Welcome To Hansa Engineering Limited

Hansa Engineering Limited has been formed to provide multi-product and multi-service solutions to a large number of industries across Uganda. Our expertise in multiple fields enables us to offer A to Z solutions right from product delivery to value added services and everything in between. Hansa Engineering Limited is an ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015 & OHSAS 18001:2007 Certified company. Enabling you to handle business challenges with ease, our team is forever ready to assist in product and service delivery with its innate understanding of the market. Hansa aims to be a market leader in the On Highway and Off Highway segments and has the backbone of a well-built infrastructure for the same.

News & Updates


Economic & Political

Uganda: Pictorial – Museveni Makes Nostalgic Visit to Mozambique

Pictorial: President Yoweri Museveni has concluded a three-day visit to Mozambique, whose highlight was a visit to the famous Montepuez Barracks where Museveni led 28 FRONASA youth in training in 1976. Museveni’s trip to Mozambique was partly to thank the Mozambique Liberation Front (FRELIMO) for their role in the liberation movements across the continent. FRELIMO helped shape Uganda’s Front for National Salvation (FRONASA), which was part of the foundation of Uganda’s National Liberation Army (UNLA), National Resistance Army (NRA), and later the Uganda People’s Defence Forces (UPDF). DAY 1: Arrival at Maputo, bilateral discussions, address to the Maputo Municipal Council. DAY 2: Visit to Mozambique National Assembly, the Heroes’ Memorial Square, and the military club .


UN turns to direct money transfers to pay refugees

The UN Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) has started direct money transfers to refugees, a move the agency says is cost-effective and secure. In a pilot that was successfully done in Bidi Bidi Settlement Camp, the biggest area accommodating South Sudanese in West Nile, at least 15,000 refugees were paid monthly stipends using mobile money.  Beneficiaries received eight instalments of $38 (Shs136,800) per month. “Physical cash is expensive. You have to pay a bullion van and [security]. Compare that to a click of a button,” Ms Delia Dean Adam, the UNCDF value chain and digital finance consultant, said.  She said making refugees line up for cash, is not “dignified” as majority are children and elderly.  Uganda is home to about a million refugees from South Sudan, DR Congo and Rwanda, among others.


Business & Industry Related

Court awards Shs50m to sacked KCC employees

Kampala. The High Court in Kampala has awarded Shs50m to 10 former employees of the defunct Kampala City Council (KCC), who were sacked three months after it was changed to Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) in 2011. Justice Lydia Mugambe in her judgment, held that their termination was embarrassing and inconvenienced them financially. To that effect, the judge ordered both the KCCA and government to jointly compensate the affected former workers for having been their source of pain and suffering for this long. The affected ex KCC workers are; Justine Kasule, Robinah Kayongo Kayondo, Simon Muhumuza, Geoffrey Ndaula, Angella Semembo, Godfrey Musisi Kiregga, Brain Ssegawa, Frank Waidha, Frank Kaitale and Geoffrey Kiiza.


Current budget planning outdated, says Suruma

The current national budget framework paper is outdated as it focuses on problems that Uganda first encountered 30 years ago, Dr Ezra Suruma, a senior presidential advisor and former minister of Finance, has said.  Speaking during the 8th Annual High Level Policy Dialogue in Kampala last week, Dr Surma said the current macroeconomic stability budgeting does not help amid rising unemployment and poverty.  “Uganda’s current problem is employment. People need jobs. I don’t think the budget framework paper puts priority on employment. There is need to ensure that every household has sufficient income,” he said.  The budget framework paper is government’s overall strategy document that provides the link between policies and expenditure planning.  According to Dr Suruma, there are fundamental inconsistencies in national planning that are a mismatch with the current economic fundamentals.