No answer for containerized cargo carriers, they will go on strike

The term expired and the cargo carriers did not receive a response from the government to their request to clear the roads and be able to travel freely on the streets of the country, which is why these drivers decided to go on strike as of tomorrow, Tuesday, July 26.
This was reported by the cargo carriers who gave the government a period of 48 hours to find a solution to the closure of streets at the national level, however, as they did not have an answer, they chose to paralyze their services.
According to the leaders, the service that will be paralyzed will be that of containerized cargo, which are those that go from all the ports of the country to the different points of Central America and even the fuel cargo service could be paralyzed.
According to Fernando Ríos from the Chiriquí drivers’ union, the losses in recent weeks have been substantial and the drivers can no longer stand one more closure.
Humberto Harris, a member of the Colon Land Freight Transport Association, referred to the 48-hour period given to the Government to guarantee the safety of the carriers and the free transit of the roads, which for more than 16 days have been kept closed due to protests.
Harris, who revealed that the deadline ends today, said that if the Executive does not comply, they will suspend the service, since the economic losses increase. At the same time, he pointed out that they do not have an estimate of how much these losses amount to.

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