Gabon Imports, Exports & Business Investments
The capital city of Gabon is Libreville and other major towns and cities include Port-Gentil, Franceville, Oyem, Moanda, Mouila, Lambarene, Tchibanga, Koulamoutou, Makokou, Bitam, Tsogni, Gamba, Mounana and Ntoum
Major Imports, Exports, Industries & Business Investments In Gabon
The Gabon economy is based on a mixture of agriculture, industrial manufacturing, and forestry. Gabon’s dense tropical forests contain valuable trees which include: mahogany, kevazingo, and ebony. Main resource deposits in Gabon include: uranium, petroleum, natural gas, manganese, and iron ore.
Cassava, corn, peanuts, sugarcane, plantain, coffee, bananas, palm oil, and cocoa are farmed in Gabon for sale in the domestic market and for export to countries abroad.
Starting, Setting Up Or Developing A Business in Gabon?
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 Gabon
We offer consultancy services on every aspect of importing, exporting and distributing into the Gabon 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
Please contact us for a no obligation discussion regarding business and investment opportunities in Gabon, West Africa.
Main Travel, Holiday & Tourism Investment Opportunities in Gabon
Gabon straddles the equator, occupying a total landmass of 267,668 kilometres on the African West Coast. Cameroon and Equatorial Guinea border Gabon to the north, the Atlantic Ocean to the west, and Congo to the south. Gabon has humid tropical climate, with an average temperature of about 800F or 270C
Gabon contains a plateau straddling the country, and rising to about 600 metres at its peak, a mountain, Iboundji that is over 950 metres high, and rivers emptying into the Atlantic Ocean; the total landscape being punctuated by its dense tropical forests