Strike Affects Ports in Argentina

By Joseph R. Fonseca
Thursday, July 17, 2014

 

Discharge/loading operations at Timbues, San Martin and San Lorenzo are are affected by the indefinite strike declared by CGT San Lorenzo starting at 18:00 hours local time yesterday (16 July).

Meanwhile, the Customs Union S.U.P.A.R.A. has announced a strike on from 13:00 to 06:00 (next day) on July 24 and 25, and from 11:00 t0 06:00 hours (next day) on July 31 and August 1. No overtime work will be available during these periods.

Ports affected to date so far are Bahia Blanca, Necochea and upriver ports: Timbues, San Martin and San Lorenzo.

Further information about operations in Argentina, and elsewhere in the Americas, contact the GAC Houston Hub Agency Center at hub.us@gac.com
 

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