Which manufacturer 1st to stop ALL supply to Russia

Versatile tractors, made in Winnipeg, Canada, owned by a Russian, many tractors built for export to Russia, cannot now be shipped.
I’m not certain what the plan is, but I suspect the factory will need to curtail production.
There isn’t a market in North America to absorb the production of all those artic tractors not only from Versatile, but JD as well that were being built for export to Russia.
My neighbour imports small Ukrainian farm equipment, shipped through Rostov (in Russia), business ceased just like that last Thursday. He cannot pay the shipper after Canada was one of the first to impose restrictions on SWIFT.
Its amazing how far away events strike close to home very quickly.
 

Johnnyboxer

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Not sure how accurate and entire it is - but looks extensive

Taken from Facebook


What has already been disabled in Russia as of 02.03.2022
Apple Pay - full block
Apple - complete withdrawal from the market
Adidas - withdrawal from the national soccer team
Audi - withdrawal from the market
AMD - banning the supply of microchips and soon banning the supply of graphics cards
Amazon - complete block of all retail
Adobe - total lockout.
British Petrolium - withdraw from Rosneft 20% stake
BBC - revocation of broadcasting licenses.
BMW - closing factories, blocking shipments.
Bolt - withdrawal from market
Boeing - withdrawal from the market
Chevrolet - withdrawal from the market
Cannes Festival - block of Russian delegation
Cadillac - exit from the market
Carlsberg - export limitation
Cex Io - crypto site bans users
Cinema 4D - application does not work
Coca Cola - exit from the market
Danone - withdrawal from the market along with its subsidiary Prostokvashino
Disney - cancellation of all movies
Dell - exit from the market
Dropbox - will stop working in the country in a few days
DHL - withdrawal from the market
Eurovision - disqualification
Ericsson - withdrawal from the market.
Exxon Mobil - withdrawal of all specialists from Russian oil companies
Etsy - blocking of all balances in Russian accounts
Facebook - ban of Russian media accounts
FedEx - complete ban on shipments
Formula 1 - cancellation of the Sochi tournament
Ford - closing all stores
FIFA - disqualification of the national team from the World Cup and banning any international matches in Russia
Google Pay - partial block
Google Maps - block of info for the Russian Federation.
General Motors - stops exports
HP - import ban
Harley Davidson - stopping shipments
Instagram - blocking propaganda
Intel - banning shipments of microchips
Jaguar - withdraw from the market
Jooble - removed service and made a statement
KUNA - going out of the market
Lenovo - leaving the market
LinkedIn - getting ready to exit the country completely
MOK - all the contests were canceled
Mastercard - suspension of card production, disconnection of several banks
Maersk - stoppage of shipments to/from Russia - goodbye to Ali express and ASOS
Mercedes - withdrawal from the country
Megogo - removal of all Russian movies
Metro - dismissal of 10k employees
Mitsubishi - 141 service center employees will be laid off
Microsoft Office - wide range of measures under discussion
Mobile World Congress - denial of accreditation for the Russian delegation
NFT - block of funds of Russian and Belarusian users, transfer of their money to Ukraine
NHL - full block for Russian players
Netflix - block for Russian subscriptions, suspension of series' production in Russia
Nike - all stores will be closed
Nintendo - ban on purchases in rubles
Nestle - closing of all 6 factories in Russia
OnlyFans - closing in the country
Paysera - blocking
PayPal - freezing of accounts for withdrawal
Paramount - block film distribution
Parimatch - franchise has been revoked
Play Station - impossible to make a payment
Pornhub - content access restriction
Porsche - withdrawal from the Russian Federation
Renault - withdrawal from the market
Samsung pay - service blocking
Snapchat - withdrawal from the application in the Russian Federation and Belarus
Scania - exit from the Russian Federation
SpaceX - delivery of Starlink to Ukraine
Shell - termination of contract with Gazprom
Spotify - inability to pay the subscription
Sony - block of movie distribution
Twitter - no Russian citizens can register their accounts
TikTok - mass banning of aggressive people and the so-called media
Toyota - dismissal of 2 600 employees
UEFA - the UEFA European Football Championship final in St. Petersburg was canceled, all clubs were banned from taking part in the Champions League and European league, the contracts with Gazprom as a general sponsor were terminated
UPS - complete ban on shipments
Universal pictures - blockade of movie distribution
Visa - blocking of banks under the bank loans
Volvo - withdrawal from the Russian Federation
Yandex - delisting the company's shares from the NY Stock Exchange
YouTube - blocking hundreds of Russian channels and their monetization
Warner Bros - canceling all film distribution
Webmoney - banning of transactions
Wolkswagen - withdrawal from the country
Zoom - revocation of licenses for software development.
And also S.W.I.F.T which is the communication system used by 11.000 different banks worldwide, apart from the Chinese who use their own system.
This list is by no means complete.
 

JP1

Member
Livestock Farmer
Not sure how accurate and entire it is - but looks extensive

Taken from Facebook


What has already been disabled in Russia as of 02.03.2022
Apple Pay - full block
Apple - complete withdrawal from the market
Adidas - withdrawal from the national soccer team
Audi - withdrawal from the market
AMD - banning the supply of microchips and soon banning the supply of graphics cards
Amazon - complete block of all retail
Adobe - total lockout.
British Petrolium - withdraw from Rosneft 20% stake
BBC - revocation of broadcasting licenses.
BMW - closing factories, blocking shipments.
Bolt - withdrawal from market
Boeing - withdrawal from the market
Chevrolet - withdrawal from the market
Cannes Festival - block of Russian delegation
Cadillac - exit from the market
Carlsberg - export limitation
Cex Io - crypto site bans users
Cinema 4D - application does not work
Coca Cola - exit from the market
Danone - withdrawal from the market along with its subsidiary Prostokvashino
Disney - cancellation of all movies
Dell - exit from the market
Dropbox - will stop working in the country in a few days
DHL - withdrawal from the market
Eurovision - disqualification
Ericsson - withdrawal from the market.
Exxon Mobil - withdrawal of all specialists from Russian oil companies
Etsy - blocking of all balances in Russian accounts
Facebook - ban of Russian media accounts
FedEx - complete ban on shipments
Formula 1 - cancellation of the Sochi tournament
Ford - closing all stores
FIFA - disqualification of the national team from the World Cup and banning any international matches in Russia
Google Pay - partial block
Google Maps - block of info for the Russian Federation.
General Motors - stops exports
HP - import ban
Harley Davidson - stopping shipments
Instagram - blocking propaganda
Intel - banning shipments of microchips
Jaguar - withdraw from the market
Jooble - removed service and made a statement
KUNA - going out of the market
Lenovo - leaving the market
LinkedIn - getting ready to exit the country completely
MOK - all the contests were canceled
Mastercard - suspension of card production, disconnection of several banks
Maersk - stoppage of shipments to/from Russia - goodbye to Ali express and ASOS
Mercedes - withdrawal from the country
Megogo - removal of all Russian movies
Metro - dismissal of 10k employees
Mitsubishi - 141 service center employees will be laid off
Microsoft Office - wide range of measures under discussion
Mobile World Congress - denial of accreditation for the Russian delegation
NFT - block of funds of Russian and Belarusian users, transfer of their money to Ukraine
NHL - full block for Russian players
Netflix - block for Russian subscriptions, suspension of series' production in Russia
Nike - all stores will be closed
Nintendo - ban on purchases in rubles
Nestle - closing of all 6 factories in Russia
OnlyFans - closing in the country
Paysera - blocking
PayPal - freezing of accounts for withdrawal
Paramount - block film distribution
Parimatch - franchise has been revoked
Play Station - impossible to make a payment
Pornhub - content access restriction
Porsche - withdrawal from the Russian Federation
Renault - withdrawal from the market
Samsung pay - service blocking
Snapchat - withdrawal from the application in the Russian Federation and Belarus
Scania - exit from the Russian Federation
SpaceX - delivery of Starlink to Ukraine
Shell - termination of contract with Gazprom
Spotify - inability to pay the subscription
Sony - block of movie distribution
Twitter - no Russian citizens can register their accounts
TikTok - mass banning of aggressive people and the so-called media
Toyota - dismissal of 2 600 employees
UEFA - the UEFA European Football Championship final in St. Petersburg was canceled, all clubs were banned from taking part in the Champions League and European league, the contracts with Gazprom as a general sponsor were terminated
UPS - complete ban on shipments
Universal pictures - blockade of movie distribution
Visa - blocking of banks under the bank loans
Volvo - withdrawal from the Russian Federation
Yandex - delisting the company's shares from the NY Stock Exchange
YouTube - blocking hundreds of Russian channels and their monetization
Warner Bros - canceling all film distribution
Webmoney - banning of transactions
Wolkswagen - withdrawal from the country
Zoom - revocation of licenses for software development.
And also S.W.I.F.T which is the communication system used by 11.000 different banks worldwide, apart from the Chinese who use their own system.
This list is by no means complete.
Good to see Pornhub doing their bit too
 

robs1

Member
It's nothing to do with stability it's a few politicians and their mates attempting to make billions out of the situation, the older generation follow the media blindly. Thank God the younger generation aren't as gullible.

Remember the same media told us that we were going to die within 48 hours with covid, whilst Boris and co were having parties. The world is controlled by a handful of families the rest of us are plebs.
You are very wrong, it's the older grumpier generation that believes very little it sees, it's the young that believe everything they see on social media
 

marco

Member
Not sure how accurate and entire it is - but looks extensive

Taken from Facebook


What has already been disabled in Russia as of 02.03.2022
Apple Pay - full block
Apple - complete withdrawal from the market
Adidas - withdrawal from the national soccer team
Audi - withdrawal from the market
AMD - banning the supply of microchips and soon banning the supply of graphics cards
Amazon - complete block of all retail
Adobe - total lockout.
British Petrolium - withdraw from Rosneft 20% stake
BBC - revocation of broadcasting licenses.
BMW - closing factories, blocking shipments.
Bolt - withdrawal from market
Boeing - withdrawal from the market
Chevrolet - withdrawal from the market
Cannes Festival - block of Russian delegation
Cadillac - exit from the market
Carlsberg - export limitation
Cex Io - crypto site bans users
Cinema 4D - application does not work
Coca Cola - exit from the market
Danone - withdrawal from the market along with its subsidiary Prostokvashino
Disney - cancellation of all movies
Dell - exit from the market
Dropbox - will stop working in the country in a few days
DHL - withdrawal from the market
Eurovision - disqualification
Ericsson - withdrawal from the market.
Exxon Mobil - withdrawal of all specialists from Russian oil companies
Etsy - blocking of all balances in Russian accounts
Facebook - ban of Russian media accounts
FedEx - complete ban on shipments
Formula 1 - cancellation of the Sochi tournament
Ford - closing all stores
FIFA - disqualification of the national team from the World Cup and banning any international matches in Russia
Google Pay - partial block
Google Maps - block of info for the Russian Federation.
General Motors - stops exports
HP - import ban
Harley Davidson - stopping shipments
Instagram - blocking propaganda
Intel - banning shipments of microchips
Jaguar - withdraw from the market
Jooble - removed service and made a statement
KUNA - going out of the market
Lenovo - leaving the market
LinkedIn - getting ready to exit the country completely
MOK - all the contests were canceled
Mastercard - suspension of card production, disconnection of several banks
Maersk - stoppage of shipments to/from Russia - goodbye to Ali express and ASOS
Mercedes - withdrawal from the country
Megogo - removal of all Russian movies
Metro - dismissal of 10k employees
Mitsubishi - 141 service center employees will be laid off
Microsoft Office - wide range of measures under discussion
Mobile World Congress - denial of accreditation for the Russian delegation
NFT - block of funds of Russian and Belarusian users, transfer of their money to Ukraine
NHL - full block for Russian players
Netflix - block for Russian subscriptions, suspension of series' production in Russia
Nike - all stores will be closed
Nintendo - ban on purchases in rubles
Nestle - closing of all 6 factories in Russia
OnlyFans - closing in the country
Paysera - blocking
PayPal - freezing of accounts for withdrawal
Paramount - block film distribution
Parimatch - franchise has been revoked
Play Station - impossible to make a payment
Pornhub - content access restriction
Porsche - withdrawal from the Russian Federation
Renault - withdrawal from the market
Samsung pay - service blocking
Snapchat - withdrawal from the application in the Russian Federation and Belarus
Scania - exit from the Russian Federation
SpaceX - delivery of Starlink to Ukraine
Shell - termination of contract with Gazprom
Spotify - inability to pay the subscription
Sony - block of movie distribution
Twitter - no Russian citizens can register their accounts
TikTok - mass banning of aggressive people and the so-called media
Toyota - dismissal of 2 600 employees
UEFA - the UEFA European Football Championship final in St. Petersburg was canceled, all clubs were banned from taking part in the Champions League and European league, the contracts with Gazprom as a general sponsor were terminated
UPS - complete ban on shipments
Universal pictures - blockade of movie distribution
Visa - blocking of banks under the bank loans
Volvo - withdrawal from the Russian Federation
Yandex - delisting the company's shares from the NY Stock Exchange
YouTube - blocking hundreds of Russian channels and their monetization
Warner Bros - canceling all film distribution
Webmoney - banning of transactions
Wolkswagen - withdrawal from the country
Zoom - revocation of licenses for software development.
And also S.W.I.F.T which is the communication system used by 11.000 different banks worldwide, apart from the Chinese who use their own system.
This list is by no means complete.
Would they not be better leaving Twitter in Russia so they are shown what Putin is up to
 

Smith31

Member
You are very wrong, it's the older grumpier generation that believes very little it sees, it's the young that believe everything they see on social media

The older generation were queuing up to be injected with the covid miracle drugs last year, because social media told them that they would die without them.

I remember members being verbally abused on here when they questioned Covid, remarkable how its disappeared overnight, now all the oldies have had their doses.

Whilst over on Tik Tok, the younger generation were questioning the science behind the vaccines and why Astra Zeneca was used on the older generations mainly.

The younger generation were also questioning why anti vaccine protests across the world were receiving no media coverage, they are not as stupid as the media portrays them to be, they are simply more laid back.
 
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Man fined £300 for bonfire-related waste offences

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A man has pleaded guilty at Newtownards Magistrates’ Court to waste offences relating to a bonfire next to the electrical sub-station on the Circular Road in Newtownards, Co. Down.

Gareth Gill (51) of Abbot’s Walk, Newtownards pleaded guilty to two charges under the Waste and Contaminated Land (Northern Ireland) Order 1997, for which he was fined £150 each and ordered to pay a £15 offender’s levy

On June 25, 2018, PSNI officers went to Gill’s yard, where they found a large amount of waste consisting of scrap wood, pallets, carpet and underlay.

Discussion with Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA) officers confirmed the site...
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