15/02/2007
Lista di imprese presenti in birmania nonostante la richiesta dell'OIL
Lista di imprese definita dalla Burma Campaign UK delle imprese che continuano a lavorare in Birmania e con la Birmania nonostante le decisioni OIL e UE di sospendere gli investimenti

The Burma Campaign 'Dirty List'


In response to calls from Burma’s democracy movement, the Burma Campaign UK and other campaign groups around the world have been pressuring companies to sever business ties with Burma.

Please contact one or more of the companies on the Dirty List and ask them to cut their ties with Burma’s military government. If appropriate, tell them you will not purchase their products as long as they continue to support the regime in Burma. Letters written in your own words are most effective. If you don’t have much time, don’t worry - just one or two paragraphs will do. Please be polite!

We would be grateful if you could send us a copy of any responses you receive.

A World Away Travels - NEW
A World Away Travels is a US tour operator claiming to offer ‘adventure travel’s unique experience’. Included in this experience are four different tours to and around Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi and the Burmese democracy movement have asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy.

A World Away Travels
PO Box 596
South Fork
Colorado 81154
USA
Fax: + 1-719-457-5932
Email: info@worldawaytravels.com

Abercrombie & Kent
Abercrombie & Kent (A&K) is an American holiday company with 45 offices around the world, including offices in the UK. A&K make an unwelcome return to the Dirty List. In 2003 the UK branch of A&K informed the Burma Campaign UK that A&K would no longer include Burma in its brochures or promote tourism to Burma. However, the US branch of A&K still operates tours. Aung San Suu Kyi and the Burmese democracy movement have asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Geoffrey Kent
Chairman and CEO
Abercrombie & Kent, Inc.
1520 Kensington Road, Suite 212
Oak Brook, Illinois 60523-2156
USA

Adventures Abroad
Adventures Abroad is an American travel company which operates in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the UK. It organises and promotes holidays to Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi and the Burmese democracy movement have asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Chris Boycott
Managing Director
Adventures Abroad Ltd
Unit M, Staniforth Estates
Main Street, Hackenthorpe
Sheffield S12 4LB
Email: info@adventures-abroad.co.uk

Alcatel
Alcatel is a French multinational specialising in communication technology. Alcatel is working closely with the regime in Burma to help it develop telecommunications such as landlines and mobile networks. The regime is the only mobile service provider in Burma, and is keen to expand the service because of high revenues and its importance to companies investing and trading with Burma, in particular, gem miners and exporters.

President
Alcatel HQ
54, rue La Boétie
75008 Paris
France
Email: caroline.mille@alcatel.com

Managing Director
ALCATEL
7a The Long Room
CopperMill Lock
Canal Side
HAREFIELD UB9 6JA

Andaman Club - NEW
The Andaman Club is a luxury casino/hotel complex located on Thahtay Kyun Island in Southernmost Burma. It was launched by Vikrom Isiri in 1995, who leases the land from the Burmese junta. Isiri has since gone on to become a Thai senator and the complex has provided the seed money for numerous other ventures, including Phuket Airlines.

Vikrom Isiri
Andaman Club
1168/71 25th- A Floor,
Lumpini Tower Building
Rama IV Road
Thungmahamek
Bangkok
Thailand 10210
Fax: + (662) 285 6408-9
Email: andamanclubmm@hotmail.com

Andaman Teak Supplies Pty Ltd - NEW
Andaman is an Australian teak supplier to the marine sector, which only uses Burmese teak. The Burmese regime owns all teak plantations in Burma and teak sales earn the regime millions of pounds every year.

Andaman Teak Supplies Pty Ltd
59 Magnesium Drive
Crestmead Qld 4132
Australia
Fax: +61 (0)7 3803 1118
Email: andamanteak@bigpond.com

Andrew Brock Travel
Andrew Brock Travel is a tour operator that organises tours to Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi and the Burmese democracy movement have asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities. Owner Andrew Brock has said that Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi is ‘oppressing Burma’s people’.

Andrew Brock
ANDREW BROCK Ltd.
29a Main Street, Lyddington,
Oakham, Rutland LE15 9LR
Fax 01572 821072
Email: ABROCK3650@aol.com

Aquatic
Aquatic is a privately owned Scottish company that provides specialist services to the oil and gas industry. Aquatic has an office in Burma, through which they assist the oil and gas industry. Gas exports are the regime’s largest source of income.

Managing Director
Aquatic
Palmerston Centre
29-31 Palmerston Road
Aberdeen AB11 5QP
Fax: 01224 577361
Email: admin@aquatic.co.uk

Archaeological Tours - NEW
Archaeological Tours is a US tour operator specialising in archaeological and historical study tours led by distinguished scholars. Their 2006-2007 programme includes a ‘Burma In-Depth Tour’ as well as a ‘Khmer Kingdoms Tour’ which begins in Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi and the Burmese democracy movement have asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy.

Archaeological Tours
271 Madison Avenue
Suite 904
New York
New York 10016
USA
FAX: + (212) 370-1561
Email: ArchTours@aol.com

Asean Explorer
Asean Explorer is a travel company that organises tours to Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi and the Burmese democracy movement have asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities. Asean Explorer has sent abusive emails to people asking them to end their involvement in Burma.

Managing Director
Asean Explorer
PO Box 82
37 High Street
Alderney GY9 3DG
Fax: 01481 823 495
Email: info@asean-explorer.com

Asia Optical
Asia Optical is a Taiwanese company and is one of the biggest lens producers in the world. It invested $12m in Burma to build a lens factory, which opened in early 2004. Customers of Asia Optical include: Canon, Epson, Hitachi, Kodak, Konica, Minolta, Nikon, Olympus, Panasonic, Sony, and Sharp.

Mr Robert Lai
Chairman
Asia Optical
No. 22-3 South 2nd Road
T.E.P.Z, Taichung 427
Taiwan R.O.C
Email: service@asia-optical.com.tw

Audley Travel
Audley Travel is a travel company that organises tours to Burma. It also promotes holidays to Burma in national newspapers, including the Sunday Telegraph, The Times, The Guardian and The Observer.

Craig Burkinshaw
Managing Director
Audley Travel Ltd
6 Willows Gate
Stratton Audley
Oxfordshire OX27 9AU
Fax 01869 276 214
Email: mail@audleytravel.com

Baker Hughes - NEW
Baker Hughes is a supplier of products and services to the oil and natural gas industry. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, the company operates in over 90 countries including Burma where it has offices in Yangon. Its subsidiaries- Hughes Christensen and Baker Petrolite have further offices in South East Asia designated to serve the industry in Burma. As well as supplying equipment to the oil and gas industry in Burma, Baker Hughes operate a rig count service within the country.

Baker Hughes Corporate Headquarters
2929 Allen Parkway Ste 2100
Houston TX 77210-5177
USA
Fax: 713 439 8699
Email: info@bakerhughes.com

Bales Worldwide
Bales Worldwide is a travel company that organises tours to Burma. Although the company admits there are ‘conflicting views’ on whether tourists should visit Burma, it argues in favour of tourism.

Managing Director
Bales Worldwide Holidays
Bales House
Junction Road
Dorking
Surrey RH4 3HL
Email: enquiries@balesworldwide.com

Bamboo Travel - NEW
Bamboo Travel is a UK company which aims to deliver bespoke itineraries for tourists wishing to visit China and South East Asia. Burma is included as one of the company’s destinations. Aung San Suu Kyi and the Burmese democracy movement have asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy.

Bamboo Travel Ltd
1E Elms Road
Clapham
London
SW4 9ET
Email: info@bambootravel.co.uk

Ben Line Agencies/ EGT Holdings
Ben Line Agencies is a Scottish shipping line with offices in Burma. It operates a range of port services for companies exporting cargo from Burma. Ben Line is owned by EGT Holdings.

William Thomson
Chairman
Ben Line Agencies
Suite 7, Bonnington Bond
2 Anderson Place
Edinburgh EH6 5NP
Fax: 0131 557 4742
Email: info@egtholdings.com

BJ Services
BJ Services is an American oil services company. It provides services to oil companies operating in Burma.

J. W. Stewart
Chairman, President and CEO
BJ Services
4601 Westway Park BLD
Houston
Texas 77041
USA
Fax: 00 1 713 8955851
E-mail: rcoons@bjservices.com

Britannic Garden Furniture Ltd - NEW
Britannic Garden Furniture is the West Country’s leading British manufacturer of “genuine” (Burmese) teak garden furniture. Their furniture can be found in such prestigious places as Hyde Park and the Tower of London. The Burmese regime owns all teak plantations in Burma and teak sales earn the regime millions of pounds every year.

Britannic Garden Furniture Ltd
Coasters Close
Quarry Road
Alveston
Bristol
BS35 3HZ
Fax: 01454 417 941
Email: webinquiry@Britannic-teak.co.uk

CHC Helicopter Corporation - NEW
CHC Helicopter Corporation, a Canadian company, is the world’s largest provider of helicopter services to the global offshore oil and gas industry. It has aircraft operating in more than thirty countries around the world including Burma where it has supported offshore operations of international oil companies operating in the country. CHC trades on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbols FLY.A and FLY.B; and on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol FLI.CHC.

CHC Helicopter Corporation
4740 Agar Drive
Richmond, BC
V7B 1A3
Canada
Email: communications@chc.ca

Chevron
Since its 2005 takeover of Unocal, US oil giant Chevron has been one of the joint venture partners developing the Yadana offshore gas field in Burma, which earns the military regime millions of dollars. Chevron also owns Texaco.

David J. O'Reilly
Chairman and CEO
Chevron
6001 Bollinger Canyon Rd.
San Ramon
CA 94583
USA
Email: comment@chevron.com

China National Offshore Oil Corp (CNOOC)
CNOOC is China’s offshore and overseas oil company. It is involved in several gas fields in Burma. Most recently its involvement has been through its China Oilfield Services Ltd subsidiary. In 2006 it agreed a deal to provide drilling services at three onshore sites in Burma’s Arakan state, having previously secured a drilling contract from Daewoo to drill for gas offshore.

Chairman
CNOOC
Offshore Petroleum Plaza
NO.6, Dongzhimenwai Xiaojie
DongCheng District
Beijing
P.R. China 100027
Fax: 00 86-10-84521441
Email: xiaozw@cnooc.com.cn

China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC)
CNPC is China’s largest oil and gas company. It has been involved in Burma’s oil and gas industry for more than a decade, increasing its investment in 2001 through its subsidiary – Chinnery Assets. In 2004 it entered into production sharing contracts with the Myanmar Ministry of Energy for offshore exploration of oil and gas through another of its subsidiaries- China Huanqiu Contracting and Engineering Corporation. CNPC’s largest subsidiary PetroChina signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Burmese junta in 2005 for the supply of natural gas from Burma to China.

Mr. Chen Geng
President
CNPC
6, Liupukang Jie
Xicheng Dist., Beijing
100724
China
Fax: 00 86 10 6209 4806
E-mail: master@cnpc.com.cn

China PetroChemical Corp (Sinopec)
Sinopec is China’s second largest oil company, and is listed in Hong Kong and New York. Its subsidiary – Dian-Quin-Gui Petroleum Exploration Bureau – signed a contract for oil and gas exploration with the regime in September 2004.

Wang Tianpu
President
Sinopec
No.A6 Huixin East Street
Chaoyan District
Beijing 100029
China

CNA Group Ltd - NEW
CNA is as Sesdaq listed company headquartered in Singapore. It was, in 2005, awarded a contract for the expansion of Yangon International Airport. Under the contract C.N.A. will design, supply, install and commission 24 engineering systems for the airport terminals. The project is to be completed by early 2007 but the CEO has commented “we will continue to expand our presence in the region (Myanmar).”

Ms. Amanda Shen
CNA Group Ltd (Singapore Headquarters)
28 Kaki Bukit Crescent
Kaki Bukit Techpark 1
Singapore 416259
Fax: + 65 68429606
Email: amandashen@can.com.sg

Crown Relocations
Crown Relocations is a Hong Kong based company with offices in the UK. It is employed by governments, corporations and non-government agencies to arrange relocation of staff when they need to work overseas. Crown has an office in Burma that facilitates the transfer of expat staff employed by foreign investors in Burma. Crown strongly defends foreign investment in Burma.

Managing Director
Crown Worldwide Ltd.
19 Stonefield Way
London
South Ruislip
Middlesex HA4 OBJ
Fax: 020 8839 8155
Email: london@crownrelo.com

Danford Equities Corporation – NEW
Danford Equities Corporation is an Australian oil company. It signed a production sharing and exploration contract with state-owned Myanmar Oil and Gas Enterprise in November 2006. It covers the Yetagun East Block.

No contact details available.

Daewoo International Corporation
Daewoo is a South Korean conglomerate with interests ranging from oil and gas, to grain, televisions and cars. It is a partner in the Bay of Bengal gas exploration project in Burma which could earn the regime hundreds of millions of dollars. Daewoo Motors also has a car assembly plant which is a joint venture with Myanmar Automobile and Diesel Industries (MADI). MADI is owned and controlled by the regime. In addition, Daewoo supplies IT services to the regime, and has timber manufacturing and clothing interests in Burma. Daewoo executives have recently been arrested for illegally supplying military equipment to the regime.

Lee Tae-Yong
Chief Executive Officer
541 5-Ga Namdaemunno, Chung Gu,
C.P.O Box 2810
Seoul
Korea
Fax: 00 8227539489

Managing Director
Daewoo Int’l London Branch Office
Missing Link House, 3 Eastbury Road,
Northwood
Middlesex HA6 3AB
Fax: 01923 833 487
E-mail: iplee@daewoo.co.uk

D.A. Watts & Sons - NEW
Based in Northamptonshire, England, D.A.Watts & Sons Ltd. is a family run business which has been established for 20 years. They have produced in excess of 3500 teak decks, and only use Burmese teak. They claim that they will continue to do so until, or unless, world politics shuts off the supply. Their decks are now installed as standard by many of Europe’s leading small craft manufacturers. The Burmese regime owns all teak plantations in Burma and teak sales earn the regime millions of pounds every year.

D.A. Watts & Sons Ltd
Unit 6, Cosy Nook Ind. Est.
Thrapston
Kettering
Northants
NN14 4PL
Fax: 01832 735275
Email: jamesboulton@wattsons.co.uk

DBS Group Holdings Ltd - NEW
DBS Group Holdings Ltd is the holding company of DBS bank and is one of the largest companies in terms of market capitalisation listed on the Singapore Exchange, with total assets amounting to over S$180 billion. Included in its international banking network is a representative office in Burma.

DBS Bank
6 Shenton Way
DBS Tower One
Singapore 068809

Diethelm Keller/STA Travel
Diethelm Keller Group is a private Swiss company with a wide range of investments, including Diethelm Travel, which operates holiday tours to Burma. Diethelm boasts that it pioneered tourism to Burma. Diethelm also owns STA travel. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Andreas W. Keller
Diethelm Keller Holding Ltd
Muhlebachstrasse 20
CH-8008 Zurich
Switzerland
Fax 00 411 1 265 3399
Email: info@diethelmkeller.com

DLH Timber
DLH is a Danish timber company that sells timber all over the world. It sells Burmese teak. The Burmese regime owns all teak plantations in Burma and teak sales earn the regime millions of pounds every year.

Jørgen Møller-Rasmussen
President, C.E.O.
Dalhoff Larsen & Horneman A/S
Skagensgade 66
DK-2630 Taastrup
Denmark
Fax: 00 45 43 50 01 90
Email: jmr@dlh-group.com

Dragon Travel
Dragon Travel is a travel company based in Wales that organises tours to Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi and the Burmese democracy movement have asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Managing Director
Dragon Tours & Travel Ltd.
13 Howells Crescent
Llandaff
Cardiff
CF5 2AJ
Email: sales@dragontravel.co.uk

EGAT - NEW
The Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) Public Limited Company is a subsidiary of Thailand’s state run power utility, EGAT, formed to increase private sector involvement in electricity supply. EGAT Plc signed a Memorandum of Understanding in late 2005, with the Burmese military junta for the construction of a series of five hydro electric dams along the Salween river. The project will not only secure electricity for Thailand, but also much needed income for the SPDC.

Kraisi Kanasuta
EGAT Plc.
53 Moo 2 Charunsanitwong Road
Bangkruai
Nonthaburi 11130
Thailand
Email: Hydro_eng@egat.com

E.O. Burton
E.O. Burton is a timber importer based in Essex. According to the Timber Trade Federation, E.O. Burton sells Burmese teak. The Burmese regime owns all teak plantations in Burma and teak sales earn the regime millions of pounds every year.

Managing Director
E.O. Burton
Thorndon Sawmills
The Avenue
Brentwood
Essex CM13 3RZ
Fax: 01277 262823
Email: timber@eoburton.com

Essar Group
Essar Group is an Indian conglomerate. In 2005 its Essar Oil subsidiary signed contracts with the regime to make onshore and offshore explorations for oil and gas.

Shashi Ruia
Chairman, Essar Group
Essar House
11 Keshavrao Khadye Marg
Mahalaxmi
Mumbai - 400 034
India
Email: corporatecommunications@essar.com

Euro Teck - NEW
Euro Teck is a French company based in Nantes which is specifically concerned with the importation and distribution of Burmese teak to France and Europe. They have a subsidiary in Burma in charge of selecting, buying and manufacturing these teak products. The Burmese regime owns all teak plantations in Burma and teak sales earn the regime millions of pounds every year.

Euro Teck
D101- La Croix Gicquiaud
44220 Coueron
France
Tel: + (33) 2 5180 0670
Fax: + (33) 2 5180 0671
Email: mottais@euroteck.net

Flatau Dick & Co
Flatau Dick & Co is a timber merchant based in Surrey and Liverpool. Flatau Dick & Co sells Burmese teak. The Burmese regime owns all teak plantations in Burma and teak sales earn the regime millions of pounds every year.

Managing Director
Flatau Dick & Co
Bings, High Street, Limpsfield
Oxted
Surrey RH8 0DR
Fax: 01883 717100
Email: info@flataudick.co.uk

Focus Energy
Focus Energy is a small British oil company – registered in the Virgin Islands. Focus Energy operates and develops onshore oil fields in Burma. It began operations in 1997, and in late 2004 announced a new investment of 4 million dollars to drill new wells.

Maurie Drew
General Manager
Focus Energy Ltd
Focus House
Mya Yeik Nyo Royal Estate
20 Pale Street, Bahan Tshp
Yangon
Burma

Fodor's/Random House
Fodor’s is an American publishing company that specialises in travel guides. Their South East Asia guide includes a section on Burma which helps facilitate tourism to the country. Fodor's is part of the Random House publishing group. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Managing Director
Random House, Inc.
1745 Broadway
New York, NY 10019
USA

Gas Authority of India Ltd (GAIL)
GAIL is an Indian gas company. It is a partner in the massive Shwe gas field consortium off the coast of Burma. It has a 10% stake.

The Chairman
GAIL (India) Limited
16,Bhikaiji Cama Place
New Delhi - 110 066
India

Gecko’s Adventures
Gecko’s describes itself as a travel company for ‘grassroots adventures’. It is a sister company of Peregrine Adventures, which has offices in Australia and the UK. Gecko’s organises tours to Burma.

Managing Director
Gecko’s Adventures
First Floor, 8 Clerewater Place,
Lower Way, Thatcham, Berkshire
RG19 3RF
Email: sales@peregrineadventures.com

Managing Director
Gecko’s Adventures
258 Lonsdale St
Melbourne VIC 3000
Australia
Email: websales@peregrine.net.au

Geopetrol - NEW
Geopetrol is a private oil and gas exploration, and production, company. Through GoldPetrol, the company’s joint venture with Interra Resources, this French based firm has a participating interest in two major oil producing fields in the sub-Salin basin of Burma. It plans to undertake further development drilling to significantly increase its production.

Geopetrol
Gildo Pastor Center
7 Rue Du Gabian
MC 98000
Monaco
Fax: + 377 9310 1250
Email: contact@geoholding.com

Ginnacle Import-Export Pte Ltd - NEW
Ginnacle is a company located in Singapore involved in the sales and marketing of Burmese teak lumber, decking and furniture. The Burmese regime owns all teak plantations in Burma and teak sales earn the regime millions of pounds every year.

Ginnacle Import-Export Pte Ltd
7500A Beach Road
05-318, The Plaza
Singapore 199591
Fax: + (65) 6 296 6629
Email: teakwood@singnet.com.sg

Golden Aaron Pte. Ltd - NEW
Golden Aaron Pte. Ltd. is a Singaporean oil corporation. The company is part of a consortium which in 2005 signed three production sharing contracts with state run Myanmar Oil and Gas Enterprise, to explore for oil and gas in Burma, both on and offshore. It is a project which will undoubtedly provide the Burmese junta with a large and valuable source of income. The same consortium signed similar deals in 2004.

Golden Aaron Pte. Ltd.
3 Shenton Way 10-01
Shenton House
Singapore 068805

Hapag-Lloyd
Hapag Lloyd is a German container shipping line and holiday cruise operator. Its container division has an office in Burma as part of its operation to export Burmese products. Hapag Lloyd Cruises includes Burma on their cruises in Asia. Hapag-Lloyd is active in the UK container shipping market.

Michael Behrendt
Chairman,Hapag-Lloyd AG
Ballindamm 25
D-20095 Hamburg
Germany

Managing Director
Hapag Lloyd UK
48a Cambridge Road
Hapag Lloyd House
Barking
Essex IG11 8HH
Fax: 020 8507 4165

Hawke House Ltd - NEW
Hawke House is a family run supplier to the marine industry. Located in Gosport, England, the equipment it stocks and retails includes Burmese teak decking. The Burmese regime owns all teak plantations in Burma and teak sales earn the regime millions of pounds every year.

Hawke House Ltd.
E1 Heritage Business Park
Heritage Way
Gosport PO12 4BG
info@hawkehouse.com

Helicopters New Zealand
Helicopters New Zealand (NZ) are a New Zealand helicopter hire company that specialises in helicopter hire for difficult environments, including the oil and gas industry. Helicopters NZ have been hired by Daewoo to work on the Shwe gas field.

Managing Director
Helicopters NZ
Private Bag 9
Nelson
New Zealand
Fax: 00 643 5475598
Email: enquiries@helicoptersnz.com

Hunter Publishing/Nelles Guides
Hunter Publishing is an American publishing company that produces a guide to Burma under its Nelles Guide imprint. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Managing Director
Hunter Publishing
PO Box 746
Walpole, MA 02081
USA
Email: comments@hunterpublishing.com

Hutchison Whampoa/3 Mobile/Superdrug
Hutchison Whampoa Ltd is a Hong Kong based company with a wide range of investments around the world. In Burma it operates Myanmar International Terminals Thilawa (MITT), a major port in Burma. It describes these port terminals as “strategically positioned to facilitate and service Myanmar’s international trade.” In the UK, Hutchison owns 3 Mobile, Superdrug, three major ports – Felixstowe, Harwich International and Thamesport, and has major stakes in luxury property developments such as Royal Gate in Kensington, Belgravia Place near Sloane Square and Albion Wharf in Chelsea.

Mr. Li Ka-shing
Hutchison Whampoa Limited
22/F Hutchison House
10 Harcourt Road
Central
Hong Kong
Email: info@hutchison-whampoa.com
Email: laurac@hwl.com.hk

H2O Yachts - NEW
H2O Yachts are a French boatbuilding, restoration and fitting company who describe themselves as craftsmen in teak. All of their teak is sourced from Burma. The Burmese regime owns all teak plantations in Burma and teak sales earn the regime millions of pounds every year.

H20 Yachts
46, Quai Francois Mitterand
13600 La Ciotat
France
Fax: + 33 (0)4 42 08 39 20
Email: Contact@h2x.fr

Impact Publications
Impact Publications is an American publishing company that publishes a guide to Burma. The guide is available in several countries. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities. Impact Publications have sent abusive emails to people writing to express their concern about Impact promoting tourism to Burma.

Ron and Caryl Krannich
Impact Publications
9104 Manassas Drive, Suite N
Manassas Park, VA 20111-5211
USA
Fax: 00 1 703 3359486
Email: krannich@starpower.net

Insight Guides
Insight Guides is an independent publishing company that produces holiday guides, including a guide to Burma that promotes tourism to the country. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Managing Director
Insight Guides
58 Borough High Street
London SE1 1XF
Fax: 020 7403 0290
Email: feedback@insightguides.co.uk
Email: pr@insightguides.co.uk

Interra Resources – NEW
Singapore listed Interra Resource’s principal activities are the exploration and operation of oil fields for the production of crude petroleum. It operates in Indonesia and Burma. In Burma its subsidiary Goldwater Oil was the first foreign oil company to extract oil in Burma. It is currently engaged in oil and gas exploration and production through its jointly controlled venture with Geopetrol called Goldpetrol.

Interra Resources Limited
391A Orchard Road 13-06
Ngee Ann City Tower A
Singapore 238873
Fax: + (65) 6738 1170
Email: interra@interraresources.com

Itera Group – NEW
Itera Group is a Russian oil and gas company. In September 2006 it signed a production sharing contract for oil and gas exploration with the regime.

Igor Viktorich Makarov
Chariman
Itera Group
117209, Sevastopolsky Prospekt,
28, Bldg1
Moscow
Russian Federation

Ivanhoe Mines
Ivanhoe Mines is a Canadian mining company with very close links to the regime in Burma. As the largest foreign mining investor in Burma it operates the Monywa Copper mine in a joint venture with the regime. Rail and power infrastructure in the area of the mine was built using forced labour. The mine could be earning the regime over $40 million a year.

Robert Friedland
Ivanhoe Mines
World Trade Centre
Suite 654-999 Canada Place
Vancouver BC
Canada V6C 3E1
Email: info@ivanhoemines.com

James Latham
James Latham is a timber importer based in Hemel Hempstead, and with depots across the UK. James Latham sells approximately £50,000 of Burmese teak each year. The Burmese regime owns all teak plantations in Burma and teak sales earn the regime millions of pounds every year.

Managing Director
James Latham
Unit 3 Swallow Park
Finway Road
Hemel Hempstead
Herts HP2 7QU
Fax: 01442 267241

Jet Gold Corp
Jet Gold Corp is a Canadian mining company. Its major focus is searching for gold in Shan state in Burma.

Robert L Card
President
Jet Gold Corp
1102 - 475 Howe Street
Vancouver, BC
Canada V6C 2B3
Fax: 00 1 604 687 7848
Email: info@jetgoldcorp.com

Kajima
Kajima is a Japanese construction company with contracts all over the world. Kajima has an office in Burma and has undertaken several construction contracts for the regime. In the UK Kajima has won several PFI projects, including building schools in Camden and Ealing.

Managing Director
Kajima Europe UK
Grove House
248a Marylebone Road
London NW1 6JZ
Fax 020 7465 8634
Email: haverstockmail@kajima.co.uk

Managing Director
Kajima Head Office
2-7, Motoakasaka 1-chome
Minato-ku
Tokyo, 107-8388
Japan

Keppel Corporation - NEW
Singapore’s Keppel Corporation is a multinational corporation with interests in three key business areas: Offshore and Marine, Property and Infrastructure. Its property wing- Keppel Land has a presence in eight Asian countries including Burma where it owns the Sedona Hotels in Yangon and Mandalay.

Keppel Corporation Ltd.
Group Corporate Communications
1 HarbourFront Avenue
18-01 Keppel Bay Tower
Singapore 098632
Fax: + (65) 6413 645
Email: keppelgroup@kepcorp.com

Kerry Logistics Group/Kuok Group
Kerry Logistics is a goods transport logistics company with branches in 12 countries, including the UK. Kerry Logistics also operates in Burma, facilitating the export of Burmese goods. Kerry Logistics is part of the Singaporean conglomerate, Kuok Group.

Managing Director
Kerry Logistics (UK) Ltd
Unit 1 Broadoak Industrial Park
Ashburton Road West
Trafford Park
Manchester M17 1RW
Fax: 0161 872 9016

Kuok Nock Nien
Kuok Group
No. 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #07-01
Great World City
Singapore 237994

Kircodan Furniture
Kircodan is a Danish furniture manufacturer that sources timber from Burma. Kircodan’s furniture is sold in the UK. Timber exports are an important source of income for Burma’s dictatorship.

Jes Kirkegaard
Kircodan Furniture A/S
Skodsborgvej 234,
DK-2850 Nærum
Denmark
Email: mail@kircodan.com

K J Howells & Son - NEW
Located in Dorset, England, but with an international client base, K J Howells & Son manufactures and imports a range of teak products for the marine sector. It is open about the fact that it sources this teak from Burma. The Burmese regime owns all teak plantations in Burma and teak sales earn the regime millions of pounds every year.

David Howells
KJ Howells & Son
Cobbs Quay Marina
Hamworthy
Poole
Dorset, BH15 4EL
Email: sales@kjhowells.com

KOGAS
KOGAS – The Korea Gas Corporation – is a South Korean gas company. KOGAS is a partner is the massive Shwe gas field consortium off the coast of Burma. It has a 10% stake.

The President
KOGAS
215 Jeongja-dong
Bundang-gu
Seongnam
Gyeonggi-do
463-754
Korea
Email: kogasmaster@kogas.or.kr

Leeward Capital Corp
Leeward Capital Corp are a Canadian mining company. They are in a joint venture with the regime to mine and export amber.

Managing Director
Leeward Capital Corp
Unit 4, 1922 – 9th Avenue SE
Calgary, Alberta T2G 0V2
Canada
Email: president@leewardcapital.com

Let’s Go/Pan MacMillan
Let’s Go is an American publisher of travel guides. Pan Macmillan distributes the Let’s Go series in the UK. The Let’s Go South East Asia guide includes a section on Burma that helps to facilitate tourism to the country. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

David North
Pan Macmillan
20 New Wharf Rd
London N1 9RR
Fax: 020 7014 6001
Email: d.north@macmillan.co.uk

Managing Director
Let's Go Publications, Inc.
c/o [Southeast Asia]
67 Mt. Auburn St.
Cambridge, MA 02138
USA
Fax: 00 1 617 496 7070
Email: feedback@letsgo.com

Lister/Sun Wood Industries
Lister is a garden furniture manufacturer based in Sussex. Its parent company is Sun Wood Industries in Thailand. It sources teak from Burma. Timber exports are an important source of income for the regime.

Nick Mottershead
Joint Managing Director
Lister Lutyens Co Ltd
6 Alder Close
Eastbourne
East Sussex BN23 6QF
Fax 01323 639 314
Email: sales@listerteak.com

Managing Director
Sun Wood Industries
75/4 Moo 2 Udomsorayuth Rd
Klong Jig
Nabg-Pa-In
Ayuthaya 13160
Thailand
Email: info@sunwoodgroup.com

Lonely Planet
Lonely Planet is an Australian multinational publishing company specialising in travel guides. Lonely Planet publishes a guide to Burma which encourages tourists to visit the country. Lonely Planet also vigorously defends tourism to Burma, attempting to undermine calls by Aung San Suu Kyi and Burma’s democracy movement for tourists to stay away.

Judy Slatyer
Chief Executive
Lonely Planet
90 Maribyrnong Street
Footscray, Victoria 3011
AUSTRALIA
Fax: 00 61 3 8379 8111
Email: talk2us@lonelyplanet.com.au

Maersk
A.P.Møller Maersk is a Danish multinational company that specialises in shipping, but also has interests in oil & gas exploration, air transport, and supermarkets. In Burma Maersk act as a shipping agent through a company set up to act as their local representative. The agent – Win Trade Ltd – arranges exports from Burma using the regime owned Myanmar Five Star Line. Maersk are joint owners of Dansk Supermarked, Denmark’s second largest supermarket chain, which includes Netto supermarkets.

Jess Søderberg
Chief Executive Officer
A.P. Møller
Esplanaden 50
1098 Copenhagen K
Denmark
Email: cphinfo@maersk.com

Marubeni
Marubeni is a Japanese company with interests ranging from oil and gas to clothing and timber. In Burma they helped finance the Monywa Copper mine developed by Ivanhoe. In the UK Marubeni develops oil and gas reserves in the North Sea.

Managing Director
Marubeni UK Plc
120 Moorgate Street
London EC2M 6SS
Fax: 020 7826 8686

Managing Director
Marubeni
4-2 Ohtemachi 1-chome
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8088, Japan
Fax: 00 813 3282 2455

Mekong Travel
Mekong Travel is a travel company based in Buckinghamshire which specialises in holidays to Indochina, including Burma. On their website they describe how decades of isolation as a result of military dictatorship “have preserved here many of the traditional features, physical and cultural, which have been lost in other Asian countries.”

Managing Director
Mekong Travel
16 Ledborough Wood
Beaconsfield
Buckinghamshire HP9 2DJ
Fax: 01494 681631
Email: go@mekong-travel.com

Mel Flooring
Mel Flooring is a flooring company that sells Burmese Teak. The Burmese regime owns all teak plantations in Burma and teak sales earn the regime millions of pounds every year.

Managing Director
Mel Flooring
Unit 6, Galleyhill Yard
Galleyhill, Waltham Abbey
Essex EN9 2AG
Fax: 01992 760060
Email: info@melflooring.com

Mitsui
Mitsui is a Japanese conglomerate with interests ranging from metals and mining to electronic goods, insurance, clothes and chemicals. Mitsui is in a joint venture with the Burmese regime in the Mingaladon Industrial Park, which was set up to attract foreign investors to Burma.

Nobuo Ohashi
Chairman & Executive Director
Mitsui
2-1 Ohtemachi 1-chome
Chiyoda-ku,
Tokyo 100-0004
Japan

Mitsui OSK Lines
M.O.L is a global business concerned with marine shipping and logistics in what it calls a ‘truly borderless transportation network that brings goods to market all over the world’. Yangon is one of the company’s major calling ports.

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines Ltd
1-1 Toranomon 2-chome
Minato-ku
Tokyo 105-8688
Japan
Fax: +81-3-3587-7734

Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance
Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance is one of Japan’s largest non-life insurers with a workforce of over 13,000 and a net income in 2006 of over 124,000 million yen. Included in its large overseas network is a representative office in Yangon.

Takeo Inokuchi- Chairman and CEO
Hiroyuki Uemura- President and CEO
Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance Company
27-2, Shinkawa 2-Chome,
Chuo-ku
Tokyo 104-8252
Japan
Fax: + 81 3 3297 6888

Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance Company (Europe) Ltd.
6th Floor, New London House
6 London Street
London EC3R 7LP
Fax: 020 7816 0220

Morgan Timber
Morgan Timber is a timber importer based in Kent. In 2004 the Timber Trade Federation listed Morgan Timber as selling Burmese teak. Morgan Timber have not replied to correspondence from the Burma Campaign UK regarding its sales of Burmese teak. The Burmese regime owns all teak plantations in Burma and teak sales earn the regime millions of pounds every year.

Managing Director
Morgan Timber
Knight Road, Rochester
Kent ME2 2BA
Fax: 01634 290800
Email: info@morgantimber.co.uk

Moss & Co
Moss Timber is a timber importer based in London. According to the Timber Trade Federation, Moss Timber sells Burmese teak. The Burmese regime owns all teak plantations in Burma and teak sales earn the regime millions of pounds every year.

Managing Director
Moss Timber
Dimes Place
104 King Street
Hammersmith
London W6 0QW
Fax: 020 8741 2470

Mountain Travel Sobek
Mountain Travel Sobek is an adventure travel company with offices in the US and UK. They operate tours to Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Managing Director
Mountain Travel Sobek U.K.
67, Verney Avenue
High Wycombe
Bucks HP12 3ND
Fax: 01494 465526
Email: sales@mtsobekeu.com
Email: info@mtsobek.com

New Horizons Travels and Tours Ltd
New Horizons Travels and Tours is a London based company that organises holidays to Burma. They promote them through their website burmaexpeditions.com.

MiMi Tin Tun
New Horizons Travels & Tours Ltd.
50 Burrard Road
West Hampstead
London NW6 1DD

NHG Timber Ltd
NHG Timber is a timber importer based in London. According to the Timber Trade Federation, NHG Timber sells Burmese teak. The Burmese regime owns all teak plantations in Burma and teak sales earn the regime millions of pounds every year.

Managing Director
NHG Timber Ltd
4 Eagle House
Cranleigh Close
Sanderstead
Surrey CR2 9L
Fax: 020 8651 0913
Email: sales@nhgtimber.co.uk

Nikko Hotels International/Japan Airlines
Nikko Hotels International, a subsidiary of Japan Airlines, owns hotels all over the world. In Burma Nikko operate the Hotel Nikko Royal Lake Yangon. In the UK they own the Montcalm-Hotel Nikko London.

Shosuke Machida
Chief Executive
Nikko Hotels
JAL Bldg.
2-4-11, Higashishinagawa,
Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 104-0002
JAPAN
Fax: 00 81-3-3458-3950
Email: akatz@nikkohotels.com
Email: montcalm@montcalm.co.uk

Managing Director
Japan Airlines
JAL Bldg.
2-4-11, Higashishinagawa,
Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 104-0002
JAPAN
Fax: 00 81-3-3458-3950

Nippon Oil
Japanese oil firm Nippon Oil are one of the joint venture partners developing the Yadana offshore gas field in Burma, which earns the military regime millions of dollars.

Fumiaki Watari
President
Nippon Oil
3-12 Nishi Shimbashi 1-chome
Minato-ku, Tokyo 105 8412, Japan

A Suzuki
Managing Director
Nippon Oil Exploration and Production UK Ltd
38 Finsbury Square
London EC2A 1PX
Fax: 020 7309 7676

Noble Caledonia
Noble Caledonia is a British holiday cruise company offering cruises all over the world. Their brochure includes cruises on the Irrawaddy River in Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Managing Director
Noble Caledonia Limited
2 Chester Close, Belgravia,
London SW1X 7BE
Fax: 020 7245 0388
Email: info@noble-caledonia.co.uk

NYK Shipping
NYK is the world’s largest shipping company. It transports garment exports from Burma. Since being placed on the Dirty List in 2004 NYK has taken some welcome steps to reduce its involvement in Burma. It has stopped carrying timber exports from Burma and its American subsidiary Crystal Cruises has stopped visiting Burma. NYK has significant operations in the UK, operating out of ports across the country.

President
NYK Line
3-2, Marunouchi 2 Chome
Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo
100-0005 Japan
Fax: 00 8133284 6105

Managing Director
NYK Line Europe
CityPoint, 1 Ropemaker Street
London EC2Y 9NY
Fax: 020 7090 2404

OCBC Bank - NEW
OCBC Bank is Singapore’s longest established bank, and is today one of Asia’s leading financial services groups with gross assets of $136 billion. The group has a global network of more than 310 branches and representative offices in 15 countries including Burma.

OCBC Bank
65 Chulia Street
OCBC Centre
Singapore 049513
Fax: +65 6535 7477
Email: corpcomms@ocbc.com.sg

Old Burma Tour and Trading Co - NEW
This Florida based company, with offices in Yangon, is a provider of custom made tours of Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Further, forced labour has been used to develop certain tourist facilities.

Old Burma Tour and Trading Company
1825 Ponce De Leon Boulevard
P.O. Box 383
Coral Gables, Florida
33134 USA
Fax: 305 569 0074
Email: info@oldburma.com

ONGC Videsh
ONGC Videsh is one of the largest companies in India. It is a partner in the massive Shwe gas field consortium off the coast of Burma. It has a 20% stake.

Subir Raha
Chairman
ONGC VIDESH
6th Floor, "Kailash"
26, Kasturba Gandhi Marg,
New Delhi 110 001
India
Fax: 00 91 11 23730369

Orient Express
Orient Express has its registered office in Bermuda, is managed from London, and is listed on the New York stock exchange. The company specialises mainly in hotels, but also offers holidays to Burma including ‘Road to Mandalay’ cruises on the Irrawaddy river. It has recently expanded its interests in Burma by taking a stake in the Pansea hotel chain – now rebranded as ‘Pansea Orient Express’ - which has a hotel in Rangoon. Pansea Orient Express is also building a new hotel in Bagan, Burma.

James B. Sherwood
Chairman
Orient-Express Hotels Ltd
Sea Containers House
20 Upper Ground
London SE1 9PF
Fax: 020 7805 5938

Parker Kislingbury
Parker Kislingbury is a timber importer based in Buckinghamshire. According to the Timber Trade Federation, Parker Kislingbury sells Burmese teak. The Burmese regime owns all teak plantations in Burma and teak sales earn the regime millions of pounds every year.

Managing Director
Parker Kislingbury
Brill Sawmills
Wotton Road
Brill
Buckinghamshire, HP18 9UB
Fax: 01844 238016
Email: sales@pk-brill.co.uk

Peregrine Adventures
Peregrine Adventures is an Australian travel company with an office in London. Peregrine offers 12 day tours of Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Managing Director
Peregrine Tours
First Floor, 8 Clerewater Place,
Lower Way, Thatcham
Berkshire RG19 3RF
Email: sales@peregrineadventures.com

Managing Director
Peregrine Adventures
258 Lonsdale St
Melbourne VIC 3000
Australia
Email: websales@peregrineadventures.com

Petronas
Petronas is a Malaysian state owned oil and gas company. It has several contracts with the regime in Burma to extract and explore for oil and gas in the country.

Tan Sri Datuk Seri Azizan Zainul Abidin
Chairman
Petronas, Tower 1
Petronas Twin Towers
50088 Kuala Lumpa
Malaysia
Email: ooiinnhoe@petronas.com.my

Pettitts
Pettitts is a travel company based in Kent. They offer a 9 day tour of Burma. They are one of the few travel companies to mention that there are ethical problems with visiting Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Steven Pettitt
Managing Director
Pettitts
Bayham House
12-16 Grosvenor Road
Tunbridge Wells
Kent TN1 2AB
Fax: 01892 521500
Email: pettitts@btclick.com

PTTEP
PTTEP – The PTT Exploration and Production Company, is a Thai company that is largely state owned. PTTEP owns a 25.5 % stake in the Yadana gas field in Burma, and a 19.3% stake in the Yetagun field. PTTEP is also planning to expand its operations in Burma.

Mr. Maroot Mrigadat
President
PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Limited
PTTEP Office Bldg.
555 Vibhavadi-Rangsit Rd.
Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900
Thailand
Fax: 00 66 2537 4444

Purple Dragon – NEW
Purple Dragon is a sister company of Thailand based Utopia Tours. It specialises in holidays for gays and lesbians. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Managing Director
Prurple Dragon
Door East Ltd.
119/5-10 Suriwong Road
Bangkok 10500, THAILAND

Road to Mandalay
Road to Mandalay is a travel and export company based in Burma and the UK. In Burma it operates under the name Golden Pagoda Travel. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Managing Director
Road to Mandalay
Dorcas Farm
Stoke Hammond
Milton Keynes
Buckinghamshire MK17 0EA

Robbins Timber
Robbins Timber is a timber company based in Bristol. They boast that they are one of the largest UK stockists of Burmese teak. The Burmese regime owns all teak plantations in Burma and teak sales earn the regime millions of pounds every year.

Managing Director
Robbins Timber
Brookgate
Ashton Vale
Bristol BS3 2UN
Fax: 0117 963 7927
Email: timber@robbins.co.uk

Rolls-Royce
Rolls-Royce is a British company that makes and services engines for civil and military aircraft, and the marine and energy sectors. (Rolls-Royce cars are made by a separate company which have a license from Rolls-Royce to use the brand for cars.) Through its Singaporean subsidiary, Rolls-Royce has a contract to supply and service aircraft engines for at least one Burmese airline. All airlines in Burma are owned by the regime or their cronies.

Sir John Rose
Chief Executive
Rolls-Royce International Limited
65 Buckingham Gate
London SW1E 6AT
Fax: 020 7227 9178

SapuraCrest Petroleum Bhd - NEW
SapuraCrest is a leading oil and gas services provider in the Southeast Asia region, with further projects in Australia, the Middle East, and India. The company has been involved in offshore oil and gas drilling in Burma, and its operations in the country have continued through 2006.

SapuraCrest Petroleum Bhd
7 Jalan Tasik
The Mines Resort City
43300 Seri Kembangan
Selangor
Malaysia
Tel: +603 8659 8800
Fax: +603 8659 8811

Scansia Sdn Bhd
Scansia Sdn Bhd is a Malaysian company. Scansia Myanmar manufactures garden furniture in a plant in Rangoon. All its timber is purchased from the regime owned company Myanmar Timber Enterprise (MTE). The furniture is exported to the UK, Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Japan. Scansia also give 20 percent of the profits from their Burmese operations to the regime.

Mr Arve Verleite
Managing Director
Scansia Sdn Bhd
98 Lorong Semartak 4
Taman semarak
0900 Kulim, Kedah Darul Aman
Malaysia

Schenker
Schenker is a German logistics company with an office in Rangoon, through which it facilitates the export of Burmese goods. Schenker also has offices in several UK ports.

The President
Schenker AG
Corporate Communications
Alfredstrasse 81
45130 Essen
Germany
Fax: 00 49 201 8781 8495
Email: info@schenker.com

Schlumberger
Schlumberger is a technology company which operates all over the world. Schlumberger Oilfield Services operates offshore gas rigs in Burma. It also operates oil rigs in UK waters in the North Sea.

Managing Director
Schlumberger Oilfield Services
Unit 1, Enterprise Drive, Westhill Industrial Estate
Westhill
Aberdeenshire AB32 6TQ
Fax: 01224 385601
Email: ukinfo@slb.com

Andrew Gould
Chairman
Schlumberger
153 E. 53rd St., 57th floor
New York, NY 10022-4624
USA
Fax: 00 1 212 350 94 57

Shangri-La Hotels
Shangri-La Hotels is a Singaporean hotel company. It operates the Traders hotel in Rangoon. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities. In the UK, Shangri-La plans to operate an opulent 5 star hotel in the proposed ‘shard of glass’ tower block at London Bridge.

Managing Director
Shangri-La International Hotel Management Ltd
21/F CITIC Tower
1 Tim Mei Avenue, Central
Hong Kong SAR
Fax: 00 852 2599 3131

Siemens
Siemens are a German engineering and technology company operating all over the world. Siemens are supplying gas turbines to Total for a new platform in the Yadana gas field.

Chairman
Siemens
Wittelsbacher Platz 2
D-80333 Munchen
Germany
Email: welcome.pgi@siemens.com

Silverbird Travel
Silverbird Travel is a London based travel company that operates tours to Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Managing Director
SilverBird Travel
4 Northfields Prospect
Putney Bridge Road
London SW18 1PE
Fax: 020 8875 1874
Email: mail@silverbird.co.uk

SBM Offshore - NEW
SBM Offshore is a Dutch company formerly known as IHC Caland. It is a management holding company of a group of international companies working as suppliers to the offshore oil and gas industry on a global basis. It owns and operates a Floating Storage and Offloading System in Burma under a long term lease contract with Petronas.

SBM Offshore N.V.
PO Box 31
3100 AA Schiedam
The Netherlands
Fax: +31 (0) 10 232 0999

SGS Group - NEW
SGS Group, headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, is a global leader in the inspection, verification, testing and certification industry. It has over 34,000 employees and a presence in well over 120 countries. This includes Burma where it has a subsidiary – SGS (Myanmar) Ltd which plays a key role in the facilitation of Burma’s international trading.

SGS Societe Generale de Surveillance S.A.
1 place des Alpes
P.O. Box 2152
1211 Geneva 1
Switzerland
Fax + (41.22) 739.98.86
Email: enquiries@sgs.com

Sompo Japan
Sompo Japan is a Japanese insurance company that provides insurance and reinsurance services to companies operating in Burma. Sompo Japan has offices across the world, including in the UK.

Hirosho Hirano
President
Sompo Japan
26-1, Nishi-Shinjuku 1-chome
Shinjuku-ku
Tokyo 160-8338
Japan

Sri Asia Tourism
Sri Asia Tourism service is a Burmese travel company offering holidays to Burma through offices in the UK and Australia.

Managing Director
Sri Asia Tourism
1A Gregory Place
Kensington, London W8 4NG
Fax: 020 7938 2194
Email: ameriuk@dircon.co.uk

Steppes Travel/Steppes East
Steppes East is a UK travel company offering holidays to Burma. They continue to operate tours to the country despite Nicholas A G Laing of Steppes East admitting to the Burma Campaign UK that: “Myanmar is a highly controversial subject which I have yet to fathom.” Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Nick Laing
Managing Director
Steppes East
51 Castle Street
Cirencester
Gloucestershire GL7 1QD
Fax: 01285 885888
Email: nick@steppeseast.co.uk

Sumitomo Corporation
Sumitomo Corporation is a Japanese conglomerate with extensive financial interests in the UK. Sumitomo Corp is in a joint venture with Myanmar General and Maintenance Industries (MGMI) producing steel. MGMI is owned and controlled by the military regime.

Motoyuki Oka
President and Chief Executive
Sumitomo Corporation
1-8-11 Harumi, Chuo-ku
Tokyo 104-8610
Japan

Mr Takaaki Shibata
Managing Director Sumitomo Corporation Europe Plc
Vinters’ Place, 68 Upper Thames Street
London EC4V 3BJ
Fax: 020 7246 3921
Email: info@sumitomocorp.co.uk

Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group
SMFG was established in 2002 as a holding company for the Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC). SMBC came into existence the preceding year through the merger of the Sakura Bank and the Sumitomo Bank. SMBC operates a representative office in Yangon and, through the services it provides, serves to facilitate trade and financial transactions in Burma.

Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group
Investor Relations Department
1-1 Yurakucho 1-chome
Chiyoda-ku
Tokyo 100-0006
Japan
Tel: 81-3-5512-3411

Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Europe Limited
Temple Court
11 Queen Victoria Street
London EC4N 4TA
Fax: 020 7236 0049

Sutech Engineering Co Ltd - NEW
Bangkok-based Sutech Engineering Company is primarily involved in the construction and running of processing mills. In Burma it is engaged in the production and processing of sugar in conjunction with the state run Myanmar Sugarcane Enterprise and Myanmar Economic Corporation (MEC). In late 2006 it agreed a further joint venture with the MEC for the construction of what will be Burma’s largest sugar mill.

Sutech Engineering Co. Ltd
17th Floor Sinn Sathorm Tower
77/64 Krungthonburi Klongsarn
Bangkok 10600
Thailand
Fax: +66 (0) 2440-0208
Email: info@suenco.co.th

Suzuki
Suzuki’s main business is the manufacture of cars and motorbikes. In 1998 Suzuki invested $6.9 million to set up a joint venture with Myanmar Automobile & Diesel Engine Industries (MADI). MADI is controlled by the military regime. Suzuki owns 60% of the business, MADI 30% with the remaining 10% split between two Burmese companies with close government links.

Managing Director
Suzuki GB PLC
46-62 Gatwick Rd
Crawley
West Sussex RH10 2XF

Osamu Suzuki
Chairman
Suzuki Head Office
300 Takatsuka
Hamamatsu
Japan

Swift
Swift is a financial services co-operative company owned and controlled by many of the world’s largest banks, including Citibank, HSBC and ABN Amro. Swift hosts an electronic network that banks use to make transfers to each other. Following the imposition of financial sanctions by the United States government in August 2003 the regime faced a crisis, unable to use dollars in financial transactions. Swift came to their aid, making four Burmese banks part of its network. The regime is now able to avoid US financial sanctions by making financial transfers in Euros using Swift’s network.

Yawar Shah
Chairman
Swift
C/O JPMorgan Chase & Co
270 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10017-2070
USA

Chief Executive Officer
Swift
Avenue Adèle 1
B-1310 La Hulpe
Belgium
Fax: 00 32 2 655 32 26
Email: kara.condon@swift.com

Managing Director
Swift
7th floor, The Corn Exchange
55 Mark Lane
London EC3R 7NE
Fax: 020 7762 2222

Taiga Consultant Ltd
Taiga Consultant Ltd is a Canadian geological consulting firm. Taiga has an office in Burma and works closely with the regime exploring for base and precious metals.

Managing Director
Taiga Consultants Ltd
No 4, 1922 - 9th Avenue SE
Calgary, Alberta T2G 0V2
Canada
Email: taigaltd@taiga-ltd.com

Taisei - NEW
The Taisei Corporation is a Tokyo headquartered transnational construction and civil engineering corporation. With employees numbering nearly 10,000 and a history of involvement in over 50 countries worldwide, the corporation maintains a branch in Yangon. Their involvement there has included a leading role in the upgrade of Yangon International Airport alongside the Myanmar Construction Ministry, as well as office renovations for leading banks.

Taisei Corporation
1-25-1, Nishi-Shinjuku,
Shinjuku-ku
Tokyo, 163-0606
Japan
Fax: +81 3 3345 0481

Teak Marine - NEW
Teak Marine manufactures and ships teak decks and cabin soles for luxury yachts on the North American coastline. They only use Burmese Teak. As the Burmese regime owns all teak plantations in Burma, teak sales earn the regime millions of pounds every year.

Teak Marine
Crescent Beach Marina
200-12555 Crescent Road
Surrey
British Columbia V4A 2V4
Canada
Email: info@teakmarine.com

Tennyson Travel
Tennyson Travel is a UK travel company that trades under the name Visit Vietnam. As well as tours to Vietnam it also operates tours to Burma, which it advertises in national newspapers.

Managing Director
Tennyson Travel
30-32 Fulham High Street
London SW6 3LQ
Fax: 020 7736 5672
Email: tennyson@visitvietnam.co.uk

Timbmet
Timbmet is a UK timber company based in Oxford which sources teak from Burma. Timber exports are an important source of income for the regime.

Dan Kemp
Chairman
Timbmet Ltd., P.O. Box 39
Chawley Works, Cumnor Hill
Oxford OX2 9PP
Fax: 01865 864 367
Email: oxfsales@timbmet.com

Total Oil
Total is in a joint venture with the military regime developing an offshore gas field in the Andaman sea. The gas is exported to Thailand through a pipeline that travels 65 kilometres through Burma. Total is one of the biggest foreign investors in Burma. Total has been taken to court by six Burmese people who were used as forced labour in the preparation of Total’s pipeline in Burma.

Thierry Desmarest
Chief Executive
Total
2 Place de la Coupole
La Defense 6
92400 Courbevoie
France

Managing Director
Total Holdings UK Limited
33 Cavendish Square
London W1G OPW
Fax: 020 7416 4497

Trailblazer Guides
Trailblazer Guides publishes a guide to South East Asia that includes a section on Burma. This section facilitates tourism to the country. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Managing Director
Trailblazer Publications
The Old Manse, Tower Rd
Hindhead
Surrey GU26 6SU
Fax: 01428 607571
Email: info@trailblazer-guides.com

Trans Indus Ltd
Trans Indus is a British holiday company that operates tours to Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Managing Director
Trans Indus Ltd
75 St Mary’s Rd
Ealing, London W5 5RH

Travel World Media
Travel World Media owns Elephantguide.com. Elephantguide.com is an online travel guide which includes a section facilitating tourism to Burma.

Managing Director
Travel World Media
Court Lodge
Avening, Tetbury
Gloucestershire, GL8 8NY
Email: feedback@elephantguide.com

The Ultimate Travel Company/Worldwide Journeys & Expeditions
Worldwide Journeys is part of The Ultimate Travel Company. It offers tours to Burma saying there has never been a better time to visit. No mention is made of the military dictatorship.

Nick Van Gruisen
Managing Director
The Ultimate Travel Company
5-27 Vanston Place
London SW6 1AZ
Fax: 020 73810836
Email: enquiry@theultimatetravelcompany.co.uk

United Overseas Bank Group - NEW
The United Overseas Bank was founded in 1935 and is today a leading bank in Singapore and a dominant player in Asia-Pacific. As of 31 December 2005, the UOB Group had total assets of S$145.1 billion and shareholders' equity of S$14.9 billion. UOB has a global network of branches, offices and subsidiaries, one such office being in Burma. UOB also has diversified interests and through its subsidiary United Overseas Land the group operates the Park Royal Yangon hotel.

United Overseas Bank Ltd.
80 Raffles Place
UOB Plaza
Singapore 048624

Utopia Tours
Utopia Tours is a travel company based in Thailand which specialises in holidays for gays and lesbians. It advertises tours to Burma in Gay and Lesbian media in the UK. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Managing Director
Utopia Tours
Door East Ltd.
119/5-10 Suriwong Road
Bangkok 10500, THAILAND
Email: info@utopia-tours.com

Voyages to Asia
Voyages to Asia is a travel company organising tours to Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Managing Director
Voyages to Asia
Castle House
Castle Street
Hereford HR1 2NW
Email: info@voyagestoasia.com

William Garvey Furniture
William Garvey is a furniture design and manufacturing company. It uses Burmese teak. Teak exports are an important source of revenue for the regime.

Managing Director
William Garvey Ltd
Leyhill
Payhembury
Honiton
Devon EX14 3JG
Fax: 01404 841626

Willis Group Holdings
Willis Group Holdings is a global insurance broker. The Federation of Trade Unions – Burma reports that through its Singapore office Willis provides insurance cover for companies investing in Burma.

Managing Director
Willis Group Holdings
7 Hanover Square
New York NY 10004-2594
USA
Email: calaiaro_ke@willis.com

Managing Director
Willis Limited
Ten Trinity Square
London EC3P 3AX

Worldwood
Worldwood is a Dutch timber company which also operate in the UK. Worldwood sources teak from Burma. Teak exports are a key source of revenue for the regime.

Managing Director
Worldwood
Hoefweg 210
2665 LE Bleiswijk
The Netherlands
Email: paul@worldwood.com

Zarubezhneft - NEW
JSC Zarubezhneft is a Russian oil and gas company. In September 2006 it signed a production sharing contract for oil and gas exploration with the regime.

Nikolay Tokarev
Director Geneneral
Zarubezhneft
Building 1, 9/1/1 Armiansky pereulok
Moscow 101990
Russian Federation
Email: nestro@nestro.ru

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