Westshore Terminals Collective Agreement

VANCOUVER, BC, December 16, 2020 /CNW/ – Westshore Terminals Investment Corporation (TSX: WTE) announces that its wholly owned subsidiary Westshore Terminals Limited Partnership (“Westshore”) has received, On December 16, 2020, 72 hours of strike notice from Local 502 of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (“ILWU”), which relates to the Westshores coal export terminal at Roberts Bank, British Columbia. Westshore has been negotiating a new collective agreement with Local 502 for several months. The previous collective agreement and that of the other two local ilwu at the terminal expired on January 31, 2020. Negotiations with Local 502 are the first of three. Spokesman Chris Stannell said Teck was exploring possible effects and preparing mitigation strategies, including the possibility of shipping additional capacity through other terminals in the event of a strike. The company stated that it had been in negotiations with the union for several months for a new collective agreement, after the expiry of a previous contract and two more on January 31. For more information: Glenn Dudar, Vice President/CEO, (604) 946-3494 Reporting by Jeff Lewis; Alexander Smith and Lisa Shumaker`s Cup . Westshore announced Wednesday that its westshore Terminals Limited Partnership has received a 72-hour strike notice from ILWU Local 502 representing workers at its coal export terminal at Roberts Bank in British Columbia. On, up and on: JKM goes up to a smaller offer and increases the FTT.

. The strike notice indicates that Local 502 members will cease work on the terminal site on Saturday, December 19, 2020. This interruption would lead to a complete shutdown of the terminal. Teck boosted steel coal shipments to China to reduce Australian imports. Negotiations have been ongoing since September 16, 2020 under the Federal Labour Act. Further discussions between Westshore and Local 502 are planned. . . .

He cited the Neptune terminal and Ridley terminal of the company, which is owned by Riverstone HoldingS LLC, AMCI Group and Lax Kw`alaams and Metlakatla First Nations. While further discussions are planned, the strike notice will stop work on December 19, which leads to a complete shutdown of the operation, the company said. . . . To read more, you must register or register with us. “We currently have inventories in the port and we continue to load ships as usual.” Westshore did not respond Thursday to a request for advice. Union President Rob Ashton objected to any comment. The terminal has a throughput capacity of 33 million tonnes, according to its website. . Dana Gas in the United Arab Emirates launches a project to expand Kurdish gas; Edition reaches the files of Westshore Terminals 2020 Third quarter of …