Port truckers strike in LA and San Diego, agreement reached with one major company avoiding strike

On Monday, April 27, 2015, port truck drivers serving the nation’s largest port complex began a strike of four major drayage firms serving the twin ports of Los Angeles/Long Beach, where a crippling slowdown in early 2015 sent shock waves through the U.S. economy. Primary picket lines are now up company yards in the greater Los Angeles area an in San Diego, and truckers and their supporters are picketing company trucks at marine terminals, rail yards, and customer warehouses as far away as the US/Mexico border.

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