KOMMONSENTSJANE – WORLD LEADERS FAILED TO LISTEN TO TRANSPORTATION HEADS WHO WARN OF SUPPLY CHAINS COLLAPSE?

Google would you please stop dimming the work of the computer artists so that people can read what is important and not just your socialistic crap.

For your information – the heads aren’t doing their job either. This is just a planned continuation of tearing up the world with disruption and corrruption.

A good example of unloading costs going from 6,000 plus dollars to 35,000 plus dollars.

https://trib247.com/articles/world-leaders-failed-to-listen-transportation-heads-warn-of-supply-chains-collapse?utm_source=PMI&utm_medium=deployer&utm_campaign=Newsletter&utm_content=20211006123458

Maybe the following might have something to do with the problem:

Five largest ports, including Los Angeles and Long Beach, had seen backups “approaching complete gridlock,” as contentious contract talks with the dockworkers union have stalled. Management has accused the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) of orchestrating slowdowns to bolster its leverage at the bargaining table in the talks that have been under way for eight months.

January 14, 2015, 1:32 AM

(Reuters) – Negotiators for shipping lines and terminal operators at 29 ports on the U.S. West Coast on Tuesday said they would no longer assign crews to load and unload cargo ships overnight at the massive Los Angeles and Long Beach docks. The move comes a day after the Pacific Maritime Association said the region’s five largest ports, including Los Angeles and Long Beach, had seen backups “approaching complete gridlock,” as contentious contract talks with the dockworkers union have stalled. Management has accused the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) of orchestrating slowdowns to bolster its leverage at the bargaining table in the talks that have been under way for eight months. Union officials, however, have consistently denied staging slowdowns, saying decisions made by management including cutting back on night crews were responsible for the gridlock. Steve Getzug, a spokesman for the PMA, said on Tuesday night that the ILWU had been withholding crane drivers crucial to unloading cargo since November, which had led to increased congestion. Adan Ortega, a spokesman for the ILWU, told Reuters that in November the union began only sending out trained and certified crane operators, saying that job-site accidents were occurring due to the use of unskilled workers. Ortega said the PMA was not providing sufficient training for the operators, and was relying on uncertified and untrained workers. Getzug said the PMA’s move would refocus efforts during the night hours on removing the growing number of empty containers that had piled up on the terminal yards during the recent backup. The move will not affect dayside work nor certain night shift employees who are not involved in loading or unloading ships, he said. A federal mediator is currently involved in the negotiations between the association and the union, which represents some 20,000 dockworkers. The workers’ latest contract expired on June 30.

Now, tell us the real story of what the problem is, SIR?

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