Maersk Line warns customers about potential port strike in the U.S.

Port workers in ports on the U.S. East Coast have not yet reached an agreement with the employers in the current negotiations, which means that the port strike on February 7th remains a threat, and Maersk Line in the United States is now asking customers to take precautions.

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The risk of an extensive strike in the ports on the American East Coast and the Gulf of Mexico has led Maersk Line in the United States to ask customers to take their precautions. The port workers, organized in the ILA (International Longshoremen's Association) and the port authorities are still negotiating, but without signs of any immediate solution.

In a brief to its customers, Maersk Line makes the following statement:

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