Gustro Limited has two sales points, Gustro Book shop on the 1st floor and Gustro Wholesale on the ground floor. Both these sales points are housed within Gustro Book Centre, the home of Gustro Limited.
Yes, a cash discount of 25% for valid book selling businesses with current trading licences and a certificate of incorporation.
With the increasing depreciation of the Uganda shilling against the US dollar, Gustro Limited has had to revise these terms and will now negotiate on an individual basis in the form of a letter beginning January 2017.
Yes, Gustro Limited warehouses books for publishers who we distribute for and we also house consolidation books for projects.
Currently, Gustro Book Centre has 7 out of 7 offices leased by the following tenants.
Office 1: Spotlight Publications (U) Ltd
Office 2: Oxford University Press
Office 3: Tula Publishing Limited
Office 4: McGraw Hill Publications
Office 5: Africa Connection Limited
Office 6: Gustro Limited
Office 7: East African Educational Publishers
Radar Education Limited
Direct payment can be made into the Gustro Limited accounts at Standard Chartered, Stanbic Bank and Bank of Africa (U) Ltd after receipt of your proforma invoice.
Gustro Limited now has two registered Mobile Money numbers for the convenience of you, our valued customer.
Avoid long queues at the bank and let your phone do the walking.
Currently Gustro Limited does not sell eBooks but our IT staff are looking into this.
Our IT staff is preparing a platform for secure online payment of books.
Gustro Limited submits pre-qualification documents for tenders advertised by the Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Sports in order to be awarded tenders.
Yes, Gustro Limited offers delivery for purchases not exceeding one box to locations within Kampala city center during business hours, at an additional cost. This cost varies based on the delivery location(s) but rates are based on going boda boda charges.
Please see that delivery costs are included in your payment.
Gustro Limited is not liable for the loss of any property left unattended. Customers and visitors are advised to mind their property at all times.