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Chairman Of the Port

As the hub of a logistics network which extends across the Horn of Africa, the Port of Berbera is Somaliland’s only container and general cargo port and a crucial supply chain interface for the region. 

Handling all of the nation’s container trade, the Port of Berbera is one of Somaliland’s key economic assets and supports directly over 2,000 full time jobs.

The Port Development Strategy builds on the experience of the past years and provides a conceptual framework for efficiently handling the long-term freight task at the Port of Berbera.

Eng: Ahmed Yusuf Diri Port Manager

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Port Contacts


For more information please contact

South coast of the Gulf of Aden Berbera-Somaliland

+252 2 740224

+252 2 740333



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Berbera Port management has considerably evolved over the last two decades; a period marked by increased concentration in the Port operation section. The world economy has become increasingly dependent upon the efficiency of maritime transports and ports.


The port Authority strives to maximize the added value that the Port of Berbera generates for the country and the region, in long-term way. It also has the mission of strengthening the port’s competitive position by offering a high-quality, uninterrupted service and suitably developed infrastructure.

Berbera port facilities encompass more than 600 meters with terminal for containers, general cargo, office buildings and other properties. The port also provides to its customers the following facilities and services:

Core values

To answer the growing needs of shipping companies and shippers, the port of berbera has undertaken an ambitious development program of the ports facilities and equipments, which will last for many years.

the berbera port owned and operated by the republic of somaliland; it is the largest employer, generating more than 2000 jobs and is the economic engine of the country. the port has a constant interaction between private and public sectors.



 Sheep & Goats

 Cattle

 Camels


 Scraps

 Beenyo (Myth gums



 Sugar, Rice

 Wheat, Wheat Flour

 Pasta, Cooking Oil

 Building Materials

 Fuel, Vehicles & Parts

 Clothes