Valencia union rejects automation bid

“We are not going to allow Valencia to fall into the nonsense of robotisation,” Mr Martínez said (image is of the city of Valencia) Photo: worldaroundtrip/flickr/CC BY 2.0

The Valencia branch of the Coordinadora port union has rejected the idea of the fourth container terminal being automated. It claims that this will not only put hundreds of jobs at risk, but will also decrease productivity and competitiveness.

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