A multi-use terminal is believed to best support a sustainable business model for container shipping at the Port of Portland.
ICTSI Oregon is “pleased” following a court ruling that the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) violated labour laws.
ICTSI Oregon and the Port of Portland have agreed to terminate the operator's 25-year lease at the port’s Terminal 6 after admitting no end in sight to a catalogue of troubles including a lack of major clients and considerable labour issues.
The Port of Portland’s executive director has rejected a recent proposal from president of Common Sense for Oregon for the port’s Terminal 6.
An impasse at the Port of Portland in Oregon may have a solution in the form of a state-owned authority tasked with reforming the container shipping terminal at the port.
Even though the ongoing process to resolve a labour dispute impacting operations at Portland’s Terminal 6 had to be extended until 3 July – it now looks like both parties have reached a resolution, in the interim at least.
It has been reported that the Port of Portland has requested an emergency injunction from a Multnomah county judge in a bid to stop a union strike, due to take place on Sunday.
A planned union strike at the Port of Portland was averted yesterday as negotiations between the port and the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) Local 28 ended in a speculative contract agreement.
The International Longshore and Warehouse Union has filed a lawsuit against ICTSI Oregon over what it calls the violation of a longstanding collective bargaining agreement between the Pacific Maritime Association, stevedores and the union.
The Port of Portland has been recognised by the US Environmental Protection Agency as one of its top green power purchasers. The port is purchasing more than 75 million kilowatt hours (kWh) of green power annually, which is enough to meet 106% of the organisation's electricity use.
Dockworkers strike at the ICTSI terminal in Portland, while the employers association on the US West Coast says there should be no problems in reaching a new contract agreement this year.
International Container Terminals Inc (ICTSI) Oregon is calling for union workers to put an end to their three-year ‘punishment’, which it says is vital to getting the Port of Portland back on track.
Reducing the environmental import of port development can actually save money. Dave MacIntyre reports
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