Gothenburg union threatens new strikes

Several strikes could hit APM Terminals in Gothenburg if negotiations do not soon give way to results, warns the Swedish Dockworkers' Union, which also denies interrupting ongoing operations in the wake of prior strikes.

Photo: Gøteborg Havn

Not long after the Swedish Dockworkers' Union (Svenska Hamnarbetarförbundet) in Gothenburg paralyzed APM Terminals in Scandinavia's largest harbor with two 24 hour-long strikes, the union is now threatening two further point strikes. This is according to a comment on the union's website

"It is naturally our hope, that it will not be necessary for the threatened strikes to come into effect, but we don't see ourselves as able to back out from the remaining demands," writes the dockworkers' union in the comment.

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