Cargo | Oil & Gas Expo Kenya 2024

Cargo Information

Please note that exhibition cargo is not a responsibility of the organizers. Information below is for your assistance only. You may deal directly with the agents listed below or your regular forwarding agent in your country who has a counterpart in Kenya.

If the samples are not bulky, exhibitors are advised to carry them as personal baggage. This will save money as sending air / sea cargo is more expensive than paying for extra baggage.

All exhibitors must send a sample invoice / packing list before shipping / air freighting the goods, by email / fax to the clearing agents to get an approximate value of all charges involved and advice on values declared. Exhibitors must write to all Clearing Agents for guidelines on all documents required, which may include Invoice, Packing List, Certificate of Origin, appropriate certificates for food, medical, restricted and prohibited goods.

The exhibitors must pay cargo charges directly or through their forwarding agents, by telex transfer or by cash, in Nairobi, prior to receiving the goods. The clearing agents may not release your goods to you otherwise. Goods are usually provided to exhibitor's stands unless advised differently.

Goods should not be much under-invoiced as customs may put their own value, if not satisfied with the invoice value declared by the exhibitor. Please consult the clearing agents for their advice, if necessary.

For promotional items such as brochures, small giveaways, display stands etc., please declare a small value.

All goods should reach the port at least 15 days and airport at least 10 days prior to the opening of the exhibition, to ensure that the goods are cleared in time.

Exhibition samples and stand construction materials should be packed and declared separately from goods for test sales.

A small advice to all exhibitors worldwide is to always carry some brochures / business cards / posters etc. as hand baggage so that they are not empty handed at their stand, if their cargo or personal baggage is delayed / lost etc. It is important that all precautions are taken to ensure that your investment is not wasted.

Exhibitors should note that Expogroup will not pay any duties/ taxes declared for their goods. Also, all duties and taxes are fixed by the Government and are non-negotiable.

All Cargo should be addressed to:-
Oil & Gas Kenya 2024
Exposure Events and Publications Ltd
6th Floor, Westlands Business Park - Chiromo Lane, Westlands
P.O. Box: 37994 - 00100, Nairobi Kenya
Mobile: +254 722 886 376
Associated International Movers Ltd (AIM)
Wilson Airport, Langata Road
P.O.Box 23168-00100
Email: / /
Tel:+254 722 300 685 / +254 733 300 685 / +254 715 220 000
Contact Person:Lawrence Thiongo
Mitchell Cotts Freight Kenya Limited
Airport South Road, P.O. Box 30085 -00100 Nairobi /
Tel:+254 730 110 000 / +254722743448
Contact Person:Alice Kang'arua

Note: Please mention on consignment(s) "FOR EXHIBITION". Courier or customs charges, if any, will need to be paid by the exhibitor in advance.


Expogroup is a full service exhibition organiser with over 28 Years experience in International trade exhibitions. Our current portfolio includes 28 annual exhibitions from a diverse range of industries being held across the Middle East & Africa.

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