Banjul (GMBJL)



portInfoDetails.portInfo.address34 Liberation Avenue P O Box 617 Banjul Gambia



portInfoDetails.portInfo.phone220 227266

portInfoDetails.portInfo.fax220 227268

portInfoDetails.portInfo.corporateOfiice34 Liberation Avenue P O Box 617 Banjul Gambia

portInfoDetails.portInfo.annualCargoTonnage1.5 million

portInfoDetails.portInfo.annualCargoVolume13.440 TEU

The Banjul seaport plays an important role in the country’s economy and accounts for almost 90% of the country’s trade in terms of volume and weight. The Port was established in 1972 and plays a vital role in the trade and distribution of cargo to neighboring countries, some of which are landlocked, such as Mali, Guinea Bissau, Senegal and Guinea Conakry.

There are no unique Country Requirements / Restrictions for this port.You can always reach out to us directly in case of any further queries.


CMA20301/300 USD
CMA203031>20 USD
CMA40301/300 USD
CMA403031>40 USD
CMA40HC301/300 USD
CMA40HC3031>40 USD
CMA20 Reefer141/140 USD
CMA20 Reefer1415>140 USD
CMA40 Reefer141/140 USD
CMA40 Reefer1415>280 USD
CMA40HC Reefer141/140 USD
CMA40HC Reefer1415>280 USD

Country Requirements & Restrictions
Prohibited imports include false or counterfeit money; indecent or obscene articles, matches containing white phosphorous; denatured spirits, unless duly certified; articles deceptively marked with Gambian coats of arms; advertisements for cures for cancer, tuberculosis or venereal/sexual diseases or complaints; distilled spirits containing specified essential oils or chemicals that are injurious to health; manufactures falsely labelled as of Gambian origin; firearms, ammunition etc., imported by post; goods that do not meet the Gambian Bureau of Standards requirements or that are certified by a public medical officer as hazardous to health; seditious, scandalous or immoral literature; waste and sludge deposits; any goods prohibited under the terms of any international convention to which The Gambia is a signatory; skimmed milk, if not clearly identified; any organic phosphorous compound; and "exhausted" tea. Imports of the following goods are conditionally restricted: tear gas and similar substances, and their propellants, other than permitted by the Minister of Interior; alcoholic spirits, unless certified as aged in wood for at least three years (however, no certificate is needed for bitters, liqueurs, cordials, gin, Geneva, hollands schnapps, rum, or spirits imported for medical, industrial or scientific purposes); postal franking machines, except as permitted by GAMPOST; Boy Scout or Girl Guide badges, except under permission of the relevant Commissioner; firearms silencers, except as permitted by the Minister of Interior; precious metals from Sierra Leone, Liberia, Guinea Conakry, Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana, Nigeria, Niger, Mauritania, Cape Verde, except under permit from the Minister of Finance; used motor vehicles, except with official certificate of roadworthiness; machines for duplicating keys; handcuffs, except under licence by the Minister of Interior; live fish not native to The Gambia, except under licence by the Minister of Fisheries; and any goods prohibited under the terms of any international convention to which The Gambia is a signatory.

Number of free days

CMA2031/30 USD
CMA2034>27 USD
CMA4031/30 USD
CMA4034>54 USD
CMA40HC31/30 USD
CMA40HC34>54 USD
CMA20 Reefer31/30 USD
CMA20 Reefer34>220 USD
CMA40 Reefer31/30 USD
CMA40 Reefer34>340 USD
CMA40HC Reefer31/30 USD
CMA40HC Reefer34>340 USD


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