Dockworkers in new protest against MSC's entry into Hamburg

The employees of terminal operator HHLA are still skeptical about the prospect of the container line becoming a major shareholder in the company.
The dockworkers have protested against MSC several times. This picture is from a protest in September 2023. | Photo: Bodo Marks/AP/Ritzau Scanpix
The dockworkers have protested against MSC several times. This picture is from a protest in September 2023. | Photo: Bodo Marks/AP/Ritzau Scanpix

Several hundred dockworkers protested on Wednesday in Hamburg against the city council’s decision to allow the world’s largest container shipping company, Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC), to buy into the port’s largest terminal operator, HHLA, in which the city owns a majority stake.

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