New shipment to the USA
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The US-Canadian fertilizer producer PCS Nitrogen continues its phosphate rock imports from occupied Western Sahara. Before the Christmas holidays it received another big vessel.
Published 03 January 2008

The vessel, "Fortune Lady", arrived the US on 17th of December with phosphates to the PCS Nitrogen.

According to the US customs, the vessel had come from a "port not on file". Western Sahara Resource Watch knows that the vessel indeed is carrying phosphates from Western Sahara.

"Fortune Lady has IMO number 9149366 and call sign VRWL5, and is operated and owned by Fortune Lady Navigation.

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