ABOUT TAIFA GAS

TAIFA GAS TANZANIA LIMITED (TAIFA GAS) started as MIHAN GAS COMPANY LIMITED (MIHAN GAS) and was incorporated on 19th May 2005, with certificate of incorporation number 52508 under the Companies Ordinance (Cap 212) as a limited company in the United Republic of Tanzania.

The Company spent two years in its initial startup investment and eventually started business in the market in year 2008. The Company was sold by founders and the process of acquiring and transfer to the new owners was completed in Dec, 2017.

The company name was changed from MIHAN GAS COMPANY LIMITED to TAIFA GAS TANZANIA LIMITED IN 20th March 2019 to reflect company’s new vision. Taifa Gas Tanzania Limited will introduce Taifa Gas brand and also continue to trade in Mihan Gas brand which is seen in its Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) cylinders.

Wherever we operate, be a leading company that positively impact people’s lives through provision of clean energy that sustains human development and protects environment.

Taifa Gas is committed to deliver clean energy to every door -step by ensuring product availability, affordability and awareness through effective investment.

We Care for people and environment

We operate with high Integrity in whatever we do

We operate in a Transparent manner

We deliver high quality level of service with Commitment

Through Innovation, we always strive to improve

Taifa Gas LPG facilities in Tanzania.

The Company in the year 2017 and year 2018 imported 28,810MT and 39,349MT respectively of LPG for its business in Tanzania.

The company product is widely distributed in Tanzania market using company depots, sales points and company distributors. The company is leading in facility investment and widely distribution network in the country.

Currently in terms of sales volume it is the second in terms of market share in local LPG market. Through its huge investment and efforts to converts Tanzanians from Charcoal and fire wood into LPG use, in next few years, Taifa Gas shall be the biggest LPG company in Tanzania in both facilities and market share with its services extended to millions of Tanzanians across the country.