Strike in San Antonio, Chile is over!

The Santiago Times reports that dockworkers at the port of San Antonio have reached an agreement with the Chilean government after shutting down the port in Talcahauno  and San Antonio  for 12 days.  As we have been advised, the workers received almost 90 per cent of what have been requested and are happy with the agreement.   The strike, which lasted for 12 days, reportedly cost the terminals that serve the San Antonio port US$1 million per day. Freight operations are returning to normal.