Colombia imports from Western Sahara
16.000 tonnes were received in October.
Published 25 October 2008

On 11th of October 2008, the vessel \'Ansac Spirit\' arrived the harbour of Baranquilla, Colombia.

\'Ansac Spirit\' discharged 16.000 tonnes of phosphates, originating from occupied Western Sahara.

The ship is registered on Antigua and Bermuda registered with IMO number 9227857. Agent was Bulk Maritime Agencies Limitada.

The owner used to be Wieczorek Reederei, Hamburg, Germany, but it is unclear if this is still the case.

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