Buenaventura forced to adopt contingency plan

After 15 days of crippling strikes at the Colombian Port of Buenaventura, Buenaventura Port Society’s Container Terminal (TCBUEN) has been forced to introduce a contingency plan to return working practices to normal, especially for the loading and discharge of boxes.

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