Felixstowe sinks into strike action as union torpedos pay deal
The Port of Felixstowe, Britain’s busiest intermodal terminal, is about to dive into a second wave of industrial action. The tide turned after the trades union Unite unilaterally rejected an imposed pay deal. Although the action was announced during the period of national mourning for the late Queen Elizabeth, workers will not withdraw their labour until the end of the month.
Do you want to read the full article?
Thank you for visiting RailFreight.com. Become a member of RailFreight Premium and get full access to all our premium content.