ILA Strike Threat Diversions Vary Widely

ILA Strike Threat Diversions Vary Widely

The threat of a strike by the International Longshoremen’s Association had a widely divergent impact on cargo volumes at the five major East Coast container ports as two separate contract deadlines loomed in the last half of 2012, first on Sept. 30 and then by extension to Dec. 29.

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