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The articles excerpted on this site report on the state of the industry as seen by mainstream media, and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the officers of the ILWU Coast Longshore Division.

Worker advocates turn sights on warehouse industry in Southern California

From the Journal of Commerce:

In what could be the beginning of a larger effort to focus on working conditions and eventually organize the warehouse sector of the transportation industry, workers at a warehouse near the Port of Los Angeles walked off their jobs Tuesday, attracting the support of the Teamsters union.

The job action […]

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Port of Long Beach truck drivers wait for court ruling, enter week 10 of 6th strike against employer

Thursday, September 10 concluded a historic six weeks of testimony in back-to-back individual hearings of 38 independent contractor port truck drivers who claim they’ve been misclassified, many of whom have been on strike against their employer, Carson-based Pacific 9 Transportation (Pac 9), six times in the last two years.

The individual hearings, which began on […]

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Most Port of Long Beach, Los Angeles truck drivers end strike

From the Press-Telegram:

Drivers working for three of four trucking firms have returned to work after being on strike throughout the week, the Teamsters union announced Friday.

Friday morning, Teamsters announced that strike actions would only continue against Pacific 9 Transportation and that picketing would take place outside the company’s facility in Carson.

A […]

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