APM Terminals-operated Gateway Terminals India resumed normal vessel operations Tuesday morning after outsourced workers handling rubber-tire gantry crane operations called off a four-day strike that shut down export gates at the terminal and slowed down cargo handling at Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust.
The RTG operators have agreed to follow the attendance system, and comply with terms and conditions of the collective bargaining agreement, the Journal of Commerce reports.
According to officials, the terminal has delivered about 1,250 twenty-foot-equivalent units of import cargo during the strike period.
Outsourced RTG workers at GTI walked off the job April 1st over some demands as a new equipment vendor took over yard operations at the private terminal.
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