ETG Commodities started its operations in Zambia in the year 2007 with a vision to connect with the farmers and to offer the best price for their produce and meet the demands of the local millers within the country and overseas. Today ETG Commodities is recognised as the top traders of agri-commodities in Zambia.
In an effort to provide small-scale farmers with an alternative market, ETG Commodities Zambia buys a wide selection of grains including maize, rice, sunflower seeds and soya beans. With locations across Zambia, ETG aims to reach as many farmers as possible, especially those in rural areas that have difficulties finding a good market for their maize.
For most small-scale farmers, finding reliable buyers for their grains is challenging. ETG Commodities Zambia is committed to ensuring that all problems faced by farmers with grain marketing and the lack of buyers are over. Their team is dedicated to delivering an unmatched service and seeks to always find ways to meet each farmer’s business needs.
Contact person: Mr.Joseph Kunda
Contact number: +260 968 936681
Contact person: Mr. Chimpi Daka
Contact number: +260 975 151052
Contact person: Mr.Rutherford Mutumba
Contact number: +260 967 694154
Contact person: Mr.Mbita
Contact number: +260 976 807515
Contact person: Mr.Chirag
Contact number: +260 978 443623
Contact person: Mr.Likando Kabeta
Contact number: +260 979 336609
Contact person: Mr.James Banda
Contact number: +260 968 935707
Contact person: Mr.Pumulo
Contact number: +260 979 849956
Contact person: Mr.Banda
Contact number: +260 967 693899
Contact person: Mr.Nawinamo
Contact number: +260 967 692892
Contact person: Mr.Micheal
Contact number: +260
Contact person: Mr.Lufeto
Contact number: +260
ETG Southern Province
Mr. Jayram Reddy
Contact: +260 967 693481
ETG Western Province
Contact: +260 974 439747
Contact: +260 965 284250
Once ETG Commodities Zambia procures commodities from smallholder farmers through their strategically located centres, they then store them at their various warehouses.
Benefits for the farmer
Individual small-scale farmers may not earn sufficient income to transfer their grains to markets, the combined output of say 1,000 farmers or more creates significant scale for ETG’s strategically positioned warehouses, which reach into the remotest of regions.
Through ETG’s warehouse receipt system, farmers can deposit storable goods (usually grains or coffee) in exchange for a warehouse receipt. They will have peace of mind knowing that their commodity will not get damaged while they wait for a favourable market price for their commodity. They can also use this grain to leverage credit.
Apart from transporting its various commodities, business owners can rely on ETG to transport general containerised cargo, fertilisers, minerals, agricultural commodities and project cargo.
With a presence in more than 20 African countries, ETG Commodities Zambia has a mission to facilitate trade between Africa and India, China and the Middle East. ETG aspires to be an “End to End Logistics Service Provider”.