Blink Logistics is handling the expansion project of Entebbe Airport

Conqueror Juba (South Sudan) and Kampala (Uganda) is also in charge of the logistics for the construction of Express Highway connecting Kampala to Entebbe International Airport

Blink Logistics, Conqueror Juba (South Sudan) and Kampala (Uganda), is now handling the movement of goods for the expansion project of Entebbe International Airport, Uganda. Furthermore, they are also acting as the logistics operator for the 51 Km Expressway which has been funded by the Chinese government. As stated by Barbara Nakandi Ampereza, Principal Commercial Executive of Blink Logistics, “The Entebbe airport expansion project is funded by the EXIM Bank and our company is in charge of transporting the shipments from Mombasa port to Entebbe. We are also handling air freight shipments through the Entebbe airport,”

China Communications Construction Company which is a Chinese multinational engineering company, contacted Blink Logistics for handling these special projects. The Express Highway project at Kampala is also funded by the Republic of China through EXIM Bank. “The Express Highway project is still underway and we intend to do our job successfully until the project completion. The fact that we have been chosen as one of the logistical service provider for China Communications Construction Company has indeed elevated our status as one of the top logistics companies in Juba and Kampala.” states Barbara.

Big congratulations to Blink Logistics for bagging these important projects!

Blink Logistics has become the logistics service provider for the upgrade of Masindi Oil Roads

The new road will connect to the oil fields in Masindi, and support the growth of Uganda’s oil and gas sector

Blink Logistics Limited, Conqueror Juba and Kampala, has been selected as the logistics service provider for the upgrade of a 120 km road. “The project at hand is not an easy one and our team is prepared to overcome any hurdles which might come in our way. We are extremely honoured to have been selected for such an immense assignment,” says Barbara Nakandi Ampereza, Principal Commercial Executive of Blink Logistics.

The project which is funded by the World Bank will connect this route to the oil fields of Masindi thereby aiding the development of the country’s oil and gas sector. Blink Logistics has been tasked with the movement of cargo from the Port of Mombasa through the Malaba border point to the customer’s site. Barbara further adds, “The project is still ongoing and will take some time to complete. Blink Logistics pledges to execute this job with utmost care and professionalism,”


Congratulations to Blink Logistics for garnering this important project!