COALITION

FOR

UKRAINE

Coalition

for

Ukraine

alex-algard

A personal note:

I'm a tech entrepreneur and concerned citizen trying to support Ukraine. I hope to rally suppport for companies pulling out of Russia, and add pressure on those that still remain, by providing you info to share in social media. Thank you for your support! - Alex Algard

CORPORATIONS SUPPORTING UKRAINE:

An Accounting of Who's Pulling Out and Who's Continuing Business With Russia

The brutal Russian invasion of Ukraine is being fought on many fronts, including the economic front. Corporations have made various announcements regarding Ukraine and Russia, but what are their actual actions to help prevent more bloodshed? As of May 25, we are tracking 1217 companies, of which 953 are pulling out of Russia, and 264 holdouts (highlighted in red) are mostly continuing to do business as usual in Russia. Review the list, take action (here and directly), tweet and share!

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LIST OF COMPANIES
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1217
Pulling Out
953
Holdouts
264

Accounting
9
Advertising
7
Aerospace
16
Aircraft
8
Architects
6
Association
17
Automotive
49
Beverages
39
Chemicals
25
Clothing
59
Commodities
16
Conglomerate
24
Consulting
20
Consumer
2
Consumer goods
79
Electronics
25
Energy
71
Engineering
1
Entertainment
16
Finance
97
Financial
1
Food
85
Industrial
157
Internet
41
Law
30
Logistics
22
Luxury
30
Manufacturing
121
Media
40
Medical
46
Medicine
1
Payments
13
Real Estate
15
Retail
100
Services
76
Sports
27
Tech
139
Telecom
10
Tires
7
Transportation
35
Travel
44
Video games
27
Headquarters

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Australia

Austria

Azerbaijan

Belarus

Belgium

Bermuda

Brazil

Canada

China

Cyprus

Czech Republic

Czechia

Denmark

England

Estonia

Finland

France

Germany

Gibraltar

Greece

Greenland

Hungary

Iceland

India

Indonesia

Ireland

Israel

Italy

Japan

Kazakhstan

Latvia

Liechtenstein

Lithuania

Luxembourg

Malaysia

Malta

Mexico

Monaco

Netherlands

New Zealand

Norway

Pakistan

Panama

Poland

Portugal

Puerto Rico

Qatar

Romania

Serbia

Singapore

Slovenia

South Africa

South Korea

Spain

Sri Lanka

Sweden

Switzerland

Taiwan

Thailand

Turkey

UAE

UK

USA

Ukraine

Vietnam

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AAK

HQ: Sweden
Food

April 27: Exiting Russia after halting deliveries and sales in Russia (Russia made up for some 3 percent of AAK’s volumes)

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ADM

HQ: USA
Food
Commodities

April 19: Scaled down operations in Russia not related to production and transport of food commodities

Listed on: World's Most Ethical Companies (Ethisphere)

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Agrana

HQ: Austria
Food

April 24: Operates a fruit segment in Russia. Does not plan to discontinue its operations in Russia (nearly 285 employees in Serpukhov, Russian business generates 2.1% of group revenue)

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AmRest

HQ: Spain
Food

May 15: Exiting entirely following sale of its brands in Russia

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Anecoop

HQ: Spain
Food

March 25: Operates a Subsidiary in Russia which continues to sell its goods. Diverting sales from Russia (6 employees)

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Arla Foods

HQ: Denmark
Food

May 18: Exited Russian market through sale of operations (70 employees)

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Atria

HQ: Finland
Food

March 7: Exiting the fast food business in Russia (1.5% of total net sales)

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Bakoma

HQ: Poland
Food

April 7: Does not intend to do business with Russia directly or through third parties

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Barilla Pasta

HQ: USA
Food

September 6: Suspended non-essential business activities and limiting production to basic food items (300 employees at pasta factory in Solnechnogorsk)

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Barry Callebaut

HQ: Switzerland
Food
Manufacturing
Consumer goods

April 13: Continuing production in Russia with its 3 factories in Russia (500 employees)

Listed on: Forbes Global 2000

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Bonduelle

HQ: France
Food

March 17: Continues to operate in Russia. Three factories in Russia produce foods for 146 million Russians (1000 employees)

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Bonduelle

HQ: France
Food

March 17: Continues to operate in Russia. Three factories in Russia produce foods for 146 million Russians (1000 employees)

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Borges International

HQ: Spain
Food

No statement regarding Russian operations. Operates in Russia through its ITLV brand. Office in St. Petersburg

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Bunge

HQ: USA
Food

September 19: Sold its oilseed processing business in Russia to Karen Vanetsyan

Listed on: Forbes Global 2000

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Burger King

HQ: USA
Food

March 10: Halting all corporate support for 800+ franchised restaurants (however the independent restaurants remain open)

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Cargill

HQ: USA
Food

March 11: $1.1b investment and 2,500 employees in Russia. Continuing primary operations. Scaling back business activities.

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Charoen Pokphand Foods

HQ: Thailand
Food

September 7: Plans to purchase the Russian subsidiary of German meat producer Tönnies for 22 billion roubles

Listed on: Forbes Global 2000 World's Most Ethical Companies (Ethisphere)

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Chipita (Mondelez International)

HQ: Greece
Food

April 28: No statement regarding Russian operations. Production plant in St. Petersburg

Listed on: Forbes Global 2000 World's Most Admired Companies (Fortune)

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Coles Group

HQ: Australia
Retail
Food

March 1: Removed Russian-sourced drinks from sale

Listed on: Forbes Global 2000

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Compass Group

HQ: UK
Food
Services

March 9: Permanently left the Russian market, ceasing relationships with all Russian suppliers

Listed on: Forbes Global 2000 World's Most Admired Companies (Fortune)

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Danone

HQ: France
Food

August 14: Initiated the process of transfering control of its Essential Dairy and Plant-based (EDP) business in Russia

Listed on: Forbes Global 2000 World's Most Admired Companies (Fortune)

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De Cecco

HQ: Italy
Food

No statement regarding Russian operations. Its subsidiary Extra M JSC operates in Russia

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DMK Group

HQ: Germany
Food

March 10: Continues production of cheese in its 2 factories. Suspended new investments

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Domino's Pizza

HQ: USA
Food

August 21: Exited Russia as local franchise operators failed to sell operations

Listed on: Forbes Global 2000 World's Most Admired Companies (Fortune)

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Dr. Oetker

HQ: Germany
Food

April 8: Withdrew from Russian market by transfering ownership to Russian managing directors.

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Dunkin Donuts

HQ: USA
Food

March 11: Suspended development and investment in Russia. 20 franchised stores continue running independently

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Ehrmann

HQ: Germany
Food

No statement regarding Russian operations. 12 production lines in Russia (around 450 employees)

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Fazer

HQ: Finland
Food

May 3: Sold its Russian subsidiary to Kolomenskij Bakery and Confectionery

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Ferrero

HQ: Italy
Food

March 12: Continues to export products to Russia. Suspended non-essential activities and development plans in Russia (Operates a plant in Vladimir Region and Office in Moscow)

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Focus Brands

HQ: USA
Conglomerate
Food

February 14: Halted all new investments and expansion plans in the country and stopped providing any services to the independently owned and operated franchises (195 partner cafes)

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GEA Group

HQ: Germany
Food

August 10: Scaling down its Russian operations due to sanctions. Will continue to maintain scaled down operations to enable the production of essential food and medicine

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GEA Group

HQ: Germany
Food

August 10: Scaling down its Russian operations due to sanctions. Will continue to maintain scaled down operations to enable the production of essential food and medicine

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General Mills Inc

HQ: USA
Food

March 12: Suspended all capital investment and advertising for Cereal Partners Worldwide (joint venture with Nestle)

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Globus Hypermarket

HQ: Germany
Food
Retail

March 16: Operates 19 hypermarkets in Russia with 9,900 employees, accounting for 14% of overall sales.

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Grainpro

HQ: USA
Food

March 10: Halted all sales of products and services in Russia

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Groupe Le Duff

HQ: France
Food

No statement regarding Russian operations. Operates a number of restaurant locations in Russia

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Groupe Limagrain

HQ: France
Food
Industrial

Will continue to supply Russia with seed. Suspends the construction of a seed factory in Russia

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Groupe Savencia

HQ: France
Food

March 8: Continues milk collection, cheese production and distribution activities in Russia

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Gruma

HQ: Mexico
Food

April 7: Still active in Russia under Delicados brand. Suspended its expansion investment plans for its two manufacturing facilities in Stupino and Siberia. continues to operate out of 2 plants in Russia

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Grupo Bimbo

HQ: Mexico
Food

March 14: Suspended sales and new capital and marketing investment

Listed on: World's Most Ethical Companies (Ethisphere)

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Grupo Fuertes

HQ: Spain
Industrial
Food

February 28: No statement regarding Russia operations. 11.12% stake in Cherkizovo Group (largest meat producer in Russia)

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Hesburger

HQ: Finland
Food

March 29: Closing all outlets in Russia. The withdrawal is characterised as slow (only closed 1 out of the 38 restaurants it has in Russia)

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HiPP

HQ: Germany
Food

Stopped all investment in Russia, continues to sell products on its website (Office in Moscow)

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Hochland

HQ: Germany
Food

April 6: Froze advertising and investment in Russia. Operates plants in Raos, Prokhorovka and Belinsky. (Market leader in Russia- sold 394,000 tons of cheese in 2020)

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Huhtamaki

HQ: Finland
Manufacturing
Food

September 2: Sold its operations in Russia to Espetina Ltd (Operated a Fiber Packaging manufacturing facility in Ivanteevka)

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Hunajayhtymä Oy (Honey Group)

HQ: Finland
Food

February 28: Suspended the sale of products on its OZON online store

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Intercomm Foods

HQ: Greece
Food

March 1: Stopped shipping its products to Russia

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Jamie Oliver Group

HQ: UK
Food

March 12: Exited its franchise agreement with partner Ginza Project

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Kellogg

HQ: USA
Food

December 22: Sold its operations in Russia to local firm Chernogolovka

Listed on: Forbes Global 2000 World's Most Admired Companies (Fortune) World's Most Ethical Companies (Ethisphere)

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Kepenou Mills

HQ: Greece
Food

March 1: Stopped wheat orders from Russia due to a rise in price of commodities

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FAQ

Why does it matter whether or not companies pull out of Russia?

These companies want to be on the right side of history in the eyes of their customers, employees, and shareholders. Their actions absolutely matter and will make a difference. The Kremlin cannot win this economic war, and the oligarchs of Russia are now starting to openly speak up against Putin.

What are your data sources?

We rely on the most authoritative sources available online, including public announcements by corporations and online media sources as attributed in the "source" column.

How do you define "pulling out of Russia"? If a company is not shutting down 100% of Russian operations, what threshold do you use?

Most companies that are withdrawing from the Russian market are not shutting down 100% of their Russian operations. We try to ascertain how material the pullback is relative to the company's overall business within Russia, and if it is a significant reduction, then we will give the company credit for it. Conversely, if a company has announced that it is shutting a portion of its Russian business, but we have determined that the affected businesses is in fact a relatively small portion of the overall business, then we will still call attention to the company needing to do more.

Am I hurting the average Russian citizen by encouraging businesses to leave?

Russia’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine can be repulsed on the ground and through economic pressure. In fact, if the ground war slows to a stalemate, the economic war is increasingly important. We believe the most helpful way for us to take action is to urgently encourage major businesses to cease business ties with Russia. This economic pressure will help expedite an end to the war.

Who created this website and why?

Alex Algard, a tech entrepreneur, created this website, and he provides ongoing support for a professional team of web development, research, and data entry staff. As a concerned citizen, he felt compelled to do something in support of Ukraine.

Alex can be found online here: Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram

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