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Supplies are paralyzed on the sidewalks for another labor suit

Supplies are paralyzed on the sidewalks for another labor suit

company Louis Ayala Cologne Sucrs., Inc. confirmed. Through its Executive Vice President, Hernan Ayala, that since last Saturday, July 17, the leaders of the ILA 1740 union have ordered its members to cease stowage operations for the ship of the Northern Diplomat.

Ayala stated that the identification of the aforementioned union is considered by the company as “illegal“Y Stay stuck on sidewalks Important supplies of fresh and perishable food and pharmaceutical products.

“It comes in disregarding the company’s proactive efforts and acting proactively looking for solutions that we have persisted with. Our goal has been to find alternatives to address and resolve your concerns. However, They have decided to suspend work Despite the catastrophe this would entail in the transportation supply chain.”

As they said, the company contacted the union leadership to understand the basics on which the stoppage was based, but they did not receive any response.

On July 20, the Federation issued an order not to carry out stowage work at MV FOUMA either.

“We are convinced that the determination of the leadership of the Federation prompted its members to act in a way not only Illegal but unreasonable “We are concerned about the consequences for consumers,” the executive added.

The company said it had activated its legal team to work “in the search for alternatives to achieve a quick solution to this conflict.”

This labor struggle joins the Permanent Assembly Issued by truck drivers, who since Wednesday have paralyzed the services of distributing goods from the sidewalks.

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Truckers protest against the Financial Supervisory Board’s rejection of a new NTSP regulation that contained an increase in transportation rates, and this is the center of contention between the financial entity and truck drivers.

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