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Maersk Line has contingency plan for Spanish strikes

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Maersk Line will reroute vessels in order to minimize the nuisances for customers when the Spanish port workers launch their announced strike in coming weeks in protest against the government's plans to liberalize the ports.


BY NIKLAS KRIGSLUND
Published 02.03.17 at 09:12

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