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Port Hedland strike could cost A$54 million

Port Hedland strike could cost A$54 million

Report summary

Tugboat engineers at Port Hedland notified operator Teekay of an intent to strike. Three four-hour stoppages are planned on August 9, 11 and 13, and could potentially interrupt the loading of 0.5 million tonnes of iron ore. We estimate the cost to the government and miners could be A$54 million.

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