DP World arm agrees to raise wages for Yash Container workers

Our Bureau Mumbai | Updated on July 04, 2011 Published on July 04, 2011

The management of Nhava-Sheva International Container Terminal of DP World has agreed to give an increase of over Rs 3,000 along with fringe benefits and statutory benefits to the transport workers of Yash Container Terminal Pvt. Ltd. after a prolonged struggle. It will be an interim settlement given the low commercial rates fixed for the contractors. They were not comparable to the contract rates in other adjacent terminals i.e. Global Network Terminal (GTI) and JNPT, according to a press release issued by the Transport and Dock Workers' Union, Mumbai.

Mr S.R. Kulkarni, president, Transport and Dock Workers Union, Mumbai, has appealed to the management of NSICT-DP to bring up the wages on par with their counterparts in GTI and JNPT.

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Published on July 04, 2011
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