Petrochemical Producers Supply Chain Survey

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Mediation Starts over APM Terminals Gothenburg Dispute

The dispute between the Ports of Sweden and the Swedish Dockworkers’ Union at APM Terminals in Gothenburg that has ...

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Scottish Grangemouth Workers Walk Out

The announced strike over shift change cuts at Scottish port Grangemouth was launched this morning as the workers ...

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Eimskip Hammers Out Wage Deal, Dodges Strike

Senior officers aboard Eimskip vessels have postponed their announced strike until mid February having reached a ...

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Cochin’s Workers Oppose IPO Plan

Cochin Shipyard’s unionized workers are protesting the proposed initial public offering (IPO) which would see ...

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HHI Workers Support the Wage Deal

Unionized workers of South Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) have voted in favor of a tentative ...

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HHI, Workers Reach Agreement on Wages

South Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) has negotiated a tentative agreement in this year’s ...

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2015 Dark Year for Workers' Safety in European Ports

2015 has been a particularly dark year for safety in docks at European ports, according to the European Transport ...

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HPA, MUA Extend Talks on Sacked Workers

 Stevedoring company Hutchison Ports Australia (HPA) and the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) today inked a new ...

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Workers Evacuated from Pemex Platform amid Gas Leak

Eighty-five workers have been evacuated from a Pemex-owned platform in the Gulf of Mexico after a gas leak was ...

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Sinopacific Refutes Reports on Unpaid Wages

Chinese shipbuilder Sinopacific Shipbuilding Group (Sinopacific) has denied media reports on unpaid wages to its ...

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3 Workers Succumb to Injuries from Bangladesh Yard Blast

Three workers out of eight who were injured in a blast on Sunday at a shipbreaking yard, owned by Shital ...

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Blast at Bangladeshi Shipbreaking Yard Injures 8 Workers

A gas cylinder exploded on Sunday at a shipbreaking yard, owned by Shital Enterprise, located in Sitakunda Upazila, ...

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Petrobras Fuel Tank Blast Kills Two Workers

Two workers were killed in an explosion on Wednesday, August 26, at a fuel-unloading terminal used by a unit of ...

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Three Workers Evacuated from Pemex Rig, Fire Contained

Three workers have been evacuated from a Pemex-run oil rig in the southern part of the Gulf of Mexico following ...

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ILWU: Closing West Coast Ports Would Be Reckless

ILWU Closing West Coast Ports Would Be Reckless

The International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) is reportedly trying to keep the U.S. West Coast dock ...

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Aker Philadelphia Extends Contract with Metal Workers

Aker Philadelphia Extends Contract with Metal Workers

The U.S.-based Aker Philadelphia Shipyard, Inc., (APSI), the sole operating subsidiary of Oslo-listed Aker ...

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ITF Launches East Asian Maritime Action Week

Teams of inspectors from the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) will begin the first East ...

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Four South Korean Yard Workers Crushed to Death

Four workers of Geochung Shipbuilding’s Busan-based yard have been crushed to death earlier today by ...

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HHI Workers Turn Down Wage Deal

Workers at South Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) voted down a tentative wage agreement with the ...

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PMA: ILWU Withholding Skilled Longshore Workers

PMA ILWU Witholding Skilled Longshore Workers

The Pacific Maritime Association (PMA) has accused the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) of ...

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Panama Canal Strike Ended

A deal has been reached by the construction workers union Untraics and FCC-ICA-MECO ending a two-week strike at the ...

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