We advise international businesses, companies and corporations on the procedures and processes for the profitable export, import, marketing, sales and distribution of products and goods through the tax and duty free trade zones in Equatorial Guinea.
The capital city of Equatorial Guinea is Malabo and other major towns and cities include Bata, Ebebiyin, Aconibe, Anisoc Major Imports, Exports, Industries & Business Opportunities in Equatorial Guinea, Luba, Evinayong, Mongomo, Mengomeyen, Micomeseng, Rebola, Bidjabidjan, Nsok, Cogo and Palea
Major Imports, Exports, Industries & Business Opportunities in Equatorial Guinea
The economy of Equatorial Guinea is based on agriculture. Hunting of wildlife is also engaged in on a large scale. The principal exports are: petroleum, lumber, cocoa, and coffee; whilst palm oil, cassava, bananas, and fish are farmed for domestic purposes in Equatorial Guinea
The main industries of Equatorial Guinea include: petroleum, agricultural products and wood processing complexes. The Equatorial Guinea capital and main port is Malabo.
Business, Commercial & Trade Investment Opportunities in Equatorial Guinea
Equatorial Guinea is bordered to the north by the Cameroon, and to the south by Gabon. Its islands contain rich volcanic lava soil, lakes, craters and cones, culminating in a redundant volcano of about 3000 metres high.
Equatorial Guinea consists of a collection of islands off the African West Coast, with a total landmass of about 28,052 square kilometres. The climate is tropical, with an average temperature of 790F or 260C. Dense tropical rain forest occupies the bulk of its mainland area; in which are found: About 140 varieties of trees including mahoganies and walnut. There is also a teeming wildlife population within its land forests and island coastal mangrove swamps, which include: monkeys, leopards, crocodiles, gorillas.
Duty Free Trade Zones – Starting an Import Export Business in Equatorial Guinea
We offer consultancy services on every aspect of importing, exporting and distributing into the West African market, including supplier selection, sourcing trading partners, contract negotiation, favourable shipping terms, carrier and route selection, licensing, customs clearance, warehousing, sales and distribution, as well as any other area of concern for your company