Workers at Scotland’s largest container port are on a two-week strike over proposed shift changes, reports say.
The strike action started at the Port of Grangemouth at midnight on March 15th , and is planned to continue until March 29th after which a complete ban on overtime is due to start.
The union said that 100% of its members in the port operatives division had voted for action on a 97% turnout. The workers include crane drivers and loaders.
The Port of Grangemouth handles more than 150,000 containers annually, with daily sailings to Rotterdam, Antwerp, Felixstowe and Hamburg.
RCL Agencies will continue to monitor further developments and will report updates once available.