List of companies of Sudan
Sudan, officially the Republic of the Sudan, is a country in North Africa, bordered by Egypt to the north, the Red Sea, Eritrea and Ethiopia to the east, South Sudan to the south, the Central African Republic to the southwest, Chad to the west and Libya to the northwest. In 2010, Sudan was considered the 17th-fastest-growing economy in the world and the rapid development of the country largely from oil profits even when facing international sanctions was noted by The New York Times in a 2006 article. Because of the secession of South Sudan, which contained over 80 percent of Sudan's oilfields, the economic forecast for Sudan in 2011 and beyond is uncertain.
This list includes notable companies with primary headquarters located in the country. The industry and sector follow the Industry Classification Benchmark taxonomy. Organizations which have ceased operations are included and noted as defunct.
|Air West||Consumer services||Travel & leisure||Khartoum||1992||Airline|
|Al Shamal Islamic Bank||Financials||Banks||Khartoum||1983||Islamic bank|
|Azza Transport||Industrials||Industrial transportation||Khartoum||1993||Cargo airline|
|Badr Airlines||Consumer services||Travel & leisure||Khartoum||2004||Airline|
|Bank of Khartoum||Financials||Banks||Khartoum||1913|
|Bank of Sudan||Financials||Banks||Khartoum||1960||Central bank|
|Blue Bird Aviation||Consumer services||Travel & leisure||Khartoum||1989||Charter airline|
|Dove Air Services||Consumer services||Travel & leisure||Khartoum||2007||Charter airline|
|Greater Nile Petroleum Operating Company||Oil & gas||Oil & gas producers||Khartoum||1997|
|Green Flag Airlines||Consumer services||Travel & leisure||Khartoum||1992|
|Juba Air Cargo||Industrials||Industrial transportation||Khartoum||1996||Cargo airline|
|Marsland Aviation||Consumer services||Travel & leisure||Khartoum||2001||Airline, defunct 2013|
|Mid Airlines||Consumer services||Travel & leisure||Khartoum||2002||Charter airline|
|Military Industry Corporation||Industrials||Aerospace & defense||Khartoum||1993||State-owned defense|
|National Bank of Sudan||Financials||Banks||Khartoum||1983||Private bank|
|Nova Airways||Consumer services||Travel & leisure||Khartoum||2000||Passenger airline|
|PetroDar||Oil & gas||Oil & gas producers||Khartoum||2001|
|Sea Ports Corporation, Sudan||Industrials||Industrial transportation||Port Sudan||1974|
|Southern Star Airlines (defunct)||Consumer services||Travel & leisure||Juba||2011||Airline, defunct 2011|
|Sudan Airways||Consumer services||Travel & leisure||Khartoum||1946||National airline|
|Sudan Khartoum Refinery Company||Oil & gas||Oil & gas producers||Khartoum||1997|
|Sudani One||Telecommunications||Mobile telecommunications||Khartoum||2009|
|Sudapak||Oil & gas||Oil & gas producers||Khartoum||2003|
|Sudapet||Oil & gas||Oil & gas producers||Khartoum||1997|
|Sudatel||Telecommunications||Fixed line telecommunications||Khartoum||1993|
|Sun Air||Consumer services||Travel & leisure||Khartoum||2008||Private airline|
|Tarco Airlines||Consumer services||Travel & leisure||Khartoum||2009||Airline|
|White Nile Petroleum Operating Company||Oil & gas||Oil & gas producers||Khartoum||2001|
|Zain Sudan||Telecommunications||Mobile telecommunications||Khartoum||1996|
Development in Khartoum.
- "Economy". Government of South Sudan. 20 October 2009. Archived from the original on 13 July 2011.
- (registration required) Gettleman, Jeffrey (24 October 2006). "War in Sudan? Not Where the Oil Wealth Flows". The New York Times. Retrieved 24 May 2010.
- Media related to Companies of Sudan at Wikimedia Commons