Established under the leadership of Asif Abdulla, Primefuels is recognised as a trustworthy and professional logistics supplier provider of bulk liquid, dry cargo and petroleum supply, to various markets in the East Africa region. Although there are numerous players in the oil industry, Primefuels is unique because they enjoy the distinction of being the only company in the region which has significant footprint together with major assets and skilled expertise for both road and rail routes.
They began their endeavour with a modest quantity of 6 International Maritime Organization (IMO) tanks in the Kenyan territory. In the year 2001, Primefuels expanded services in Tanzania. Since then, the company has come a long way. Presently, they have a large fleet of 340 trucks and trailers in addition to 250 IMO and LPG tanks. And this fleet is capably managed by our strong team of professionals.
Primefuels has an experienced and broadly based management team supported by a wide range of technical and market skills. This results in robust organisational capability to ensure successful delivery of logistical solutions for their client base in challenging environments. They have on ground local teams of specialists with significant sector expertise.
Their current and past experience of related work covers the depth and breadth of East Africa. They have particular experience in the energy and defence sector across the complete East/Central Africa region, where clients demand for their service providers to be driven by a focus on client service, culture of continuous improvement, reliability and safety, whilst operating to a stringent safety and operational standard.
Please find below a location map, detailing the proximity of their East African operations from the major port loading facilities. This highlights the convenient distance, which provides assurance to you for ready access to their assets and employees giving tremendous flexibility.
From central hubs in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania and Mombasa, Kenya Primefuels has concentrated on the development of four (4) trans-national supply and distribution channels in the East/Central Africa region:
Dar es Salaam (Tanzania) -> Lake Victoria –> Uganda -> Rwanda/DR Congo
Dar es Salaam -> Zambia –> DR Congo -> Malawi
Mombasa (Kenya) -> Kampala –> Rwanda –> Eastern DR Congo and South Sudan
Beira (Mozambique) -> Zambia –> Zimbabwe -> DR Congo -> Malawi