The port conflict in Sweden is solved

The employer’s organization Sveriges Hamnar and the Dock Workers' Union have come to an agreement earlier today. Therefore, the port conflict has been solved effective immediately. This means there will be no strikes nor lockouts in any Swedish port and operations will run as normal.

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15 March 2019
From April, containers being transported in and out of the terminal in Copenhagen will be registered photographically and digitally rather than manually. The experience will be used in the forthcoming terminal in Outer Northern Harbour.
5 March 2019
The employer’s organization Sveriges Hamnar and the Dock Workers' Union have come to an agreement earlier today. Therefore, the port conflict has been solved effective immediately.
5 March 2019
In February, Copenhagen Malmö Port, CMP, handled a timber load in Swede Harbour; it was the first unloading of timber in the bulk harbour in over 12 years.
28 February 2019
CMP regrets that the port conflict has escalated between the employer’s organization Sveriges Hamnar and the Dock Workers' Union in connection with the Dock Worker’s Union having issued notice of a total work stoppage in all ports in Sweden from March 6 at 00.00 and until further notice.

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