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Strike Causes Delays at Greek Ports

Posted by December 3, 2015

Inchcape Shipping Services (ISS) is advising of a further 24 hour general strike in Greece on December 3 which is expected to affect vessel movements at many Greek ports and terminals.


The public and private sector strike action is scheduled to start at 06:00 local time on December 3 and end at 06:00 on December 4. During the stoppage period, berthing, shifting and sailing operations may be delayed, with local ferries, tug boats, pilots and stevedores at all ports likely to be affected, as well as oil installations at Eleusis–Aspropyrgos and Thessaloniki.


ISS Greece said it is working with its clients to minimize delays and will keep them updated.

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