Shipping company responses to the report P for Plunder 2023

The WSRW report P for Plunder 2023 to be published in April 2023 will contain information on all vessels that departed occupied Western Sahara from 1 January 2022 to 31 December 2022.

06 February 2023

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

Letter from WSRW to Berge Bulk, 09.03.2023
Letter from WSRW to Cargill, 09.03.2023
Letter from WSRW to China Development Bank, 09.03.2023 (Operator CL Huizou is a subsidiary of CDB Financial Leasing Co Ltd, which is subsidiary of China Development Bank)
Letter from WSRW to Diligent Holdings, 09.03.2023
Letter from WSRW to FCN Management, 09.03.2023
Letter from WSRW to Goldenport Shipmanagement, 09.03.2023
Letter from WSRW to Lemissoler Navigation, 09.03.2023
Letter from WSRW to Navina Maritime, 09.03.2023
Letter from WSRW to Nissen Kaiun Co Ltd, 20.09.2022
Letter from WSRW to Oldendorff Carriers, 09.03.2023
Letter from WSRW to Roth Reederei, 09.03.2023
Letter from WSRW to Thoresen & Co, 09.03.2023
Letter from WSRW to Tokei Kaiun, 09.03.2023
Letter from WSRW to Trade Fortune, 09.03.2023
Letter from WSRW to Ultrabulk, 09.03.2023
Letter from terre des hommes to Reederei Zurich AG, 09.03.2023

SRI update

The following overview enlists stock-exchange registered companies currently operating in Western Sahara. Updated 15 February 2024.

15 February 2024

GE Vernova plans green hydrogen project in occupied Western Sahara

A subsidiary of US company General Electric is partnering with the government of Morocco for an infrastructure project in the illegally occupied Western Sahara. 

15 February 2024

HDF uses Morocco campaigner to defend controversy

WSRW has never received a response that politically propagated the occupation to the degree as the one received from a French campaigner for Morocco on behalf of renewable energy company HDF Energy. 

09 February 2024

Why WSRW will not take part in EU's Western Sahara trade review

WSRW has been invited to contribute to an EU Commission document on trade with Moroccan interests in occupied Western Sahara. This is why we reject taking part. 

19 January 2024