Importers ‘close to breaking point’ as tension rises at Sydney’s Port Botany

September 17, 2020 Sam Whelan

Other strike-hit container terminal operators and supply chain players are backing a DP World Australia bid to end the “crippling” industrial action at Sydney’s Port Botany.
Work stoppages by the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) have caused an 11-day cargo backlog at the port, with a knock-on effect of container supply chain congestion spreading to Melbourne and Brisbane as vessels are diverted.
On Tuesday, DP World lodged an application with the Fair ...

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