Youngline Kenya was established in 1999 with a view of providing wholistic and professional cargo export logistics, Customs documentations and investment in Kenya. Youngline Kenya has proved to be reliable, efficient and competitive in cost. We have well trained staff, equipments, trucks and warehouses that place Youngline Kenya above its competitors
- Youngline Kenya has cordial working relationship with government agencies like KRA, KEPHIS etc.
Youngline Kenya is the ONLY logistics company in Kenya that has agreements with ALL airlines in Kenya. We are members of IATA,FIATA and CASS.
- To exceed our customer’s expectations by continuously providing professional, efficient and reliable services.
|USA / CANADA||$340||$10.10||$8.90||$7.70|
|EUROPE / MIDDLE EAST||$340||$9.40||$8.20||$7.00|
|FAR EAST / AUSTRALIA/SOUTH AMERICA||$340||$11.90||$10.70||$9.50|
“Ask us any product and it shall be provided”
Kenya is a signatory to a large and growing number of tax treaties and investment promotion and protection Agreements such as the Multilateral Trade System (MTS), and the Africa Growth and Opportunities Act.Others include AGOA,COMESA,MFN,ACP-EU,East Africa Community etc. This allows exports from Kenya to enjoy preferential access to world markets under a number of special access and duty reduction programs..
Since independence, Kenya has maintained remarkable stability despite changes in its political system. Since the re-emergence of multiparty democracy and promulgation of a new constitution in 2011, Kenyans have enjoyed an increased degree of freedom.
Kenya prides itself in its large pool of highly educated, skilled and sought after work force in Africa, trained from within the country in institutions around the world.
Kenya is the leading economy in East Africa. Kenya’s strategic location and its well-developed business infrastructure make it a natural choice for investors and many international firms have made it their regional hub. This grants investor’s access to the larger East African Community and regional markets with access to over 385 million consumers. Nairobi is also a major transport Hub in East Africa with Connections from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport to Major Destinations around the world. All these are coupled with a convenient Time zone of (GMT +3).It has beautiful flora and fauna,and much sought favourable climatic conditions in additional to readily available natural raw materials e.g. water.
Kenya has a good road,rail and air network connecting major world cities and markets. Plan is under-way to construct modern rail and roads connecting East Africa communities. Major airlines fly to Kenya as a window to East and Central Africa.
Kenya society is known worldwide as welcoming,charming and dynamic. Any positive investment will definitely receive social support and goodwill from leaders,culture and society at large.
Agriculture is the mainstay of the Kenyan economy directly contributing 26 per cent of the GDP annually, and another 25 per cent indirectly. The sector accounts for 65 per cent of Kenya’s total exports and provides more than 70 per cent of informal employment in the rural areas. The sector comprises crops, livestock, fisheries, land, water, cooperatives, environment, regional development and forestry sub sectors. It also includes the development of arid and semi-arid lands
Tourism is one of Kenya's leading foreign exchange earner and third largest contributor to the GDP after agriculture and manufacturing. The sector has been growing fast as a result of various factors such as liberalization, pacification of tourist markets and continued Government support.You can invest in hotels ,cottages, lodges,tour companies,aircrafts leasing,film making,private ranching with wild animals etc
Kenya has a well-developed building and construction industry with quality engineering, building and architectural design services being readily available. This industry is currently on an upward trend following re-habilitation and reconstruction of roads and bridges under the Kenya Urban Transport Infrastructure Program.Areas include real estates,road constructions,land buying,private hospitals,petrol stations among others.
Kenya ICT market is estimated at US$ 500 million and it is of note that companies such as Safaricom, followed Airtel into Kenya to continue servicing them. These companies are expected to expand into the region , given Kenya's its relative sophistication compared to neighboring markets, and in order to service clients' expansion plans into the EAC and beyond.You may bring in your Mobile service provider,computer assembly and software productions.
Kenyan financial sector comprises of Banking, Insurance,
Capital markets, Pension Schemes and Quasi-banking institutions
such as: Savings and Credit Cooperative Societies (SACCOs);
Microfinance Institutions (MFIs); Building Societies, Kenya
Post Office Savings Bank (KPOSB); Development Finance Institutions;
(DFIs) and informal financial services such as Rotating
Savings and Credit Associations (ROSCAs). Financial intermediation
in Kenya has continued to recorded high growth rates due
to increased lending as reflected by the rise in domestic
credit backed by significant financial innovation.,
Financial services are expected to play critical in the next 18 or so years by providing better intermediation between saving and investments
The readily availability of most raw materials make Kenya suitable for manufacturing plants,motor vehicle assembly,factories and other value addition establishments.
Kenya is endowed with natural resources that are available for exploitation eg.coal,oil exploration,electricity,geothermal,wind harnessing,mining of minerals and precious stones,water harvesting etc.
With a population of over 40 million,investing in roads e.g. buses,rail,air or boat will definitely give a considerable return.
Establishing private universities,colleges and other learning institutions for the growing population is in tendum with the current demand.
Kenya is known for its sporting prowess.One can establish a training camp,sports ware manufacturing,arenas,stadia,golf fields,academies ,balloon sports,formulae one fields among others.
One can establish his/her church branch or any other religious institution that is acceptable by society and authority.
The principal types of business enterprises in Kenya
In order to register your company, you will need to;
You will then be issued with a Certificate of Incorporation by the Registrar of Companies. For public companies, in addition to the Certificate of Incorporation, the Registrar will issue a Trading Certificate
OPENING A BRANCH OFFICE OF AN OVERSEAS COMPANY
An overseas company wishing to open a branch office in Kenya should deliver the following to the Registrar of Companies:
“YOUNGLINE KENYA will do all the formalities and legalities FOR YOU within 3(three)weeks”’,on agreeable terms.
JKIA,KAHL Building Office 153.