□ Trends in refusal of group transport
ㅇ Today, around 2,900 members of the Cargo Solidarity are scheduled to hold rallies and stay in 130 locations in 13 regions, which is 67% of the number of rallies held last Sunday (November 27, 4,300).
□ Logistics and industry trends
ㅇ (Ports) The container shipping volume at night in 12 major ports across the country was 159% of the total last Sunday (November 27).
– The volume of container shipping during the night hours at the Port of Busan, which has the largest volume of inbound and outbound shipping during normal times, was 187% of that held last Sunday (November 27).
ㅇ (Oil Refinement) Out-of-stock gas stations appear not only in the metropolitan area but also in Chungnam, Gangwon, and Chungbuk.
※ Guidelines on the ‘Reporting Center for Unlawful Activities Involving Group Shipment Rejection Solidarity Cargo’
Violence against non-union drivers, intimidation, damage to vehicles, obstruction of normal operation, workplace obstruction, etc. are reported through the Central Transport Countermeasure Headquarters of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (044-201-4802 ~ 03) or the Ministry from the Land, Infrastructure and Transport website*, and criminal charges are strictly enforced Plans to support measures and return to normal operation
* Reporting Center URL: http://www.molit.go.kr/USR/BORD0201/m_37153/INS.jsp?mode=write
※ Guidelines on Reporting Refusal to Ship
We ask that you report to all local governments any person who refuses to transport cargo without justifiable grounds, and those who refuse to transport can be punished in accordance with the Trucking Business Act. (Contact information for local government reporting centre: Appendix 5)