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5 Dec 2023

EU cos. continue to export materials to Russian army boots manufacturers, new investigation shows; incl. cos. non-responses

A new investigation by Trap Aggressor shows that companies making boots for the Russian army imported $4.1 million worth of materials from Italian and German companies in 2023.

The report mentions 5 EU companies. One company, Salamander Group, released a statement in May 2023, saying it had decided to immediately stop deliveries to Russia and Belarus.

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited the other 4 companies mentioned in the report to respond. Jakob KECK Chemie GmbH, Conceria Cervinia, Neuhaus Gmbh and Belintertrans Germany did not respond.

Company Responses

Neuhaus Gmbh

No Response

Belintertrans Germany

No Response

Jakob KECK Chemie GmbH

No Response

Conceria Cervinia

No Response