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MIQ Logistics nominated as a finalist in the eyefortransport 3PL Awards in the “Best 3PL for Retail Supply Chains” category

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Hong Kong Port Workers End 40-Day Strike

The Wall Street Journal

Hong Kong port workers accepted on Monday a 9.8% pay rise—ending their strike and averting further disruption at the world’s third-busiest container port.

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Thad Stanley Joins Sales Team at MIQ Logistics

Overland Park, KS, April 23, 2013MIQ Logistics is pleased to announce the addition of Thad Stanley to its Sales team as director of Business Development. Stanley is based in Northern California and is responsible for new business efforts focused on strategic Transportation Services.

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Labour chief meets Hong Kong’s striking dockers in bid to end 26-day strike

South China Morning Post 

Matthew Cheung calls their first sit-down constructive, but union is less impressed

Secretary for Labour and Welfare Matthew Cheung Kin-chung met dockers for the first time yesterday in an apparent attempt to put an end to their 26-day strike.

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LiKa-Shing’s Port Workers Widen Protests After New Wage Offer

Bloomberg Businessweek

Hundreds of port workers at Li Ka-shing’s Hong Kong terminals surrounded his Cheung Kong Center headquarters in the city’s business district after rejecting pay rise aimed at ending a three-week strike.

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Knowledge and Intent

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ILA rank-and-file ratify six-year contract, ending year-long battle with ship management

Pact calls for $3 an hour wage hikes; maintains royalty-payment formula.

The International Longshoreman’s Association’s (ILA) 14,500 rank-and-file members late Tuesday overwhelmingly ratified a six-year master contract covering 14 East and Gulf Coast seaports. The agreement ended more than a year of contentious negotiations that threatened to shut port operations from Maine to Texas for the first time since 1977.

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Fortune interview with Dan Bentzinger

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Labor Demonstration at the Hong Kong International Terminals

TheStandard.com

Marchers call for talks over docks face-off

More than 4,000 protesters, including Hongkong International Terminals contracted workers, marched on the Central Government Offices calling on the government to negotiate an end to the 11-day docks strike. The protest came yesterday as Confederation of Trade Unions leader Lee Cheuk-yan urged Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying to press the port operator to negotiate with workers.

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Workers Continue Protests at Li’s Hong Kong Port Operator

Bloomberg News

Workers at Hongkong International Terminals Ltd., backed by billionaire Li Ka-shing’s port operator, continued a six-day strike for higher wages after a court ruling barred them from entering terminals in the city.

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