Jeremy Nixon worries that wage talks could worsen chaotic situation in US ports

The extreme container market could last all the way until the end of 2022, says ONE chief exec Jeremy Nixon to ShippingWatch. At the same time, he fears that wage talks for US port workers set for this spring could worsen the situation.

Jeremy Nixon, topchef hos ONE, ser det ekstreme containermarked fortsætte hele 2022. | Photo: Ocean Network Express

Next spring, the extreme container market faces a unique situation that could trigger a four-month set back for the market, says CEO of ONE Jeremy Nixon in an interview with ShippingWatch.

Next year's wage negotiations with the US chapter of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) could potentially disrupt supply chains further on the already strained traffic lanes across the Pacific.

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