Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Forests-Action-at-Offermann-in-Germany-27MZIFDOR9O.htmlConceptually similarForests Action at Offermann in GermanyGP06U1Completed★★★★Forests Action at Offermann in GermanyGP0121JCompleted★★★★Forests Action at Offermann in GermanyGP02SXGCompleted★★★★Forests Action at Offermann in GermanyGP02SXHCompleted★★★★Forests Action at Offermann in GermanyGP02SXICompleted★★★★Forests Action at Offermann in GermanyGP02SXCCompleted★★★★Forests Action at Offermann in GermanyGP02NB1Completed★★★★Forests Action at Offermann in GermanyGP02NB3Completed★★★★Forests Action at Fritz Offermann in GermanyGP0PRXCompleted★★★★View AllGP0X6YForests Action at Offermann in GermanyThe logotype of the timber importer Fritz Offermann in Preussisch-Oldendorf, North Rhine-Westphalia with a Greenpeace banner fixed at the crane below adding to the logotype the words: 'Destroyer by Tradition' in German and a second banner showing a drawn gorilla that reads: 'Hands off of My Home!' in German. Fritz Offermann ist one of the biggest timber importers and manufacturers of ancient forest wood in Germany. This is the second time Greenpeace is protesting against the company taking part in the destruction of the last ancient forests in Africa. Greenpeace is requesting stricter import controls and laws.In original language:Aktion bei der Firma OffermannGreenpeace Aktion bei der Firma "Fritz Offermann Saegewerk und Holzimport" gegen den Import und die Verarbeitung von Holz aus Liberia/Afrika. Aktivisten protestieren auf Verladekran.Locations:Europe-Germany-Osnabrück-Preussisch-OldendorfDate:11 Jun, 2003Credit:© Jürgen Siegmann / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5408px X 3534pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Climbing actions-Day-Deforestation-Forests (campaign title)-Greenpeace activists-Industrial cranes-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Sawmills-Small group of people-Timber-Timber industryShoot:Forests Action at Offermann in GermanyFritz Offermann is one of the biggest timber importers and manufacturers of ancient forest wood in Germany. This is the second time Greenpeace is protesting against the company taking part in the destruction of the last ancient forests in Africa. Greenpeace is requesting stricter import controls and laws.