Shipping company responses to the report P for Plunder 2020
The WSRW report P for Plunder 2020 to be published in February 2020 will contain information on all 20 vessels that departed occupied Western Sahara from 1 January 2019 to 31 December 2019.
Published: 09.01 - 2020 13:43Printer version    
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 AmoysailingMaritime Co Ltd, 09.01.2020

Letter from WSRW to Chandris Hellas Inc, 09.01.2020

Letter from WSRW to China Navigation Co Pte Ltd, 09.01.2020

Letter from WSRW to Fednav Ltd, 09.01.2020

Letter from WSRW to Global Carriers Ltd, 09.01.2020

Letter from WSRW to HBC Asia Pte Ltd, 09.01.2020

Letter from WSRW to Hyundai Glovis Ltd, 09.01.2020

Letter from WSRW to Ionic Shipping Mgmt Inc, 09.01.2020

Letter from WSRW to Pasifik Gemi Isletmeciligi ve Ticaret A.S., 09.01.2020

Letter from WSRW to Kmarin, 09.01.2020

Letter from WSRW to Navina Maritime SA, 09.01.2020

Letter from WSRW to Nova Marine Carriers SA, 09.01.2020

Letter from WSRW to Olympic Shipping & Management, 09.01.2020

Letter from WSRW to Scorpio Commercial Management, 09.01.2020

Letter from WSRW to Super Camellia SA, 09.01.2020

Letter from WSRW to Transmed Shipping Ltd, 09.01.2020





    

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