standoff between striking container truck drivers and trucking companies in
Vancouver, Canada, is now in its fourth week – and there’s no sign of a
companies contend the 1,000 owner-operators are being unreasonable in rejecting
rate hikes averaging 28 percent. The striking drivers are also seeking a fuel
container ships are still docking at the Port of Vancouver, but they’re only
off-loading containers that are carried by rail. Truck containers are being
diverted to Seattle, where a port official says they will be stored until the
Canadian strike is over.