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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Elvis Ganda
Longshore union workers at the Port of Portland's container terminal stopped working Tuesday afternoon to honor a picket line established by Central American port workers, an action that intensified their adversarial relationship with management.
"The ILWU knows full well that Hanjin is currently making its decision about the continuation of its call on Oregon's only container terminal and that Hanjin is greatly concerned about the performance and productivity of the ILWU workforce and labor stability," he said.
"Suffice it to say that any issues at other terminals operated by companies that may be affiliated with ICTSI Oregon, Inc.'s parent company have no connection or relation to ICTSI Oregon, Inc.'s operations locally," he said in a statement.