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17 November 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 07:45 GMT+1



September 4, 2018

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Suspended strike of the ferries in Greece

Union PNO chip ax the proposal of an increase of 2% of the marine salaries of the offer from the SEEN

Pan-Hellenic Seamen's Federation (PNO), that a strike of 24 hours of the marine Greeks had proclaimed that yesterday has blocked the activity of the ferries in the Greek nation, protest that the union had decided to tomorrow be extended of 24 hours until 8 hours morning, has announced the suspension of the protest as has confirmed to have received assurance from the Greek Shipowners Association for Passenger Ships (SEEN) that a total increase of +2% of the wage level in the within of the collective bargaining agreement of the marine employees on the ferries and the fleeting ships will be introduced that operate regular services.

The shipowning association in fact has proposed such increase of the salaries and wage of the marine ones with effect from on September 1°, 2018 on December 31, 2019. The SEEN had appealed to the sense of responsibility of the labor organization evidencing as the strike, put into effect in one of the more crucial moments of the tourist season, inflicts a hard blow to the field of the tourism that will have repercussions in future also creating an uncertainty climate. The association had evidenced moreover that, besides to transport hundred of thousands of tourists and isolani, in this period the marine transport transports also aids and producing by and for the islands and that therefore, besides tourism, to being hit is also all commercial other asset.



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