Fires burned for hours after a train carrying more than 100 tankers of crude oil derailed in a [...]
In an article titled ‘CP engineers on strike after talks fail,’ the Journal of Commerce reports:
A Teamsters union representing more than 3,000 Canadian Pacific Railway locomotive engineers and conductors walked off the job after failing to reach an agreement by the midnight deadline on Feb. 14.
Teamsters Canada Rail Conference (TCRC) members went on [...]
An eastbound CN freight train hauling crude oil has derailed on the CN mainline north of Gogama. The wreckage is on fire according to information provide by a CN official.
The stretch of rail between Gogama and Foleyet is extremely remote and cannot be accessed by road, according to Ontario Provincial Police. CN said the [...]
Excerpts from a Daily News article titled ”JH Kelly in line for Haven’s propane terminal contract”:
Despite local trade labor’s support, ILWU Local 21 expressed concerns about the nature of the permanent jobs, rail congestion and the safety and location of the terminal.
“We have concerns about an upstart company storing (millions of gallons) of [...]
SAN FRANCISCO, CA (February 4, 2015) – The ILWU is trying to keep dock employers at the negotiating table to finish an agreement that is “extremely close.”
“We’re this close,” said ILWU President Robert McEllrath, who held up two fingers in a gesture indicating how close the parties are to reaching an agreement.
SAN FRANCISCO (December 29, 2014) – The International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) said today that the PMA member carriers sitting on PMA’s Board of Directors need to come to the negotiating table so that direct and constructive dialogue between key decision makers can take place. “Both sides need the right people in the room [...]
The Journal of Commerce reported on Tuesday:
The International Longshore and Warehouse Union today recessed the caucus that it opened on Monday as the union awaited a response from the Pacific Maritime Association on its latest contract proposal.
Last Thursday, the PMA presented a new contract offer to the ILWU. Union negotiators reviewed the proposal [...]
From the Journal of Commerce:
As the world’s first 19,000 TEU ship sets sail on its maiden voyage on Monday, concerns are being raised that mega container ships pose a substantial risk to cargo and crew due to their sheer size and inability of supporting infrastructure to come to their aid in the event [...]
[ENGLISH SUMMARY: Worker Lázaro Rivera was killed Saturday when a shipping container fell on a truck at the Port of Balboa in Panama. Our condolences go out to Brother Rivera's family, friends and colleagues.]
Fallece un trabajador en Panama Ports
Un accidente laboral se registró al mediodía de [...]
Excerpts from ”New talks Tuesday will try to resolve West Coast port terminals dispute” by KIRO Radio in Seattle:
After weeks of lost productivity, backlogs and finger-pointing, contract talks resume Tuesday between west coast terminal operators and union Longshore members in Seattle and elsewhere, who are working without a contract.
“It’s a much more [...]
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