“Largest Two Ports in Uganda”

Find Major Ugandan Port

Uganda, a landlocked country in East Africa located in the Great Lakes area of Africa. Neighboring countries include South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Rwanda, Kenya, and Tanzania. The country’s southern region comprises a large chunk of Lake Victoria. It has a population of around 42,000,000 people.

Uganda ports and terminals have a variety of operating structures and objectives that are critical to the performance of the economy and maritime traffic. The Ugandan ports authority manages the seaport, which the Ugandan government controls.

If you want to ship to and from Uganda by sea, you should check this list.

Port Bell
Port Bell
Kampala, Uganda

Port Bell, also known as Bell Port, Is located in Uganda’s Central Region, Kampala District. Its latitude is 0.2924100, and its longitude is 32.6595200.

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  • Geographical Coordination: 0°17′30.88″North 32°39′16.06″East
  • Main route: Jinja, Kisumu, Musoma, and Mwanza
  • Comprise rail link and road ferry wharf used for international routes
Tororo Inland Port
Tororo Inland Port

The Tororo Inland Port is a dry port located in Uganda’s inland region. Containers heading for Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Southern Sudan, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo will be stored at the port.

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  • Kenya’s Great Lakes Ports Limited own and operate the port
  • The port will replace Uganda’s ten or so storage facilities for storing containers
  • Tororo Inland Port passed customs clearance and other importation procedures
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