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Australia

Patricks Terminals Industrial Action

In ongoing industrial action at Patricks terminals, additional Industrial Action notifications have been received from the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) for Fremantle, Melbourne and Brisbane terminals.

A full list of the actions affecting landside operations can be found here 

Upcoming stoppages:

Brisbane – Patrick Terminals

  • Stoppages of work for 1-hour duration at 03.30, 11.30 and 19.30 on each day from Thursday 22 July 2021 to Wednesday 28 July 2021 (inclusive of those days).
  • Stoppages of work of 24 hours duration commencing at 0700 on Wednesday 21 July 2021 and 0700 on Thursday 29 July 2021.
  • A ban on the working of overtime from 0700 on Thursday 22 July 2021 until 0700 on Thursday 29 July 2021.
  • A ban on the working of shift extensions from 0700 on Thursday 22 July 2021 until 0700 on Thursday 29 July 2021.


Fremantle – Patrick Terminals

  • A ban on attending for work on days an employee is rostered as “off/avail” commencing from 7.00am Wednesday 30 June 2021 and ending at 7.00am on Wednesday 21 July 2021.
  • A ban on attending for work on days an employee is rostered as “off/avail” commencing from 7.00am Wednesday 21 July 2021 and ending at 7.00am on Wednesday 11 August 2021.
  • Stoppages of work of 24-hours duration commencing at 2300 on 22 July 2021 and 2300 on 25 July 2021.


Melbourne – Patrick Terminals

  • Stoppage of work of 24 hours duration commencing at 0700 on 23 July 2021.

Update just received from PIA Update – Patrick Terminals as of 20 July

“IFCBAA has been advised by Patrick Terminals of further protected industrial action in Melbourne.

Delays

  • Average Sydney Terminal delays are now: 6.3 days
  • Significant delays forecast in Fremantle as a result of the MUA Industrial action in the coming 7-10 days
  • Melbourne and Brisbane – at present there no delays to vessel schedule

    Read the full notice here

As at the 12/07 – The Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) has also launched a fresh round of industrial action, this time against Maersk-owned tugboat operator Svitzer.
Read more here