Information related to shipping in and around the DPRK
DPRK-flagged vessels continue to flout international maritime laws in busy waterways
Vessel leaves South Korean waters and heads to an area near Shanghai
Traffic suggests DPRK's smuggling operations continue
Kim Su Il worked for North Korea's Munitions Industry Department
No discernible downturn in traffic following December 2017 passage of Resolution 2397
Bad weather may have temporarily disrupted DPRK's oil smuggling operations at sea
The Great Roc was involved in two DPRK coal shipments in 2017
Images show multiple vessels and Nampho and Songnim, with open cargo holds
Though the DPRK's oil tankers remain active as of June, July
Two vessels suspected of smuggling on behalf of the DPRK have been in South Korea for months
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