The Administrative Law Judge for the National Labor Relations Board said the workers drove trucks slowly, refused to hoist cranes in bypass modes and wouldn’t move more than one 20-foot container at a time on older trailers.

The moves were part of a ploy to force ICTSI and carriers working out of Terminal 6 to stop doing business with the Port of Portland.

The two sides have long grappled over contracts and working conditions.

The International Longshore Workers Union blasted the decision.
Labor judge hands Port-working Portland union a major loss - Portland Business Journal