List of conglomerates in Uganda

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This is a list of conglomerates in Uganda. The conglomerates are listed in alphabetical order.

# Name Headquarters Nature or name of business
1 Alam Group[1] Kampala Sugar & Allied Industries Limited, Steel Rolling Mills Limited, Saimmco Limited, Crocodile Tool Company, Alam Property Limited, Rhino Footwear Limited, Casements Africa Limited, Roofclad Limited, Uganda Oxygas Limited, Kaliro Power Station[2]
2 Aya Group Kampala hotels, flour milling, transportation, international trade, bakery, mining[3][4]
3 BMK Group[5] Kampala hotels, real estate, motorcycle sales, construction machinery leasing
4 DFCU Group[6] Kampala banking, leasing, real estate, investments[7]
6 International Medical Group Kampala hospitals, medical services, universities, medical insurance
7 Madhvani Group[8] Kakira manufacturing, agribusiness, electricity generation, hotels & resorts, construction, insurance, security guards, aircraft maintenance, IT applications, tourism, packaging.
8 Mara Group[9] Nakasero real estate, information technology, mass media, hospitality, packaging, finance, banking
8 Mas Group[10] Bukoto Mas Consults & Associates,[11] information technology, mass media, yoSupermarket.com, [12] Transporter Corporation,[13] Animation (Pomp Motion Studios), Branding (Blue Magic Inc.)
9 Mukwano Group[14] Kampala manufacturing, agribusiness, banking
10 New Vision Group Kampala publishing, printing, broadcasting
11 Ruparelia Group[15] Kampala Crane Bank, hotels & resorts, schools, Victoria University, agribusiness, insurance, floriculture, real estate, investments.[16]
12 Simba Group[17] Kampala telecommunications, hotels & resorts, broadcasting, real estate, insurance, floriculture, electricity generation, investments[18]
13 Tirupati Development Uganda Limited[19] Kampala construction, real estate, agribusiness, shopping malls, investments[20]
14 Wavah Group[21] Kampala broadcasting, beverages, automobile dealerships, real estate, insurance, investments, textiles[22]
15 Mulwana Group[23][24] Kampala manufacturing, batteries, plastics, diary farming, milk processing, horticulture, real estate, investments[25]

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  6. ^ DFCU, . (11 July 2015). "DFCU Group: Who We Are". Kampala: DFCU Group. Retrieved 11 July 2015. 
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  12. ^ "yoSupermarket". yosupermarket.com. 
  13. ^ "Transporter Corporation". thetransporter.ug. 
  14. ^ Ngarambe, Alex (5 July 2014). "Rwanda tax on raw materials to affect price of cement". EastAfrican. Retrieved 6 August 2015. 
  15. ^ Jama, Vali (3 October 2012). "Ugandan Asians: The Making of Ruparelia Group". Daily Monitor. Retrieved 6 August 2015. 
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  18. ^ Mbanga, Jeff (19 June 2015). "I was like a child in a supermarket - Patrick Bitature". The African Report. Kampala. Retrieved 16 December 2015. 
  19. ^ Administrator (31 December 2010). "Tirupati, most successful property developer in Uganda, fosters a business and home ownership mentality". London: The Promota Magazine. Retrieved 11 July 2015. 
  20. ^ Musinguzi, John (10 February 2010). "Tirupati: The Regional Leader In Novelty". The Observer (Uganda). Retrieved 18 December 2015. 
  21. ^ Newvision (5 September 2015). "Wavamunno: Making of a successful businessman". New Vision. Kampala. Retrieved 16 December 2015. 
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