Dock workers at ICTSI in Indonesia are underpaid and overworked. Following ICTSI’s takeover, workers’ wages at the company's Makassar terminal were reduced to the minimum wage. Workers must accept excessive overtime to earn a living wage, with some workers reporting working up to 70 hours of overtime per week.
The ITF has observed illegal outsourcing, intimidation and union-busting in Indonesia. Workers’ rights to collectively bargain have been suppressed, and a dock worker was killed at ICTSI's Jakarta terminal raising serious questions about whether safety standards fall short of global minimum standards.