4th shipment to Colombia this year

Colombia has received 4 vessels with phosphates from occupied Western Sahara this year. The last one end of June 2008. This time, the vessel was Greek.
Published: 11.07 - 2008 17:06Printer version    
On 25th of June 2008, the vessel 'Danos Z' (IMO number 9227833) arrived Baranquilla, Colombia, carrying 15.000 tonnes of phosphates from occupied Western Sahara.

This is the 4th shipment to Colombia so far this year.

The 2001 built vessel is owned by the Greek company Danos Shipping SA, and operated/managed by Dalomar. Flag state Malta.

See details of the vessel here.

Dalomar has these contact details:

107 Vouliagmenis Ave.
Glyfada 166 74
Athens Greece
Ôel: +30-210.8939030
Fax +30-210.8939097

Photo above is taken in Panama Canal on 04 Oct 2005, by Sergey Bykov/




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