Port operations partially resume in Baltimore amid talks to end strike


(BALTIMORE) — Cargo operations partially resumed Friday at the Port of Baltimore amid new talks to end a strike by a local longshoremen's union, The Baltimore Sun reported. Workers from International Longshoremen's Association Local 333 went on strike Wednesday after contract talks stalled. The port handles more than 30 million tons of cargo annually and is the 11th largest port for cargo in the United States.

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By Professional Mariner Staff