Port of Rotterdam parties to resume negotiations

The disputing parties in Rotterdam have informed the port that they have agreed to resume negotiations, the Port of Rotterdam tells ShippingWatch.

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After a 24 hour strike paralyzed Europe's largest port from the 7th to the 8th of January, the negotiations between port workers and operators look like they will now be resumed.

"We have had some good conversations with both parties, and we believe that there is a good foundation for further negotiations," says Nadine Vos, spokesperson at Port of Rotterdam.

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