A majority of non-insider shareholders in Filipino port operator ICTSI have voted against the re-election of Directors at the company’s Annual Stockholders’ Meeting on the 19th of April 2018.Read More
The ITF has welcomed a new union agreement that reinstates pay and conditions for workers at two union ports in Papua New Guinea, but concerns remain over the future of 213 workers still without a contract.
The ITF urges Hutchison Ports to address a pattern of serious health and safety incidents across their global operations, as a dockworker remains in a critical condition in Sydney.
Proxy advisors and shareholders have recommended voting against the re-election of non-independent Directors of ICTSI at the company’s Annual Stockholders’ Meeting.Read More
Global unions have once again condemned multinational port operator ICTSI, for continuing to lower the standards in the global port industry.Read More
The ITF is recommending that shareholders vote against directors at ICTSI’s 2018 Annual Stockholders’ Meeting over major governance and operational issues at the company.Read More
ITF report shows that the industrial turmoil plaguing the operations of embattled global port operator ICTSI has spread to its flagship terminal in Melbourne, Australia.Read More
The international maritime community is again in mourning following the death of an Indonesian worker on the job at the Hutchison terminal in Jakarta.Read More
Global port operator ICTSI is facing resistance to their African expansion plans, the company is again the target of demonstrations, this time in Durban, South Africa.Read More
The ITF is seeking assurances for local jobs at the Port of Lae in Papua New Guinea despite a new agreement between ICTSI and local landowners.Read More
The international dockworkers’ community is in mourning following the death of an Indonesian worker killed overnight at the ICTSI terminal in Jakarta.Read More
The Government of Papua New Guinea has been the target of global protests calling for a review of the decision to award port operations in Lae and Port Moresby to ICTSI.Read More