Suppliers of military apparel, personal protection systems and weapon carriage systems often need new camouflage patterns in a hurry. Imitating recent trends is an easy solution to the problem, but licensing patterns from Roggenwolf® could be a better solution.
However, I won't license camouflage patterns or provide consultation services to just anyone who asks. As an Australian company, Roggenwolf® Pty Limited abides by all domestic legislation that implements United Nations Security Council (UNSC) and Australian autonomous trade sanctions.
Therefore, Roggenwolf® will not license camouflage patterns or provide consultation services to any of the following individuals, entities, or nations: Al-Qaeda and/or the Taliban; Côte d'Ivoire; Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea); Democratic Republic of Congo; Eritrea; Fiji; Iran; Lebanon; Liberia; Libya; Myanmar; Somalia; Sudan; Syria; Zimbabwe.
Additionally, I reserve the right not to license camouflage patterns to any nation, entity, or individual for my own reasons, whether or not UNSC sanctions or Australian autonomous sanctions apply.
The list of nations, groups and individuals that are subject to UNSC sanctions and Australian autonomous sanctions varies from time to time. Whenever Roggenwolf modifies its trade sanctions policy, changes will be posted here.
'Roggenwolf', 'Deception you can trust', 'Warg', 'Warg 5D', 'Warg 5T', 'Warg 5U' and the Rād device are trade marks or registered trade marks of Brad Turner.
Updated: 04:59:21 Friday, 9 August 2013 (GMT)