Port of Rotterdam hit by 24 hour strike

The risk of a long-term strike in the port of Rotterdam has been underway for months due to disagreements concerning a nine-year job guarantee demanded by the port workers. The first move, a 24 hour strike, has been initiated.
Photo: APM TERMINALS
Photo: APM TERMINALS
BY JOHANNES HARTKOPF-MIKKELSEN

Europe's biggest container port, the Port of Rotterdam, is now hit by a 24 hour port worker strike which potentially could be long-term and spread to other major European gateways.

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