Report details a culture of sloppy management, intimidation of workers and of productivity overriding safety concerns ICTSI's at VICT terminal in Melbourne, Australia.Read More
There are concerns about how the entry of ICTSI into the PNG port sector will impact on workers, local communities and landowner groups. Questions remained unanswered.
ITF analysis has found an emerging pattern of labour rights violations throughout one of the world's fastest growing stevedoring companies: ICTSI.Read More
The Indonesian Government is coming under pressure to intervene in a major industrial dispute developing with port operator ICTSI. Find out the facts about the unethical corporate practices in the Port of Tanjunk Priok in Jakarta, Indonesia.Read More
Report on the situation facing Madagascan dock workers call on Esprit to extend their supply chain commitment to dock workers, seafarers and other transport workers.Read More
Levi’s are industry leaders in developing policies to improve workers’ rights. Yet, there is a hidden workforce who continue to labour exploitative conditions to ensure that Levi’s jeans reach stores.Read More
This report outlines the Madagascan dock workers case in their fight for an end to precarious, low-paid, and ongoing exploitation and unacceptable safety standards at the Port of Toamasina.Read More