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News Nation
June 13, 2023
Nancy Loo

The ILWU represents more than 22,000 workers at nearly 30 ports here on the West Coast, and now the ILWU Canada has authorized a strike. That threat along with the lack of a deal on the West Coast is already having an impact.

“Just the perceived potential headwinds are going to cause this to happen anyway and there’s a considerable amount of leverage that comes with having this kind of activity at a time when the volumes are as high as they’ve been in six, seven, eight months going into this season,” said Paul Brashier, VP of Dray and Intermodal Services/ITS Logistics.

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