient truck parking on the apron as well as an employee canteen and wash rooms.

The new Cargo Terminal is also fitted with different climate chambers for storage and handling of temperature sensitive products such as fresh agricultural products, pharmaceuticals, and life science products etc.

The total facility (old and new terminal together) will have annual capacity to handle 1.2 million tonnes of cargo which is the largest in Africa.


2.2.2 Ethiopia Dire Dawa Airport

Airport Location and Contact
Country Ethiopia
Province / District Dire Dawa
Town or City (Closest) 3 km Northeast of Dire Dawa town
Airport's Complete Name Dire Dawa International Airport
Latitude 9.624025
Longitude 41.854575
Elevation

1101 m (3,812 feet)

IATA DIR
ICAO HADR
Managing Company or Airport Authority Ethiopian Airlines
Management contact Person

Chief Executive Officer: Tewolde Gebremariam

00251-116652222
Open From (hours) 00:00
Open To (hours) 24:00

Runway

Runway # 1

Runway  Dimensions

2700 m X 45 m

Orientation

15 / 33

Surface

Asphalt Concrete

Taxi Way

1,  20m wide


Airport Infrastructure Details

Customs

Yes

JET A-1 fuel

Yes

Immigration

Yes

AVGAS 100

Yes

Terminal Building

Yes

Single Point Refueling

N/A

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)

Yes

Catering Services

N/A

De-icing Equipment

No

Base Operating Room

Yes

Parking Ramp Lighting

Yes

Airport Radar

N/A

Approach & Runway Lights

Yes

NDB

Yes

VOR

Yes

ILS

N/A

 



Passenger and Cargo Performance Indicator

Performance for 2015

Annual Figures

Monthly

Daily

Total aircraft movements

18,025

1,502 

49 

Total passengers

213,621

 17,802

585 

Total capacity of the airport (metric tonnes)




Current activity of the airport (metric tonnes)

 63.522



Current use by Humanitarian flights (UNHAS)






2.2.3 Ethiopia Gambella Airport

Airport Overview

Airport Location and Contact

Country

Ethiopia

Province or District

Gambella

Nearest Town or City
with Distance from Airport

Gambella (15 km)

Airport’s Complete Name

Gambella Airport

Latitude

8.130988

Longitude

34.563336

Elevation (ft and m)

540 m

IATA Code

GMB

ICAO Code

HAGM

Managing Company or Airport Authority

Ethiopian Airlines

Management Contact Person

Chief Executive Officer: Tewolde Gebremariam

00251-116652222

Open From (hours)


Open To (hours)



Runway

Runway # 1
Runway length 2520 m x 45 m
Runway Orientation 18 / 36
Runway Surface Concrete PCN 32 R/B/W/T
Runway Condition Good


Airport Infrastructure Details

Infrastructure
Passenger / Cargo Security Screening Yes Runway Lighting No
Refueling Capacity Yes Ground Handling Services Yes
Air Traffic Control Yes Fire Fighting Equipment Yes
Weather Information N/A Aircraft Parking Space Yes
Navigation Aids Yes (NDB) Perimeter Fencing Yes
Windsock Yes


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

2.2.4 Ethiopia Jijiga Airport

Airport Overview

Airport Location and Contact

Country

Ethiopia

Province or District

Jijiga

Nearest Town or City
with Distance from Airport

Jijiga (14 km)

Airport’s Complete Name

Jijiga Airport

Latitude

9.331330

Longitude

42.909216

Elevation (ft and m)

1,810m

IATA Code

 JIJ

ICAO Code

HAJJ

Managing Company or Airport Authority

Ethiopian Airlines

Management Contact Person

Chief Executive Officer: Tewolde Gebremariam

00251-116652222

NGO and/or UN Presence at Airport?

Yes

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

Runways

Runway # 1
Runway Dimensions 2400 m x 45 m
Runway Orientation 03 / 21
Runway Surface Asphalt
Runway Condition Good

Airport Infrastructure Details

Infrastructure

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening

Yes

Runway Lighting

No

Refuelling Capacity

Yes

Ground Handling Services

Yes

Air Traffic Control

No

Fire Fighting Equipment

Yes

Weather Information

N/A

Aircraft Parking Space

Yes

Navigation Aids

N/A

Perimeter Fencing

Yes

Windsock

Yes

 


2.2.5 Ethiopia Mekele Airport

Airport Overview

Airport Location and Contact

Country

Ethiopia

Province or District

Mekele

Nearest Town or City
with Distance from Airport

Southeast of Mekele town (8 km)

Airport’s Complete Name

Mekele Alula Aba Nega International Airport

Latitude

13.471859

Longitude

39.529586

Elevation (ft and m)

2256 m (7,320 feet)

IATA Code

MQX

ICAD Code

HAMK

Managing Company or Airport Authority

Ethiopian Airlines

Management Contact Person

Chief Executive Officer: Tewolde Gebremariam

00251-116652222

Open From (hours)

03:00 UTC

Open To (hours)

17:00 UTC

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

Runways

Runway

Runway 1 Dimensions

3700 m X 45 m

Orientation

 11 / 39

Surface

Asphalt Concrete

Taxi Way

1.23m wide

Airport Infrastructure Details 

Customs

Yes

JET A-1 fuel

Yes

Immigration

Yes

AVGAS 100

N/A

Terminal Building

yes

Single Point Refuelling

Yes

Passenger Terminal

yes

Air Starter Units

N/A

Cargo terminal

Yes

Ground Power (mobile)

Yes

Pax Transport to Airfield

N/A

Ground Handling Services

Limited

Control Tower

Yes

Latrine Servicing

Yes

Weather Facilities

Yes

Fire Fighting Category (ICAO)

Yes

Catering Services

N/A

De-icing Equipment

N/A

Base Operating Room

Yes

Parking Ramp Lighting

Yes

Airport Radar

N/A

Approach & Runway Lights

Yes

NDB

Yes

VOR

Yes

ILS

Yes



 

Passenger and Cargo Performance Indicator

Performance for 2015

Annual Figures

Per Month

Per Day

Total Aircraft Movements

4,739

 395

13

Total Passengers

262,973

21,914

720

Total Capacity of the Airport (MT)

N/A N/A N/A

Current Activity of the Airport (MT)

27,155 



Current use by Humanitarian Flights (UNHAS)

N/A N/A N/A



2.2.6 Ethiopia Bahir Dar Ginbot 20 International Airport

Airport Overview

Airport Location and Contact

Country

Ethiopia

Province or District

Amhara Region

Nearest Town or City
with Distance from Airport

North-west of Bahir Dar town (8 km)

Airport’s Complete Name

Bahir Dar Ginbot 20 International Airport

Latitude

11.604200

Longitude

37.321756

Elevation (ft and m)

1822m (6000 feet)

IATA Codes

BJR

ICAO Codes

HABD

Managing Company or Airport Authority

Ethiopian Airlines

Management Contact Person

Chief Executive Officer: Tewolde Gebremariam

00251-116652222

Open From (hours)

03:00 UTC

Open To (hours)

 20:00 UTC

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

Runways

Runway

Runway Dimensions

3700 m x 45 m

Orientation

04/22

Surface

Asphalt


Airport Data and Facilities 

Other Aeronautical Data

Type of traffic

1FR/VFR

Fuel

Jet A-1

RFF equipment

2 Foamatic ,1 RIV,1 Ambulance

Trained personnel

32

Aerodrome category

Cat 7

Meteorological service

Available

Apron surface

Concrete

Apron capacity

B757(PCN-50/R/W/U)

Terminal facilities

X-ray

Available(4)

Walkthrough

Available(2)

Restaurant

At airport & in city

Hotels and medical services

In city

Shops

Available

Car parking

Available

Transportation

Taxis

Baggage trolleys

Available

Customs and immigration

Available

Airline office

Available

2.2.7 Ethiopia Jimma Aba Jifar Airport

Airport Overview

Airport Location and Contact

Country

Ethiopia

Province or District

Jimma

Nearest Town or City
with Distance from Airport

Jimma  (3 km)

Airport’s Complete Name

Jimma Aba Jifar Airport

Latitude

7.665271

Longitude

36.820034

Elevation (ft and m)

1703  m

IATA Codes

JIM

ICAD Codes

HAJM

Managing Company or Airport Authority

Ethiopian Airlines

Management Contact Person

Chief Executive Officer: Tewolde Gebremariam

00251-116652222

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

Runways

Runway # 1
Runway Dimensions 3000 m x 45 m
Runway Orientation 13 / 31
Runway Surface Asphalt Concrete
Runway Condition Good


Airport Infrastructure Details

Infrastructure

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening

Yes

Runway Lighting

No

Refueling Capacity

Yes

Ground Handling Services

Limited

Air Traffic Control

No

Fire Fighting Equipment

Yes

Weather Information

Yes

Aircraft Parking Space

Yes

Navigation Aids

Yes (NBD)

Perimeter Fencing

Yes

Windsock

Yes

 




2.2.8 Ethiopia Gondar Emperor Tewodros Airport

Airport Overview

Airport Location and Contact

Country

Ethiopia

Province or District

Gondar

Nearest Town or City
with Distance from Airport

Gondar (1 km)

Airport’s Complete Name

Gondar Emperor Tewodros Airport

Latitude

12.516310

Longitude

37.431851

Elevation (ft and m)

1,973 m

IATA Code

GDQ

ICAO Code

HAGN

Managing Company or Airport Authority

Ethiopian Airlines

Management Contact Person

Chief Executive Officer: Tewolde Gebremariam

00251-116652222

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

Runways

Runway # 1
Runway Dimensions 2780 m x 45 m
Runway Orientation 17 / 35
Runway Surface Asphalt
Runway Condition Good


Airport Infrastructure Details

Infrastructure

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening

Yes

Runway Lighting

No

Refuelling Capacity

Yes

Ground Handling Services

Limited

Air Traffic Control

No

Fire Fighting Equipment

Yes

Weather Information

Yes

Aircraft Parking Space

Yes

Navigation Aids

Yes

Perimeter Fencing

Yes

Windsock

Yes

 


 


2.2.9 Ethiopia Axum Emperor Yohannes Airport

Airport Overview

Airport Location and Contact

Country

Ethiopia

Province or District

Axum

Nearest Town or City
with Distance from Airport

Axum (6km)

Airport’s Complete Name

Axum Emperor Yohannes Airport

Latitude

14.144444

Longitude

38.775474

Elevation (ft and m)

2,107.823m

IATA Code AXU
ICAO Code HAAX

Managing Company or Airport Authority

Ethiopian Airlines

Management Contact Person

Chief Executive Officer: Tewolde Gebremariam

00251-116652222

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

Runways

Runway # 1
Runway Dimension 2400 m x 45 m
Runway Orientation 16 / 34
Runway Surface Asphalt
Runway Condition Good


Airport Infrastructure Details

Infrastructure

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening

Yes

Runway Lighting

No

Refuelling Capacity

Yes

Ground Handling Services

 Limited

Air Traffic Control

Yes

Fire Fighting Equipment

Yes

Weather Information

Yes

Aircraft Parking Space

Yes

Navigation Aids

Yes

Perimeter Fencing

Yes

Windsock

Yes

 




2.2.10 Ethiopia Lalibela Airport

Airport Overview

Airport Location and Contact

Country

Ethiopia

Province or District

Lalibela

Nearest Town or City
with Distance from Airport

Lalibela (10.6 km)

Airport’s Complete Name

Lalibela Airport

Latitude

11.978014

Longitude

38.984114

Elevation (ft and m)

1958 m

IATA Code

LLI

ICAO Code

HALL

Managing Company or Airport Authority

Ethiopian Airlines

Management Contact Person

Chief Executive Officer: Tewolde Gebremariam

00251-116652222

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


Runway

Runway # 1
Runway Dimensions 2400 m x 45 m
Runway Orientation 10 / 28
Runway Surface Asphalt
Runway Condition Good


Airport Infrastructure Details

Infrastructure

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening

Yes

Runway Lighting

No

Refuelling Capacity

Yes

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

 


 

 

2.2.11 Ethiopia Semera Airport

Airport Overview

Currently the Sultan Alimirah Hanfare Airport (Semera Airport) is not being used for regular flights. Emergency flights can be arranged from Addis Ababa. Humanitarian cargo could be received here by air or with proper setup can also be sent from here. Flights in normal conditions are not more than one per day and that is in early morning hours 8 and 9. Sandstorms can be an operational hazard.

Taxiways, parking areas, and cargo handling areas are operational.

Airport Location
Country Ethiopia
Province or District Semera
Nearest Town or City Semera (3 km)
Airport's Complete Name Sultan Alimirah Hanfare Airport
Latitude 11.787500
Longitude 40.991667
Elevation 427 m 
IATA code SZE
ICAO code HASM
Managing Company or Airport Authority N/A
Management Contact Person N/A
NGO and/or UN Presence at the Airport? N/A


Runway

Runway # 1
Runway Dimensions 2400 m X 45 m
Runway Orientation 13 / 31
Runway Surface Asphalt
Runway Condition Good


Airport Infrastructure Details

Infrastructure
Passenger / Cargo Security Screening Yes Runway Lighting No
Refueling Capacity Yes Ground Handling Services Yes
Air Traffic Control No Fire Fighting Equipment Yes
Weather Information N/A Aircraft Parking Space N/A
Navigation Aids N/A Perimeter Fencing Yes
Windsock N/A


* Note: The airport is under construction to handle B737.

2.2.12 Ethiopia Kombolcha Airport

Airport Overview

Airport Location and Contact

Country

Ethiopia

Province or District

Kombolcha

Nearest Town or City
with Distance from Airport

Kombolcha (4 km)

Airport’s Complete Name

Kombolcha Airport

Latitude

11.109656

Longitude

39.723564

Elevation (ft and m)

1,865 m

IATA Code

DSE

ICAO Code

HADC

Managing Company or Airport Authority

Ethiopian Airlines

Management Contact Person

Chief Executive Officer: Tewolde Gebremariam

00251-116652222

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

Runway

Runway # 1
Runway Dimensions 2000 m x 45 m
Runway Orientation 17 / 35
Runway Surface Asphalt
Runway Condition Good


Airport Infrastructure Details

Infrastructure

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening

Yes

Runway Lighting

No

Refueling Capacity

Yes

Ground Handling Services

Yes

Air Traffic Control

Under construction

Fire Fighting Equipment

Yes

Weather Information

N/A

Aircraft Parking Space

Yes

Navigation Aids

N/A

Perimeter Fencing

Yes

Windsock

Yes

 




2.2.13 Ethiopia Arba Mich Airport

Ethiopia Arba Mich Airport

Airport Location and Contact

Country

Ethiopia

Province or District

Arba Minch

Nearest Town or City
with Distance from Airport

Arba Minch (3 km)

Airport’s Complete Name

Arba Minch Airport

Latitude

6.040919

Longitude

37.588342

Elevation (ft and m)

1,187m

IATA Code

AMH

ICAO Code

HAAM

Managing Company or Airport Authority

Ethiopian Airlines

Management Contact Person

Chief Executive Officer: Tewolde Gebremariam

00251-116652222

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

Runways

Runway # 1
Runway Dimensions 2500 m x 45 m
Runway Orientation 03 / 21
Runway Surface Asphalt
Runway Condition Good

Airport Infrastructure Details

Infrastructure

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening

Yes

Runway Lighting

No

Refuelling Capacity

Yes

Ground Handling Services

No  

Air Traffic Control

Yes

Fire Fighting Equipment

Yes

Weather Information

 No

Aircraft Parking Space

yes

Navigation Aids

Yes (NDB)

Perimeter Fencing

Yes

Windsock

Yes

 




2.2.14 Ethiopia Robe Goba Airport

Airport Overview

Airport Location and Contact

Country

Ethiopia

Province or District

Roba Goba

Nearest Town or City
with Distance from Airport

Roba Goba (4.5 km)

Airport’s Complete Name

Robe Gode Airport

Latitude

7.117443

Longitude

40.042481

Elevation (ft and m)

2405 m

IATA Code

GOB

ICAO Code

HAGB

Managing Company or Airport Authority

Ethiopian Airlines

Management Contact Person

Chief Executive Officer: Tewolde Gebremariam

00251-116652222

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

Runway

Runway # 1
Runway Dimensions 2350 m x 45 m
Runway Orientation 15 / 33
Runway Surface Compacted volcanic ash
Runway Condition Good


Airport Infrastructure Details

Infrastructure

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening

Yes

Runway Lighting

No

Refuelling Capacity

Yes

Ground Handling Services

Yes

Air Traffic Control

No

Fire Fighting Equipment

Yes

Weather Information

 N/A

Aircraft Parking Space

yes

Navigation Aids

N/A

Perimeter Fencing

Yes

Windsock

Yes

 




2.2.15 Ethiopia Gode Airport

Airport Overview


Airport Location and Contact

Country

Ethiopia

Province or District

Gode

Nearest Town or City
with Distance from Airport

Gode (2km)

Airport’s Complete Name

Gode Airport

Latitude

5.934878

Longitude

43.571715

Elevation (ft and m)

254 m

IATA Code

GDE

ICAO Code

HAGO

Managing Company or Airport Authority

Ethiopian Airlines

Management Contact Person

Chief Executive Officer: Tewolde Gebremariam

00251-116652222

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

Runways

Runway # 1
Runway Dimensions 2300 m x 45 m
Runway Orientation 04 / 22
Runway Surface Asphalt concrete
Runway Condition Good


Airport Infrastructure Details

Infrastructure

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening

Yes

Runway Lighting

No

Refuelling Capacity

Yes

Ground Handling Services

 No

Air Traffic Control

No

Fire Fighting Equipment

Yes

Weather Information

 N/A

Aircraft Parking Space

yes

Navigation Aids

N/A

Perimeter Fencing

Yes

Windsock

Yes

 




2.2.16 Ethiopia Assosa Airport

Airport Overview

Airport Location and Contact

Country

Ethiopia

Province or District

Assosa

Nearest Town or City
with Distance from Airport

Assosa (5 km)

Airport’s Complete Name

Assosa Airport

Latitude

10.026516

Longitude

34.574990

Elevation (ft and m)

1,560 m

IATA Codes

ASO

ICAO Code

HASO

Managing Company or Airport Authority

Ethiopian Airlines

Management Contact Person

Chief Executive Officer: Tewolde Gebremariam

00251-116652222

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

Runway

Runway # 1
Runway  Dimensions 2500 m x 45 m
Runway Orientation 11 / 29
Runway Surface Asphalt concrete
Runway Condition Good


Airport Infrastructure Details

Infrastructure

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening

Yes

Runway Lighting

No

Refuelling Capacity

Yes

Ground Handling Services

No

Air Traffic Control

No

Fire Fighting Equipment

Yes

Weather Information

N/A

Aircraft Parking Space

Yes

Navigation Aids

N/A

Perimeter Fencing

Yes

Windsock

Yes

 


 Website of the Ethiopian Airports Enterprise


2.2.17 Ethiopia Humera Airport

Airport Overview

Airport Location and Contact

Country

Ethiopia

Province or District

Humera

Nearest Town or City
with Distance from Airport

Humera

Airport’s Complete Name

Humera Airport

Latitude

13.836090

Longitude

36.880826

Elevation (ft and m)

786 m

IATA Code

ASO

ICAO Code

HAHU

Managing Company or Airport Authority

Ethiopian Airlines

Management Contact Person

Chief Executive Officer: Tewolde Gebremariam

00251-116652222

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

Runway

Runway # 1
Runway Dimensions 3000 m x 45 m
Runway Orientation 13 / 31
Runway Surface Asphalt concrete
Runway Condition Good

Airport Infrastructure Details

Infrastructure

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening

Yes

Runway Lighting

No

Refueling Capacity

Yes

Ground Handling Services

  Yes

Air Traffic Control

No

Fire Fighting Equipment

Yes

Weather Information

 N/A

Aircraft Parking Space

yes

Navigation Aids

N/A

Perimeter Fencing

Yes

Windsock

Yes

 




2.2.18 Ethiopia Shire Airport

Airport Overview

Airport Location and Contact

Country

Ethiopia

Province or District

Shire

Nearest Town or City
with Distance from Airport

Shire

Airport’s Complete Name

Shire Airport

Latitude

14.081329

Longitude

38.269700

Elevation (ft and m)

1,892 m

IATA Code

HASC

ICAO Code

SHC

Managing Company or Airport Authority

Ethiopian Airlines

Management Contact Person

Chief Executive Officer: Tewolde Gebremariam

00251-116652222

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

Runway

Runway # 1
Runway Dimensions 2400 m x 45 m
Runway Orientation 15 / 33
Runway Surface Volcanic Red Ash
Runway Condition Good


Airport Infrastructure Details

Infrastructure

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening

Yes

Runway Lighting

No

Refuelling Capacity

Yes

Ground Handling Services

  No

Air Traffic Control

No

Fire Fighting Equipment

Yes

Weather Information

N/A

Aircraft Parking Space

yes

Navigation Aids

N/A

Perimeter Fencing

Yes

Windsock

Yes

 




2.2.19 Ethiopia Hawassa Airport

Airport Overview

Airport Location and Contact

Country

Ethiopia

Province or District

Awassa

Nearest Town or City
with Distance from Airport

Awassa

Airport’s Complete Name

Hawassa Airport

Latitude

7.091

Longitude

38.3961

Elevation (ft and m)

1,730 m

IATA Code

AWA

ICAO Code

HALA

Managing Company or Airport Authority

Ethiopian Airlines

Management Contact Person

Chief Executive Officer: Tewolde Gebremariam

00251-116652222

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

Runways

Runway # 1
Runway Dimensions 2400 m x 45 m
Runway Orientation 03 / 21

Airport Infrastructure Details

Infrastructure

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening

Yes

Runway Lighting

No

Refuelling Capacity

Yes

Ground Handling Services

Yes

Air Traffic Control

No

Fire Fighting Equipment

Yes

Weather Information

N/A

Aircraft Parking Space

Yes

Navigation Aids

N/A

Perimeter Fencing

Yes

Windsock

Yes

 




2.2.20 Ethiopia Jinka Airport


Airport Overview

This airport replaces the old Jinka airport which was unsuitable for the current needs and was situated very close to the town of Jinka.  The new (current) airport became operational in 2017.

Airport Location and Contact

Country

Ethiopia

Province or District

Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples Region (SNNP)

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Airport

Jinka, 2 kilometres south of Jinka town

Airport’s Complete Name

Jinka National Airport

Latitude

5.78222222

Longitude

36.78166667

Elevation (ft and m)

1396m 4580 ft

IATA Code

BCO

ICAO Code

HABC

Managing Company or Airport Authority

Ethiopian Airport Enterprise

Management Contact Person

0913928537 or 0916853661

NGO and/or UN Presence at Airport?

No

Runway(s)

Runway #1

Runway Dimensions

2625 (m) 60 Width (m)

Runway Orientation

North West

Runway Surface

Asphalt

Runway Condition

Excellent

 

Airport Infrastructure Details

Infrastructure

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening

Yes

Runway Lighting

Yes

Refueling Capacity

No

Ground Handling Services

Yes

Air Traffic Control

No

Fire Fighting Equipment

Yes

Weather Information

No

Aircraft Parking Space

Yes 2

AC

Navigation Aids

No

Perimeter Fencing

Yes

Windsock

Yes

 Air Traffic Control Tower under construction

 

Fuel Services Charges

There are no refuelling facilities at the airport

Ethiopia - 2.1 Ethiopia Port Assessment

Ethiopia is a land-locked country with no direct access to the sea, hence, is dependent on ports in neighbouring countries. The main corridor into Ethiopia is through Djibouti port for commercial, government and humanitarian cargo. Overall, 95 % of the goods handled by Djibouti Port are destined for Ethiopia. Considering the historical issues of congestion in Djibouti, diversification of ports and corridors is of interest for Ethiopia.  

While Djibouti port previously accounted for 99% of the flow of goods in and out of Ethiopia, this has declined to 92% when the country started using Berbera Port. Berbera Port is a shallow port whose proximity to Ethiopia, and hence cost effectiveness, is attractive. However, the river flooding during the rainy season and numerous checkpoints along the Berbera-Wajale Road may cause delays and accessibility challenges. 

Alternative ports include ports of neighbouring countries. Mombasa Port is a key entry and exit port in the region and is well connected with over 40 shipping lines calling and providing direct connectivity to 80 seaports worldwide. It is close to Southern Ethiopia, with a new container terminal and other construction underway to increase its capacity. The Lamu Port is also expected to increase capacity as a Kenya Vision 2030 flagship project.  

Port Sudan is located on the Red Sea some 475 km by rail northeast of the Nile River. However, due to distance, high transit costs and ongoing conflict, Port Sudan has not been much used by Ethiopia. Ports in Somali and Eritrea remain inaccessible due to conflict and insecurity 

Ethiopia also has 9 Dry ports to facilitate transportation of commodities. The dry ports are located in Modjo, Kality, Gelan, Semera, Dire Dawa, Kombolcha, Mekelle, Hawassa and Woreta.  

The Modjo dry port is the major inland port in Ethiopia, located about 75 km from the capital city of Addis Ababa. The port became operational in early 2009, with a container handling capacity of 700. This port handles more than 78 % of the nation's imports and has the capacity to accommodate 17,539 TEU containers at a time and its annual container handling capacity has reached up to 136,038 TEU. 

Kality port and terminal was established in 2014. The port is located in Addis Ababa at Kality Sub City. The port occupies a total area of 37 hectare while 3-hectare land area is used for container terminal services. The port has the capacity to accommodate 1241 TEU containers at a time and its annual container handling capacity has reached over 23,131 TEU. 

Gelan RoRo / vehicles terminal was established in 2014. The dry port is located in Oromia National Regional State, 25 km from the capital. The port occupies a total area of 23 hectare while 4.5-hectare land area is used for Ro Ro/ Vehicles terminal services. 

Semara port and terminal was established in 2010. The dry port is located in Afar National Regional State at Semara city.  Semara is located approximately 592 km from Addis Ababa and 270 km from Djibouti, which is the main import and export gate of Ethiopia as a land locked country. The port occupies a total area of 160 hectare while 2.5 hector land area is used for container terminal services. The port has the capacity to handle 1180 TEU containers at a time and its annual container handling capacity has reached up to 2378 TEU. 

Dire Dawa port and terminal was established in 2013. The dry port is located in Dire Dawa city administration. Dire Dawa city is located approximately 550 km from Addis Ababa. The port occupies a total area of 0.78 hectare while 0.78-hectare land area is used for container terminal services. The port has the capacity to accommodate 368 TEU containers at a time and its annual container handling capacity has reached up to 3852 TEU. 

Kombolcha port and terminal was established in 2013.The dry port is located in Amhara National Regional State at Kombolcha town, which is approximately 380 km from Addis Ababa. The port occupies a total area of 15 hectare while 4-hectare land area used for container terminal services. The port has the capacity to handle 1888 TEU containers at a time and its annual handling capacity has reached up to 4891 TEU. 

Mekelle port and terminal was established in 2013. The dry port is located in Tigray National Regional State at Mekelle city, which is approximately 783 km from Addis Ababa. The port occupies a total area of 3 hectare while 3-hectare land area is used for container terminal services. The port has the capacity to handle 1440 TEU containers at a time and its annual container handling capacity has reached up to 

Hawassa port and terminal was established in 2018.The dry port is located in Southern Nations and Nationality Peoples Regional State at Hawassa city, which is approximately 300 km from the capital. 

The dry port is providing services in its satellite office at Hawassa Industrial Park. The construction of the port will be commenced at the plot of land given from the Hawassa City Administration. 

Woreta port and terminal was established in 2019. The dry port is located in Amhara National Regional State at Woreta town, which is approximately 620 km from Addis Ababa. Currently the port is under construction. The port occupies a total area of 20 hectare while 3-hectare land area is going to be used for container terminal services. The port has the capacity to handle 900 TEU containers at a time. 

https://www.eslse.et/dryport.html 

Please find information on the ports mentioned in the links below: 

4.4 Ethiopia Port and Waterways Company Contact List 

Key port information can also be found at: http://www.maritime-database.com/ports/topports.php 

Djibouti:

2.1.1 Djibouti Port of Djibouti S.A (PAID) 

Website: Port of Djibouti 

Port Contacts for Djibouti:4.3 Djibouti Port and Waterways Company Contact List 

Somalia:

2.1.2 Somalia Port of Berbera 

Port Contacts to Berbera Port: 4.4 Somalia Port and Waterways Company Contact List 

Sudan:

Website: Port of Sudan LCA 

Port Contacts to Sudan Port:4.4 Sudan Port and Waterways Company Contact List 

Kenya:

2.1.1 Kenya Port of Mombasa 

Port Contacts to Mombasa Port: 4.4 Kenya Port and Waterways Company Contact List 

Ethiopia - 2.3 Ethiopia Road Network

 

Overview

Ethiopia being a land locked country is using the neighbouring Djibouti port as the main access to sea port for mainly government import export business. Berbera Port in neighbouring Somalia is mostly used by Humanitarian communities such as WFP Ethiopia and Djibouti are connected through a paved road as well as a railway network.  Ethiopia’s reopening of diplomatic relations with Eritrea has created the expectation of expanded logistics operations via the Eritrean ports of Assab and Massawa. However, in the near future there are no expectations of these ports to be used Rapid economic growth for over a decade coupled with the creation of the African Continental Free Trade Area and growth of Ethiopian cities has increased demand for freight and public transport. The Ethiopian transport sector is heavily dominated by the public sector with road infrastructure development, railway sector, maritime, and logistics as well as aviation sectors heavily monopolized by the government. Private sector involvement in the transport sector was limited to public and freight transport services, freight forwarding and chartered flight services with small passenger aircrafts. https://www.trade.gov/country-commercial-guides/ethiopia-roads-railways-and-logistics   

The Government of Ethiopia identified the transport sector as a game changer to maintain the country’s impressive economic growth trajectory, and it formed a National Transport Council that will lead the reform program in the sector. In the recent years, the Council formulated and endorsed a national transport policy (March 2020), a national logistics strategy (2020 to 2030) and policy, and the transport sector’s 10-year perspective plan (2020 to 2030).  According to the government’s 10-year transport perspective plan, the country envisages to invest 3.0 trillion birr (approximately $58 billion) in the sector in the next ten years and identified the private sector as an engine and active participant in this development planhttps://www.trade.gov/country-commercial-guides/ethiopia-roads-railways-and-logistics 

In 2020 Ethiopia has an estimated 144,024 kilometers (89,492 miles) of all-weather roads – about 41% of the required road network in the country, while in 2022/23 it is estimated to be 180,000km. In the past 15 years, the Government of Ethiopia has been engaged in expanding the road network. The Ethiopian Roads Authority plans to build an additional 10,000 km of road at a cost of 41 billion Birr ($1.5 billion). It is estimated that the federal road network is about 41,000 km, including 4,400 bridges and 40,600 culverts.  

The Government of Ethiopia is currently implementing a $2 billion National Logistics Development (NLD) strategy to alleviate trade logistic hurdles. According to the ten years perspective plan (2020 to 2030), the GOE aspires to:  

  • Increase the total road coverage of the country from the current 144,027 kms to 245,942 kms.  

  • Upgrade and strengthen the existing 28,099 km federal and regional roads.  

  • Increase the coverage of regular and alternating road maintenance from the current 131,596 kms to 808,662 kms.  

  •  Construct 3,000Km of Road for non-motorized transport services (Walking and Cycling). 

https://www.trade.gov/country-commercial-guides/ethiopia-roads-railways-and-logistics   

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

Website of the Ethiopian Roads Authority

Distance Matrix

Distances from Capital City to Major Towns (km)

 

Nazareth

Addis Ababa

Aksum

Arba Minch

Asosa

Bahir Dar

Dessie

Dire Dawa

Gambela

Gondar

Harar

Hawasa

Jijiga

Jimma

Kombolcha

Mekele

Semera

Adama/Nazareth

               

98

1055.4

451.5

748.7

 582.8

474.7

367.8

796.3

749.1

432.5

224

534

433.9

454.1

847.7

506.2

Addis Ababa

98

 

1140.5

434.7

663

489.6

398.2

462.8

711.2

655.9

517.6

279.4

620

352.3

377.6

932.8

591.3

Aksum

1055.4

1140.5

 

1500.8

1267.6

526.3

583.6

1145.5

1315.2

7.18

1210.2

1273.4

1312.6

1167.9

604.1

209.6

685.3

Arba Minch

451.5

434.7

1500.8

                    

993.5

922.5

835.8

811.6

 774.2

1088.8

876.3

250.4

978.7

376.1

815.3

1291.5

950

Asosa

748.7

663

1267.6

993.5

 

744.7

1056.2

1108.9

421.5

914.5

1173.6

911.8

1276.1

571

1035.6

1355.8

1247.3

Bahir Dar

582.8

489.6

526.3

922.5

744.7

 

461.7

938.6

791.7

173.5

1003.3

765.1

1105.7

644.5

477.1

614.8

604.8

Dessie

474.7

398.2

583.6

835.8

1056.2

461.7

 

676.2

1104.1

518

740.9

661.7

843.4

750.2

21.3

374.2

223.3

Dire Dawa

367.8

462.8

1145.5

811.6

1108.9

938.6

676.2

 

1,156.2 

1105.7

52.2

584.1

154.7

793.8

655.6

936.1

594.6

Gambela

796.3

711.2

1315.2

774.2

421.5

791.7

791.7

1156.2

 

961.4

1220.5

885.1

1322.9

425.6

1082.4

1402.6

1294.1

Gonder

749.1

655.9

339

1088.8

914.5

173.5

518

1105.7

961.4

 

1170

931.7

1272.9

814.3

 538.6

559.1

645.6

Harar

432.5

517.6

1210.2

876.3

1173.6

1003.3

740.9

52.2

1220.5

1170

 

648.6

102.9

858.4

 720.1

1000.7

659.1

Hawasa

224

279.4

1273.4

250.4

911.8

765.1

661.7

584.1

885.1

935.4

648.6

 

750.2

460

 640.4

1063

721.4

Jijiga

534

620

1312.6

978.7

1276.1

1105.7

843.4

154.7

1322.9

1272.9

102.9

750.2

 

960.4

822.2

1102.7

761.2

Jimma

433.9

352.3

1167.9

376.1

571

644.5

750.2

793.8

425.6

814.3

857.7

460

960.4

 

732.2

1272.9

931.4

Kombolcha

454.1

377.6

604.1

815.3

1035.6

477.1

21.3

655.6

1082.4

538.6

720.1

640.4

822.2

732.2

 

392

202.7

Mekele

847.7

209.6

1291.5

1355.8

1355.8

614.8

374.2

936.1

1402.6

559.1

1000.7

1063

1102.7

1272.9

392

          

476.0

Semera

932.8

591.3

685.3

950

1247.3

604.8

223.3

594.6

1294.1

645.6

659.1

721.4

761.2

931.4

202.7

476.0

             

 

 

Travel Time from Capital City to Major Towns (hrs)

 

 Nazareth

Addis Ababa

Aksum

Arba Minch

Asosa

Bahir Dar

Dessie

Dire Dawa

Gambela

Gonder

Harar

Hawasa

Jijiga

Jimma

Kombolcha

Mekele

Semera

Nazareth

 

1.36

15.43

7.31

14.1

 10.23

8.40

6.23

14.10

13.6

7.39

3.58

9.30

7.44

7.58

11.57

6.30

Addis Ababa

1.36

 

17.14

8.1

12.45

9.10

7.38

7.52

12.58

11.53

9.8

5.7

11

6.48

7.4

13.26

8

Aksum

15.43

17.14

 

22.58

24

10.21

10.55

17.58

24

7.18

19.14

19.26

21.5

22.48

11.26

3.52

11.24

Arba Minch

7.31

 8.1

22.58

 

18.5

 16.26

15.21

13.36

14.34

19.9

14.51

4.4

16.42

8.23

14.48

19.9

13.43

Asosa

14.1

12.45

24

18.5

 

14.4

19.46

19.45

7.29

16.58

21.1

16.56

22.52

10.22

19.11

26

19.55

Bahir Dar

10.23

9.10

10.21

16.26

14.4

 

8.49

16.13

14.15

3.6

17.28

13.28

19.20

12.42

9.5

11.48

 10.47

Dessie

8.40

7.38

10.55

15.21

19.46

8.49

 

10.27

19.59

10.5

11.43

11.41

13.34

13.38

36

7.8

3.59

Dire Dawa

6.23

7.52

17.58

13.36

19.45

16.13

10.27

 

20.13

17.44

1.21

10.4

3.12

13.39

9.49

14.10

8.43

Gambela

14.10

12.58

24

14.34

7.29

14.15

19.59

20.13

 

17.7

21.15

15.19

23.6

7.23

19.20

26

20.7

Gonder

13.6

11.53

7.18

 19.9

16.58

3.6

 10.5

17.44

17.7

 

19.7

16.7

20.58

15.32

10.41

11.3

11.17

Harar

7.39

9.8

19.14

14.51

21.1

17.28

11.43

1.21

21.15

19.7

 

11.18

1.55

14.36

11.2

15.23

9.56

Hawasa

3.58

5.7

19.26

4.4

16.56

13.28

11.41

10.4

15.19

16.7

11.18

 

13.4

7.54

11.6

15.30

10.4

Jijiga

9.30

11

21.5

16.42

22.52

19.20

13.34

3.12

23.6

20.58

1.55

13.4

 

16.31

18.45

17.13

11.46

Jimma

7.44

6.48

22.48

8.23

10.22

12.42

13.38

13.39

7.23

15.32

14.36

7.54

16.31

  

13.14

19.2

13.36

Kombolcha

7.58

7.4

11.26

14.48

19.11

9.5

36

9.49

19.20

10.41

11.2

11.6

18.45

13.14

 

 7.42

3.25

Mekele

11.57

13.26

3.52

19.9

26

11.48

7.8

14.10

26

11.3

15.23

15.30

17.13

19.2

7.42

 

7.34

Semera

6.30

8

11.24

13.43

19.55

10.47

3.59

8.43

20.7

11.17

9.56

10.4

11.46

13.36

3.25

7.34

 

Road Security and Accessibility 

Ethiopia has a population of approximately105 million people and a gross domestic product of US$ 111.27 billion. There are number of issues to address in road safety in Ethiopia, including major risk factors, coordination of road safety work, institutional capacity and data collection systems. Ethiopia prepared the “National Road Safety Strategic Plan of Ethiopia 2011 to 2021 “ to address the road security and safety issues. 

Road network is basically accessible there could be some challenges in certain areas associated with pockets of insecurity in Northern Ethiopia or other parts of the country as well. In certain locations, areas may be hard to reach due to rough, unpaved, and inadequate roads, which is exacerbated during the rainy season (June-September). Rough roads may also lead trucks to face mechanical issues, with little access to workshops for maintenance along the way. In addition, the prevailing seasonal weather conditions must also be taken into consideration, wash ways, flooded rivers that cause roads to be impassable, the presence of animals on the road (camels, livestock) and the bad conditions of several roads (potholes etc.). The distances are vast, there is negligible roadside support in case of accidents or breakdowns, and thus it is important to adhere to security procedures and standards.  

Weighbridges and Axle Load Limits 

The axle load limit in case of Ethiopia for Front Axle is 8 Ton and Rear Axle is 10 Ton as per the old regulation, however taking into account a new regulation it has the below provisions. 

  • The mass of a single axle fitted with two or three wheels - 

  1. which is a steering axle, exceeds 7 700 kilograms; or 

  1. other than a steering axle, exceeds 8 000 kilograms. 

  • The axle mass of a single axle fitted with four wheels is 10 000 kilograms 

  • The maximum permissible mass for a tandem axle fitted with four wheels, and- 

  1. which is a steering axle unit, exceeds 15 400 kilograms; or 

  1. which is a tandem axle unit other than a steering tandem axle unit, exceeds 16 000 kilograms. 

  • The maximum permissible mass of tandem axle unit fitted with eight wheels, is 18 000 kilograms but for a tandem axle - 

  • The maximum permissible mass for a tridem axle unit where each axle is fitted with two or three wheels, and- 

  1. which is a steering axle unit, exceeds 23 100 kilograms; or 

  1. which is an axle unit other than a steering axle unit, exceeds 24 000 kilograms; or 

  • The maximum permissible mass for a tridem axle unit where each axle is fitted with four wheels, exceeds 24 000 kilograms; and 

  • A person may not operate on a public road a vehicle fitted with a quadrem axle unit. 

  • The total will not be more than 56 tons.  

  

Axle Load Limits 

Ethiopia 

Eritrea 

Djibouti 

Somalia 

Kenya 

Sudan 

South Sudan 

Truck with 2 Axles 

18 

12 

No axle Load Limit 

18 

16 

 

Truck with 3 Axles 

26 

15  

No axle Load Limit 

24 

24 

 

Truck with 4 Axles 

34 

22 - 

No axle Load Limit 

28 

32 

 

Semi-trailer with 3 Axles 

28 

28 - 

No axle Load Limit 

28 

 

Semi-trailer with 4 Axles 

38 

 28 - 

No axle Load Limit 

34 

 

Semi-trailer with 5 Axles 

46 – Is this correct  

28- 

No axle Load Limit 

42 

 

Semi-trailer with 6 Axles 

50 – is this correct  

28 - 

No axle Load Limit 

48 

 

Truck & Drawbar Trailer with 4 Axles 

38 

28 - 

No axle Load Limit 

36 

 

Truck & Drawbar Trailer with 5 Axles 

56 – is this correct  

28 - 

No axle Load Limit 

42 

 

Truck & Drawbar Trailer with 6 Axles 

54 – is this correct  

28- 

No axle Load Limit 

48 

 

Truck & Drawbar Trailer with 7 Axles 

56 – is this correct  

28- 

No axle Load Limit 

54 

 

 

Ethiopia - 2.4 Ethiopia Railway Assessment

Website of the Ethio-Djibouti Railway 

  • Ethiopia being one of the developing countries needs to be integrated with global economy and that can only be possible through efficient and effective flows of goods to and from the country in international trade. To this end, the country needs to adopt or develop an efficient multimodal transport system for freight transport. Railway infrastructure is one the most important part of economic infrastructure. Transport infrastructure and services, including shipping, ports, roads and railways are essential for global merchandise trade, and related supply chains. Where transport infrastructure is poor, the development of multimodal transport may not be easy. In order to be able to be gain maximum benefit from multimodal transport, infrastructure that is capable of handling containers must be in place. The development of multimodal transport is inter-linked with the transport infrastructure facilitates. Infrastructure facilities such as seaports, railway, roads, and airports are supported the multimodal transport services in order to deliver the cargo safely and rapidly 

  • Addis Ababa-Djibouti railway project is envisaged as a major export and import connection linking land locked Ethiopia with Djibouti Port in the Red Sea’s international shipping routes.  It is the first modern cross-border, standard gauge, electrified railway in Africa with the total length of 756km, (656km in Ethiopia section and 100km in Djibouti section), stretches from Addis Ababa (capital of Ethiopia), then runs along Adama, Dire Dawa (two big cities of Ethiopia), and ends in Djibouti port. It was designed and constructed in compliance with Class II Chinese electrified railway standard at design speed of 120km/h. Addis Ababa-Djibouti Railway is the main channel for import and export of goods in Ethiopia and hinterland in Eastern Africa, middle axle of the economic and traffic corridor in Central Region, Western and Eastern Region of Ethiopia. 

  • A modern Chinese train control system CTC was adopted to the railway line to ensure safe and efficient transport. Centralized Traffic Control (CTC) integrates the computer technology, network communication technology and modern control technology, adopts the intelligent decentralized and autonomous design principle, and takes the train operation adjustment plan control as the central part. Centralized dispatching control system (CTC) refers to the technical equipment that the dispatching center centrally controls the signal equipment in a dispatching section and directly commands and manages the train operation .Lebu operation control center (OCC) is the main center to dispatch a train along the whole line .There are two dispatching centers in the whole line of Addis Ababa Djibouti railway, Labu dispatching center and Nagad dispatching sub center. 

Freight Stations layout and Facilities 

  • The Addis Ababa - Djibouti Railway has created a suitable transportation corridor for Ethiopia’s import and exports. It has reduced the travel time for freight and passengers. For freight transport, it has reduced the journey time between Djibouti and the Ethiopian dry port of Modjo from 84 hours to 10 to 15 hours. In addition, the railway line is playing a positive role in the Ethiopian agriculture sector development with agricultural production increasing with port connectivity. The Railway line has modern freight facilities including well –equipped warehouse and Freight yards. All freight stations were interconnected with modern and reliable optical fiber communication system. There is also a freight management system, which enable to control and monitor the movement of goods by railway throughout the line.  

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

4.1 Government Contact List

Railway Companies and Consortia 

There are no private railway companies in Ethiopia. 

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

4.9 Railway Companies Contact List  

Capacity Table 

No 

Description 

Model 

Quantity 

Manufacturer 

Purpose 

Temporary Parking Place 

Freight Electric Locomotive 

HXDIC 

32 

ZELC 

To haul freight wagon 

Indode 

Passenger Electric Locomotive 

HXDIC 

ZELC 

To haul passenger wagon 

Indode 

Diesel Shunting Locomotive 

DF10DDB 

Dalian Loco & Rolling stock 

For shunting operations 

Indode 

Hard Seat Coach 

YZ25G 

20 

Changehun Railway Vehicle Co. Ltd (CRC) 

for passenger transportation 

Indode 

Hard Sleeper Coach 

YW25G 

CRC 

for passenger transportation 

Indode 

Soft Berth Coach 

RW25G 

CRC 

for passenger transportation 

Indode 

Dinner Coach 

RW25G 

CRC 

for passenger transportation 

Dire Dawa Project site 

Box Wagon 

PW2 

220 

BFCY 

Goods which are afraid of sun, rain snow, erosion and boxed and bagged (paper products, appliance auto parts, goods and beverages etc.) 

Dire Dawa Project site 

Covered Gondola Wagon 

CW4 

110 

BFCY 

Goods such as building materials, steel, coal, core, mechanical equipment’s wood etc.  

Dire Dawa Project site 

10 

Uncovered Gondola Wagon 

CW3 

20 

BFCY 

Goods such as building materials, steel, coal, core, mechanical equipment’s wood etc. 

Dire Dawa Project site 

11 

Hopper Covered Wagon 

KW2 

20 

BFCY 

Light bulk materials such as grain, fertilizer, flour, salt, sugar, clay lime etc. 

Dire Dawa Project site 

12 

Hopper Uncovered Wagon 

KW3 

20 

BFCY 

Heavy bulk commodities such as coal, coke, stone, sand, ores, gravel, scrap material etc. 

Dire Dawa Project site 

13 

Flat Wagon 

NW5 

550 

BFCY 

International containers, and road trailers, Bulk and finished goods such as a lumber, pipes, plywood, drywall, etc., Can carry refrigeration container 

Dire Dawa Project site 

14 

Refrigerated Wagon 

BW1 

10 

BFCY 

Fresh and perishable food staffs such as fish, meat, vegetable, fruits etc. 

Dire Dawa Project site 

15 

Tank Wagon 

GW2 

110 

BFCY 

Luids (chemicals and petroleum’s) such as gasoline, diesel etc. 

Dire Dawa Project site 

16 

Center beam Wagon 

NW6 

20 

BFCY 

Lumber and building material 

Dire Dawa Project site 

17 

Bi-Level Wagon 

NW7 

20 

BFCY 

Large vehicles and automobiles 

Dire Dawa Project site 

Capacity Table

Rail Operator Capacity

 

Operator / 

Company Name 

Operator / 

Company Name 

Operator / 

Company Name 

Lines Operates On  

Addis Ababa – Djibouti  

List lines 

List lines 

Max Train Length and / or Pulling Capacity 

37 wagon*17.6 M (60 CM) 

 

 

Locomotives  

Electric  

Diesel /for Shunting only/  

Electric / Diesel / Steam 

Electric / Diesel / Steam 

Covered Freight Wagons Size (m) 

17.6 M 

 

 

Flatbed Freight Wagons Size (m) 

14.3  

 

 

High-sided Freight Wagons Size (m) 

 

 

Drop-side Freight Wagons Size (m) 

 

 

Key Route Information 

Standard Rout Information

 

From Djibouti to Addis Ababa 

Track Gauge 

  1435mm ( 4ft8 1/2 in) 

Ruling Gradient 

1.35% (2.7% with double-locomotive operation in difficult terrain) 

Total Track Distance (single or double)  

  751 km    115km double line from Sebeta to Adama 

Type of Rail ( weight and if welded or not) 

   50kg/m 

Type of Sleeper and Fastenings 

Sleepers:- concrete type       fastenings :- steel type  

Total Track Travel Time 

17hr  (Djibouti to Indode ) 

Maintenance (Good, Marginal, Bad) 

Marginal 

Companies / Consortiums Operating online 

Ethio – Djibouti Standard Gauge Railway Share Company (EDR) 

Traffic Frequency (Monthly, Weekly, Daily) 

Security (Good, Marginal, Bad) 

Good 

Main Stations (Add details below) 

Freight `stations:- Indode, Mojo, Adama, Dire Dawa 

 

There are a total of 11 Freight stations along the line with fully equipped facilities 

  1. Sebeta Freight Station 

  • It is the first station for bulk cargo transportation. 

  • .The platform has a length of 880m. 

2. Indode Freight Station  

  • It is located about  34km from Addis Ababa 

  • It is the main rolling stock depot and Rolling stock maintenance center. 

  • It is a fright station for bulk cargo and containers. 

  • It has 5 tracks. 

  • The length of the plat form is 883m. 

3. Mojo Station 

  • It is Freight and passenger station. 

  • It is located at 91km+310. 

  • It is the main station for multi modal transportation. 

  • It has five tracks. 

  • The plat form length is 880m. 

  • It is connected to Mojo Dry Port. 

4. Adama Freight Yard 

  • It is a freight station for bulk cargo transportation and is located about 113km from Addis Ababa. 

  • It has four tracks and a plat form length of 992m (about 3254.59 ft). 

. 5 Meiso Freight Station 

  • It is both a freight and passenger station, located about 323km from Addis Ababa, with a platform length of 098m. 

  • It has three tracks. 

 6. Bike Freight Station  

  • It both freight and passenger station. 

  • It is located at 391km 

  • The plat form length is 903m. 

  • It has three tracks. 

 7   DireDewa Station 

  • It is both a freight and passenger station. 

  • The plat form length is  883m 

  • It is located at 461km+465. 

  • It has four tracks. 

  • It is connected to DireDewa Dry port. 

8. Dewanle Station 

  • Dewale station is located 663km and is a freight and passenger station. The plat form length is 927m, with a total of 4 trucks.

9.Alisabi Station 

  • It is found in Djibouti Section. 

  • It is a passenger station. 

  • It has three tracks. 

  • The plat form is 919m 

  • It is located about 679km Form Addis Ababa 

10. Negad Station 

11.Dorale Station 

  • It is the last station, which connects the railway line with Djibouti Port. 

  • It is located at about 752km from Addis Ababa 

Key Stations 

 

Endode 

Mojo 

Adama 

Dire Dawa 

Location 

8°51'15.42"N 

 38°46'7.45"E 

8°35'17.42"N 

39° 8'15.29"E 

8°30'20.55"N 

39°15'51.94"E 

9°37'43.21"N 

41°46'26.85"E 

Contact Information 

Fasil Tadele 

0911-925549 

Wakuema  H/Mariyam  

0929-050156 

Roba Teno  

0912-157378 

Thomas Bekele (0915089194) freight team leader 

Biniyam Hilu (0915151327) station master  

Connections with Other 

Transport Means 

Road 

Road 

Road 

Road, Air 

Storage Capacity 

(m2 and m3) 

2,520m2 

6,72m2 (but the Dry port is used for storage currently) 

3,336m2 

3,780m2 

Handling Equipment 

 

 

 

One Forklift – 20 mts 

Handling Capacity (Current) 

38,160TEU 

152,640TEU 

15,264TEU 

38,160TEU 

Other Comments 

 

 

 

 

Freight Services 

Addis Ababa - Djibouti Railway line has provided visible socio and micro-economic benefits. Export and import in Ethiopia and Djibouti were clearly improved, increasing economic performance and fostered trade between the two countries by boosting the performance of international trade corridor. Container train transportation service is a competitive product of railway transportation with safe and punctual use of different types of freight. The type of freight wagons with their function is summarized as in the table below. 

Freight Wagons 

 

No 

  

Wagon type 

  

Quantity ( no.)  

  

Function 

Flat Wagon (NW5) 

550 

Dedicated for 20ft and 40 ft containers 

Box wagon (PW2) carrying capacity 70t 

220 

To transport various goods such as wheat, fertilizer and etc 

Open wagon carrying capacity 70t 

130 

To transport coal, ore, building material, steel and etc 

Tank Wagon carrying capacity 70t 

110 

To transport oil 

Refrigerated Wagon carrying capacity 40t 

10 

To Transport fresh and perishable goods such as fish,meat,fruits ,vegetables and etc 

Center beam wagon carrying capacity 70t 

20 

To Transport building material lumber, play wood and etc 

Hoper wagon carrying capacity 70t 

40 

To transport heavy bulk commodities such as coal, stones, ores gravel 

Total 

1130 

 

 

 

 

 

2.5 Ethiopia Waterways Assessment

River and/or Lake Port Assessment

Ethiopia does not have any major river ports. Gambella Region has the Baro River which has been utilized during the rainy season for transporting emergency supplies to the Upper Nile State of South Sudan in 2012 and 2013

Gambella River Update

There are 4 river ports in Gambella; Gambella, Itang, Matar (Alwero River) and Burbe. They are accessible at various times of the year dependent on water levels. On average very high-water levels from July to October during the rainy season and very low water levels from January to April. It is important to note that the road section at Puldieng, which is about 65 km from Gambella town on the way to Mater port, floods during the rainy season due to the Baro river busting its banks and, in most cases, becomes impossible until the water recedes. That section of the road and other smaller sections ahead were completely cut off in 2014 and 2020 by flood waters rendering no access to Mater port by road. On both occasions repairs were carried out by the Ethiopia Road Authority (ERA) to enable access. The majority of boats using the river have a capacity of 30MT although several can carry 40 to 50MT. They are used regularly to transport commercial goods and people between South Sudan and Gambella. From late July till October it is possible to utilize a large barge with up to 1,600MT capacity from Gambella river port. This barge was utilized in 2012 from Gambella to Upper Nile State in South Sudan. Gambella port is accessible when the water levels are very high. Also, important to note is that along the river there are rocks on the riverbed that hinder smooth navigation of boats and therefore extra caution has to be taken. Currently, river transporters are hesitant in using Gambella port for the sole reason of possible damage to their boats and loss of cargo.

Refer to the links below for further details: 

Ethiopia - South Sudan Cross Corridor Road Assessment Mission Report

4.1 Ethiopian Government Contact List

4.4 Ethiopia Port and Waterways Company Contact List

Ethiopia - 2.6 Ethiopia Storage Assessment

Overview

Major Stores are owned by Government, Public Enterprises, Private Commercial Companies and Individual Traders. The major owners of storage facilities are:-

  • Ethiopian Trading Business Corporation (ETBC), (the former Ethiopian Grain Trade Enterprise (EGTE)
  • Ethiopia Disaster Risk Management Commission, EDRMC, (the former Disaster Risk Management and Food Security Sector (DRMFSS)
  • Ethiopian industrial inputs development enterprise, EIIDE, (the former Merchandise Wholesale & Import Trade Enterprise (MEWIT)
  • Ethiopian Agricultural Business Corporation, EABC, (the former Agricultural Input Supply Enterprise (AISE), and the former Ethiopian Seed Enterprise (ESE),
  • Ethiopian Agricultural Commodities Warehousing Services Enterprise (EACWSE) 609, 852
  • Farmers’ Cooperative Unions,
  • NGOs

ETBC has a total store capacity of approximately 873,900 MT throughout the country; It’s warehouses are found in Addis Ababa, Amhara, Oromia and SNNP regions.

EFSRA has a total of 322,000 MT warehouse capacities in 7 strategically located sites (see below); EFSRA is the second biggest store owner in the country.

EIIDE: has total capacity of 1,094,537 MT making it the biggest store in Ethiopia.

EDRMC: has a total of 8 warehouses in Ethiopia, these comprise of 90 stores with a total capacity of 423,950 MT

 Out of the 90 stores of the commission, 23 are being used by partners (WFP, CRS, FH, ORDA, Busa Gonofa Oromia, and ETBC)

NGOs: Like CARE, CRS, CONCERN, ICRC, MEKANEYESUS, WVI etc. own and lease warehouses in towns Adama, Dire Dawa, Mekelle, Kombolcha and in areas like E. and W. Harerge, Borena Zone, SNNPR etc. where they are active. 

Farmers’ Cooperative Unions FCU’s own and lease stores to store their produce, agricultural inputs etc. throughout the country.

Private Warehouse Owners: An approximately more than 300,000MT capacity stores are owned by private owners mainly in towns like Addis Ababa, Nazareth, Dire Dawa, Shashemene, Gondar and Mekelle.

 For more information on storage company contact details, please see the following link: 4.6 Storage and Milling Companies Contact List.

Afar Region Storage Assessment

There is only one warehouse which is feasible but is still under construction. It belongs to DPFSCO. There is an existing Industrial Pack Development Corporation (IPDC) warehouse consisting of 8 sheds with a capacity of 43,200 sqm.  4 used by WFP, one by UNHCR and the rest by the government of a capacity of 5400 sqm. There are two MSUs but being used by DPFSCO. There is abundance of empty land to establish warehouses on in the surrounding areas of Semera. There are two MSUs but being used by DPFSCO.

DPFSCO warehouse under construction.

Summary of storage capacity in Afar

No.

Region

Town

Owner/Ministry / Agency

Name of Lessee/user

 Capacity (mt)

 Area (m2)

Type

1

Afar

Semera

UNICEF

UNICEF

300

240

Mobile Storage Unit (MSU)

2

Afar

Semera

UNHCR

UNHCR

300

240

Mobile Storage Unit (MSU)

3

Afar

Semera

NDRMC

NDRMC

5000

2100

Concrete  

4

Afar

Semera

 

NDRMC

500

3200

Mobile Storage Unit (MSU)

5

Afar

Semera

 

NDRMC

500

3200

Mobile Storage Unit (MSU)

6

Afar

Semera

 

NDRMC

500

3200

Mobile Storage Unit (MSU)

7

Afar

Semera

 

NDRMC

500

3200

Mobile Storage Unit (MSU)

8

Afar

Semera

 

NDRMC

400

280

Mobile Storage Unit (MSU)

9

Afar

Semera

 

NDRMC

350

240

Mobile Storage Unit (MSU)

10

Afar

Semera

APDA

APDA

700

510

Concrete  

11

Afar

Logiya

APDA

APDA

100

135

Concrete  

12

Afar

Logiya

APDA

APDA

750

576

Concrete  

13

Afar

Semera

IPDC/Government

WFP

10000

5400

Concrete  

14

Afar

Semera

IPDC/Government

WFP

10000

5400

Concrete  

15

Afar

Semera

IPDC/Government

WFP

10000

5400

Concrete  

16

Afar

Semera

 

SAVE THE CHILDREN

500

3200

Mobile Storage Unit (MSU)

17

Afar

Semera

 

SAVE THE CHILDREN

500

3200

Mobile Storage Unit (MSU)

 

Tigray Region Storage assessment

In March 2023, a quick survey/assessment was conducted in Mekelle to check availability as well as suitability of warehouses in the commercial market. Warehouses for rent are easily available in Mekelle with most located within the industrial zone and are well secured. It was also noted that the rental cost per sqm had also gone up compared to 2022, it is about ETB 160 compared to ETB 110 in 2022. Also noted was the increase in payment of daily wages/laborers.

Storage capacities for Humanitarian agencies in Mekelle

Region

Town

Owner/Ministry / Agency

Name of Lessee/user

 Capacity(mt)

 Area (m2)

Type

Tigray

Mekelle

Amanuel Zeru

CWW

1964.44

4160

Concrete

Tigray

Mekelle

Private

FHI 360

96

 

32

 

Concrete  

 

Tigray

Mekelle

Kasahy G/Egziybher

Fhi360

280 MT

250

Concrete  

Tigray

Mekelle

Leake Mebrahtu

GOAL

912

228

Concrete  

Tigray

Mekelle

 

IOM

2000

2300

Concrete  

Tigray

Mekelle

Azmera Ambasager

PIE

 

83.86

Concrete  

Tigray

Mekelle

Ato Gebreselassie

UNICEF

4800

2500

Concrete  

Tigray

Mekelle

Private owner

WHO

100

1000

Concrete  

Tigray

Mekelle

 Private owner

ZOA

6600

600

Concrete  

Tigray

Mekelle

 

AAH

4000

3655

Concrete

Tigray

Abi adi

 

AAH

 

341

Concrete  

Tigray

Abi adi

 

AAH

 

150

Concrete  

Tigray

Yechilla

 

AAH

 

140

Concerete

Tigray

Adigrat

Gebreyohannes Z/michael

Fhi360

5 MT

35

Concrete  

Tigray

Axum

Mamit Woldetensae

Fhi360

10 MT

80

Concrete  

Tigray

Adigrat

Hailemicheal Suba

PIE

 

78

Concrete  

Tigray

Fatsi

Amanuel Kebedom

PIE

 

270

Concrete  

Tigray

Bizet

Kidu Zemariam

PIE

 

189

Concrete  

Storage capacities for Humanitarian agencies in Shire

Region

Town

Owner/Ministry / Agency

Name of Lessee/user

 Capacity(mt)

 Area (m2)

Type

Tigray

Shire

Gizachew A & Tewodros G/slassie

UNHCR

1890

800

Concrete  

Tigray

Shire

Fisseha Fitwi

IOM

14946

2110

Half Concrete/ Half Steel

Tigray

Shire

Tirhas Niguse

NRC

945

400

Concrete

Tigray

Shire

Fantahun Kassa

DRC

147

224

Concrete

Tigray

Shire

Own

DRC

0.25

 

 

Tigray

Shire

Rim Gizachew

IRC

2056

1500

Concrete

Tigray

Shire

Tewelde Haftu

SP

2975

1050

Concrete

Tigray

Shire

Alula Trading

WVE

397

263.5

Concrete

Tigray

Shire

ERCs and Berhe Weldu

MSF-H

1818

1250

Concrete

Tigray

Shire

 

ZOA

176

63

Concrete

Storage capacities for Humanitarian agencies in Amhara

Region

Town

Owner/Ministry / Agency

Name of Lessee/user

 Capacity(mt)

 Area (m2)

Type

Amhara

Debre Berhan

ZM General Trainig PLC

UNHCR

7796

2500

Concrete  

Amhara

Kombolcha

Seid Marye ( person )

UNHCR

 

9100

Concrete  

Amhara

Bahir Dar

Asrat Mekonne (person)

UNHCR

1500

1400

Concrete  

Amhara

Dabat

UNHCR

UNHCR

360 (3 MSU)

3(24*10 per MSU)=720

Mobile Storage Unit (MSU)

Amhara

Dabat

MTI

MTI

19.5

31.5

Temporary ( iron sheet)

Amhara

Gondar

IOM

IOM

2494.72

800

Concrete  

Amhara

Wag Hemra, Sekota town

Action Against Hunger

Action Against Hunger

206

91.2

Concrete  

Amhara

Bahir Dar

Habtamu yhuna mengatsta (person)

IMC

18

60

Concrete  

Amhara

Dansha

Aganawe mucha (person)

IMC

21

90

Concrete  

Amhara

Gondar

MSF - H

MSF - H

850

760

Concrete  

Amhara

Gondar

Eyayu Eshetie(person)

ICRC

500

600

Concrete  

Amhara

Dessie

GOAL Ethiopia

GOAL Ethiopia

2

30

Concrete  

Amhara

Debereberhan

GOAL  Ethiopia

GOAL Ethiopia

4

40

Concrete  

Amhara

Dabat/ Amawachji

ANE

ANE

600

300

Concrete  

Amhara

Kombolcha

Seid Ali (person)

Concern

3500

209.1

Concrete  

 

Public Sector Storage

Summary

Location

Capacity

Addis Ababa

54,288

Oromiya

188,445

Dire Dawa

21,713

Harar

4,367

Amhara

151,067

Somali

105,485

Afar

8,004

Tigray

117,720

SNNP

17,862

Detailed Table

Region

Town

Ministry / Agency

Use Possibility

Name of Lessee/user

 Capacity (mt)

 Area (m2)

Type [1]

Addis Ababa

Nefas Slik- Lafto/Mitchelcotes

EACWSE

No

ECX

                   100

 

hollow block

Addis Ababa

Nefas Slik- Lafto/Mitchelcotes

EACWSE

No

ECX

                   100

 

hollow block

Addis Ababa

Nefas Slik- Lafto/Mitchelcotes

EACWSE

No

ECX

                         50

 

hollow block

Addis Ababa

Nefas Slik- Lafto/Mitchelcotes

EACWSE

No

ECX

                         50

 

hollow block

Addis Ababa

Nefas Slik- Lafto/Mitchelcotes

EGTE

Yes

Medihanit Supp.

                   100

 

hollow block

Addis Ababa

Nefas Slik- Lafto/Mitchelcotes

EGTE

Yes

Medihanit Supp.

                         50

 

hollow block

Addis Ababa

Nefas Slik- Lafto/Mitchelcotes

EGTE

Yes

Medihanit Supp.

                         50

 

hollow block

Addis Ababa

Nefas Slik- Lafto/Mitchelcotes

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                         50

 

hollow block

Addis Ababa

Nefas Slik- Lafto/Mitchelcotes

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                         50

 

hollow block

Addis Ababa

Nefas Slik- Lafto/Mitchelcotes

EGTE

Yes

EGET

                         50

 

hollow block

Addis Ababa

Nefas Slik- Lafto/Mitchelcotes

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                         50

 

hollow block

Addis Ababa

Bole/22-Mazoreia

EGTE

Yes

Dashen Beer

                         10

 

corrugated iron sheet

Addis Ababa

Kirkose/Leghar

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                         50

 

corrugated iron sheet

Addis Ababa

Kolfe-Keranio/18

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                         20

 

holow block

Addis Ababa

Yeka/Abuware

EGTE

Yes

Wongel Berhan

                         30

 

corrugated iron sheet

Addis Ababa

Nefas slik-Lafto/Goterra

EGTE

Yes

Selam Wogel

                          -  

 

corrugated iron sheet

Addis Ababa

Kolfe-Keranio/18

EGTE

Yes

Haysem Payen

                         20

 

corrugated iron sheet

Addis Ababa

Bole/22

EGTE

Yes

WarytMulutila

                         20

 

corrugated iron sheet

Addis Ababa

Nefas Slik-Lafto

EGTE

Yes

Ethio-Agri CEFT

                         25

 

corrugated iron sheet

Addis Ababa

Arada/Kebena

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                         18

 

corrugated iron sheet

Addis Ababa

Addis Ketema/Amanuel

EGTE

Yes

Ethio-China

                         25

 

hollow block

Addis Ababa

Kolfe-Keranio/18

EGTE

Yes

EGET

                         20

 

hollow block

Addis Ababa

Kolfe-Keranio/18

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                   600

 

corrugated iron sheet

Addis Ababa

Kolfe-Keranio/18

EGTE

Yes

Indeit Industrial

   

corrugated iron sheet

Addis Ababa

Gullele/Shiromeda

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

   

corrugated iron sheet

Addis Ababa

Gullele/Kechene Medanialem

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

   

hollow block

Addis Ababa

Nefas Slik-Lafto
Adey Abeba/Maderja

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

   

hollow block

Addis Ababa

Akaki-Kality
Coffee Processing center

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

   

corrugated iron sheet

Addis Ababa

Goterra

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

   

Silo

Amhara

BahirDar

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                5,000

               2,100

Bricks

Amhara

BahirDar

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                5,000

               2,100

Bricks

Amhara

BahirDar

EGTE

Yes

Merkeb U.

                5,000

               2,100

Bricks

Amhara

BahirDar

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                2,000

                       800

Steel

Amhara

BahirDar

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               2,000

                       800

corrugated iron sheet

Amhara

BahirDar

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                5,000

               2,100

Bricks

Amhara

BahirDar

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                5,000

               2,100

 

Amhara

BahirDar

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                          -  

 

Silos

Amhara

Gonder

EACWSE

No

EGTE

                5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Amhara

Gonder

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Amhara

Gonder

EGTE

Yes

Debremariam

                   160

 

hollow block

Amhara

Gonder

EGTE

Yes

Sisay Reta

                          -  

 

hollow block

Amhara

Woreta

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Amhara

Mereawe

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                2,500

               1,000

hollow block

Amhara

Durbete

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                2,500

               1,000

hollow block

Amhara

Dangila

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                2,500

               1,000

hollow block

Amhara

Dangila

EGTE

Yes

Admas U.

                5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Amhara

Chageni

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                2,500

               1,000

corrugated iron sheet

Amhara

Adeti

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                   500

 

corrugated iron sheet

Amhara

Debretabor

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               2,000

                       800

corrugated iron sheet

Amhara

Easte

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                   500

 

corrugated iron sheet

Amhara

Easte

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                   500

 

corrugated iron sheet

Amhara

Metema

EACWSE

No

ECX

                5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Amhara

Metema

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               2,500

               1,000

hollow block

Amhara

Metema

EGTE

Yes

 

              10,000

               4,200

hollow block

Amhara

Addiszemen

EGTE

Yes

       

Amhara

Addiszemen

EGTE

Yes

       

Amhara

Koladiba

EGTE

Yes

       

Amhara

Abrehajira

EACWSE

No

 

                5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Amhara

Ambasami

EGTE

Yes

       

Amhara

Genedawuha

EGTE

Yes

       

Oromiya

Woliso

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Woliso

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               2,500

               1,000

hollow block

Oromiya

Tulubolo

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               2,500

               1,000

 

Oromiya

Tulubolo

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                   300

 

corrugated iron sheet

Oromiya

Wolkite

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                   300

 

corrugated iron sheet

Oromiya

Teji

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                   300

 

corrugated iron sheet

Oromiya

Enchini

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               2,500

               1,000

hollow block

Oromiya

Enchini

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                  300

 

hollow block

Oromiya

Holeta

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               2,500

               1,000

hollow block

Oromiya

Holeta

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                   300

 

corrugated iron sheet

Oromiya

Genichi

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Kachissie

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               2,500

              1,000

hollow block

Oromiya

Debeberhan

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               5,000

              2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Debeberhan

EGTE

Yes

 

               1,000

                       500

hollow block

Oromiya

Debeberhan

EGTE

Yes

WEWIT(Geniad)

               1,000

                       500

corrugated iron sheet

Oromiya

Fitche

EGTE

Yes

Biftu Seale

                  600

 

corrugated iron sheet

Oromiya

Fitche

EGTE

Yes

City Admini.

                   300

 

corrugated iron sheet

Oromiya

Debretsige

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                   300

 

corrugated iron sheet

Oromiya

Kiyu

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                2,500

               1,000

hollow block

Amhara

Alem Ketema

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                2,500

               1,000

hollow block

Oromiya

Awot

EGTE

Yes

       

Oromiya

Jaledu

EGTE

Yes

       

Oromiya

Nazareth

EGTE

Yes

Food Prepositioning

               5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Nazareth

EGTE

Yes

Food Prepositioning

               5,000

              2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Nazareth

EGTE

Yes

Food Prepositioning

                5,000

              2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Nazareth

EGTE

Yes

Food Prepositioning

               5,000

              2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Nazareth

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               5,000

              2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Nazareth

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Nazareth

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               2,000

                       800

corrugated iron sheet

Oromiya

Nazareth

EACWSE

No

ECX

               5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Nazareth

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                2,000

                       800

hollow block

Oromiya

Nazareth

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                6,000

               2,500

hollow block

Oromiya

Nazareth

EGTE

Yes

Save the Children

                6,000

              2,500

hollow block

Oromiya

Nazareth

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                2,000

                       800

hollow block

Oromiya

Nazareth

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               2,500

               1,000

hollow block

Oromiya

Nazareth

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               2,500

               1,000

corrugated iron sheet

Oromiya

Nazareth

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               2,000

                       800

corrugated iron sheet

Oromiya

Nazareth

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Dire Dawa

DireDawa

EACWSE

No

ECX

                  500

 

hollow block

Dire Dawa

DireDawa

EACWSE

No

ECX

                4,000

              1,800

hollow block

Oromiya

Debrezaeit

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Debrezaeit

EGTE

Yes

Yerer Union

               5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Mdjo

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                2,500

               1,000

 

Amhara

Minijar

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                  300

 

corrugated iron sheet

Oromiya

Chaffe-Donssa

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                   300

 

corrugated iron sheet

Afar

Assaita

EGTE

Yes

Regional Government

               5,000

              2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Eteya

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               5,000

              2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Eteya

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Eteya

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Arsi-Robe

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Arsi-Robe

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                5,000

               2,100

 

Oromiya

Abomssa

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Gelmso

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                2,500

              1,000

hollow block

Somali

Degehabure

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               2,500

               1,000

hollow block

Somali

Gode

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                2,500

               1,000

hollow block

Oromiya

Chirao

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               2,500

               1,000

hollow block

Oromiya

DEBREZEIT

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                5,000

               2,100

 

Oromiya

Modjo

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                  300

 

hollow block

Harar

Harar

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                2,500

               1,000

hollow block

Oromiya

Bedessa

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                   300

 

hollow block

Somali

Kalafo

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

     

Oromiya

Gelmso

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

     

Oromiya

Asebeteferi

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

     

Amhara

Debremarkos

EGTE

Yes

Goza Union

                5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Amhara

Debremarkos

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               5,000

              2,100

hollow block

Amhara

Debremarkos

EGTE

Yes

Ambassel

                   500

 

hollow block

Amhara

Amanuel

EGTE

Yes

Goza Union

                2,500

               1,000

hollow block

Amhara

Dembecha

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                2,500

              1,000

hollow block

Amhara

Jiga

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Amhara

Jiga

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               5,000

               2,100

 

Amhara

Jiga

EGTE

Yes

Damot Union

               5,000

               2,100

 

Amhara

Jiga

EGTE

Yes

Damot Union

                  500

 

corrugated iron sheet

Amhara

Kuwarit

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                   500

 

corrugated iron sheet

Amhara

Bure

EACWSE

No

ECX

               5,000

             2,100

hollow block

Amhara

Bure

EACWSE

No

ECX

                5,000

              2,100

hollow block

Amhara

Bure

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               2,500

              1,000

hollow block

Amhara

Gimjabet

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                 500

 

corrugated iron sheet

Amhara

Yejube

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                  500

 

corrugated iron sheet

Amhara

Lumame

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                   500

 

corrugated iron sheet

Amhara

Dejen

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               5,000

              2,100

hollow block

Amhara

Dejen

EGTE

Yes

Gion Union

               5,000

              2,100

 

Amhara

Dejen

EGTE

Yes

Gion Union

             10,000

              4,200

 

Amhara

Dejen

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                2,000

                       800

corrugated iron sheet

Amhara

Bichenna

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

              2,500

               1,000

corrugated iron sheet

Amhara

Bichenna

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                   500

 

corrugated iron sheet

Amhara

Kuyie

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                2,500

               1,000

hollow block

Amhara

Debrework

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Amhara

Gindewoin

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                2,000

                       800

corrugated iron sheet

Amhara

Keraniyo

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                   500

 

corrugated iron sheet

Amhara

Motta

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                2,500

               1,000

corrugated iron sheet

Amhara

Motta

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                   500

 

corrugated iron sheet

Amhara

M/Lemariam

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                  500

 

corrugated iron sheet

Amhara

Gindewoin

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                2,000

                       800

corrugated iron sheet

Amhara

Amber

EGTE

Yes

 

                          -  

   

Amhara

Durebete/Achefere

EGTE

Yes

 

                          -  

   

Amhara

Adeti

EGTE

Yes

 

                          -  

   

Amhara

Dangila

EGTE

Yes

 

                          -  

   

Amhara

F/Selam

EGTE

Yes

 

                          -  

   

Amhara

Merawi

EGTE

Yes

 

                          -  

   

Amhara

Shedi

EGTE

Yes

 

                          -  

   

Oromiya

Robe

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

              5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Robe

EGTE

Yes

Bale Agri,Deve

               5,000

              2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Robe

EGTE

Yes

Ethio-Tekuwando

               1,000

                       500

corrugated iron sheet

Oromiya

Robe

EGTE

Yes

Wushu

                1,000

                       500

corrugated iron sheet

Oromiya

Ginner

EGTE

Yes

 

               2,500

               1,000

hollow block

Oromiya

Asela

EGTE

Yes

Oromiya SeedEnterprise

                5,000

              2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Dodolla

EGTE

Yes

Oromiya seed Enterprise

                5,000

              2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Dodolla

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Dodolla

EGTE

Yes

Oromiya seed Enterprise

                5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Asasa

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Asasa

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

              5,000

              2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Bekoji

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               5,000

              2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Hoffi

EGTE

Yes

 

               5,000

              2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Asela

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Asela

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

             10,000

              4,200

hollow block

Oromiya

Gonde

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               2,000

                       800

Stone

Oromiya

Abomsa

EGTE

Yes

 

                          -  

   

Oromiya

Gorro

EGTE

Yes

 

                          -  

   

Oromiya

Gasara

EGTE

Yes

 

                          -  

   

Oromiya

Nekemt

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               4,500

              2,000

hollow block

Oromiya

Nekemt

EACWSE

Yes

EGTE

               5,000

              2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Nekemt

EACWSE

Yes

EGTE

               5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Nekemt

EACWSE

Yes

EGTE

               5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Nekemt

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Nekemt

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

              5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Gimbi

EGTE

Yes

 

               5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Arjo

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                2,500

               1,000

hollow block

Oromiya

Sire

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Bako

EGTE

Yes

 

                5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Ejaji

EGTE

Yes

 

               5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Gedo

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                   200

 

corrugated iron sheet

Oromiya

Gedo

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               2,500

               1,000

hollow block

Oromiya

Wayu

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                  200

 

corrugated iron sheet

Oromiya

Fincha

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               5,000

              2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Shambu

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Nekemt

EGTE

Yes

ECX

                5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Nekemt /Sirga

EGTE

Yes

ECX

                5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Alemtefri

EGTE

Yes

 

                          -  

   

Oromiya

Siree

EGTE

Yes

 

                          -  

   

Oromiya

Jimma

EGTE

Yes

ECX

               2,800

               1,000

hollow block

Oromiya

Bedele

EACWSE

No

ECX

                5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Bonga

EACWSE

No

ECX

                2,500

               1,000

hollow block

Oromiya

Gambella

EGTE

Yes

Kidane Ehil Negid

                2,500

               1,000

hollow block

Oromiya

Jimma

EACWSE

Yes

 

              10,000

               4,200

hollow block

Oromiya

Jimma

EACWSE

Yes

 

                5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Metu

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Oromiya

Asendabo

EGTE

No

 

                          -  

   

Oromiya

Bedele

EACWSE

Yes

 

                5,000

               2,100

 

Oromiya

Shashmen

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

              10,000

               4,200

 

Oromiya

Shashmen

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               5,000

               2,100

 

Oromiya

Shashmen

EGTE

Yes

Ethio-TELECOM

             10,000

               4,200

 

Oromiya

Aeaje

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               5,000

              2,100

 

Oromiya

Arisi Negele

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

              10,000

              4,200

 

SNNP

Alaba

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               5,000

               2,100

 

Oromiya

Meki

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                5,000

               2,100

 

Oromiya

Zeway

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                5,000

               2,100

 

SNNP

Hossana

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               2,800

              1,000

 

SNNP

Hossana

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               5,000

               2,100

 

SNNP

Hossana

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                  500

 

corrugated iron sheet

SNNP

Wolayita

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

             5,000

               2,100

 

SNNP

Wolayita

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                5,000

               2,100

 

SNNP

Hawassa

EACWSE

No

ECX

                5,000

               2,100

 

SNNP

Dilla

EACWSE

No

ECX

                5,000

              2,100

 

SNNP

Hawassa

EGTE

Yes

 

                          -  

   

Oromiya

Yabello

EGTE

Yes

 

                          -  

   

Oromiya

Hageremariam

EGTE

Yes

 

                          -  

   

SNNP

Hadiya

EGTE

Yes

 

                          -  

   

Tigray

Mekelle

EGTE

Yes

EGTE/WFP

               5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Tigray

Mekelle

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                5,000

              2,100

hollow block

Tigray

Humera

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               1,500

                  750

hollow block

Tigray

Humera

EACWSE

Yes

EGTE

              10,000

               4,200

hollow block

Tigray

Humera

EACWSE

Yes

EGTE

               5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Tigray

Humera

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

               5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Tigray

Qobo

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                2,500

               1,000

hollow block

Tigray

Alamata

EGTE

Yes

EGTE

                   500

 

hollow block

Tigray

Shiraro

EACWSE

Yes

EGTE

               5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Tigray

Dansha

EACWSE

Yes

 

              10,000

               4,200

hollow block

Tigray

Maichew

EGTE

Yes

 

                          -  

   

Amhara

Dessie

 

Yes

EGTE

               2,500

               1,000

hollow block

Amhara

Dessie

 

Yes

EGTE

               2,500

               1,000

hollow block

Amhara

Dessie

 

Yes

EGTE

                5,000

              2,100

hollow block

Amhara

Dessie

 

Yes

Agricultural
 input supplies

               1,500

                       750

hollow block

Amhara

Ataye

 

Yes

EGET

               5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Amhara

Ataye

 

Yes

EGTE

                   500

 

hollow block

Amhara

Ataye

 

Yes

Church

                         80

 

hollow block

Amhara

Shewa Robit

 

Yes

EGTE

                          -  

 

hollow block

Amhara

Shewa Robit

 

Yes

EGTE

               5,000

               2,100

hollow block

Amhara

Shewa Robit

 

Yes

 

                          -  

 

hollow block

Amhara

Komblcha

 

Yes

 

              10,000

               4,200

hollow block

Amhara

Dubtie

 

Yes

 

                          -  

   

Amhara

Asayita

 

Yes

 

                          -  

   

Dire Dawa

Dire Dawa

EFSRA

Yes

EDRMC

             12,000

   

Oromiya

Nazareth

EFSRA

Yes

EDRMC

              65,000

 

hollow block

Oromiya

Nazareth

EFSRA

Yes

EFSRA

             35,000

 

hollow block

Oromiya

Nazareth

EFSRA

Yes

WFP/NDRMC

            16,000

 

hollow block

Oromiya

Nazareth

NDRMC

Yes

EDRMC

               3,600

               1,500

Rub Hall

Oromiya

Nazareth

EFSRA

Yes

EDRMC

              10,500

               4,500

hollow block

Amhara

Kombolcha

Private and GOV

Yes

EDRMC

              41,000

   

Amhara

Kombolcha

EFSRA

Yes

EFSRA

             96,500

   

Tigray

Mekelle

EFSRA

Yes

EDRMC

               5,000

2100

 

Tigray

Mekelle

EFSRA

Yes

EFSRA

              95,000

   

Somali

Shinile

EFSRA

Yes

EFSRA

            100,000

   

Addis Ababa

Baratore (berbere Tera)

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                   111

 

Stone

Addis Ababa

General goods & Commodities Store 1

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                3,680

               1,500

Stone

Addis Ababa

General goods & Commodities Store 1

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

               1,423

                       750

Stone

Addis Ababa

General goods & Commodities Store 2

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

               7,582

               3,500

Stone

Addis Ababa

General goods & Commodities Store 3&4

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,863

 

Stone

Addis Ababa

General goods & Commodities Store 5

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

               4,285

 

Stone

Addis Ababa

General goods & Commodities Store 6

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                4,145

 

Stone

Addis Ababa

General goods & Commodities Store 7

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,222

                       520

corrugated iron sheet

Addis Ababa

General goods & Commodities Store 8

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

               4,800

              2,600

corrugated iron sheet

Addis Ababa

Abnet Branch

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                   472

 

corrugated iron sheet

Addis Ababa

Ferensay Branch

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                2,508

               1,000

corrugated iron sheet

Addis Ababa

Tor Hailoch

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                2,508

              1,000

corrugated iron sheet

Addis Ababa

Kolfe 1

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                2,508

               1,000

corrugated iron sheet

Addis Ababa

Kolfe 2

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

               3,527

               1,500

hollow block

Addis Ababa

Kality 1

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                   700

 

hollow block

Addis Ababa

Kality 2

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                6,000

               3,000

hollow block

Addis Ababa

Kality 3

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                4,000

               1,600

hollow block

Addis Ababa

Kality 4

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                4,000

               1,600

hollow block

Addis Ababa

Kality 5

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

              2,500

              1,000

hollow block

Addis Ababa

Kality 6

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                2,500

              1,000

hollow block

Addis Ababa

Ethio Sidar 1

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                3,000

              1,500

hollow block

Addis Ababa

Ethio Sidar 2

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                  818

 

hollow block

Addis Ababa

Ethio Sidar 3

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                  480

 

hollow block

Addis Ababa

Ethio Sidar 4

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                   344

 

hollow block

Tigray

Mekelle

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

               3,220

              1,500

hollow block

Afar

Dubti

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,867

 

hollow block

Afar

Assayita

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,137

                       500

hollow block

Amhara

Mekane Selam

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,902

 

hollow block

Afar

Melka Sedi

MEWIT

Yes

Empty

                1,867

 

hollow block

Amhara

Kombolcha Depot

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

              14,000

 

hollow block

Amhara

Kombolcha

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,867

 

hollow block

Amhara

Debre Tabor

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

               1,867

 

hollow block

Amhara

Alem Ketema

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,867

 

hollow block

Amhara

Dangla

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                   480

 

hollow block

Amhara

Finote Sellam

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                   504

 

Stone

Amhara

Dabat

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

               1,480

                       750

corrugated iron sheet

Amhara

Gondar 1

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,545

                       750

hollow block

Amhara

Gondar 2

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,090

                       500

hollow block

Amhara

Chagni

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,485

                       750

hollow block

Oromiya

Hirna

MEWIT

No

Rented

                1,867

 

hollow block

Amhara

Debre Markos

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,636

                       750

hollow block

Amhara

Bichena

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,867

 

hollow block

Amhara

Dejen

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

               1,417

                       740

hollow block

Amhara

Mota

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,867

 

hollow block

Amhara

Addis Zemen

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,867

 

hollow block

Amhara

Debre Berhan

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,321

                       730

Wood

Amhara

Mehal Meda

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                   580

 

hollow block

Amhara

Were Illu

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,867

 

hollow block

Amhara

Woldia

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                3,220

               1,500

hollow block

Oromiya

Ambo

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,050

                       500

hollow block

Oromiya

Woliso

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                4,719

              2,000

hollow block

Oromiya

Shambu

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,769

 

hollow block

Oromiya

Nekemt

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                3,095

               1,500

hollow block

Oromiya

Bedele

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,749

 

hollow block

Oromiya

Dembi Dolo

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,749

 

hollow block

Oromiya

Metu 1

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

               1,485

                       750

corrugated iron sheet

Oromiya

Metu 2

MEWIT

No

Rented

                   346

 

hollow block

Oromiya

Asela

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                3,220

               1,500

hollow block

Oromiya

Bishoftu

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,867

 

hollow block

Oromiya

Ziway

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,485

                       750

hollow block

Oromiya

Abomsa

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,867

 

hollow block

Oromiya

Arsi Robe

MEWIT

No

Empty

                1,867

 

hollow block

Oromiya

Akaki

MEWIT

No

Rented

                1,867

 

corrugated iron sheet

Oromiya

Jimma 1

MEWIT

No

Rented

                   696

 

corrugated iron sheet

Oromiya

Jimma 2

MEWIT

No

Rented

                1,749

 

hollow block

Oromiya

Shashemene 1

MEWIT

No

Rented

                3,298

               1,500

hollow block

Oromiya

Shashemene 2

MEWIT

No

Rented

                3,208

               1,500

hollow block

Oromiya

Shashemene 3

MEWIT

No

Rented

                3,220

               1,500

hollow block

Oromiya

Shashemene 4

MEWIT

No

Rented

                3,220

               1,500

hollow block

Oromiya

Shashemene 5

MEWIT

No

Rented

                4,000

               1,800

hollow block

Oromiya

Goba

MEWIT

No

Rented

               3,220

               1,500

hollow block

Oromiya

Adola

MEWIT

No

Rented

                1,485

                       750

hollow block

Oromiya

Negele Borena

MEWIT

No

Rented

                1,471

                       750

corrugated iron sheet

Oromiya

Asebe Teferi 1

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                   404

 

corrugated iron sheet

Oromiya

Asebe Teferi 2

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                   374

 

corrugated iron sheet

Oromiya

Asebe Teferi 3

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                   374

 

hollow block

Oromiya

Yabelo

MEWIT

Yes

Rented

                1,485

                       750

hollow block

Dire Dawa

Dire Dawa

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

               1,517

                       750

corrugated iron sheet

Dire Dawa

Dire Dawa 1

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                   257

 

hollow block

Dire Dawa

Dire Dawa 2

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                3,439

               1,500

hollow block

Somali

Jijiga 1

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,485

                       750

hollow block

Somali

Jijiga 2

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,485

                       750

hollow block

Benishangul Gumuz

Assossa

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,472

                       750

hollow block

Gambela

Gambela

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,867

 

hollow block

Oromiya

Gursum

MEWIT

No

Empty

                1,867

 

hollow block

Oromiya

Bekoji

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,867

 

hollow block

Oromiya

Fiche

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,485

                       750

hollow block

Oromiya

Bako

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,867

 

hollow block

Harar

Harar

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,867

 

hollow block

SNNP

Tepi

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,867

 

hollow block

SNNP

Mizan Teferi

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

               1,471

                       750

hollow block

SNNP

Butajira

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

               1,867

 

hollow block

SNNP

Hossaena

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

               1,472

                       750

hollow block

SNNP

Alaba Kulito

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,867

 

hollow block

SNNP

Wolaita 1

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,485

                       750

corrugated iron sheet

SNNP

Wolaita 2

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                   632

 

hollow block

SNNP

Arba Minch

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

               1,471

                       750

hollow block

SNNP

Jinka

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,485

                       750

hollow block

SNNP

Sawla

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,007

                       500

hollow block

SNNP

Dila 1

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,220

                       600

corrugated iron sheet

SNNP

Dila 2

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                   371

 

Stone

SNNP

Dila 3

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                   455

 

hollow block

SNNP

Dila 4

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

 -

 

hollow block

SNNP

Yirga Chefe

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

               1,867

 

hollow block

SNNP

Chencha

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                1,053

                       500

hollow block

Oromiya

Dodola

MEWIT

Yes

MEWIT

                2,000

                       800

hollow block

Amhara

Epheson

MEWIT

No

Not functioning

                2,000

                       800

hollow block

Oromiya

Gelemso

MEWIT

No

Not functioning

                1,867

 

hollow block

Somali

Degehabur

MEWIT

No

Not functioning

                1,500

                       750

hollow block

Somali

Kebridehar

MEWIT

No

Not functioning

                1,500

                       750

hollow block

Somali

Kelafo

MEWIT

No

Not functioning

                1,500

                       750

hollow block

Somali

Warder

MEWIT

No

Not functioning

                1,500

                       750

hollow block

Somali

Gode

MEWIT

No

Not functioning

                1,500

                       750

Stone

Dire Dawa

Dire Dawa Cusrum

MEWIT

No

Empty

                          -  

 

hollow block

Oromiya

Arjo

MEWIT

No

Not functioning

                2,000

 

hollow block

Oromiya

Ginir

MEWIT

No

Not functioning

                2,000

                       800

hollow block

Amhara

Aykel

MEWIT

No

Not functioning

                2,000

                       800

hollow block

Oromiya

Limu Genet

MEWIT

No

Rented

                1,867

 

hollow block

Oromiya

Grawa

MEWIT

No

Rented

                1,867

 

hollow block

 

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

[2] Warehouse Access: Raised-siding, flat

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

EDRMC warehouses

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EDRMC has a total of 8 warehouses in Ethiopia, which comprises of 90 stores with a total capacity of 423,950 MT

Out of the 90 stores of the commission, 23 are being used by partners (WFP, CRS, FH, ORDA, Busa Gonofa Oromia, and ETBC)

(Source EDRMC)

Storage space used by the 3 main Humanitarian food Operators

Summary (in mt food and NFI)

Region

Organization

 

WFP

JEOP/CRS

EDRMC

 

Owned

Leased

Owned

Leased

 

Addis Ababa

-

10,000

-

Nil

-

Amhara

-

31,225

2,400

67,450

132,850

Tigray

-

48,932

-

95887

45,000

Afar

1000

32,000

-

-

-

Somali

72,100

-

-

-

32,600

Oromiya

-

155,284

13,637

159,658

138,000

Dire Dawa

-

110,040

5,200

54,834

24,000

B/Gumuz

-

9,161

-

-

-

Gambela

6,500

2,800

-

-

-

SNNP

 

 

-

74,662

51,500

Sub total

79,600

399,442

21,237

452,491

 

Grand total

479,042

473,729

423,950

Detailed table

Region

Town

Ministry / Agency

Use Possibility

Name of Lessee/user

 Capacity (mt)

 Area (m2)

Type [1]

Tigray

Mekele

EGTE

Yes

WFP

                 5,000

2,000

Concrete

Tigray

Mekele

Lionset Tech PLC

Yes

WFP

2,700

835

Concrete

Tigray

Mekele

G/Ziasbeh Melese

Yes

WFP

3,112

1,600

Concrete

Tigray

Mekele

Daniel Dawit

Yes

WFP

3,120

2,079

Concrete

Tigray

Mekele

Bureau of Agri

Yes

WFP

32,000

16,800

Concrete

Tigray

Shire

Abera Tewolde

Yes

WFP

1,200

900

Concrete

Tigray

Shire

Tilahun Negash

Yes

WFP

1,200

900

Concrete

Tigray

Shire

Darge Kasaye

Yes

WFP

1800

1,177

Concrete

Amhara

Kombolcha

Negedaras PLC

Yes

WFP

               3,700

 

Concrete

Amhara

Gondar

Agya PLC 1

Yes

WFP

2,754

1,500

Concrete

Amhara

Gondar

Agya PLC 2

Yes

WFP

2,203

1,200

Concrete

Amhara

Gondar

Amsalu Import 1

Yes

WFP

4,590

2,500

Concrete

Amhara

Gondar

Amsalu Import 2

Yes

WFP

3,213

1,750

Concrete

Amhara

Gondar

Tarkio Berhan 1

Yes

WFP

4,300

2300

Concrete

Amhara

Gondar

Tarkio Berhan 2

Yes

WFP

4,957

2,700

Concrete

Amhara

Gondar

G/selassie

Yes

WFP

5,508

3,00

Concrete

Oromiya

Nazareth

Legesse Worku

Yes

WFP

               3,293.15

 

Concrete

Oromiya

Nazareth

Amina Ahmedin

Yes

WFP

5,551

3,375

Concrete

 

Oromiya

Nazareth

Alemayu Yiffa

Yes

WFP

5835

3,547

Concrete

 

Oromiya

Nazareth

Shumondi TlMariam

Yes

WFP

6,393

3,825

Concrete

 

Oromiya

Nazareth

Ahmed Bashir 1

Yes

WFP

19,739

12,000

Concrete

 

Oromiya

Nazareth

Ahmed Bashir 2

Yes

WFP

6,579

4,00

Concrete

 

Oromiya

Nazareth

Ahmed Bashir 3

Yes

WFP

6,464

3930

Concrete

 

Oromiya

Nazareth

Makiya Mo/med

Yes

WFP

7,272

5316

Concrete

 

Oromiya

Nazareth

Kiyar Redi

Yes

WFP

8,710

4,432

Concrete

 

Oromiya

Nazareth

Zuriash Denbi 1, 2

Yes

WFP

14,146

8,600

Concrete

 

Oromiya

Nazareth

Zuriash Denbi 3,4

Yes

WFP

10938

6,650

Concrete

 

Oromiya

Nazareth

M/med Ibrahim 1,2

Yes

WFP

13,159

8,000

Concrete

 

Oromiya

Nazareth

Abrehem Abebe

Yes

WFP

14,327

8,710

Concrete

 

Oromiya

Nazareth

Nur Sultan

Yes

WFP

32,878

20,000

Concrete

 

Dire Dawa

Dire Dawa

USRA Trading

Yes

WFP

12,700

4306

Concrete

 

Dire Dawa

Dire Dawa

IPDC

Yes

WFP

38,000

16,500

Concrete

 

Dire Dawa

Dire Dawa

IPDC

Yes

WFP

25,840

11,000

Concrete

 

Dire Dawa

Dire Dawa

Seid Yasin

Yes

WFP

14,600

5,400

Concrete

 

Dire Dawa

Dire Dawa

Mohammed Abdulahi

Yes

WFP

10,000

3,600

Concrete

 

Dire Dawa

Dire Dawa

Birra Coffee

Yes

WFP

8,900

3200

Concrete

 

Somali

Jijiga

WFP

Yes

WFP

                 40,500

                 10,800

Concrete

 

Addis Ababa

Addis Ababa

Comma PLC

Yes

WFP

        5000      

1800

Concrete

 

Addis Ababa

Nefas silk

EGTE

Yes

WFP

5000

1800

Concrete

 

Somali

Degehabur

 

Yes

WFP

                   3,000

  1,500

Concrete

 

Somali

Warder

 

Yes

WFP

                   3,000

  1,500

Concrete

 

Somali

Kabridahar

WFP

Yes

WFP

                   7,900

  5440     

Concrete

 

Somali

Dolo

 

Yes

WFP

2,850

 

 

Somali

Hartishek

 

Yes

WFP

15.00

 

 

Gambela

Gambela

DPFSA

Yes

WFP

                       1800

1050

Concrete

 

Gambela

Gambela

WFP

Yes

WFP

6500

 

Concrete

 

Gambela

Gambela

Ethiopian Airlines

Yes

WFP

1050

960

Open space

B/Gumuz

Assosa

Ethioipan Full Gospel Church

Yes

WFP

9160

 

 

Oromiya

Nazareth

 

Yes

CRS

173,295

 

 

Dire Dawa

Dire Dawa

 

Yes

CRS

60.034

 

 

Amhara

Kombolcha

 

Yes

CRS

69,850

 

 

Tigray

Mekele

 

Yes

CRS

95,887

 

 

SNNP

Hawassa

 

Yes

CRS

74,662

 

 

                 

Additionally, 75 Mobile Storage Units (MSUs) all 10 x32 have been donated to EDRMC in Amhara and Oromiya to increase the storage capacity.

Storage capacities used by other Humanitarian agencies

Region

Town

Owner/Ministry / Agency

Name of Lessee/user

 Capacity(my)

 Area (m2)

Type

Addis Ababa

Addis Ababa

Concern World Wide (CWW)

CWW

394.72

835.88

Concrete

Addis Ababa

Addis Ababa

CWW

CWW

394.72

835.88

concrete

Addis Ababa

Addis Ababa

CWW

CWW

33.05

70

Concrete

Addis Ababa

Addis Ababa

CWW

CWW

40.14

85

Concrete

Addis Ababa

Addis Ababa

IRC

IRC

903.804

273.88

Concrete

Somali

Jijiga

Abdifetah Ibrahim

CWW

5.66

12

Concrete

Somali

Jijiga

IRC

IRC

280.92

55.15

Temporary ( iron sheet)

Somali

Awbare

IRC

IRC

91.2

24

Temporary ( iron sheet)

Somali

Melkadida

IRC

IRC

48

16

 

Somali

Haleweyn

IRC

IRC

1170

234

 

Amhara

Kombolcha

Seyid ali

CWW

493.71

1045.5

Concrete

Amhara

Gondar

Lemlem Birhan

CWW

21.25

45

Concrete

Oromia

Adama

IRC

IRC

20,057

1714.305

Concrete  

Oromia

Harar

IRC

IRC

75.316

20

 

Benshangul Gumuz

Assosa-1

IRC

IRC

430.24

166.12

Temporary ( iron sheet)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Benshangul Gumuz

Bambassi

IRC

IRC

420

100

Temporary ( iron sheet)

Benshangul Gumuz

Tsore

IRC

IRC

608

160

Temporary ( iron sheet)

Benshangul Gumuz

Sherkole

IRC

IRC

642.6

153

Temporary ( iron sheet)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bollore Ethiopia/Africa Global Logistics Ethiopia

Bollore Ethiopia has changed the name to Africa Global Logistics (AGL). The company has warehouse in Addis Ababa and Hawassa, for rental.
AGL storage capacity

No

Warehouse Locations

City

Capacity m2

Focal person and contact

1

https://maps.app.goo.gl/VF7cV9xQY9KKZR8n9  

Addis Ababa

3900 SQM indoor and 2100 SQM outdoor

Tamrat Adem  0913724673 tamrat.adem@aglgroup.com

2

https://maps.app.goo.gl/KDqwjTrT1m7rUyc47

Hawassa

1500SQM indoor and 3500 SQM outdoor

Abel Mesfin 0911194920 abel.teklebirhan@aglgroup.com

3

https://goo.gl/maps/SU4PkXYsvbsetHbD7

Addis Ababa

1300 SQM indoor

Tewodros Kassa 0911886406 tewodros.kassa@aglgroup.com

4

https://goo.gl/maps/QXX2apLA16h87vTn7

Addis Ababa

1500 SQM indoor

Tewodros Solomon 0946649877 tewodros.solomon@aglgroup.com

Cold Chain

Ethiopia the second most populous country in sub–Saharan Africa is expanding its health service coverage, currently reaches over 93% of the population. The Ethiopian Pharmaceuticals[AM1]  Supply Agency (EPSA), formerly known as Pharmaceuticals Fund and Supply Agency (PFSA), is a governmental pharmaceuticals supply agency established by proclamation number 553/2007 with a mission to supply quality assured pharmaceuticals to public health facilities at an affordable price in a sustainable manner. Ethiopian Pharmaceutical Supply Agency ( EPSA) the lead in cold chain storage, developed the Second Pharmaceuticals Supply Transformation Plan 2020/21 – 2029/30 (PSTP II) in alignment with the Second Health Sector Transformation Plan (HSTP II). In this strategic plan, the Agency has envisioned to be ―The most responsive and efficient pharmaceuticals supply chain organization in Africa by 2030‖ through the achievement of excellence in the areas of customer service, operations, financial sustainability, and leadership, governance, and human resource management. The Agency has contributed its part for the achievements made in the health sector in the management of both communicable and non-communicable diseases. In addition to the regular supply chain management activities, the Agency has also been playing critical roles in responding to public health emergencies including during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Agency installed 1800m3 new cold chain warehouses at Head Office and Addis Ababa hub 2.

PSTP-II-fina-ASK..pdf (epss.gov.et)

Location/ Region

Organization / Owner

Type [1]

Cooling /  Power [2]

Quantity

Total Capacity

(m³)

Condition

A.A Urael

     

6

240

 

A.A Urael

 

Freezer room

 

1

45

 

A.A PFSA (Gulele)

     

3

856

 

Dukem

     

2

62

 

Adama

     

5

155

 

Asebe teferi

     

1

32

 

Jimma

     

2

64

 

Nekemt

     

1

30

 

Bahir dar

     

2

62

 

Dessie

     

1

32

 

Hawassa

     

2

62

 

Bonga

     

1

31

 

Mekele

     

2

60

 

Dire dawa

     

1

30

 

Semera

     

1

30

 

Asosa

     

1

30

 

Jijiga

     

1

31

 

Gode

     

1

30

 

 


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

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

Ethiopian Airlines Cold Room Facility

Facility

Temperature

Capacity

Area

Export and Transit Pharma

 

+15OC to +25OC

 

8,327m3

 

 

Export and Transit Pharma

 

+2OC to +8OC

 

1,270m3

 

 

Import Storage

 

+15OC to +25OC

 

2,337m3

 

 

Import and Transit Pharma Handling

 

 

-25OC

 

130 m2

 

Import Storage

 

+2OC to +8OC

1,683m3

 

 

Perishable ULD Storage

 

+2OC to +8OC

404 ULD's

41,612m3

 

 

ETCT-1 terminal cold storage

-200C deep freezer

449 m3

112.26 m2

 

 

 

 

Ethiopia - 2.7 Ethiopia Milling Assessment

An assessment on milling facilities was conducted in June 2023, throughout the country, to obtain information on milling capacities, the locations and coordinates. About 81 mills were assessed throughout the country covering the different regions.  

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Below is a detailed table on the assessed milling factories. 

Milling Companies and Locations 

No. 

Region 

Location 

Factory name 

Capacity (mt) 

Coordinates 

Dire Dawa 

Dire Dawa 

Dire Dawa Food Complex  

6.6mt/hr 

9.608127,41.864092  

Dire Dawa 

Dire Dawa 

Free Flour Factory  

0.83mt/hr 

9.622769, 41.803764 

Dire Dawa 

Dire Dawa 

Hire Flour Factory  

1.5mt/hr 

9.623874, 41.802250 

Dire Dawa 

Dire Dawa 

Ummi Flour Factory 

1.75mt/hr 

9.623727, 41.806737 

Dire Dawa 

Dire Dawa 

Urji Flour Factory  

2.58mt/hr 

9.623811, 41.816527 

Dire Dawa 

Dire Dawa 

Harar Flour Factory  

0.416mt/hr 

9.611011,41.865613 

Dire Dawa 

Dire Dawa 

Harun Flour Factory 

1.66mt/hr 

9.617280,41.862067 

Dire Dawa 

Dire Dawa 

Mussa Elmi Flour Factory (aka Nur Flour Factory) 

2.58mt/hr 

9.612015,41.865371 

Harar 

Harar 

Niya Flour Factory   

0.833mt/hr 

9.406996, 41.968674 

10 

Harar 

Harar 

Keneni Flour Factory  

4.3mt/hr 

9.334171,42.089270 

11 

Somali 

Jijiga 

Hope Flour Factory 

2.5mt/hr 

9.345536,42.773411 

12 

Somali 

Jijiga 

Liban Flour Factory 

Unknown 

9.34746, 42.772059 

13 

Somali 

Gode 

Farjano Flour Factory 

1.5mt/hr 

5.958199, 43.567487 

14 

Somali 

Dollo Ado 

Unknown 

Unknown 

N 4°11'48.23952" E 42°2'41.95356"  

15 

Somali 

Dollo Ado 

Unknown 

Unknown 

N 4°11'51.0612" E 42°2'39.96132" 

16 

Somali 

Dollo Ado 

Unknown 

Unknown 

N 4°11'49.10028" E 42°2'42.30168" 

17 

Amhara 

Kombolcha/ Dessie 

Arhibu Flour Factory 

1.5mt/hr 

N 11°4'55.91064"  E 39°43'39.84708"     

18 

Amhara 

Kombolcha/ Dessie 

Flower Flour Factory 

1.5mt/hr 

N 11°5'3.5844" E 39°43'32.84544" 

19 

Amhara 

Kombolcha/ Dessie 

Kenean Flour Factory PLC. 

2.5mt/hr 

N 11°5'36.93048" E 39°36'2.90088" 

20 

Amhara 

Kombolcha/ Dessie 

Kider and Family flour production PLC. 

3.4mt/hr 

N 11°5'38.73156" E 39°36'4.25556" 

21 

Amhara 

Kombolcha/ Dessie 

Rassa Guba Flour and Biscut Factory 

3mt/hr 

N 11°4'59.511" E 39°41'58.54092" 

22 

Amhara 

Gondar 

Masdes PLC 

100mt/day 

12°32'45.908"N 37°25'54.230"E 

23 

Amhara 

Gondar 

Belay Flour Factory 

92mt/day 

12°32'44.756"N 37°25'51.908"E 

24 

Amhara 

Gondar 

Zembaba Trade PLC 

62mt/day 

12°32'39.908"N 37°26'17.827"E 

25 

Amhara 

Gondar 

Jan Tekel Flour Factory 

84mt/day 

12°32'44.427"N 37° 25'48.41"E 

26 

Amhara 

Gondar 

Demaza Flour Factory 

42mt/day 

2°34'42.772"N 37°26'1.261"E 

27 

Amhara 

Gondar 

Habesha Flour Factory 

15mt/day 

12°30'25.160"N 37°26'28.065"E 

27 

Amhara 

Gondar 

Dogaw Trading 

50mt/day 

12°32'49.533"N 37°25'55.112"E 

29 

Amhara 

Bahir Dar 

Unique Flour and Macaroni Factory 

88mt/day 

11°34'47.448"N 37°21'18.857"E 

30 

Amhara 

Bahir Dar 

Bereket Flour Factory 

30mt/day 

°34'54.595"N 37°21'18.911"E 

31 

Amhara 

Bahir Dar 

Ghion Flour Factory 

62mt/day 

11°34'31.480"N 37°21'22.972"E 

32 

Amhara 

Bahir Dar 

Zenbaba Flour Factory 

42mt/day 

11°34'28'670"N 37°21'24.251"E 

33 

Amhara 

Bahir Dar 

Enat Food Complex 

70mt/day 

11°34'30.083"N 37°20'49.686"E 

34 

Amhara 

Bahir Dar 

Martha 

82mt/day 

11°34'11.960"N 37°21'30.296"E 

35 

Amhara 

Bahir Dar 

Abay and Tana flour factory 

65mt/day 

11°34'33.760"N 37°20'42.581"E 

36 

Amhara 

Bahir Dar 

Abnae food complex PLC 

15mt/day 

11°34'48.619"N 37°21'90.984"E 

37 

Amhara 

Bahir Dar 

Tana Hayek 

15mt/day 

11°34'59.363"N 37°21'13.457"E 

38 

Amhara 

Bahir Dar 

Abay Flour Factory 

39mt/day 

11°34'39.728"N 37°20'55.091"E 

39 

Amhara 

Bahir Dar 

Choice flour factory 

82mt/day 

11°34'52.44" N 37°21'90.810"E 

40 

Amhara 

Bahir Dar 

Top Flour factory 

82mt/day 

11°34'35.018"N 37°21'50.373"E 

41 

Amhara 

Bahir Dar 

Loza Flour Factory 

120mt/day 

11°34'33.27"N 37°21'40.837"E 

42 

Amhara 

Bahir Dar 

Chis Abay 

42mt/day 

11°34'34.766"N 37°20'59.884"E 

43 

Oromia 

Adama 

FANA 

120mt/day 

8.555455, 39.252651 

44 

Oromia 

Adama 

Tegem Food Complex 

62mt/day 

8.511381, 39.234166 

45 

Oromia 

Adama 

NEST Food Complex 

112 mt/day 

8.512142, 39.243231 

46 

Oromia 

Adama 

Asebot Food Complex 

82 mt/day 

8.512076, 39.267686 

47 

Oromia 

Adama 

Fikir Food Processing 

150mt/day 

8.511985, 39.268364 

48 

Oromia 

Adama 

Rediet Food Complex 

112mt/day 

8.554006, 39.253732 

49 

Oromia 

Adama 

Fenet Food Complex 

50mt/day 

8.545363, 39.252422 

50 

Oromia 

Adama 

Alhinan Food Complex 

112mt/day 

8.433641, 39.323194 

51 

Oromia 

Adama 

DINA Food Complex 

200 mt/day 

8.433641, 39.323194 

52 

Oromia 

Adama 

Neja Hayredin Food Complex 

60mt/day 

8.388751, 39.331363 

53 

Oromia 

Adama 

Addis Dallas Industries Plc 

82mt/day 

8.388751, 39.331363 

54 

Oromia 

Adama 

Biya Weya Food Complex 

112mt/day 

8.435421, 39.323470 

55 

Oromia 

Adama 

Awfat Food Plc 

130 mt/day 

8.536766, 39.286896 

56 

Oromia 

Adama 

Mana Food Complex  Plc 

140mt/day 

8.546014, 39.274513 

57 

Oromia 

Adama 

Alpha Food Complex Plc 

112mt/day 

8.529249, 39.285052 

58 

Oromia 

Adama 

Mohamed Abubaker (Family)Food Complex  

75mt/day 

8.524810, 39.279263 

59 

Oromia 

Adama 

Bonny Flour Complex 

112mt/day 

8.526988, 39.273492 

60 

Oromia 

Adama 

Bereket Zelalem Flour Mill 

36mt/day 

8.548223, 39.252973 

61 

Oromia 

Adama 

Muzemil Flour Mill 

62mt/day 

8.52734, 39.271314 

62 

Tigray 

Mekelle 

Romanat Flour Factory 

60mt/day 

N 13°31'36.76548" , E 39°28'3.5796" 

63 

Tigray 

Mekelle 

Huda Food Complex 

163mt/day 

N 13°31'39.72576" , E 39°28'2.91396" 

64 

Tigray 

Mekelle 

Weather Flour Factory 

30mt/day 

N 13°31'49.49472" , E 39°28'4.73232" 

65 

Tigray 

Mekelle 

FITG Food Ccomplex 

82mt/day 

N 13°31'58.55016" , E 39°28'8.2632" 

66 

Tigray 

Mekelle 

Senay Flour Factory 

82mt/day 

N 13°31'58.98576" , E 39°28'7.815" 

67 

Tigray 

Mekelle 

Tigray Flour Company 

50mt/day 

N 13°28'38.80668" , E 39°32'35.43792" 

68 

Tigray 

Shire 

Hagona Flour Factory 

5mt/hr 

N 14.1127801, E 38.275655 

69 

Tigray 

Shire 

Adyabo Flour Factory 

5mt/hr 

N 14.114140, E 38.276646 

70 

Tigray 

Shire 

Unknown (around Guna Industrial Park) 

Unknown 

Unknown 

71 

Tigray 

Shire 

Unknown (around Guna Industrial Park) 

Unknown 

Unknown 

72 

Tigray 

Shire 

Unknown (around Guna Industrial Park) 

Unknown 

Unknown 

73 

Tigray 

Shire 

Unknown (around Guna Industrial Park) 

Unknown 

Unknown 

74 

Tigray 

Shire 

Unknown (around Guna Industrial Park) 

Unknown 

Unknown 

75 

Gambella 

Gambella 

Baro Flour Factory 

1.75mt/hr 

8°13'37" N, 34°35'22" E 

76 

Gambella 

Gambella 

ETHIO Special flour factory 

1.88mt/hr 

8° 13' 48" N, 34°35'25" E 

77 

Gambella 

Gambella 

GUR flour factory 

3.88mt/hr 

8°13'18''N, 34°36'29''E 

78 

Gambella 

Gambella 

Lechwe Flour factory 

1.75mt/hr 

8°13'15" N , 34°35'53" E 

78 

Gambella 

Gambella 

Unique flour factory 

2.25mt/hr 

8°16'6''N, 34°35'13''E 

80 

Gambella 

Gambella 

Yassir Food Factory 

1.75mt/hr 

8' 16' 22" N   34 ', 34' 20"E 

81 

Afar 

Semera 

Lucy Fabrica Logia 

1mt/hr 

11.7084833, 40.955178 

Other Milling facilities 

Approximately 250 mills are found in Ethiopia. In recent years Addis Ababa has lost the central function with mills being constructed in other parts of the country. 

For more information on milling company contact details, please see the following link: 4.6 Storage and Milling Companies Contact List.      

East Africa Group (ETH) LTD Anbessa Flour and Pasta Factory    

Company Name and Address 

Contact Names and  Email 

Telephone and  Fax 

East  Africa  Group  (ETH) LTD   Anbessa   Flour   and 

Pasta Factory 

Name:Tewdros Akilileberhan 

Title: Director 

Email: tewdrosab@yahoo.com 

Web: http://www.eastafricanholding.com/ 

Tel 1: +251 11-3711400 

Tel 2: +251 11-3201263 

Fax: +251 11-3727489 

Facilities 

Parking Area Inside Compound (m²) 

n/a 

Drainage 

Good 

Fire Fighting Equipment 

Yes 

Number of Ventilators (screened) 

n/a 

Electricity Load (KVA) 

600 KVA 

Backup Generator(s) 

Yes 

375 KVA 

 

Milling Equipment 

Origin of Machinery 

Year of Mfg 

Year of Installation 

Condition 

Italy (Padova) 

1945 

1945 

Working condition 

Other Equipment or Machinery Installed 

Type of Equipment 

Available 

Number 

Owned 

Comments 

Fortification Feeder 

No 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Bag Cleaning Plant 

No 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Moisture Tester 

Yes 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

De-stoning Plant 

Yes 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Metal Extractor 

Yes 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Staffing 

Number of Full Time Skilled Workers 

42 

Number of Full Time Labourers 

253 

 

Weighbridge 

Number 

60 

Capacity (MT) 

Length (m) 

Type 

Within Compound 

60 

n/a 

n/a 

Building 

 

Length (m) 

Width (m) 

Height (m) 

Building – Wheat Mill 

30 

65 

15 

Building – Maize Mill 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Walls 

Concrete 

Roof 

Metal 

Floor 

Concrete with wood 

 

Pest Control 

Fumigation 

Yes / No  

Frequency 

Weekly / Monthly / Yearly 

Contracted 

Yes / No  

Spraying  

Yes / No  

Frequency 

Weekly / Monthly / Yearly 

Contracted 

Yes / No  

Rodenticides  

Yes / No  

Frequency 

Weekly / Monthly / Yearly 

Contracted 

Yes / No  

Rodent Trapping 

Yes / No  

Frequency 

Weekly / Monthly / Yearly 

Contracted 

Yes / No  

Security  

Security  

Good 

Compound  

Fenced 

Other Comments 

n/a 

 

Access 

Distance from Main Town (km) 

Located in Addis Ababa City 

Travel Time if not Located in Town (hours) 

n/a 

Road Condition to Mill 

Good 

Road Limitations (if any) 

n/a 

Rail Connections 

No 

On the Railway From 

To 

Other Comments 

Milling Capacity  

Commodities 

Daily Capacity (MT) 

Monthly Activity (MT) 

Wheat 

55 

1485 

 

Storage Capacity 

Storage in Metric Tons 

Wheat – Covered (MT) 

Flour – Covered (MT) 

Within the Compound 

Yes 

 

Outside the Compound 

No 

 

Capacity to Blend 

No 

 

Loading & Discharge Rates 

  •  Loading rate=5.5 ETB/MT 

  •  Discharge rate=6.5 ETB/MT 

 

Kokeb Flour & Pasta Factory 

Company Name and Address 

Contact Names and  Email 

Telephone and  Fax 

Kokeb Flour & pasta Factory 

Name: Kiflu Damte 

Title: General Manager 

Email:                                    

Web: 

Tel 1: +251 11-4191525   

Fax: +251 11-4191532 

Facilities 

Parking Area Inside Compound (m²) 

Yes 

Drainage 

Good 

Fire Fighting Equipment 

Yes 

Number of Ventilators (screened) 

Yes 

Partially 

Electricity Load (KVA) 

Unknown 

Backup Generator(s) 

No 

 

Milling Equipment 

Origin of Machinery 

Year of Mfg 

Year of Installation 

Condition 

Czechoslovakia 

1983 

1984 

Working condition 

 

Other Equipment or Machinery Installed 

Type of Equipment 

Available 

Number 

Owned 

Comments 

Fortification Feeder 

No 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Bag Cleaning Plant 

No 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Moisture Tester 

Yes 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

De-stoning Plant 

Yes 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Metal Extractor 

Yes 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Staffing 

Number of Full Time Skilled Workers 

<100 

Number of Full Time Labourers 

134 

 

Weighbridge 

Number 

n/a 

Capacity (MT) 

Length (m) 

Type 

Within Compound 

80 

n/a 

n/a 

Building 

 

Length (m) 

Width (m) 

Height (m) 

Building – Wheat Mill 

50 

13 

20 

Building – Maize Mill 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Walls 

Concrete 

Roof 

Metal 

Floor 

Concrete with wood 

 

Pest Control 

Fumigation 

Yes   

Frequency 

n/a  

Contracted 

n/a  

Spraying  

Yes 

Frequency 

n/a  

Contracted 

n/a  

Rodenticides  

Yes 

Frequency 

n/a  

Contracted 

n/a  

Rodent Trapping 

n/a  

Frequency 

n/a  

Contracted 

n/a  

Security  

Security  

Good 

Compound  

Fenced 

Other Comments 

n/a 

 

Access 

Distance from Main Town (km) 

Located in Addis Ababa Town 

Travel Time if not Located in Town (hours) 

n/a 

Road Condition to Mill 

Good 

Road Limitations (if any) 

n/a 

Rail Connections 

n/a 

On the Railway From 

To 

Other Comments 

Milling Capacity  

Commodities 

Daily Capacity (MT) 

Monthly Activity (MT) 

Wheat 

40 

1200 

 

Storage Capacity 

Storage in Metric Tons 

Wheat – Covered (MT) 

Flour – Covered (MT) 

Within the Compound 

Yes 

 

Outside the Compound 

No 

 

Capacity to Blend 

No 

 

Loading & Discharge Rates 

Loading rate=10 ETB/MT 

Discharge rate=10 ETB/MT                                       

Transport Capacity at Mill 

2 Trucks of each capacity 12 MT 

Astco Food Complex PLC  

Company Name and Address 

Contact Names and Email 

Telephone and Fax 

Astco Food Complex PLC 

Name:Seid Salim 

Title: General Manager 

Email: n/a 

Tel 1: +251 11-4343066 

Fax:  n/a 

Facilities 

Parking Area Inside Compound (m²) 

 

Drainage 

Good 

Fire Fighting Equipment 

Yes 

Number of Ventilators (screened) 

Yes 

Yes, as well as pneumatic transport system 

Electricity Load (KVA) 

450 KVA 

Backup Generator(s) 

 Yes 

450 KVA 

 

Milling Equipment 

Origin of Machinery 

Year of Mfg 

Year of Installation 

Condition 

Switzerland 

2002 

2003 

Good 

 

Other Equipment or Machinery Installed 

Type of Equipment 

Available 

Number 

Owned 

Comments 

Fortification Feeder 

No 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Bag Cleaning Plant 

No 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Moisture Tester 

Yes 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

De-stoning Plant 

Yes 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Metal Extractor 

Yes 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Staffing 

Number of Full Time Skilled Workers 

21 

Number of Full Time Labourers 

34 

 

Weighbridge 

Number 

n/a 

Capacity (MT) 

Length (m) 

Type 

Within Compound 

80 

n/a 

n/a 

 

Building 

 

Length (m) 

Width (m) 

Height (m) 

Building – Wheat Mill 

60 

24 

27 

Building – Maize Mill 

60 

24 

27 

Walls 

Concrete 

Roof 

Metal 

Floor 

Concrete with wood 

 

Pest Control 

Fumigation 

Yes   

Frequency 

n/a  

Contracted 

Yes, Outsourced  

Spraying  

Yes 

Frequency 

n/a  

Contracted 

n/a  

Rodenticides  

Yes 

Frequency 

n/a  

Contracted 

n/a  

Rodent Trapping 

n/a  

Frequency 

n/a  

Contracted 

n/a  

 

Security  

Security  

Good 

Compound  

Fenced 

Other Comments 

n/a 

 

Access 

Distance from Main Town (km) 

n/a 

Travel Time if not Located in Town (hours) 

n/a 

Road Condition to Mill 

Good 

Road Limitations (if any) 

n/a 

Rail Connections 

Yes 

On the Railway From 

To 

Other Comments 

 

Milling Capacity  

Commodities 

Daily Capacity (mt) 

Monthly Activity (mt) 

Wheat 

110 

2860 

Maize 

10 

260 

 

Storage Capacity 

Storage in Metric Tons 

Wheat – Covered (MT) 

Flour – Covered (MT) 

Within the Compound 

1,000 MT * 5 in steel Silo = 5,000 MT 

 

Outside the Compound 

Concrete 3,500 m2  and 1,500 MT warehouse space 

 

Capacity to Blend 

Yes 

 

Loading & Discharge Rates 

Loading rate =   10 ETB/MT 

Discharge rate = 10 ETB/MT                                       

Transport Capacity at Mill 

No 

Health Care Food Manufacturing PLC 

Company Name and Address 

Contact Names and  Email 

Telephone and  Fax 

  

Health Care Food Manufacturing PLC 

Name:Deresse Kassa 

Title: General Manager 

Email: tewdrosab@yahoo.com 

Web: 

Tel 1: +251 11-4390854 

Tel 2: 

Fax: +251 11-4393940 

Facilities 

Parking Area Inside Compound (m²) 

n/a 

Drainage 

Good 

Fire Fighting Equipment 

Yes 

Number of Ventilators (screened) 

Yes 

Electricity Load (KVA) 

850 KVA 

Backup Generator(s) 

Yes 

650 KVA 

 

Milling Equipment 

Origin of Machinery 

Year of Manifacturing 

Year of Installation 

Condition 

Switzerland, Buhler 

2000 

2006 

Good 

USA 

2002 

2002 

Good 

 

Other Equipment or Machinery Installed 

Type of Equipment 

Available 

Number 

Owned 

Comments 

Fortification Feeder 

Yes 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Bag Cleaning Plant 

No 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Moisture Tester 

Yes 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

De-stoning Plant 

Yes 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Metal Extractor 

Yes 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

 

Building 

 

Length (m) 

Width (m) 

Height (m) 

Building – Wheat Mill 

30 

10 

13 

Building – Maize Mill 

20 

10 

Walls 

Concrete 

Roof 

Metal 

Floor 

Concrete with wood 

 

Pest Control 

Fumigation 

Yes   

Frequency 

n/a  

Contracted 

n/a  

Spraying  

Yes 

Frequency 

n/a  

Contracted 

n/a  

Rodenticides  

Yes 

Frequency 

n/a  

Contracted 

n/a  

Rodent Trapping 

n/a  

Frequency 

n/a  

Contracted 

n/a  

 

Security  

Security  

Good 

Compound  

Fenced 

Other Comments 

n/a 

 

Access 

Distance from Main Town (km) 

Located in Addis Ababa 

Travel Time if not Located in Town (hours) 

n/a 

Road Condition to Mill 

Good 

Road Limitations (if any) 

n/a 

Rail Connections 

No 

On the Railway From 

To 

Other Comments 

 

Milling Capacity  

Commodities 

Daily Capacity (MT) 

Monthly Activity (MT) 

Wheat 

25 MT (50MT) 

625 MT (1250MT) 

 

Storage Capacity 

Storage in Metric Tons 

Wheat – Covered (MT) 

Flour – Covered (MT) 

Within the Compound 

2500 MT 

 

Outside the Compound 

1500 MT 

 

Capacity to Blend 

Yes 

 

Loading & Discharge Rates 

Narrative                         

Transport Capacity at Mill 

No 

Hilina Enriched Food Processing Legetafo 

Company Name and Address 

Contact Names and Email 

Telephone and Fax 

Hilina Enriched Food 

Processing 

Legetafo 

Name: Hilina Belete 

Title: General Manager 

Email:   

Web: 

Tel 1: +251 11-6519909 

Tel 2: +251 11-6519913 

Fax: +251 11-4421252   

Facilities 

Parking Area Inside Compound (m²) 

Yes 

Drainage 

Good 

Fire Fighting Equipment 

Yes 

Number of Ventilators (screened) 

Yes 

Electricity Load (KVA) 

600 KVA 

Backup Generator(s) 

Yes 

600 KVA 

 

Milling Equipment 

Origin of Machinery 

Year of Manifacturing 

Year of Installation 

Condition 

Turkey 

2010 

2010 

Excellent 

 

Other Equipment or Machinery Installed 

Type of Equipment 

Available 

Number 

Owned 

Comments 

Fortification Feeder 

Yes 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Bag Cleaning Plant 

Yes 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Moisture Tester 

Yes 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

De-stoning Plant 

Yes 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Metal Extractor 

Yes 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

 

Staffing 

Number of Full Time Skilled Workers 

52 

Number of Full Time Labourers 

142 

 

 

Building 

 

Length (m) 

Width (m) 

Height (m) 

Building – Wheat Mill 

11 

Building – Maize Mill 

15 

11 

Walls 

Hollow Concrete block 

Roof 

Sheet metal 

Floor 

Concrete with epoxy layer 

 

 

Pest Control 

Fumigation 

Yes   

Frequency 

n/a  

Contracted 

Yes, outsourced 

Spraying  

Yes 

Frequency 

n/a  

Contracted 

n/a 

Rodenticides  

Yes 

Frequency 

n/a  

Contracted 

n/a 

Rodent Trapping 

n/a  

Frequency 

n/a  

Contracted 

n/a 

 

Security  

Security  

Good 

Compound  

Fenced 

Other Comments 

n/a 

 

Access 

Distance from Main Town (km) 

20 km 

Travel Time if not Located in Town (hours) 

0 Minutes 

Road Condition to Mill 

At the time the road was not in good condition 

Road Limitations (if any) 

n/a 

Rail Connections 

No 

On the Railway From 

To 

Other Comments 

Milling Capacity  

Commodities 

Daily Capacity (MT) 

Monthly Activity (MT) 

Wheat 

165 

n/a 

Maize 

700 

n/a 

 

Storage Capacity 

Storage in Metric Tons 

Wheat – Covered (MT) 

Flour – Covered (MT) 

Within the Compound 

Yes 

 

Outside the Compound 

No 

 

 

 

Loading & Discharge Rates 

Loading costs are covered by us.  Client is responsible for unloading                         

Transport Capacity at Mill 

They are offering free transport service with in Addis Ababa for any size of order 

 

Seka Business Group p.l.c Legetafo 

  

Company Name and Address 

Contact Names and Email 

Telephone and Fax 

Seka Business Group p.l.c 

Legetafo 

Name:Temam Abamilk 

Title: General Manager 

Email:                                     

Web: 

Tel 1: +251 11-1571258 

Tel 2: +251 911-884250 

Fax: +251 11-1560185 

Facilities 

Parking Area Inside Compound (m²) 

Yes 

Drainage 

Good 

Fire Fighting Equipment 

Yes 

Number of Ventilators (screened) 

Yes 

Open 

Electricity Load (KVA) 

1150 KVA 

Backup Generator(s) 

Yes 

250 KVA 

 

Milling Equipment 

Origin of Machinery 

Year of Manifacturing 

Year of Installation 

Condition 

China 

2003 

2005 

Good 

 

Other Equipment or Machinery Installed 

Type of Equipment 

Available 

Number 

Owned 

Comments 

Fortification Feeder 

Yes 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Bag Cleaning Plant 

No 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Moisture Tester 

Yes 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

De-stoning Plant 

Yes 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Metal Extractor 

Yes 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Staffing 

Number of Full Time Skilled Workers 

50 

Number of Full Time Labourers 

75 

 

Weighbridge 

Number 

n/a 

Capacity (MT) 

Length (m) 

Type 

Within Compound 

60 

n/a  

n/a  

 

Pest Control 

Fumigation 

Yes   

Frequency 

n/a  

Contracted 

n/a 

Spraying  

Yes 

Frequency 

n/a  

Contracted 

n/a 

Rodenticides  

Yes 

Frequency 

n/a  

Contracted 

n/a 

Rodent Trapping 

 

Frequency 

n/a  

Contracted 

n/a 

Security  

Security  

Good 

Compound  

Fenced 

Other Comments 

 

 

Access 

Distance from Main Town (km) 

20 km 

Travel Time if not Located in Town (hours) 

20 minutes 

Road Condition to Mill 

At the time not good 

Road Limitations (if any) 

 

Rail Connections 

No 

On the Railway From 

To 

Other Comments 

Milling Capacity  

Commodities 

Daily Capacity (MT) 

Monthly Activity (MT) 

Wheat 

70 

1820 

 

Storage Capacity 

Storage in Metric Tons 

Wheat – Covered (MT) 

Flour – Covered (MT) 

Within the Compound 

600 

 

Outside the Compound 

600 

 

Capacity to Blend 

No 

 

Loading & Discharge Rates 

 Loading rate=10 ETB/MT 

 Discharge rate=10 ETB/MT 

Transport Capacity at Mill 

Outsourced  

 Additional milling companies which can process whole wheat include: 

Name 

Milling Capacity (MT) 

Alpha food complex 

100 

Hira Food Complex 

40 

Al Hinan 

120 

DH Geda flour Mill 

120 

Kojj Food complex 

140 

Fana Food Complex 

60 

Dina Food Processing 

180 

Source: WFP Food assessment report October 2022 

 

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. 

 

 

Ethiopia - 3 Ethiopia Services and Supply

Ethiopia is the second most populous country in Africa (120,283,026 in 2020 according to the World Bank)1, is a one-party state with a planned economy. 

Ethiopia is a growing Horn of Africa construction- and services-based economy, with annual GDP growth rate of 5.6% in 2021. In 2022, the real GDO growth fell to 5.3% but remained above East Africa’s average.2 The fall in GDP growth and the rise in inflation to 34% in 2022 result from internal conflict and humanitarian crises, but also macro-economic conjunctures. According to the African Development Bank, the GDP of Ethiopia is projected to grow 5.8% in 2023 and 6.2% in 2024. The industries projected to support this growth include tourism, industry, private consumption and investment, as well as the prospect of liberalizing additional sectors.3 

The agricultural sector remains the largest contributor to Ethiopia’s GDP (37.57%), followed by Services (36.25%) and Industry (21.85%).4 According to the African Development Bank, recent supply-side drivers of growth include industry and services, while demand-side drivers include private consumption and investment.  

Ethiopia - 3.1 Ethiopia Fuel

Overview 

Ethiopia consumes daily one million litres of benzene, 6.5 million litres of diesel and two million litres of jet fuel. The annual kerosene consumption is 260,000 metric tons. The consumption of kerosene is dwindling as the public is using electric stoves instead of kerosene ones. The country has 13 fuel depots in different parts of the country that can store 360,000 cubic meters of petroleum products.    

Local supply (domestic refinery production and imports combined) does meet the needs of the country, especially for aviation and ground fuels. There are some national priorities in the availability of fuel but the local industry can expand the fuel supply to meet the needs of humanitarian organisations. It is also possible for humanitarian organizations to contract a reputable supplier/distributor directly to provide its fuel needs. 

Fuel transactions in Addis Ababa has gone digital in all the gas stations as part of a planned nationwide roll out. The gas stations started implementing mandatory fuel transactions through digital payments electronically through ethio telecom’s platform, telebirr after instructions from the Petroleum and Energy Authority. The platform will offer a seamless and secure payment system that will benefit both customers and fuel stations. This has also created some initial bottlenecks; large ques are seen at the fuel stations because vendors and public are still learning how to use this newly implemented system. https://ethiopianmonitor.com/2023/04/25/gas-stations-in-addis-start-digital-fuel-transactions-ahead-of-nationwide-rollout/ 

For more information on government and fuel provider contact details, please see the following links: 4.1 Government Contact List and 4.7 Fuel Providers Contact List 

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

Energy Pricing 

Energy Pricing Energy pricing policy plays a crucial role in mainstreaming energy markets such that certain preferred energy forms and services could be used in lieu of other less preferred options. Energy production and utilization efficiency, energy transition, access to modern energy services, expansion of renewable energy technologies, carbon neutrality in energy utilization, competition and investment decisions in the energy sector could all be influenced through the application of appropriate pricing instruments. The most desirable pricing policy is to follow market prices whenever the conditions exist for competitive markets. However, market imperfections prevail in energy markets requiring pricing policy interventions to reflect true costs of energy services that internalize financial, economic, social and environmental costs.  

The energy pricing policy instruments allows market mechanisms to play central role if the presence of market imperfections do not obstruct the realization of certain basic energy objectives and principles. It applies basic principles of longer-term cost-effectiveness and financial viability, economic efficiency, income distribution/ social well-being, and sustainable development as main drivers for energy pricing intervention. It Introduces targeted and time-bound subsidies and pricing instruments in areas where market mechanisms fail to promote access to certain energy services for low-income groups, and when certain energy forms fail to compete until bottlenecks are removed. Provides clear signal to energy consumers and producers through pricing mechanisms. Keeps updated pricing information for biomass and other fuels (at key geographic areas). 

The Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia Ministry of Trade and Industry revises the price of fuel every month based on the world market. 

Source ( Ethiopia: Ministry Announces Revised Fuel Prices (2merkato.com) 

Fuel Prices per Litre as of: May 2023  

(local currency and USD - $) 

Petrol  

69.43  ETB 

1.27USD 

Diesel 

71.08 ETB 

1.28 USD 

Paraffin 

 71.08 ETB 

1.28 USD 

Jet A-1 

66.60 ETB  

1.22 USD 

Seasonal Variations  

 The seasonal variations are mostly based on the world market rates. Priorities are therefore given to key bodies like medical ambulance, military, police and firefighting equipment. Rationing is done in locations that are dependent on generators. For the UN, WFP imports bulk fuel which augments supply from the local market. WFP has also prepositioned bulk fuel for its operation in cities with limited supply, this also supports other UN Agencies and International Humanitarian Organizations. 

 

Seasonal Variations 

Are there national priorities in the availability of fuel? (i.e. are there restrictions or priorities for the provision of fuel such as to the military?) 

Yes 

Is there a rationing system? 

No 

Is fuel to lower income / vulnerable groups subsidized? 

No 

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

Yes 

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

Yes 

Fuel Transportation 

 Ethiopia being a landlocked country, its fuel and lubricants imports are through the port of Djibouti and stored in Horizon Djibouti terminal (HDT) This facility has two berths that accommodates 12 fuel tanker trucks loading bay. Road transportation is done from two (2) corridors via Galafi border mille-Awash or Dewele. The major fuel importers are Ethiopian Petroleum Supply Enterprise (EPSE) who does importation for diesel, fuel and kerosene while Ethiopian Airlines Enterprise does aviation fuel.  

Some existing bottleneck in the transportation of fuel is impacted by high port and handling charges, indirect additional transit costs, vehicle operating cost which is caused by fuel levy and in some section of the country poor rood network. Main transportation mode is railway and road. There’s a growing demand against the supply in commercial market. Long queues are regularly seen in most fuel stations across the country including the capital city. This is characterized by shortage of road freight transport capacity in the country. The gradual reduction of fuel subsidy has also seen an upward price change.    

Standards, Quality and Testing 

 The Ethiopian ministry of energy established regulatory body to control fuel adulteration practice. However, consumer have challenges in identifying if fuel quality in the market is within set standards. Ethiopian Standard Authority (ESA) is an agency mandated to conduct fuel quality test. Other companies have acquired own density testing equipment for instance glass hydrometer for streamlining their own internal controls   

 

Industry Control Measures 

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

Yes 

Are there filters in the system which monitor where fuel is loaded into aircraft? 

Yes 

Is there adequate epoxy coating of tanks on trucks? 

n/a 

Is there a presence of suitable firefighting equipment? 

Yes 

 

Standards Authority 

Is there a national or regional standards authority? 

Yes 

If yes, please identify the appropriate national and/or regional authority. 

National: 

Regional: 

If yes, are the standards adequate/properly enforced? 

Yes 

 

Testing Laboratories 

Are there national testing laboratories? 

Yes 

 

 

Fuel Quality Testing Laboratory 

Company 

n/a 

Name  

n/a 

Address 

n/a 

Telephone and Fax 

n/a 

Contact 

n/a 

Standards Used 

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. 

 

Ethiopia - 3.2 Ethiopia Transporters

In Ethiopia there are currently 12,766 cross border vehicles. Of which, 2871 are of 20 – 29.9MT capacity, 710 are of 30 – 34.9 MT capacity, 1,734 are of 35 – 37.9MT capacity and 7,451 are of 38 MT and above capacity. 

The usage age of these vehicles ranges between 0 and 20. Out of the 12,766 total trucks, 5,811 are between 0-10 years, 2,703 are between 10.1 and 15, while 1,860 are between 15.1 and 20 with 2,392 trucks aging 20 years and above. 

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

Below is summary table of transporters available for both inland and overland transportations (source WFP June 2023) 

No 

Name 

Number of trucks 

Capacity 

Focus Area  

Abdirashad Ahmed Local Inland Freight Private Transport 

10.00 

239.95 

Inland 

Abeba Transport Private Limited Company 

15.00 

571.30 

Djibouti 

Abiyot Woltaji (Gambella) 

  

  

Gambella Inland and Overland SS 

Ahmed Hassen Local Inland Freight Private Transport 

9.00 

320.18 

Inland 

Ahmed Yusuf (Boxooshe) local Inland level 4 Freight Private Transport 

8.00 

205.80 

Inland 

Al-Nasri Inland Level 3-B Transport Owners Association 

50.00 

615.73 

Inland 

Asefa Gurmessa 

  

  

Gambella Inland and Overland SS 

Asmamaw Layke Local Inland Freight Private Transport 

18.00 

521.15 

Inland 

Asmamaw Melesse Local Inland Level-4 Freight Private Transport 

10.00 

447.30 

Inland 

10 

Atlantic Local Inland Level 3-B Freight Transport Owners association  

57.00 

1839.90 

Inland 

11 

Awash cross border Level 4 Dry Freight Private Company 

66.00 

2820.60 

Djibouti 

12 

Awel Ansha Agri. Development, Grain Trade & Pvt Cargo Freight Tr. 

34.00 

1306.27 

Inland 

13 

Awsa Dry Freight Service Private Limited Company   

10.00 

158.38 

Inland 

14 

Aynalem Seyoum Level 2 Cross Border Private Transport 

17.00 

637.10 

Djibouti 

15 

Babile Domestic Level 2-B Freight Transport Owners association 

80.00 

1095.57 

Inland 

16 

Bekelcha Transport Share Company 

97.00 

3667.20 

Djibouti 

17 

Bekele Wolde Local inland Level 4  Freight Pvt. Transport 

20.00 

765.00 

Inland 

18 

Berhe Hagos Import Export  

24.00 

904.00 

Djibouti 

19 

Birhan Cross Border Level 2-A Freight Transport Owenrs Association. 

  

7964.74 

Inland 

20 

Bollore Transport and Logistics Ethiopia SC 

  

  

Djibouti 

21 

Chilalo Enterprise PLC 

7.00 

221.21 

Inland 

22 

Dallol Transport and Trade Share Company 

6.00 

226.20 

Djibouti and Inland 

23 

Darul Iman Local inland Level 3B Freight T.O.A 

50.00 

675.61 

Inland 

24 

Dejen Transport and Logistics Share Company 

  

  

Djibouti 

25 

Deyah Local Inland Level 3-B Freight Tranbsport OA 

50.00 

678.45 

Inland 

26 

Edmealem Ejigu Tesema 

49.00 

1879.60 

Djibouti 

27 

Emal trading and Logistics PLC 

10.00 

513.70 

Djibouti 

28 

Emergency Relief Transport Enterprise (ERTE) 

42.00 

1802.90 

Djibouti 

30 

Express Cross Border Level 1 Dry Freight Private Transport 

56.00 

2114.80 

Djibouti 

31 

Fafan Transport and Construction Co. 

13.00 

437.59 

Inland 

32 

Fana Transport and Trading PLC 

2.00 

80.00 

Djibouti 

33 

Fikadu Yilma Azule 

  

  

Gambella Inland and Overland SS 

34 

Gashaw Bishaw Local Inland Freight Private Transport   

15.00 

415.43 

Inland 

35 

Get - As International Pvt.Ltd.Co Tran. Unit 

53.00 

2005.50 

Djibouti 

36 

Global Transport and Trade Share Company 

  

  

Djibouti 

37 

GS trading PLC 

77.00 

3080.00 

Djibouti 

38 

Habtamu Tamene Local Inland Level 4 Freight Private Transport 

12.00 

411.58 

Inland 

39 

Haile Tesfakiros Cross Border L-4 Pvt Freight Tra. 

42.00 

1601.90 

Djibouti 

40 

Hailemariam Mazengia Local Inland Level 4 Private FT 

12.00 

418.45 

Inland 

41 

Hargele Hamole PLC 

25.00 

957.50 

Djibouti 

42 

Hidase Transport and Trade Share Company 

  

  

Djibouti 

43 

Hire Local inland Freight transport Cooperation 

48.00 

591.97 

Inland 

44 

Hodosan Local Inland Level 3-B Freight Transport Owners Association 

56.00 

709.29 

Inland 

45 

Horu Transport and Trade Share Company 

10.00 

385.70 

Djibouti and Inland 

46 

Hossana Freight Transport 

24.00 

920.70 

Inland 

47 

Idil Transport and Trading PLC 

10.00 

345.75 

Inland 

48 

Jet Transport PLC 

  

  

Djibouti 

49 

Jilcha Ketema Weldetsadik 

  

  

Gambella Inland and Overland SS 

50 

Kokeb Transport and Trade Share Company 

  

  

Djibouti 

51 

Loul Riek Jock Freight Transport  

  

  

Gambella Inland and Overland SS 

52 

Lusidle Logistics and Transport PLC 

  

  

Gambella Inland and Overland SS 

53 

Maccfa Freight Logistics Private Limited Company 

14.00 

507.70 

Djibouti 

54 

Medin Fana Transport Logistics and Trade Share Company 

6.00 

229.80 

Djibouti 

55 

Mekonen Seid Private Freight Transport 

18.00 

577.80 

Inland 

56 

Midnimo Local Inland level 3 B Freight Transport Owners Association 

20.00 

  

Inland 

57 

Mohammed Mohamud Abdi level 4 Local Inland Freight transport company 

9.00 

185.35 

Inland 

58 

Mubarak Local Inland Level 3-B Freight Transport OA 

56.00 

689.39 

Inland 

59 

Myseru General Trading PLC 

69.00 

2609.80 

Djibouti and Inland 

60 

Nefas Silk Paints Factory PLC  

105.00 

4289.60 

Djibouti 

61 

Nigat shumiye local grade 4 dry freight private transport 

19.00 

638.21 

Inland 

62 

Nuredin Aliye Freight Transport 

13.00 

428.97 

Inland 

63 

Region 5 Transport and Construction Company 

10.00 

484.25 

Inland 

64 

Sahid Transport  

8.00 

173.96 

Inland 

65 

Selam Cross Border Level 2-A Freight Transport Owners Association 

  

  

Djibouti and Inland 

66 

Semien Transport and Trade Share Company 

  

  

Djibouti 

67 

Shewaye Gebru Transport 

  

  

Gambella Inland and Overland SS 

68 

Shewaye W/mairam Memorial Local Inland Dry Freight Pvt. Transport 

12.00 

426.54 

Inland 

69 

Shikur Abder Local Inland Level 4 Freight Private Transport 

8.00 

147.37 

Inland 

70 

Shikur Abubeker Local Inland Freight Private Transport 

19.00 

725.13 

Inland 

71 

Star Local Inland Transport L-3B Freight Transport A 

31.00 

548.35 

Inland 

72 

Teff Transport Private Limited company 

40.00 

1534.40 

Djibouti and Inland 

73 

TEKHAF Trading Private Limited Company 

36.00 

1359.10 

Djibouti 

74 

Tenagnework Transport 

15.00 

516.41 

Inland 

75 

Tikur Abay Transport PLC 

153.00 

6307.70 

Djibouti and Inland 

76 

Trans-Ethiopia Transport PLC 

  

  

Djibouti 

77 

Tsehay Transport and Trade Share Company 

  

  

Djibouti 

78 

Ugaadah Transportation Company 

8.00 

216.00 

Inland 

79 

Umer Hassen Dry Freight Pvt. Transport 

20.00 

780.14 

Inland 

80 

Yaregal Dereje Zerhun Freight Transport 

26.00 

949.00 

Djibouti 

81 

Yibelu Mosseiewa Private Freight Transport 

25.00 

955.40 

Djibouti 

82 

Yohanes Kebede Local Inland Freight Transport 

10.00 

384.82 

Inland 

83 

YORRAT Level-4 Local Inland freight Private Transport 

10.00 

400.00 

Inland 

 

Medin Cross Border Level-1A Freight Transport Owners Association Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 1A 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

370 in working condition 

16 under maintenance 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

57 

38 MT and > 

335 

Total Capacity 

386 

 

Bright Cross Border Level-1A Freight Transport Owners Association Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 1A 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

236 in working condition 

13 under maintenance 

46 not in service 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

80 

38 MT and > 

205 

Total Capacity 

295 

 

 

Grand United Cross Border Level-1A Freight Transport Owners Association Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 1A 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

18 

348 in working condition 

20 under maintenance 

5 not in service 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

42 

38 MT and > 

304 

Total Capacity 

373 

 

Welel Cross Border Level-1A Freight Transport Owners Association Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 1A 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

24 

304 in working condition 

26 under maintenance 

3 not in service 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

90 

38 MT and > 

215 

Total Capacity 

333 

 

 

Tsehay Cross Border Level-1A Freight Transport Owners Association Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 1A 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

275 in working condition 

16 under maintenance 

5 not in service 

30 – 34.9 MT  

16 

35 – 37.9 MT  

83 

38 MT and > 

236 

Total Capacity 

335 

 

Miraf Cross Border Level-1A Freight Transport Owners Association Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 1A 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

29 

198 in working condition 

18 under maintenance 

5 not in service 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

37 

38 MT and > 

148 

Total Capacity 

221 

 

 

Fetan Cross Border Level-1A Freight Transport Owners Association Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 1A 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

270 in working condition 

3 under maintenance 

19 not in service 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

73 

38 MT and > 

213 

Total Capacity 

292 

 

Kokeb Africa Cross Border Level-1A Freight Transport Owners Association Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 1A 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

223 in working condition 

2 under maintenance 

16 not in service 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

55 

38 MT and > 

174 

Total Capacity 

241 

 

 

Continental Cross Border Level-1A Freight Transport Owners Association Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 1A 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

128 in working condition 

12 under maintenance 

1 not in service 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

40 

38 MT and > 

99 

Total Capacity 

241 

 

Dejen Cross Border Level-1A Freight Transport Owners Association Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 1A 

Capacity 

Number of 

Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

246 in working condition 

10 under maintenance 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

73 

38 MT and > 

182 

Total Capacity 

256 

  

 

Ethiopia Sea Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 1 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

330 in working condition 

17 under maintenance 

2 not in service 

30 – 34.9 MT  

24 

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

317 

Total Capacity 

349 

  

  

Trans Ethiopia Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 1 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

389 working 

44 not in service 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

433 

Total Capacity 

433 

 

  

Derba Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 1 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

All working 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

314 

Total Capacity 

314 

 

  

Tikur Abay P.L.C Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level A 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

152 working trucks 

73 under maintenance 

31 not in service 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

73 

38 MT and > 

179 

Total Capacity 

256 

 

  

Get - As International Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 1 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

All working 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

127 

Total Capacity 

127 

 

  

Bakkalcha Transport Association Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 1 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

127 working trucks 

19 under maintenance 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

146 

Total Capacity 

146 

 

  

Orkid Business Group Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 1 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

103 working trucks 

17 under maintenance 

24 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

144 

Total Capacity 

144 

 

  

Mayseru General Business P.L.C Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 1 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

77 working trucks 

25 under maintenance 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

102 

Total Capacity 

102 

 

  

Haile Tesfakiros Private Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 1 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

13 

157 working trucks 

15 under maintenance 

4 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

24 

38 MT and > 

139 

Total Capacity 

176 

 

  

United Border Crossing Level-2A Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 2A 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

60 

167 working trucks 

43 under maintenance 

33 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

25 

35 – 37.9 MT  

45 

38 MT and > 

113 

Total Capacity 

243 

 

  

Gose Cross Border Level-2A Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 2A 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

17 

92 working trucks 

2 under maintenance 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

21 

38 MT and > 

49 

Total Capacity 

94 

 

  

Ghion Cross Border Level-2A  Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 2A 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

84 working trucks 

10 under maintenance 

19 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

23 

38 MT and > 

76 

Total Capacity 

113 

 

  

Birhan Cross Border Level-2A  Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 2A 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

11 

106 working trucks 

6 under maintenance 

18 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

36 

38 MT and > 

75 

Total Capacity 

130 

 

  

Star Cross Border Level-2A Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 2A 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

13 

77 working trucks 

23 under maintenance 

13 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

12 

35 – 37.9 MT  

23 

38 MT and > 

65 

Total Capacity 

113 

 

  

Alpha Cross Border Level-2A  Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 2A 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

11 

106 working trucks 

6 under maintenance 

18 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

36 

38 MT and > 

75 

Total Capacity 

112 

 

  

Speed Cross Border Level-2A  Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 2A 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

36 

97 working trucks 

16 under maintenance 

8 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

11 

35 – 37.9 MT  

17 

38 MT and > 

57 

Total Capacity 

121 

 

  

Africa Cross Border Level-2A  Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 2A 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

97working trucks 

10 under maintenance 

19 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

30 

35 – 37.9 MT  

22 

38 MT and > 

73 

Total Capacity 

126 

 

  

Selam Cross Border Level-2A  Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 2A 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

68 working trucks 

11 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

10 

35 – 37.9 MT  

35 

38 MT and > 

26 

Total Capacity 

79 

 

  

Blue Nile Cross Border Level-2A  Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 2A 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

87 working trucks 

13 under maintenance 

3 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

18 

38 MT and > 

81 

Total Capacity 

103 

 

  

Anbesa Beandinet Level-2A  Cross Border Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 2A 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

39 working trucks 

6 under maintenance 

16 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

46 

Total Capacity 

61 

 

  

Vision Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 2A 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

75 working trucks 

6 under maintenance 

3 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

 

35 – 37.9 MT  

12 

38 MT and > 

68 

Total Capacity 

84 

 

  

Solution Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 2A 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

52 working trucks 

40 under maintenance 

14 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

15 

38 MT and > 

83 

Total Capacity 

106 

 

  

FAST Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 2A 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

42 working trucks 

16 under maintenance 

32 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

22 

38 MT and > 

60 

Total Capacity 

90 

 

  

Unity Cross Border Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 2B 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

392 

381 working trucks 

28 under maintenance 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

11 

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

Total Capacity 

409 

 

  

Yegna Cross Border Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 2B 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

184 

179 working trucks 

13 under maintenance 

12 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

17 

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

Total Capacity 

204 

 

  

Guna Cross Border Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 2B 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

10 

180 working trucks 

1 under maintenance 

3 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

180 

Total Capacity 

184 

 

  

Id Yor Cross Border Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 2B 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

147 

132 working trucks 

11 under maintenance 

9 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

Total Capacity 

152 

 

  

Addis Cross Border Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 2B 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

17 

119 working trucks 

15 under maintenance 

6 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

21 

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

98 

Total Capacity 

140 

 

  

Ketef Cross Border Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 2B 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

37 

117 working trucks 

11 under maintenance 

1 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

46 

35 – 37.9 MT  

22 

38 MT and > 

24 

Total Capacity 

129 

 

  

Abiykiber Cross Border Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 2B 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

116 

126 working trucks 

7 under maintenance 

9 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

12 

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

11 

Total Capacity 

142 

 

  

Biza Cross Border Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 2B 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

68 

71 working trucks 

3 under maintenance 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

Total Capacity 

74 

 

  

Union Cross Border Level-3A Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 3A 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

149 working trucks 

14 under maintenance 

4 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

85 

35 – 37.9 MT  

35 

38 MT and > 

41 

Total Capacity 

167 

 

  

Yemisrach Africa Cross Level-3A Border Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 3A 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

48 

51 working trucks 

7 under maintenance 

25 not in service 

 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

14 

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

18 

Total Capacity 

83 

 

  

Millennium Cross Border Level-3A Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 3A 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

25 

80 working trucks 

1 under maintenance 

 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

18 

38 MT and > 

30 

Total Capacity 

81 

 

  

Buna Cross Border Level-3A Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 3A 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

16 

60 working trucks 

14 under maintenance 

15 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

20 

35 – 37.9 MT  

22 

38 MT and > 

31 

Total Capacity 

89 

  

  

Tekeze Cross Border Level-3A Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 3A 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

25 

57 working trucks 

10 under maintenance 

3 not in service 

30 – 34.9 MT  

15 

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

21 

Total Capacity 

70 

 

  

Misrak Cross Border Level-3A  Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 3A 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

18 

74 working trucks 

5 under maintenance 

3 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

42 

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

16 

Total Capacity 

82 

 

  

Gibe Cross Border Level-3A  Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 3A 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

28 working trucks 

4 under maintenance 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

12 

38 MT and > 

11 

Total Capacity 

74 

 

  

Yetebaberut Cross Level-3B Border Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 3B 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

146 

112 working trucks 

24 under maintenance 

34 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

17 

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

Total Capacity 

170 

 

  

Miraj Cross Border Level-3B Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 3B 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

118 

90 working trucks 

16 under maintenance 

18 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

Total Capacity 

124 

 

  

Generation 2000 Cross Border Level-3B Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 3B 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

113 

75 working trucks 

16 under maintenance 

22 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

Total Capacity 

113 

 

  

Wegagen Cross Border Level-3B  Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 3B 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

112 

88 working trucks 

12 under maintenance 

16 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

Total Capacity 

116 

 

  

A J K Cross Border Level-3B Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 3B 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

78 

62 working trucks 

18 under maintenance 

2 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

Total Capacity 

82 

 

Netsanet Cross Border Level-3B Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 3B 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

99 

83 working trucks 

7 under maintenance 

19 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

Total Capacity 

109 

 

  

Wukiyanos Cross Border Level-3B  Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 3B 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

67 

47 working trucks 

20 under maintenance 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

Total Capacity 

67 

 

  

Sebrina Cross Border Level-3B Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 3B 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

116 

79 working trucks 

13 under maintenance 

33 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

Total Capacity 

125 

 

  

International Cross Border Level-3B  Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 3B 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

72 

50 working trucks 

14 under maintenance 

14 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

Total Capacity 

78 

 

  

Elshaday Cross Border Level-3B Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 3B 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

75 

62 working trucks 

11 under maintenance 

9 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

Total Capacity 

82 

 

  

Waliyadi Cross Border Level-3B Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 3B 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

55 

31 working trucks 

20 under maintenance 

7 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

Total Capacity 

58 

 

  

Nuniyat Cross Border Level-3B Freight Transport Company Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 3B 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

62 

60 working trucks 

7 under maintenance 

4 not in service 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

Total Capacity 

71 

 

  

J.S Trading Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 4 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

82 working trucks 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

82 

Total Capacity 

60 

 

  

Noah Transport Association Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 4 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

13 working trucks 

53 not in service 

 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

32 

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

34 

Total Capacity 

66 

 

  

Geda transport PLC Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 4 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

29 working trucks 

16 under maintenance 

53 not in service 

 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 

38 MT and > 

 

Total Capacity 

45 

 

  

Freighters International Transport PLC Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 4 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

14 

28 working trucks 

24 under maintenance 

6 not in service 

 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

32 

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

12 

Total Capacity 

58 

 

  

Jer PLC Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 4 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

20 working trucks 

 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

11 

Total Capacity 

20 

 

  

Kiya Transport PLC Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 4 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

22 working trucks 

6 under maintenance 

19 not in service 

 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

47 

Total Capacity 

66 

 

  

Mekonnen Abriha Cross Border Transporter Transport Capacity Summary 

Regions Covered 

Level 4 

Capacity 

Number of Vehicles 

Comments / Condition of Vehicles 

20 – 29.9 MT  

30 

33 working trucks 

8 under maintenance 

 

 

30 – 34.9 MT  

35 – 37.9 MT  

38 MT and > 

Total Capacity 

41 

 

  

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. 

 

Ethiopia - 3.3 Ethiopia Manual Labor

Employees who earn Ethiopian Birr (ETB) 601 per month and above are liable to pay employment income tax.  

Tax brackets: 

For salaries between 601 Birr and 1650 Birr per month: 10% 

For salaries between 1651 Birr and 1650 Birr per month: 15% 

For salaries between 3201 Birr and 5250 Birr per month: 20% 

For salaries between 5251 Birr and 7800 Birr per month: 25% 

For salaries between 7801 Birr and 10,900 Birr per month: 30% 

Over 10,900 Birr per month: 35% 

Please find more details here: http://www.erca.gov.et/index.php/news/international-news/473-income-from-employment-schedule-a

The revised loading and unloading rate for Commodities as of 8 June 2022 

Table 1 Revised rates for bagged and cartooned commodities 

Commodity Type 

Current Rate (ETB) 

Revised Rate (ETB) 

 

 

Per Quintal 

Per mt  

Per Cartoon 

Per Quintal 

Per mt  

Per Cartoon 

Adj. Rate 

 

 

 

Except Somali and  

Cereals 

6.5 

65 

8.0 

80 

23% 

Cartooned oil and other liquids (20-25 Kgs) 

10 

100 

17.5 

175 

3.5 

75% 

Cartooned oil and other liquids (<20 Kgs) 

8.75 

87.5 

1.75 

12.5 

125 

2.5 

43% 

Cartooned for non-liquid and non-food (<25 Kgs) 

8.75 

87.5 

1.75 

12.5 

125 

2.5 

43% 

 

Except Somali and Gambella  

Cereals 

70 

10 

100 

43% 

Cartooned oil and other liquids (20-25 Kgs) 

11.25 

112.5 

2.25 

17.5 

175 

3.5 

56% 

Cartooned oil and other liquids (<20 Kgs) 

10 

100 

13.75 

137.5 

2.75 

38% 

Cartooned for nonliquid and non-food (<25 Kgs) 

10 

100 

13.75 

137.5 

2.75 

38% 

Table 2 Revised rate for re-bagging and restacking services 

Activity 

Current Rate (ETB) 

Revised Rate (ETB) 

Per Bag 

Adj. Rate  

Re-bagging 

100% 

Restacking  

100% 

Table 3 Revised rate for fumigation 

Activity 

Current Rate (ETB) 

 

Revised Rate (ETB) 

Per Stack 

Per mt 

Per Quintal 

Per Stack 

Per mt 

Adj. Rate  

Fumigation 

600 

1.2 

0.12 

800 

1.6 

100% 

Remark  

  • For fumigation ETBC suggested the same rate as the current working rate.             

For more information go through : EDRMC | Disaster Risk Management Commission  

Ethiopia - 3.4 Ethiopia Telecommunications

Ethio telecom, previously known as the Ethiopian Telecommunications Corporation (ETC), is an Ethiopian telecommunication company founded in 2010 serving as the major internet and telephone service provider. Ethio telecom is owned by the Ethiopian government and maintains a monopoly over all telecommunication services in Ethiopia till 2021. Based in Addis Ababa, it is one of the "Big-5" group of state owned corporations in Ethiopia, along with Ethiopian Airlines, the Commercial Bank of Ethiopia, Ethiopian Insurance Corporation, and the Ethiopian Shipping Lines.  

As part of the Ethio Telecom network expansion strategic plan, in November 2022 the company has launched 4G LTE services in 67 towns and made additional 4G LTE network expansions in the already service launched 27 towns. Based on this, a total of 181 towns, are connected with the 4G LTE service countrywide.  

In May 2022, Ethio Telecom announced the launching of 5G services in Addis Ababa in six mobile stations and plan to extend to other major cities. 

The Ethio Telecom has about 97% telecom services coverage in Ethiopia, being the biggest Telecom operator in the Country. 

Safaricom Telecommunications Ethiopia started operating in Ethiopia in 2021 after winning applicant for a license to operate telecommunication services in Ethiopia. Safaricom Ethiopia is an international consortium named the Global Partnership for Ethiopia, comprising Safaricom Plc, Vodafone Group, , Sumitomo Corporation and British International Investment (formerly known as CDC Group). They were granted a nationwide full-service Unified Telecommunications Service License on 9 July 2021 and were officially registered as Safaricom Telecommunications Ethiopia Plc in July 2021.  

Safaricom Telecommunications Ethiopia Officially Launched their services in October 2022. The current network coverage is accessible from this link https://safaricom.et/index.php/contact-us 

Existing Humanitarian Telecoms Systems 

UN telecommunication system: 

For Voice 

  1. HF and VHF 

  1. VSAT Foodsat Local 

  1. PBX integrated with Extension. 

  1. Thuraya Satphone devices 

For Data 

  1.  Ethio Telecom Fiber ISP link 

  1. VSAT link and 

  1. Thuraya IP Data terminal 

WFP depends mainly on Local ISP and VSAT link for the data connectivity in the field. WFP’s vehicles are fitted with HF & VHF mobile radios. Additionally portable handset radios are distributed to staffs to facilitate operations in the field. 

Existing UN Telecommunications Systems 

Organisations  

UN /WFP 

VHF frequencies 

Rx: 152.75 MHz, Tx: 157.675 

HF frequencies 

 8.94 Mhz, 5.44 Mhz, 6.88 Mhz, 5.118 Mhz, 7.510 Mhz, 7.855 Mhz, 9.185Mhz, 10.960Mhz, and 11.105 Mhz. 

Repeaters 

(Locations) 

  ECA, JIJGA, Gode, Dire dawa , Mekelle,  and Dessie 

VSAT 

All WFP offices have the Corporate VSAT solution except for the Bahir Dar, Kombolcha and Gondar Offices.  

WFP Ethiopia has 18 Offices in the Country. 

 

3.5 Ethiopia Food and Additional Suppliers

Approximately 250 mills are found in Ethiopia. In recent years Addis Ababa has lost the central function with mills being constructed in other parts of the country. Main Food Suppliers are identified in the Service Provider Contact list. Link attached. 

WFP Vulnerability and Analysis Mapping (VAM):  (http://vam.wfp.org/)

USAID Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWS NET):  (http://www.fews.net/)

For more information on food supplier contact details, please see the following link: 4.10 Supplier Contact List.

Generic country information can be located from sources which are regularly maintained and reflect current facts and figures. For a general overview of country data related to the service and supply sectors, please consult the following sources:

The Observatory of Economic Complexity – MIT (OEC): INSERT a link directly to the OEC country page if available (http://atlas.media.mit.edu/en/)


 

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.

3.5.2 Ethiopia Additional Suppliers

Vehicle Rental

Vehicle rental service is available but can only be expected to meet the initial needs of a small company or organization. Vehicle rental companies are identified in the service providers contact list. Link attached.

Taxi Companies

Taxi service is available. Taxis in Addis Ababa are of two types. Yellow colour and blue colour taxis. UNDSS advises more precaution against the use of blue taxis in comparison to the yellow ones

Freight Forwarding Agents

Freight forwarding agents are identified in the service providers contact list.

Electricity and Power 

Regarding power generation plants, currently, Ethiopian Electric Power administers 18 power plants there by generating a total of 4244 mega watt electricity nationwide.

Among the 18 power plants, 14 are from hydro namely Aba Samuel (6.6MW the first hydro power plant in Ethiopia), Gilgel Gibe III (1870MW), Beles (460MW), Gilgel Gibe II (420MW),Tekeze (300MW),Gilgel Gibe I(184MW), Melka wakena (153MW), Fincha (134MW), Amerti Neshi (95MW),Tis Abay II (73MW), Koka (43.2MW), Awash II (32MW), Awash III (32MW), and Tis Abay I (14.4MW) with a total installed capacity of 3814MW electricity.

Adama II (153MW), Ashegoda (120MW) and Adama I (51MW) are the wind power plants that has been generated electricity in Ethiopia which amounted 324MW on aggregate.

The remaining 104MW electricity is being generated from diesel generator and Aluto Geothermal plant (7.3MW).

Production Unit

Type [1]

Installed Capacity (MW)

Current Production (MW)

 EEP

Hydroelectric Power

 3814


 EEP

Geo-thermal power plants

7.3


 EEP

Wind farm power plants

324


[1] E.g. Hydroelectric power, Thermal power…

Internet Service Providers (ISPs)

The ISP is Ethiopian Telecom (ETC) and the options of ADSL, GPRS/3G and V-SAT. There are no other service providers for internet in country.

Internet Service Providers

Are there ISPs available?

(Yes / No)

 Yes

Private or Government

Government

Dial-up only (Yes / No)

 No

Approximate Rates

Dial-up:

No Info

Broadband:

No Info

Max leasable ‘dedicated’ bandwidth

No Info


 Generic country information can be located from sources which are regularly maintained and reflect current facts and figures. For a general overview of country data related to the service and supply sectors, please consult the following sources:

The Observatory of Economic Complexity – MIT (OEC): INSERT a link directly to the OEC country page if available (http://atlas.media.mit.edu/en/)

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.


Ethiopia - 3.6 Ethiopia Additional Services

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

 4.11 Additional Services Contact List 

Vehicle Rental 

Vehicle rental service is available especially in Addis to meet the needs of a company or organization and can be deployed to other regions. Vehicle rental companies are identified in the service providers contact list. Link attached. 

Taxi Companies 

Taxi services are available. Taxis in Addis Ababa has significantly expanded with the introduction of taxi App services, this is in addition to the blue colour taxis. There are several taxi services that can be ordered through the Apps. These include Ride, Zayride, Polo trip, Ze-Lucy, Catch, Seregela, Catch Taxi, Hello Taxi and Feres. UNDSS advises more precaution against the use of blue taxi. 

10 Best Uber-Like Ride & Taxi Service Companies in Ethiopia — allaboutETHIO 

Freight Forwarding Agents 

Freight forwarding agents are identified in the service providers contact list. 

Electricity and Power  

Ethiopia has abundant renewable energy resources and has the potential to generate over 60,000 megawatts (MW) of electric power from hydroelectric, wind, solar and geothermal sources. As a result of Ethiopia's rapid GDP growth over the previous decade, demand for electricity has been steadily increasing. The electrification process causes GDP growth and high public demand for 110 million of its population. On total, Ethiopia produces 11 billion kWh from all facilities and exports other resources like natural gas or crude oil. However, the country is experiencing energy shortages and load shedding as it strives to offer supply for over 110 million people and predicted to grow 30% per year. With current ongoing projects, the country is constructing 4,500 MW of installed generation capacity. There is also a plan to increase power generation capacity in exponent to 17,000 MW in 10 years  

Currently, Ethiopian Electric Power is managing 22 power generating stations.  Among them, 16 are from hydro, these are Gibe III (1870 M.W), Beles (460 M.W), Gilgel Gibe II (420 MW), Tekeze (300 MW), Gilgel Gibe I (184 MW), Melka Wakena (153 MW), Fincha (134 MW), Amarti Neshe (95 MW), Tis Abay II (73 MW), Koka (43.2 MW), Awash II (32 MW), Awash III (32 MW), Tis Abay I (11.4 MW) Aba Samuel (6.6MW);  Genale Dawa III (254 MW) and the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (the two early generation units of 750 MW) generate a total of 4818.2 MW from hydro. 

In terms of wind, Adama II (153 MW), Ashgoda (120 MW) and Adama I (51 MW), additionally Ayisha II have been partially completed and started operation with the capacity of 80 MW. The rest is expected from steam power and diesel reserves. 

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Power Generation – eep 

There are numerous restraints over electrification with most people in rural areas utilize traditional biomass energy sources and lack of modernized transmission and distribution. To solve this, the government set up big projects to construct hydroelectric dams such as the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) and Koysha Dam that provide fertile electricity throughout the country. The other issue is the power outrages that can adversely affects households from daily interruptions.  Frequent power outage may lead to serious threat to people such as fear and discomfort to the environment as well as the use of alternative energy sources like charcoal, firewood, and candle. 

Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) 

The primary purpose of the dam is electricity production to relieve Ethiopia's acute energy shortage and for electricity export to neighbouring countries. With a planned installed capacity of 5.15 gigawatts the dam will be the largest hydroelectric power plant in Africa when completed, as well as among the 20 largest in the world  

First phase of filling the reservoir began in July 2020 and in August 2020 water level increased to 540 meters (40 meters higher than the bottom of the river which is at 500 meters above sea level). The second phase of filling was completed on 19 July 2021, water level increased to around 575 meters. The third filling was completed on 12 August 2022 to a level of 600 metres (2,000 ft), 25 m (82 ft) higher than the prior year completed second fill. Actual water level (November 2022) is at around 605 meters and was measured at Sentinel images. It will take between 4 and 7 years to fill with water, depending on hydrologic conditions during the filling period.  

On 20 February 2022, the dam produced electricity for the first time, delivering it to the grid at a rate of 375 MW A second 375 MW turbine was commissioned in August 2022.  

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grand_Ethiopian_Renaissance_Dam  

The power outages are regular and are more elsewhere than are in Addis Ababa. 

Production Unit 

Type [1] 

Installed Capacity (MW) 

Current Production (MW) 

 EPCO 

Hydroelectric Power 

 814 

1534 

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[1] E.g. Hydroelectric power, Thermal power… 

Internet Service Providers (ISPs) 

The ISP is Ethiopian Telecom (ETC) and the options of ADSL, GPRS/3G and V-SAT. Recently Safaricom has been registered in the country as an additional service provider for mobile phone voice and Internet in select areas. 

Internet Service Providers 

Are there ISPs available? 

(Yes / No) 

 Yes 

Private or Government 

Both 

Dial-up only (Yes / No) 

 No 

Approximate Rates 

Dial-up: 

No Info 

Broadband: 

No Info 

Max leasable ‘dedicated’ bandwidth 

No Info 

 

Ethiopia - 3.7 Ethiopia Waste Management and Recycling InfrastructureAssessment

Overview 

Ethiopia lacks proper solid waste management practices and protocols. About 20 to 30 percent of the waste generated in Addis Ababa remains uncollected  

In Addis Ababa, waste generation is rising at a rate of five percent each year. It is estimated that solid waste is generated at about 0.45 kg per capita per day. The physical composition of solid waste includes: 17.4% recyclable, 74.3% biodegradable organic, and 8.3% potentially hazardous waste1. Inadequate solid waste management increasingly threatens the health and livelihoods of the city’s inhabitants and the environment.  

In Addis Ababa, community awareness of Solid Waste Mamagement (SWM) has been improving, with more than 70 percent of community members willing to pay for door-to-door solid waste collection services (Dika, 2019). 

Municipal waste management companies collect municipal waste and bring it to landfills while informal collectors and so-called “Korales” gather recyclables from streets and landfills “ 

Solid waste handling is regulated in the Government’s “Solid Waste Management Proclamation” from 2007, empowered by its Environmental Protection Agency. Responsibility is passed down to the lowest administrative levels of the local governments, with the objective also to include private households and public participation in waste segregation (GIZ, 2020). 

In 2011, the Government of Ethiopia introduced a ban on the production and importation of non-biodegradable plastic bags 

Both the government and private companies provide the services.  

In 2018, the country transformed the Koshe dump site, the only landfill in Addis Ababa, into the first waste-to-energy plant in sub Saharian Africa, it is operated by Cambridge Industries Ltd. The plant has plans to incinerate up to 1,400 tons of waste every day—roughly 80 percent of the city’s waste (UNEP, 2019).The unsorted Municipal Solid Waste will be delivered to the facility where the waste will be combusted.  

Several companies are involved in waste management and recycling in Ethiopia, but most of them operate exclusively in populated areas in and around Addis Ababa due to transportation, technology, supply, and other factors. 

Ethiopia has a long culture of reuse, although popular culture has recently started to erode this system of reuse 

Korales' are the first-hand informal workers who collect household recyclable or reusable items. They are the backbone of the recycling sector in Ethiopia. Their main challenges are safety, child labour, the unavailability of sorting and storage areas, the unavailability of technology, and weak collection and transportation systems 

Non-Hazardous Waste Disposal 

Non- hazardous waste is collected in the same manner as other waste and disposed in the landfill where informal groups collect for recycling especially plastic bottles, papers and scrap metal 

The Environment Protection Authority (EPA) issued the Environmental Policy of Ethiopia which refers to waste management in three different articles, The primary national policy on waste management is the Solid Waste Management Proclamation No. 513. Released in February of 2007, the proclamation’s main goal is to increase community participation. 

4 Ethiopia Contact Lists

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

Ethiopia - 4.1 Ethiopian Government Contact List

Ministry 

National or Provincial/State Authority 

City / Town 

Street / Physical Address 

Name 

Title 

Email 

Phone Number (office) 

Phone Number (mobile) 

Fax Number 

Website  

Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resource  

National 

Addis Ababa 

Addis Ababa (Headquarters), Gurd Shola (Near to Century Mall) on the way to Egzher Ab, Addis Ababa. 

Ato Oumer Hussein 

Minister 

Eyasu.Abraha@moa.gov.et wondirad.mandefro@moa.gov.et  

+251 11 646 0746  

 

00251-116460651 

moa.gov.et 

Ministry of Tourism 

National 

Addis Ababa 

Africa Avenue Behind DH Geda Building Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 

 

 Hirut Kassaw 

Minister 

info@mot.gov.et 

 

+251 11 861 96 18 
+251 116 18 47 15 

 

 

 

 

http://www.mot.gov.et 

Minister of Federal and Pastoralist Development Affairs (MOFPDA) 

National 

Addis Ababa 

P.O.BOX 5608 
ADDIS ABABA ETHIOPIA 

506 Mozambique St, Addis Ababa 

Ato Kebede Chane 

Minister 

Mofa1@ethionet.et 

+251115510000 

 

+(251)11-5511200 / +(251)11 551 2639 

www.mofa.gov.et 

Ministry  OF Foreign AFFAIRS (MOFA) 

National 

Addis Ababa 

    Menelik II Avenue, infront of Hilton Addis Hotel 

Demeke Mekonen 

Minister 

    info@mfa.gov.et 

+251-115-517345 

 

 

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ethiopia (mfa.gov.et) 

Ministry of Finance and Economic Cooperation (Mofed) 

National 

 

Addis Ababa 

P.O.BOX 1037 or 1905 
ADDIS ABABA ETHIOPIA 

Dr. Ahmed Shide 

Minister 

infopr@mofed.gov.et 

 

00251-111552015 

 

00251-111555189 

http://www.mofed.gov.et 

 

Ministry of Industry   

National 

 

Addis Ababa 

Woreda 09 Basha welde chilot 

Mr Melaku Alebel 

Minister 

 

+251115515411 

 

 

  moi.gov.et) 

Ministry of Health 

National 

 

Addis Ababa 

Sudan St,  P.O.Box 1234 Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 

Dr. Lia Tadesse 

Minister 

:  moh@ethionet.et 

00251-115517011   

 

00251-115519366 

http://www.moh.gov.et 

Ministry of Water and Energy 

National 

 

Addis Ababa 

HAILE G/SILASE AVENUE P.O.BOX 5744/5673 Addis Ababa Ethiopia 

Dr. Eng. Habtamu Itefa 

Minister 

info@mowe.gov.et 

+251-11-6611111/ 011 6 626325 

 

 

http://www.mowie.gov.et 

Ministry of Defence 

National 

Addis Ababa 

P.O.BOX 1373 
ADDIS ABABA ETHIOPIA 

Mr. Abreham Belay 

Minister 

info@mod.et.gov 

 

 

 

http://www.fdremod.gov.et/info/contact 

Ministry of Innovation and Technology 

 

National 

 

Addis Ababa 

Arada Subcity, behind lycee G/Mariam School, Churchill Road, Addis Ababa 

P.O.Box 2490 Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 

Dr. Belete Molla 

 

Minister 

abrham.belay@mint.gov.et 

 

00251-11126 5636 

 

 

 

http://www.mcit.gov.et 

 

Ministry of Women, and Social Affaris 

National 

 

Addis Ababa 

Sub city – kirkos 
Worda – 07 
Main office: Stadium nearby Gion Hotel 

P.O. Box:- 1293 - Addis Ababa - Ethiopia 

Dr. Ergogie Tesfaye 

Minister 

info@mowsa.gov.et 

00251-115528394 

00251-115525455 

00251-115528406 

 

00251-115525455 

00251-115522270 

http://www.mowsa.gov.et 

Ministry of Education 

National 

 

Addis Ababa 

PO Box 1367, Arada Sub-City, Addis Ababa, 
Ethiopia 

Prof. Dr. Birhanu Nega 

Minister 

commu@moe.gov.et 
com.affairs@yahoo.com 

00251-111561494 

 

00251-111565565 
00251-111570886 

http://www.moe.gov.et 

Ministry of Public Service and Human Resource Development 

National 

 

Addis Ababa 

P.O.BOX 1364,Addis Ababa, 
Ethiopia 

MR. Jemal Ahmed  

Director 

 

(+251)115527368 

 

+251-11-5542586 

www.moinfo.gov.et 

Ministry of Transport and Logistics 

National 

 

Addis Ababa 

P.O.Box: 1238 
Addis Ababa,  
Ethiopia 

Ms. Dagmawit Moges 

Minister 

motr@motr.gov.et 

+251 115 518 292 

 

00251-115515665 

http://www.motr.gov.et 

Ministry of  Mines, Petroleum 

National 

 

Addis Ababa 

Mariam Road, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 

Mr. Takele Umma  

Minister 

info@mom.gov.et 

 

 

 

www.mom.gov.et  

Ministry of Public Enterprises Holding & Administration Agency (PEHAA 

National 

 

Addis Ababa 

Bole Sub-City 
Wereda 5, Gerji  Area 
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 

Habtamu Hailemichael 

Minister 

mail@pehaa.gov.et 

+251-118334143 

 

 

00251-118693727 

 

http://www.mope.gov.et 

Ministry of Revenues 

 

National 

 

Addis Ababa 

Addis Ababa , Ethiopia 

Mrs Aynalem Nigussie 

Minister 

mogesb@revenue.gov.et          

nebiyouS@revenue.gov.et 

00251-16629887                             

 

00251-116629818 

http://www.mor.gov.et 

Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change, Ethiopia (MEFCC) 

National 

 

Addis Ababa 

P.O.Box: 12760 
Arat Killo, 
Behind Tourist Hotel, 
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 

 Dr. Getahun Garedew 

Minister 

n/a 

+251-111704214 

 

+251111704251 

http://mefcc.gov.et 

Ministry of Urban Development & Housing 

National 

 

Addis Ababa 

In front of National Bank of Ethiopia 
P.O.Box:- 24134/1000 
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 

Eng. Aisha Mohammed 

 

n/a 

00251-115541282 

 

n/a 

 

https://www.mudc.gov.et/ 

Ministry of Labor and Skills Development 

National 

 

Addis Ababa 

Kirkos Kifle Ketema, Wereda 8, Kazanchis 
P.O.Box: 2056 
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. 

Mrs. Muferihat Kamil 

Minister 

molsa@molsa.gov.et 

00251-115517080  

 

00251-115518396 

Web:  http://www.mols.gov.et 

Ministry of Irrigation and Lowland Areas  

National 

Addis Ababa 

Kazanchis 

Mr Getasew Mekonnen 

 

gmekonnen19@gmail.com, MILLs@gmail.com 

 

 

 

www.mills.gov.et 

Ministry of Peace  

National 

Addis Ababa 

Ethio-Chinese Friendship Road (3,420.09 mi) Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 5608 

Binalf Andualem 

 

mop@gov.et 

011 553 9719 

 

 

https://www.mop.gov.et/web/guest/home 

Ministry of Justice  

National  

Addis Ababa  

 

Mr Gedion Timotheos 

 

 
info@fag.gov.et 

 

 
+251-11-554-18-68 

 

 

 

eag.gov.et 

Ministry of Trade and Regional Integration 

National  

Addis Ababa 

Jomo Kenyata St. 

Gebremskel Chala  

 

 

 

 

 

 
http://www.mot.gov.et 

http://www.moin.gov.et 

Ethiopian Food and Drug Administration (EFDA) 

National 

Addis Ababa 

Africa Avenue, near Wolosefer, Kirkos sub city, 02/03 kebelle, 02 

MS Heran Gerba 

 

 

+25111-5-524122,  

 

 

+251115521392 & +25111552411 

http://www.fmhaca.gov.et/ 

Ethiopia - 4.2 Ethiopia Humanitarian Agency Contact List

Name 

Organization 

Head/Deputy/other 

Email 

Catherine Sozi 

RCO 

Humanitarian Coordinator/RC 

catherine.sozi@un.org 

Abel Tesfai 

UNMAS 

Chief 

abel.tesfai@un.org 

Abibatou Wane  

IOM 

COM 

awane@iom.int 

Aboubacar Kampo 

UNICEF 

Representative 

akampo@unicef.org  

Claude Jibidar 

WFP  

CD 

claude.jibidar@wfp.org 

Clémence Caraux-Pelletan 

HINGO Forum 

Director  

director@ethiopiahingoforum.org 

Dennis ''Buddy'' Stora 

Emergency Response-USAID Ethiopia Office  

Deputy Director 

dstorra@usaid.gov 

Feyera Abdi 

SoS Sahel  

Mananging Director  

feyeraabdi@yahoo.com 

Ester Ruiz de Azua Jimenez 

IOM 

Emergency Coordinator 

eruizdeazua@iom.int 

Farayi Zimudzi 

FAO 

Head 

Farayi.Zimudzi@fao.org 

Jennifer Stockhill 

FCDO 

Deputy 

jennifer.stockill@fcdo.gov.uk 

Koffi Kouame 

UNFPA 

Representative a.i. 

kouame@unfpa.org 

Mamadou Dian Balde 

UNHCR 

Head 

balde@unhcr.org 

Marcel Apkovo 

OHCHR 

Head 

akpovo@un.org 

Marit Pater 

HRDG  

  

marit.pater@minbuza.nl 

Mulu Haile  

Mission for Community Development  

Director  

muluhagush@gmail.com 

Michel Saad 

OCHA 

Head 

michel.saad@un.org 

Nikita Sethi 

DART/DLC 

standing for Deputy Director  

nsethi@usaid.gov 

Ria Jusufbegovic 

ACF / Action Against Hunger (HINGO) 

Country Director 

cd@et-actionagainsthunger.org 

Saba Gebremedhin Hagos 

Network of Ethiopian Women’s Associations (NEWA) 

Executive Director 

saba_gmd@yahoo.com, newaethiopia@gmail.com 

Schadrack Dusabe  

UN Women 

Deputy 

schadrack.dusabe@unwomen.org 

Sue Clarke  

DRC (HINGO) 

CD 

sue.clarke@drc.ngo 

Tsehay Admassu 

CCRDA (NNGO rep) 

Deputy 

tsehaya@crdaethiopia.org 

Wilton J. Pichardo 

DART USAID 

Deputy leader 

NEthiopiaDART_DLC@usaid.gov  

Worknesh Mekonnen 

UNOPS 

Head 

workneshG@unops.org 

Xavier Joubert 

HINGO/Save the Children 

Country Director 

xavier.joubert@savethechildren.org 

Yassine Gaba 

ECHO 

Head 

yassine.gaba@echofield.eu 

Ethiopia - 4.3 Ethiopia Laboratory and Quality Testing Companies Contact List

 

Company 

Physical Address 

Name & Title 

Email & Website 

Phone Number 

(office & mobile) 

Fax Number 

Description of Services 

 

 Ethiopian Food and Drug Authority  

Medicine Facility inspection Directorate  

(EFDA-MFID) 

Addis Ababa 

Mr Getachew Genete 

contactefda@efda.gov.et  

 

+251-115524422  

+251-115523306  

+251-115521392  

 

Inspection  

AFRO STAR International Commercial Agency PLC 

Addis Ababa 

Mr Gheberay G/eyesus 

Mrs Fikrte Lemmi 

afrostarinspection@gmail.com 

+251115154152 

+251115530026 

Inspection 

A.Y NOBEL Inspection and Surveillance Services  

Addis Ababa   

Postal Address 3214  

Mr Abera Abegaz  

Faidex.ethiopia@ethionet.et 

+251-0116-63-57-27 

+251-0116-62-78-75 

Inspection  

Bless Agr-food Laboratory services  

Legetafo  

Mr AMbi Bekele 

info@blesslaboratory.com 

+251118229566 

+251116679230 

Inspection  

Control Union Ethiopia Inspection and Certification  

Addis Ababa, Gerji Alfoz Plaza 

Mrs Kalkidan Wube  

Cueth@controlunion.com 

+251116298330 

+251116299836 

Inspection and Certification 

Ethiopian Conformity Assessment Enterprise  

Addis Ababa  

Mr Tsegaye Berihe 

Info-cp@ecae-3.com 

+251118960261 

+251116459720 

Inspection and sampling  

QITS Inspection Private Limited Company  

Addis Ababa,Arada Subcity  

Mr Tsegaye Tekle 

Qitsinspection232gmal.com 

+251118332882 

+251112781256 

 

 

 

4.4 Ethiopia Port and Waterways Company Contact List

Port Name

Company

Street / Physical Address

Name

Title

Email 

Phone Number (office)

Phone Number (mobile)

Fax Number

Gambella & Matar river ports

Fikadu Yilma Azule Frieght Transport Association

Gambella

 Fikadu Yilma Azule

Owner & G/Manager

azule2020@gmail.com

N/A

+251 911 449284

N/A

Gambella & Matar river ports

Lul Riek Jock Freight Transportation PLC

Gambella

Takele Dejene

_

luljock2@gmail.com


(251)910121881 /0917924747

+251 911 609750

+251 920 316038

+251 912 132106

+251 475510964

Gambella & Matar river ports

Ojulu Aday Gnybare

Gambella

Takele Dejene G/Mariam

-

N/A

+251475511402

+251911609750

N/A

Gambella & Matar river ports

Abiyot Woltaji Freight Transport Enterprise

Gambella

 Abiyot Woltaji (Jebesa)

Manager

abyotwolteji@gmail.com

0911206742/0911 208069

+251 911 449284

N/A

Gambella & Matar river ports

Asefa Gurmessa

Gambella

 Nega Gurmessa

Manager

andumar1@gmail.com

0911205972

_

N/A

Gambella & Matar river ports

Jilcha Ketema Weldetsadik

Gambella

 Jilcha Ketema

General Manager

ashualemayehum@gmail.com

0911123985/0911802192

 

-

N/A

Gambella & Matar river ports

Shewaye Gebru Freight Transport Service

Gambella

 Shewaye Gebru

Owner/Manager

shewayegebru@gmail.com

0917550420/911257194


_

N/A

Gambella & Matar river ports

Wolalem Bushra

Gambella

 Seid Negash

_

rizalcriz1978@yahoo.com

0911305364

_

N/A

Ethiopia - 4.5 Ethiopia Airport Company Contact List

Website of Ethiopian Airports Enterprises 

Company 

Physical Address 

Contact Name & Title 

Email & Website 

Phone Number 

Description of Services 

Ethiopian Airlines 

Bole International Airport 
PO Box 1755  
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 

Chief Executive Officer: 

Mesfin Tasew 

http://www.ethiopianairlines.com 

Tel: 00251-116652222 

Passengers/ Cargo/ 

Maintenance/ 

Personnel Secondment 

Abyssinian Flight Services 

Bole Kifle Ketema 
Kebele 01/03,  

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 

n/a 

info@abyssinianflights.com 
http://www.abyssinianflights.com/ 

Tel: 00251-116620622/23/24 

Passengers/ Response to the drought situation in the country/ 

Medical evacuations 

Aquarius Aviation Plc 

New Bright Tower 

Opposite Bole Medhanialem Church Cameroon Street 

PO Box 19561 

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 

 

http://www.aquarius-ethiopia.com 

 

Tel: 00251-116624343 

Tel: 00251-930011987 

Passengers and cargo throughout East Africa/ Charter flights/ 

Contract Operations/ Aircraft Management/ Medical evacuations 

East African Aviation 

Bole Sub-City, Wereda 02 

House 2129 

Zimbabwe Street 

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 

CEO: Captain Mulat Lemlemayehu 

General Manager: Captain Lemma Tekaligne 

http://www.eastafricanaviation.com 

Tel: 00251-116183231 

Tel: 00251-935998359 

Private charter services/ Flight training/ Air ambulance transportation 

National Airways Ethiopia 

 

 

http://www.nationalairways.com 

Tel: 00251-116638778 

Passenger and cargo transportation/ Air ambulance 

Trans Nation Airways Pvt. Ltd. Co. (TNA) 

Nefas Silk Lafto Sub-City 

Kebele 04 

House 571 

PO Box 233, Code 1110 

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 

Chairman and Owner: H.E. Sheik Mohammed Hussein Ali Al-Amoudi 

CEO: Dr. Arega 

General Manager: Captain Terefe Haile 

Natnael.f@tna.com.et 

transnationairways@gmail.com 

 

 

Tel: 00251-113205658/59/60 

Tel: 00251-113206498 

+25191 166 4340 

Passenger and cargo transportation/ Maintenance/ Aerial Spray Service 

Zemen Flying Service 

Zemen Flying Service 

Bole Medhanealem Road 

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 

 

info@flyzemen.com 

 

Tel: 00251-116623015 

Tel: 00251-116184191 

Fixed-wing and helicopter services 

Walya Airways 

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 

Capt. Desta Zeru CEO 

info@flywalya.com 

Tel: +251 929004925 

Tel: +251 116 395056 

Fixed-wing aircraft 

WFP/ UNHAS Humanitarian Air Cargo 

Bole Sub-City, Woreda 02 Ring Road, Oposite cargo terminal, Addis Ababa, 

Chief Air Transport Officer: Mr. Bernard DE-WOUTERS 

unhas.ethiopia@wfp.org 

 

Tel: 00251115172255 

00251115515188 

Passengers/ Light Cargo/ Airdrop Operation/ Air Ambulance 

 

4.6 Ethiopia Storage and Milling Company Contact List

Company

Name & Title

Address

Website & Email

Phone Number (Office)

Mobile

Fax Number

Ethiopian Trading Business Corporation (ETBC)

(the former  Ethiopian Grain Trade Enterprise (EGTE)

-

Debrezit Road Opposit to Dashen BankKirkos Sub CityAddis Ababa 3321 Ethiopia

- +251-0114- 65 24 36

+251920612712

+251-911254406

+251-11-465-54-28

+251-11-465-27 92

Strategic Food Reserve Agency, SFRA

Former Ethiopian Food Security Reserve Administration (EFSRA),

Misrak Mamo, Director General

Kazanchis Kirkos Sub City, behind Economic Commission for Africa ,ECA, Addis Ababa 

P.O.Box 431

- +251 11 5549309,  +251 11 5512100 -

National Disaster Risk Management Commission , NDRMC,

(the former Disaster Risk Management and Food Security Sector (DRMFSS),

Ato Mitiku kassa / State Minister
Wro. Nuria Wolela / Executive Secretary

Kirkos Sub CityAddis Ababa,  Ethiopia

NDRMC Bld. Near Ghandi Hospital 
Addis Ababa, P.O. Box 5686.

mitikuk@dppc.gov.et
nuriaw@dppc.gov.et
+251 1 524259/524272 - +251 01-514788

Ethiopian industrial inputs development enterprise, EIIDE,

(the former Merchandise Wholesale & Import Trade Enterprise (MEWIT),

-

Addis Ketema Sub CityAddis Ababa,  Ethiopia

mewit@ethionet.et

www.mewitethiopia.com

+251 111714566 +251911202259 +251111550905

Ethiopian Agricultural Business Corporation, EABC,  (the former Agricultural Input Supply Enterprise (AISE), and the former Ethiopian Seed Enterprise (ESE),

-

Debrezeit Road, adjacent to Fafa Food Factory.

PO BOx  6898

Ethagribusco.gov.et 

ethioagribusco@gmail.com

www.ethioagribusco.com

+251114422679 - 251-114421312



Ethiopia - 4.7 Ethiopia Fuel Provider Contact List

 

Major Distributors 

Name 

Contact 

Telephone 

E-mail 

Additional Information 

Total Ethiopia 

Sales Manager 

+251 114 66 63 14 

contact@total.com.et 

Total Ethiopia Additional Information 

Libya Oil Ethiopia Ltd 

Sales Manager 

+251 11 440 4040 

info.ethiopia@oilibya.com 

OilLibiya Fuel Station Information 

National Oil Ethiopia (NOC) 

Sales Manager 

+251116639494/6 

noc@ethionet.et 

 

Kobil Ethiopia Limited (Plc) 

Sales Manager 

+251 11 4674500 / 5 / 6 

kobil@et.kenolkobil.com 

 

WADI EL SUNDUS PETROLEUM (WAS) 

David Horsey 

+251 911 52 30 44 

civicon@swiftmombasa.com 

 

DALOL Oil Share Company 

Sales Manager 

+251 11 667 25 01 

info@daloloil.com 

 

TAF OIL Ethiopia  

 

+251 115580686/ 87 

info@tafoil.com.et 

 

Nile Petroleum Co. Ltd. (Ethiopian ) 

 

+251 11 663 6421 

npcleb@ethionet.et 

 

Gomeju Oil Ethiopia, 

 

+251 (116) 50 10 10 

info@gomejuoil.et 

 

Yetebaberut Beherawi Petroleum SC 

 

 

+2511166388577/80 

+251911422951 

+251913017328 

 

mesfin@ybpetroleum.com 

brookashagre11@gmail.com 

ybpinfo@ybpetroleum.com 

 

 

 

4.8 Ethiopia Transporter Contact List

Company

Organization

Name

Title

Email

Phone Number (mobile)

Level

Tekeze Cross Border F. Transport Association.

Association

Brhe Byene

Kahsay G/Silase

G/Manager

Board Chairman


0911 249901

Level 3 A-B

UnionCross Border F. Transport Association.

Association

Asefa Wubshet

Chernet Brhanu

Board Chairman


G/Manager


0911 248878

0929 905680

˶   ˶

Sora Cross Border F. Transport Association.

Association

Betemaryam Kitaw

Emawayesh Belay

Op/Manager

Board


0911 302875

˶   ˶

Yemsirach Africa L3-A Cross Border F. Transport Association.

Association

 

 

 

 

˶   ˶

Yetebaberut Cross Border F.Transport Association. Association




Sebrina Cross Border F.Transport Association.

Association

Nurya Bedru

Sara Seid

Manager

Board


0911 820501

0920 729895

˶   ˶

GibeCross Border F.Transport Association.

Association

Eyerus Goshu

Meaza H/girgos

G/Manager

Board


0913 731278

0913 243745

˶   ˶

Bza Cross Border F.Transport Association.

Association

Teke Halefom

Tsegaye G/Yesus

Représentative

Operations Manager


0911 911686

0944 208915

˶   ˶

Nuniyat Cross Border F.Transport Association.

Association


 

 

 

 

˶   ˶

Elshaday Cross Border F.Transport Association.

Association

Yosef Alemu

Samson T/Haymanot

G/ Manager

Board


0911 630372

0930 013955

˶   ˶

Netsanet Cross Border F. Transport Association.

Association


 

 

 

 

˶   ˶

Waliya Cross Border F. Transport Association.

Association

Mesud Adem

Jemal Mohamednur

G/Manager

Op


0911 200989

0912 496331

˶   ˶

Wegagen Cross Border F. Transport Association.

Association


 

 

 

 

˶   ˶

International Cross Border F. Transport Association.

Association

Aregawi Girmay

Yirgalem Sefani

G/Manager

Board chairman


0911 212737

0911 626276

˶   ˶

Djibouti Cross Border F. Transport Association.

Association


 

 

 

 

˶   ˶

AGK Cross Border F. Transport Association.

Association


 

 

 

 

˶   ˶

Medin Cross Border F. Transport Association

Association






Level 1 A-B

CONTINENTAL Cross Border F. Transport Association

Association

Dawit Sinafkish

OP/Manager

Clerk


0912 879523

0983 335670

˶   ˶

Welel Cross Border F. Transport Association

Association


 

 

 

 

˶   ˶

Tsehay Cross Border F. Transport Association

Association

Teferi Zewidu

 

G/Manager

 


0911200970

 

Level 1 A-B

Semen Cross Border F. Transport Association

Association

Gushu Taye

Seyoum Bemelaku

Board chairman

G/Manager


0911 203995

0911 205831

˶   ˶

Andnet Cross Border F. Transport Association

Association


 

 

 

 

˶   ˶

Hebi Cross Border F. Transport Association

Association

G/meskel Beyene

Tilahun Mulugeta

Board chairman

G/Manager


0927942404

0911244659

˶   ˶

Fetan Cross Border F. Transport Association

Association

Seyoum Demlew

Alemayehu Elfeta

Board chairman

G/Manager


0911 558175

0919 894061

˶   ˶

Grand United F. Transport Association

Association

Atsbha Reda

Brhanu Belew

Board chairman

G/Manager


0911 207002

0929 905678

˶   ˶

Bilen Cross Border F. Transport Association

Association


 

 

 

 

˶   ˶

Kokeb Africa Cross Border F. Transport Association

Association

Tadesa W/Yonis

Engda H/mariam

Board chairman

G/Manager


0911 229455

0929 907987

˶   ˶

Dejen Cross Border F. Transport Association

Association

Kibret Alemayehu

Bahire Gezahegn

G/Manager

Board chairman


0935 981780

0911 515083

˶   ˶

Global Cross Border F. Transport Association

Association

Tamiru Melese

Adisu Tekle

Board chairman

G/Manager


0911 677293

0911 226819

˶   ˶

Trans Ethiopia Cross Border F. Transport PLC

PLC

Teferi Zewidu

G/Manager


0911200970

˶   ˶

Tikurabay Cross Border F. Transport PLC

PLC

Seyoum Bemelaku

G/Manager


0903 200617

˶   ˶

Derba Cross Border F. Transport PLC

PLC

Simegn Abate

Op/Manager


0913580620

˶   ˶

Bekelcha Transport SC

SC

Teferi Alemayehu

G/Manager


0911 201922

˶   ˶

Shimzal Cross border PLC

PLC

 

 

 

 

˶   ˶

Arkid Business group



 

 

 

Level 1 A-B

Mysru Cross border PLC

PLC

Luel Wekele

 


0921 885484

˶   ˶

Giez Cross border Level 1-a F. Transport Association

Association

Seyid Kedir

Aklil G/Kirstos

G/Manager

Op/Manager


0911 691003

0929 905404

˶   ˶

Misrak Africa Hidasse Cross border Level 1-a F. Transport Association

Association

Yosef Lemango

Nega Tesera

Board Chairman

G/Manager


0935 981600

0910 466045

˶   ˶

Dalol Cross border Level 1-a F. Transport Association

Association

Desta Kahsay

Tewodrose G/libanos

G/Manager

Op/Manager


0911215844

0911877072

Level 1 A-B

Segon Cross border Level 1-a F. Transport Association

Association

Derje Legese

Selemon Mengistu

G/Manager

Board chairman


0911966490

0911490263

˶   ˶

Unique Cross border Level 1-a F. Transport Association

Association

Hayle Belay

Zufan Teferi

G/Manager

Board chairman


0944 739873

0912 873890

˶   ˶

Ahadu Cross border Level 1-a F. Transport Association

Association

Berhe Gidey

Abdi Kassa

G/Manager

Board chairman


0913 338600

0929 930737

˶   ˶

Base Cross border Level 1-a F. Transport Association

Association

Samuel Ayalew

Dereje Abebe

G/Manager

Board chairman


0930 295134

0911 258438

˶   ˶

Ethiopian M/T/L/S/Organization

Association


 

 

 

˶   ˶

Jet Cross border F. Transport Association

Association

Brhanu Ayalew

Kassahun Zewide

G/Manager

Board chairman


0929 173239

0911 210764

˶   ˶

Noh Cross border transport SC

SC

Zerihun Tferi

HailuTesema

G/Manager

Board chairman


0911 207707

0911 413696

Level-4

Eletderash Yeerdata Transport Organization

PLC

Amare Dechasa

G/Manager


0911 685001

˶   ˶

Abeba Transport PLC

PLC

Melaku Eniyew

Op&mar/Manager


0962 104627

˶   ˶

Abyssinia Transport PLC

PLC

Mered Molla

G/Manager


0911 210240

˶   ˶

Abadi Girmay Crosse border level-4 PLC

PLC

Eskider Bogale

Op/Manager


0910 711784

˶   ˶

Kemal AbdelaCross border Level- 4

Private

Tamiru Teklu

Transport head


0929 093804

˶   ˶

Mekonen Abreham Cross border Level- 4 F. Transport. PLC

Private

Bekele Getanh

G/Manager


0911 135001

˶   ˶

Muluge Cross border Level-4 F. Transport PLC

Private

Moges Tasew

Transport head


0911 606764

˶   ˶

Haile Tesfakiros Cross border Level-4 F. Transport. PLC

Organization

Haile T/kiros

G/Manager


0911 238189

˶   ˶

GS trading

Private

Yosef Gidey

Op/Manager


0911 524067

˶   ˶

KAM Cross border


Kahsay Woldu

G/Manager


0911 523120

˶   ˶

Geda Cross border Transport PLC


Shambel Workneh

Op/Manager


0930 097391

˶   ˶

Tef Transport Cross border PLC

PLC





Level-4

Belay Kinde Cross border

PLC

Mulugeta Werku

G-Manager.


0930 101087

˶   ˶

Kiya Cross border Transport PLC

Private

Abel Alemayehu

G-Manager.


0930295070

˶   ˶

Jer Transport Cross border PLC

PLC

Yohanis Anteneh

Transport Manager.


0930 100225

˶   ˶

Africa Cross border F. Transport Association

Association

Ahmeji Mohamed

Regassa Abebe

Operation Manager.

Transport Coordinator


0911 215930

0931 722102

Level-2 A-B

Speed Cross border F. Transport Association

Association

Brhanu Assefa

Wegene Sisay

G/Manager.

Board chairman


0911911643

0911242855

˶   ˶

Alfa Cross border F. Transport Association

Association

Mohamed Kibret

Matiyas Tadesse

G/Manager

Board chairman


0911505268

0911206652

˶   ˶

Giyon Cross border F. Transport Association

Association

Tirukelem Eskeziyaw

G/Manager


0911204738

˶   ˶

Brhan Cross border F. Transport Association

Association

Yonas Demeke

Getahun Eshete

Operation Manager

G/Manager


0910423947

0911206468

˶   ˶

Gosse Cross border F. Transport Association

Association

Wondmu Feyisa

Goytom Assefa

G/Manager

Board chairman


0913944019

0911608216

˶   ˶

Blue Nile Cross border F. Transport Association

Association

Abebe Gemchu

Biyalfew Temesgen

G/Manager

Board chairman


0966334542

0911011366

˶   ˶

Star Cross border F. Transport Association

Association





˶   ˶

Enat Gibe Cross border F. Transport Association

Association

Takele Dejene

Habtamu Asfaw

G/Manager

Board chairman


0911609750

0911600234

˶   ˶

Anbesa Be Andnet Cross border Level 2A F/Transport Association

Association





˶   ˶

Unity Cross border F/Transport Association

Association

Tena Tadele

Habtamnesh Nigat

Board chairman

Transport Superviser


0911227584

0911304141

0911304141

˶   ˶

ED. Yor Cross border F/Transport Association

Association

Sori Dandana

Kifle Mulat

G/Manager

Board chairman


0930597500

0911601075

˶   ˶

Ketef Cross border F/Transport Association

Association

Yonas G/Mikael

Biya Bedassa

G/Manager

Board Chairman


0911405049

0911679833

˶   ˶

Guna Cross border F/Transport Association

Association





˶   ˶

AbYikeber Level 2-B F/Transport Association

Association

Geremewu Alemu

Asmeret G/Egzi

G/Manager

Op/Manager


0929 905405

0929 905262

˶   ˶

Mieraf Cross border F/Transport Association

Association

Tewodros Yonis

Behailu Getachew

G/Manager

Op/Manager


0911 221286

0911 631626

˶   ˶

Star Local Local Transport

PLC

Abdselam Jibril

G/Manager


0915 330982


Hossena Freight Transport


Andualem Habte

G/Manager


0911 876487


Fafan Transport & Construction


Hussain Essa

G/Manager

Fafantrans@gmail.com

0915320791


Fafan Transport & Construction


Nebil Nuredin

G/Manager

Nebilq@gmail.com

0915 330970


Nebil Nuredin


Farahan Mohamed Adem

G/Manager

Frhan.mohamed77@gmail.com

0915 747788


Hawa Adam


Ahmed Yusuf

G/Manager

boxooshetransport@gmail.com

0910 622614


Ahmed Yusuf


Getahun Eshete

G/Manager

Brhantransport@gmail.com

0911 206468


Birhan Cross boarder level 2-8


Abdurahman Mohamed

G/Manager

Salidtransport@gmail.com

0915 330802


Salid Transport


Yibeltal Abate

G/Manager

Tenasneworktrantport16@gmail.com

0918 580188


Tenasinework Transport


Abdurhmam Husen Hassen

G/Manager

rfivetcc@hotmail.com

0915 330843


Regin 5 transport & construction


Takele Damte

G/Manager

aaqibaadan@hotmail.com

0911 824533


Dayah transport


Ibrahim Ali

G/Manager

mmjtrnsprt@gmail.com

0915 741261


MMJ Transport


Mohamed Hussen

G/Manager

nshakuul@gmail.com

0915 330972


Darul


Kalid Behi

G/Manager

alnasrifrieght2015@gmail.com

0929 393313


Alnasri Transport


Abdulkerim Abdo

G/Manager

Umerhasen @gimail.com

0911 262643


Umer Hasan Dry Freight


Andualem Habte

G/Manager

Fafantrans@gmail.com

0911 876487




Ethiopia - 4.9 Ethiopia Railway Company Contact List

Company 

Geographic Coverage 

Physical Address 

Name & Title 

Phone Number (office) 

Description of Services 

Website / Email 

ERC 

n/a  

Addis Ababa 

 Eng.Helina Belachew CEO 

 

 

+251-11-6188136 

Fax:  +251-11-6189065 

 Ethiopian Railway Corporation 

http://www.erc.gov.et 

 EDR 

Addis Ababa - Djibouti  

Addis Ababa 

Dr. Abdi Zenebe 

Chief Executive Officer of EDR 

+251-11-471 10 37 

 

Railway transportation service 

http://www.edr.gov.et 

E-mail- info@edr.gov.et 

 EDR 

Addis Ababa - Djibouti  

Addis Ababa 

Muluken Mesfin 

Chief of Staff 

+251-11-471 10 39 

 

Railway transportation service 

http://www.edr.gov.et 

E-mail- info@edr.gov.et 

 EDR 

Addis Ababa - Djibouti  

Addis Ababa 

Aminu Juhar 

Chief Corporate Strategy Officer 

+251 912 0586 96 

 

Railway transportation service 

http://www.edr.gov.et 

E-mail- info@edr.gov.et 

 EDR 

Addis Ababa - Djibouti  

Addis Ababa 

Mebratu Delelegn 

Chief Operation Officer 

+251 911 1307 92 

 

Railway transportation service 

http://www.edr.gov.et 

E-mail- info@edr.gov.et 

 EDR 

Addis Ababa - Djibouti  

Addis Ababa 

Samuel Teklay 

Senior Director, Sales and Marketing 

+251 913 6180 29 

 

Railway transportation service 

http://www.edr.gov.et 

E-mail- info@edr.gov.et 

Ethiopia - 4.11 Ethiopia Additional Service Contact List

Type of Service 

Company 

Location(s) 

Street / Physical Address 

Name  

Title 

Email  

Phone Number (office) 

Phone Number  (mobile) 

Fax Number 

Website  

Vehicle Rental 

ACHAMYELESH DEMISSE CAR RENTAL 

Addis Ababa 

Addis Ababa 

Tewelde Gidey 

 

 

achamyeleshcarrent@gmail.com 

 

911201286 

 

 

Vehicle Rental 

ALUSHA CAR RENT 

Addis Ababa 

Addis Ababa 

Demissie Denekew 

 

 

alusha.carrent@gmail.com 

 

0911 10 54 24/0913884300 

 

 

 

Vehicle Rental 

GREEN LAND TOURS & TRAVEL 

Addis Ababa 

Addis Ababa 

 

 

baltezars@gmail.com 

 

251-11-6299252/53/54/911-514193 

 

 

 

Vehicle Rental 

RAINBOW EXCLUSIVE CAR RENTAL 

Addis Ababa 

Addis Ababa 

 

 

carrental@rainbow.midroc-ceo.com 

 

251-11-5-171717 

 

 

 

Vehicle Rental 

KOMPAS ETHIOPIA TOUR PLC 

Addis Ababa 

Addis Ababa 

Samuel Teferra 

 

 

info@kompasethiopiatour.com 

 

118635454/915555959 

 

 

 

Vehicle Rental 

SILESHI TEFERA ESUNEH 

Bahir Dar 

Bahir Dar 

Sileshi Tefera 

 

 

sileshi2004am@gmail.com 

 

251 92323 0123 

 

 

 

Vehicle Rental 

M.Y. ALPHA TOUR AND TRAVEL AGENCY/M.Y ALPHA GENERAL TRADING PLC 

Addis Ababa 

Addis Ababa 

Hailu Mekonnen 

 

 

alphatourscar@gmail.com 

 

+251 911 210 537 

 

 

 

Vehicle Rental 

ADIAMAT TRADING PLC 

Addis Ababa 

Addis Ababa 

Amanuel Haileselassie 

 

 

adiamattradingplc@gmail.com 

 

+251 911 523 341 

 

 

 

Vehicle Rental 

BIRUK ASFAW /LENDO TOUR TRAVEL AND CAR RENT 

Addis Ababa 

Addis Ababa 

Biruk Asfaw 

 

 

biruk@lendetours.com 

 

+251  911 209 159 

 

 

 

Vehicle Rental 

FARAJ TRANSPORTATION COMPANY 

Jijiga 

Jijiga 

Abdihalim Sheik Mohamud 

 

 

farajtrans@gmail.com 

 

 

0915330737 

 

 

 

Vehicle Rental 

A & A CAR RENT SERVICE COMPANY 

Jijiga 

Jijiga 

Abdurahman Mohamed Aden 

 

 

cadoosh1986@gmail.com 

 

 

0935404866 

 

 

 

Vehicle Rental 

BEST TRAVEL AND TOURS PLC 

Addis Ababa 

Addis Ababa 

 

 

info@besttravelandtours.onmicrosoft.com 

115513766/911200129 

 

 

 

 

Vehicle Rental 

Abyssinian Tours and Travel 

Addis Ababa 

Addis Ababa 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

+251-11-6614240 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Vehicle Rental 

AMU CAR RENT 

Addis Ababa 

Addis Ababa 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

+251 11 662 1104/02 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Vehicle Rental 

CLASSIC CAR RENT 

Addis Ababa 

Addis Ababa 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

+251-11-5515730/5517582 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Vehicle Rental 

GALAXY EXPRESS SERVICE 

Addis Ababa 

Addis Ababa 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

+251-11-5510355 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Vehicle Rental 

POLO CAR RENT 

Addis Ababa 

Addis Ababa 

n/a 

n/a 

info@polocarrent.com 

+251-11-5547079/ 

80 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Vehicle Rental 

HERTZ CAR RENTAL 

Addis Ababa 

Addis Ababa 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

+251-11-5527177/ 

5118 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Vehicle Rental 

HESS TRAVEL ETHIOPIA 

Addis Ababa 

Addis Ababa 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

+251-11-5156058/ 

5515820 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Vehicle Rental 

LALIBELLA TOUR  & TRAVEL AGENCY 

Addis Ababa 

Addis Ababa 

n/a 

n/a 

 lalibela.tta@ethionet.et 

+251-11-5514403/ 

55337999 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Vehicle Rental 

SEFERIAN & CO (ETH) LTD 

Addis Ababa 

Addis Ababa 

n/a 

n/a 

europcar@saferian.com.et 

+251-11-5518100/ 

5511620 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Vehicle Rental 

LUXOR TOURIST AND TRAVEL PLC 

Addis Ababa 

Addis Ababa 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

+251-11-5513730/ 

5517582 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Vehicle Rental 

AVIS 

RAS HOTEL BUILDING, 

CHURCHILL ROAG ADDIS ABABA ETHIOPIA 

RAS HOTEL BUILDING, 

CHURCHILL ROAG ADDIS ABABA ETHIOPIA 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

+251-11-510355 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Vehicle Rental 

ADIKA CAR RENTAL 

P.O.BOX 4567 Addis Ababa 

P.O.BOX 4567 Addis Ababa 

n/a 

n/a 

adika@ethionet.et 

+251-11-5533357 

n/a 

+251-11-5538555 

www.adikatravel.com 

Vehicle Rental 

ALMMIGHTY TRAVEL 

Addis Ababa 

Addis Ababa 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

+251-11-1567472 

n/a 

+251-11-1567470 

n/a 

Vehicle Rental 

TROPICAL CAR RENTAL SERVICE 

Addis Ababa 

Addis Ababa 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

+251-11-2791273 

n/a 

+251-11-1551276 

n/a 

Vehicle Rental 

ABC PLC 

Addis Ababa 

Addis Ababa 

n/a 

n/a 

abcplc@ethionet.et 

+251-11-5528887 

n/a 

+251115526368 

www.abccarrent.com 

Vehicle Rental 

Achamyelesh Demisse Car Rental 

Addis Ababa 

Addis Ababa 

Tewelde Gidey 

n/a 

achamyeleshcarrent@gmail.com 

 

+251-911201286 

n/a 

n/a 

Vehicle Rental 

Zersi Ethiopia Tour/Travel & Car Rent 

Addis Ababa 

Addis Ababa 

Wendifraw Girma 

n/a 

info@zersiethiopiatours.com 

 

+251-911115163/ +251-930034269 

n/a 

n/a 

Vehicle Rental 

EBYET General Trading PLC 

Addis Ababa 

Addis Ababa 

Elias H/Silase 

n/a 

ethiolike@gmail.com 

 

+251-930105779 

n/a 

n/a 

Vehicle Rental 

Rainbow Exclusive Car Rental 

Addis Ababa 

Addis Ababa 

 

n/a 

carrental@rainbow.midroc-ceo.com 

+251-11-5-171717 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Vehicle Rental 

Mulunesh Bekele 

Gambella 

Gambella 

 

n/a 

 

+251-917484967 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Vehicle Rental 

OVERLAND ETHIOPIA TOURS 

n/a 

IMPRESS Building 4th floor, office #403, Near to Bole International airport, Cameron Street 

Addis Ababa 

 

n/a 

info@overlandethiopiatours.com 

+251 116 67 49 60 

+251 911 444601 

+251 116 67 49 76 

n/a 

Vehicle Rental 

13 SUNS TOUR PLC 

n/a 

Addis Ababa 

 

n/a 

n/a 

+251-116626071 

 +251-911528878 

+251-116626069 

n/a 

Vehicle Rental 

Serene car rental and tour 

n/a 

Addis Ababa 

 

n/a 

n/a 

 

n/a 

 

n/a 

Vehicle Rental 

ADDIS ABABA CAR PURCHASE, SALES & RENTAL PLC 

n/a 

Addis Ababa 

 

n/a 

n/a 

+251-116637177 / 

+251-118603018 

+251-911613463/+251-913505050 

+251116634639 

 n/a 

Vehicle Rental 

HOMENET CAR RENT 

n/a 

Addis Ababa 

 

n/a 

n/a 

+251-116181416 

+251-116611414 

     

 +251-911233272 

 

: +251-116181411 

 

http://www.homenetethiopia.com 

Taxi Company 

NEB TAXI TRANSPORT OWNERS 

ASSOCIATION 

n/a n/a 

Nazareth City 

n/a 

n/a 

 n/a 

+251-22-1113003 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Taxi Company 

TAXI DERMY PRODUCERS 

CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY 

n/a 

Addis Ababa 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

+251-11-2753824 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Taxi Company 

NTO TAXIS 

n/a 

Addis Ababa 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

+251-11-512923 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Taxi Company 

BILEN TRAVEL 

n/a 

Addis Ababa 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

+251-11-620886 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Taxi Company 

AIRPORT TAXI 

INFORMATION 

n/a 

Addis Ababa 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

+251-11-180455 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Taxi Company 

ABYSSINIAN 

n/a 

Addis Ababa 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

+251-11-615740 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Taxi Company 

Pick Pick Taxi Plc 

n/a 

Addis Ababa 

 

n/a 

info@pickpicktaxi.com 

 

+251-912667889 

n/a 

www.picktaxi.com 

Taxi Company 

Addis Meter Taxi Plc 

n/a 

Addis Ababa 

Yonas Mulate 

n/a 

addismetertaxi@gmail.com 

 

+251-911911670493 

n/a 

 

Taxi Company 

Feres 

n/a 

Addis Ababa 

 

 

Info.@feres.et 

 

Call centre : 6090 

 

 

https://feres.et/ 

Taxi Company 

Zay Ride 

n/a 

Addis Ababa 

Habetamu tadesse 

CEO 

 

Call centre : 6303 

 

 

https://www.zayride.com/ 

 

Taxi Company 

Ride 

n/a 

Addis Ababa 

Samrawit Fikru 

CEO 

Support@ride8294.com 

Call centre : 8294 

+251 91 156 9862 

n/a 

https://ride8294.com/ 

Freight Forwarding 

Bollore Transport and Logistics Ethiopia SC 

n/a 

Addis Ababa 

 

 

Wongel.YOHANNES@bollore.com, Halo.DAOUD@bollore.com; goitom.asfaw@bollore.com;peneal.mengesha@bollore.com 

 

0910483909 Wongel 

 

https://www.bollore-transport-logistics.com 

Freight Forwarding 

DHL Ethiopian Airlines Logistics Services S.C 

n/a 

Addis Ababa 

 

 

lloyd.weir@dhl.com; dagim.abebe@dhl.com 

 

0978130528 Dagim 

 

 

Freight Forwarding 

Emal Trading and Logistics PLC 

n/a 

Addis Ababa 

 

 

info@emaltl.com 

+251-114-709459, +251-115-574426, 

+251-911-490260 

+251-114-708408 

https://www.emaltl.com/ 

Freight Forwarding 

Freight IN Time Logistics PLC 

n/a 

Addis Ababa 

 

 

bdm.et@freight-in-time.com 

 

+251 911217936 

+ 251 11 6615271 

https://freightintime.com/ 

Freight Forwarding 

Freighters International (PABOMI) LTD 

n/a 

Addis Ababa 

 

 

pabomi@ethionet.et, management@pabomi.com 

(251) 11-551-13- 91, 514882,5511414 

(251) 911200399, 911573357 

 

 

Freight Forwarding 

MACCFA FREIGHT LOGISTICS Pvt Ltd 

n/a 

P.O.BOX:21879 

 

 

info@maccfa.com; ceo@maccfa.com , yonas.seifu@maccfa.com 

(+251)114708888/708889/709999 

0912122457 

+251-114-709898 

www.maccfa.com 

Freight Forwarding 

Massida Solutions 

n/a 

 

 

 

houyam.haidar@massidagroup.com 

+251 116 670 492/ +251 116 670 489/ +251 116 670 497 /  

Mobile ETH: +251 922 591 464/ Mobile DJIB : +253 77 876 018 

 +251 116 672 073 

 

Freight Forwarding 

PANAFRIC GLOBAL P L C 

n/a 

 

 

 

tesfad@panafricglobal.com 
elsigetahun@panafricglobal.com 

251-115-51 62 50 / 115-15 32 43,  

(251)911532953 Meaza 

011-551 5259 

 

Freight Forwarding 

SAFETRA PLC 

n/a 

 

 

 

safetra@ethionet.et  
meharibte@yahoo.com 

(251) 11 5533374, (251) 11 5520721 /0911208597 

(251)91183807/4 0932298879 biruk 

 

 

Freight Forwarding 

ZEREYAD GROUP TRANSIT AND FORWARDING Pvt. Ltd. Co. 

n/a 

 

 

 

info@zereyad.com; dawitm@zereyad.com 

251-18693379 

(25)930-033-751 /0911 249834 

 

 

Freight Forwarding 

BIG VISION FREIGHT TRANSPORT 

ASSOCIATION 

n/a 

P.O.BOX 123370 Addis Ababa 

n/a 

n/a 

bitewgebre@gmail.com 

+251-11-5547847 

0911-219640 

 

+251-11-5547847 

 

Freight Forwarding 

SEMEIN FREIGHT TRANSPORT 

PRIVATE OWNER'S ASSOCIATION 

n/a 

P.O.BOX 8759 Addis Ababa 

n/a 

n/a 

semienfreight@ethionet.et 

+251-11-2773889 

 

+251-11-2773889 

 

Freight Forwarding 

KALEB TRANSIT SERVICE 

ENTERPRISE 

n/a 

P.O.BOX 27603 CODE 1000 Addis Ababa 

n/a 

n/a 

rodat@ethionet.et 

+251-11-5151819 

0911-641888 

 

+251-11-5151437 

 

Freight Forwarding 

TEWODROS ETHIOPIA 

TRANSPORT 

n/a 

P.O.BOX 3107 Addis Ababa 

n/a 

n/a 

tewodrosethiopia_transport@ 

yahoo.com 

+251-11-5158155 

n/a 

+251-11-5515161 

 

Freight Forwarding 

YHAENU PLC 

n/a 

P.O.BOX 1778 CODE 1250 

Addis Ababa 

n/a 

n/a 

yhaenu@ethionet.et 

+251-11-2841426 

n/a 

+251-11-2841425 

 

Meeting & Accommodation 

Ethiopian Airlines Group Hotel (Skylight Hotel) 

Addis Ababa 

 

 

 

reservation@ethiopiaskylighthotel.com 

116818181 

 

 

 

https://www.ethiopianskylighthotel.com/ 

Meeting & Accommodation 

Magnolia Hotel 

Addis Ababa 

 

 

 

info@magnoliaaddis.com 

116-393-777 

 

 

 

 

Meeting & Accommodation 

Addis Ababa Hilton International 

Addis Ababa 

 

 

 

daniel.gelaw@hilton.com 

251 1 518400 

 

 

 

https://www.hilton.com/ 

Meeting & Accommodation 

Elilly International Hotel 

 

Addis Ababa 

 

 

 

tikdem.tesfaye@elillyhotel.com 
info@elillyhotel.com 

115587777/78/70/73 

 

 

 

https://elillyhotel.com/ 

Meeting & Accommodation 

Yoly Hotel PLC 

Addis Ababa 

 

 

 

tesf6363@gmail.com 

00251-6632828 

 

 

 

 

Meeting & Accommodation 

Nexus Hotel 

Addis Ababa 

 

 

 

info@nexusaddis.com 

116670067 

 

 

 

 

Meeting & Accommodation 

Harmony Hotel 

Addis Ababa 

 

 

 

info@harmonyhotelethiopia.com 

251 116183100 

 

 

 

 

Meeting & Accommodation 

The Emerald Addis Hotel PLC. Radisson Blu Hotel 

Addis Ababa 

 

 

 

info.addisababa@radissonblu.com 

 
reservations.addisababa@radissonblu.com 

 

251-115-157600  

 

 

 

 

Meeting & Accommodation 

Lexus Addis Hotels  
Capital Hotel and Spa 

Addis Ababa 

 

 

 

info@capitalhotelandspa.com 

 
sales@capitalhotelandspa.com 

116672100