Incitec Pivot is receiving one more controversial phosphate shipment from occupied Western Sahara.
The vessel was reported on the homepages of the Ports of Tees & Hartlepool in the UK, on the 9th of November 2008, heading for El Aaiun, Western Sahara (see registry above).
Now, the vessel is heading for Portland, Australia. It is scheduled to arrive on December 26th this year, then arriving at Geelong on December 28th.
The export of phosphate rock from occupied Western Sahara has never been lower than in 2019. This is revealed in the new WSRW report P for Plunder, published today.
Morocco shipped 1.93 million tonnes of phosphate out of occupied Western Sahara in 2018, worth an estimated $164 million, new report shows. Here is all you need to know about the volume, values, vessels and clients.
Morocco shipped over 1.5 million tonnes of phosphate out of occupied Western Sahara in 2017, to the tune of over $142 million. But the number of international importers of the contentious conflict mineral is waning, WSRW's annual report shows.