Caterpillar creates armoured bulldozers specifically designed for the IDF to bulldoze Palestinian homes.
In 2003 a Caterpillar armoured bulldozer killed American activist Rachel Corrie, who attempted to stop the demolition of a Palestinian home by acting as a human shield. The bulldozer continued regardless, resulting in her tragic death.
The University of Manchester holds £820,133.60 worth of shares in Caterpillar
Allianz is the largest investment subsidiary of Elbit Systems, a company who supply military equipment, including drones, to the IDF. Research conducted by Al-Mezan concluded that drones have killed at least 1,000 people between 2000-2010.
The University of Manchester holds £2,402,549.82 worth of shares in Allianz.
General Motors provide baggage scanner vehicles to Israeli checkpoints in the West Bank. They have also been directly involved in licensing a garage which operates in the illegal settlement of MishorEdomim. This garage has a record of employing Palestinian workers in exploitative conditions.
The University of Manchester holds £2,325,383 worth of shares in General Motors.