Shipping company responses to the report P for Plunder 2022

The WSRW report P for Plunder 2022 to be published in April 2022 will contain information on all vessels that departed occupied Western Sahara from 1 January 2021 to 31 December 2021.

27 February 2022

Below are the letters that WSRW has sent to the operators responsible for these vessels. Answers that we are to receive will be published underneath.

Letter from WSRW to ADNOC Logistics & Services, 25.02.2022
Letter from NSCWS to Belships ASA, 22.02.2022
Letter from WSRW to Cargill International SA, 25.02.2022
Letter from WSRW to Common Progress Compania, 25.02.2022
Letter from WSRW to Empire Bulkers Ltd, 25.02.2022
Letter from WSRW to FML Ship Management Ltd, 25.02.2022
Letter from WSRW to Franbo Sagacity SA, 25.02.2022
Letter from WSRW to Grindrod Shipping Pte Ltd, 25.02.2022
Letter from WSRW to Hadley Shipping Co Ltd, 25.02.2022
Letter from WSRW to Hamburger Lloyd, 25.02.2022
Letter from WSRW to Ince Denizcilik ve Ticaret AS, 25.02.2022
Letter from WSRW to Sea World Management & Trading Inc, 25.02.2022
Letter from WSRW to Technomar Shipping Inc, 25.02.2022
Letter from WSRW to Unisea Shipping Ltd, 25.02.2022
Letter from WSRW to White Sea Navigation SA, 25.02.2022
Letter from WSRW to Wisdom Marine Lines SA, 25.02.2022
Letter from terre des hommes to Reederei Zurich, 05.10.2021

 

 

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