Contract and Safety documents.
Local 13 and Health Bulletins.
December 4, 2014
While the PMA plays SCROOGE the ILWU is moving an unprecedented volume of cargo despite the gross mismanagement by marine terminal operators and shipping lines. In an effort to shift blame away from their mismanagement, the employers are using the ongoing collective bargaining process to blame the hard- working members of the ILWU for the congestion in the Ports of LA and LB; nothing could be further from the truth. Here are some of the REAL reasons our ports are congested:
Featuring list of current officers.
A look in to images and media from our industry.
Featuring the news, updates and events from the ILWU.
Chassis are piled up for scrap at Schnitzer Steel in Portland. Photo taken on November 10, 2014. The ILWU is not responsible for the ongoing congestion crisis at West Coast ports
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Over the past week, the Pacific
BY DAVID BACON
Workers celebrate the union election victory at Alameda County Industries. (All photos by David Bacon)
SAN LEANDRO, CA—Within days of each other last week,
AutoStrads at TraPac Los Angeles
The Gerald Desmond Bridge has become a vital part of the nation's infrastructure, with nearly 15 percent of the nation's waterborne cargo trucked across the bridge. It is a critical access route for the Port of Long Beach, downtown Long
ILWU Local 13
630 Centre Street,
San Pedro, Ca 90731, USA
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