Yesterday the Swedish Port Workers’ Union announced that the planned strike in the ports of Gothenburg and Helsingborg is being […]
Yesterday the Swedish Port Workers’ Union announced that the planned strike in the ports of Gothenburg and Helsingborg is being withdrawn.
The negotiations have been ongoing between the parties since the strike notice was announced last week and yesterday a new offer was presented which the union considers to be good enough to present to the members.
Based on the new information above, this means that the work in the ports continues as usual.
We will follow the situation and if you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us!
C Land Logistics.
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