Over 300 delegates representing around 100,000 dockers met in Miami, Florida (United States) for three days in late September The Assembly re-elected Jordi Aragunde as IDC General Coordinator by a unanimous vote and voted on the lines of action it will take for the next two years Recognized as an international negotiator, the IDC is set to meet with the European Commissioner for Transport in support of the current Spanish dockers’ conflict IDC, 03/10/2016. Miami (Florida, United States). Over 300 union delegates from five continents met from the 27th to the 29th of September in Miami, Florida in the...
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• The conditions of workers within the ports are a key factor for competition• Jordi Aragunde: "we must focus on the application of the new Regulation with regards to container terminal automation"
The Gothenburg container terminal, the largest in all the Nordic countries, has experienced problems since APM Terminals (APMT) obtained the concession. Repeated crisis' have led to a dramatic drop in market shares, from 57% of the Swedish container market to 45% in just a few years.
Gathered in Miami, Florida (USA) on SEPTEMBER 27-29, 2016, IDC members present at the 7th General Assembly have agreed unanimously to adopt the following motions and pledges it's full support in terms of the ongoing conflicts summarized below.
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