The SUTRAMPORCPC is on strike at the terminal of APM since April and has declared indefinite strike from May 13
The IDC Health and Safety Committee of the European Zone has met today 28 April in Paris, at the headquarters of the CGT Federation of Ports and Docks attended by delegates from Spain, France, Sweden, Portugal, Greece and Malta.
The Assembly has focused its attention on the demands and project for improving dockworking skills in Ecuador, the conflict affecting Paraguayan workers and the creation of a professional IDC Union Training School in Latin America.
IDC-E StatementAll the members of the IDC European zone support the Greek people who, through a democratic vote affirmed their opposition to the austerity measures imposed by Europe.
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IDC Press release: 15 de Mayo 2015The SUTRAMPORCPC began yesterday May 13 an indefinite strike following the refusal of APM and DPW to reach basic agreements on the negotiations.
Source:PortStrategyPayback: Cosco needs to give back concession funds.
Source:Europe:euThe European Commission has concluded that certain fiscal benefits granted by Greece in favour of port operator Piraeus Container Terminal S.A. (PCT) and its parent company Cosco Pacific Limited (Cosco) provided the beneficiaries with an undue advantage over their competitors in breach of EU state aid rules. These benefits include tax exemptions and preferential accounting treatment.
Source:ILWUIt wasn’t quick or easy, but the ILWU Longshore Negotiating Committee reached a tentative agreement for a new 5-year contract with the Pacific Maritime Association (PMA) on February 20th.
Yesterday, on February 4, a historic agreement was signed for Paraguay’s port workers. The negotiations between the IDC delegation and the LOMP-CCT with the Ministry of Labor ended in accords to establish a collective labor agreement for the Port of Caacupemí, the re-hiring of the 200 workers dismissed and the release of 11 detainees who were facing charges of six years in prison.
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