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    Default ILA Strike Closes Baltimore Port

    The Port of Baltimore was closed today when International Longshoremen’s Association members went on strike after voting down a proposed local contract with the Steamship Trade Association of Baltimore.

    Cargo operations at the port were halted, and terminals were closed to truck traffic. The strike was limited to Baltimore. Other East and Gulf coast ports are continuing normal operations.

    ILA Local 333 posted picket lines after overwhelmingly rejecting a local contract that supplements the six-year coastwide master contract that the ILA negotiated last spring with United States Maritime Alliance.

    Baltimore was one of several ports where negotiations on local contracts continued months after settlement of the coastwide master contract. ILA members at Virginia ratified their local contract on Aug. 30 after voting down two previous proposals.
    ILA Strike Closes Baltimore Port | JOC

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    Default Re: ILA Strike Closes Baltimore Port

    ILA Halts Strike at Baltimore
    International Longshoremen’s Association workers agreed Friday to return to work for 90 days while negotiators work on a local contract that triggered a three-day strike this week at the Port of Baltimore.

    The halt to the strike came after an arbitrator ruled that ILA Local 333’s walkout over a local contract violated the no-strike clause in the union’s coastwide master contract with United States Maritime Alliance.

    Dockworkers resumed working cargo covered by the coastwide master contract at Seagirt and Dundalk marine terminals after the arbitrator M. David Vaughn granted the Steamship Trade Association of Baltimore’s request for a cease-and-desist order.
    ILA Halts Strike at Baltimore | JOC

 

 

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