Union Chambers of
Established in 1908 The Sudan Chamber of Commerce has been supplying services to the
private sector for ages. In 1912, a very fine printed Trade Bulletin was issued providing
on regular bases trade information and different commercial and social topics.
It is just a few years ago that people
considered the importance of Chambers and their role in the process of development. Under
these new conditions of technological progress, and what is known as the New Global
System, the importance of being together (grouping) is growing day by day. Within the
coming few years there will be no chance of survival for those working alone. This is
emphasized in the newly formed world organizations and treaties. Our organization is a
major one among them.
On the other hand this sort of work needs
comprehensive forms of cooperation between the members. To fulfill the terms of any
agreement all parties should at least be standing on the same grounds and operating from
the same level.
We in the Union of Sudanese Chambers of
Commerce understand and appreciate the role of the Regional Economic Organizations such as
COMESA in developing trade among the member countries in the region. we have to be clear
and honest to tell state we have recruited a skilled staff in our Union.
The Union Chambers of Commerce consist of
five Chambers: -
Embrace around nine divisions of the
Exporters of Agriculture Products, Live Animal, Meat and Meat preparations, Industrial
Consist of around seven divisions: -
Electronics Electrical Equipment
Heavy Machinery cars, Spare Parts
According to the Local Markets this chamber
covers all the wholesalers the local Sudanese Markets
Like the wholesalers its member is all
retail shops and stores
5-Economic Services Chamber
It is the one of the biggest chamber in
Sudan because it covers all the services to be rendered to the local citizens, Tourism
Agents, Cafes and Restaurants, etc
The functions of
the Union Chambers of Commerce: -
Collect and disseminate information
useful for trade in Sudan.
To give such information and statistics
as may be in its power to the Government when asked.
To intervene with government in all
matters affecting the general interests of trade and in all ways to be watch of the
interests of Trade in the Sudan/
To give advice on questions relating to
To correspond with other Chambers of
Commerce when necessary and to deal with such trade inquiries as may be received from time
To assist in the arrangement of
arbitration and conciliation in cases of commercial disputes when so requested.
To issue Certificate of Origin when these
For more information about UCC, Please contact
Union of Chambers of
P.O.Box: 81, Khartoum
Tel: (24911) 772346 - 776518 - 781886
Fax: (24911) 780748 / 776518
URL Address: www.sudanchamber.org/
General Manager: Mr. Ibrahim Mohamed Othman Al-Nas
Coordinator: Mr. Ashraf Abdul_Bari Mutawakel