A 30-day labor contract extension between the International Longshoremen’s Association (ILA) and the U.S. Maritime Alliance (USMX) will, at least temporarily, delay a strike at 14 U.S. ports that could have crippled domestic and international mailing and shipping, according to reports.
Along with performing marches, the protesters are refusing to acknowledge a bill they find malevolent, claiming that the new legislation is harming the way land reservations are being managed as well as weakening environmental protection of lakes and streams nearby aboriginal communities.
The Irish parcel delivery company Nightline has opened two more depots to handle the increased number of packages, which will be located near Tralee and Dublin airports.
The Energy and Water Ministry has released a stamp featuring a drilling rig at sea, which centers on bringing attention to the recent discovery of a large reserve of natural gas near the coast.
The strike has been delayed due to a new pay offer from the upper management of the post office, which was accepted by the Communication Workers Union.
With the Christmas rush and the e-commerce sector using package delivery as a mode of income, a strike by Royal Mail employees could prove to be a disaster for England.
Revised delivery rounds had put more pressure on mail workers, which brought forth the major dispute.
While the post office may have brought in 30 billions of rubles worth of products internationally, the delivery times at this establishment are very long and some manufacturing and retail companies end up waiting about one week longer for their purchases as compared to other European post offices.
Frost and ice gathered overnight as heavy snows fell, causing many highway systems to be shut down until recovery methods de-iced the roads.
This new stamp collection will be featured in the 2013 Valentine’s Day feature that La Poste holds every year.