Unions accuse Svitzer CEO of ignoring Australian employees

Svitzer CEO Kasper Friis Nilaus has just been to Australia but did not meet with local labor unions to discuss a protracted dispute between Svitzer and its employees. The company says it wants good cooperative relations with unions.

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The chief executive of Maersk-owned tugboat operator Svitzer is accused of sullying its parent company’s international reputation by having refused to meet with local labor unions during a recent visit to Australia.

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