After being shuttered for four years, containerized service is restored to the Port of Portland with SM Line’s weekly vessel calls.  All are crossing their fingers for smoother service and union relations.

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The ILWU is appealing the award and hoping to get it dismissed entirely or at least reduced. Their appeal is set to be heard on February 14, 2020, and the ILWU is hoping for a Valentine’s Day Sweetheart because the award will likely bankrupt the union.

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