– The number of participants in the rally was related to the collective refusal of transport (4,400 people), 46% of what was obtained in the ceremony
– Daily container imports and exports at 12 ports across the country recovered to 99% of normal times
– Gwangyang Port (3rd largest port) resumes logistics, daily transport volume 21% of normal
– Cement delivery volume 88% compared to normal ready-mixed concrete production, 61% compared to normal
□ Trends like rallies Until today at 17:00
ㅇ The number of participants (4,400), including protests related to the refusal of collective transport, is 83% of yesterday (5,300) and 46% compared to the ceremony (9,600).
* Source: National Police Agency
□ Construction industry trends Until today at 17:00
ㅇ (Cement) In the case of 166,000 tons of cement transported today, it is 88% compared to the same month (188,000 tons), almost recovering to the normal level.
ㅇ (Remicon) In the case of ready-mixed concrete, which produced 308,000㎥ today due to the increase in cement shipment, production is rapidly improving to 61% compared to the average year (503,000㎥)
□ Trends related to logistics Until today at 17:00
① (Ports) Today, the daily container import and export volume of 12 major ports across the country has improved to the normal level by 99% compared to normal (the highest since November 24, 2017.
ㅇ (Gwangyang Port) Gwangyang Port, which ranks 3rd in normal volume of cargo, suffered serious logistical damage, such as almost stopping imports and exports after refusing joint transportation.
– In order to solve the logistical difficulties of Gwangyang Port, the government added a total of 20 official and military container trucks yesterday and today, and took active measures such as having police cars escort when the container trucks were in operation.
* Present 2 → Yesterday 10 → Today 22
– Accordingly, from 10:00 today, the loading and unloading of containers at Gwangyang Port is resumed, and the situation is improving, such as the voluntary removal of tents near Gwangyang Port.
ㅇ (Busan Port) In addition, Busan Port, which is the largest port in normal times, has 113% of daily container imports and exports compared to normal times.
ㅇ (Incheon Port) The daily import and export volume (14,345 TEU) of Incheon Port, which is the second largest port, is 108% of the normal (13,229 TEU), and the volume of goods transported in major ports exceeds r normal level.
② (Inland) However, Uiwang ICD, a key inland logistics center in Korea, requested police cars and escorts to ensure that cargo vehicles can operate normally, as cargo truck transportation was not smooth due to the cargo solidarity rally today.
□ Chief Sympathy
ㅇ Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport Won Hee-ryong visited the Pohang Regional Headquarters of the Korea Cargo Alliance following the site of the group transport refusal at the Pohang Steel Industrial Complex this afternoon, conveyed to union members about the damage to the industry, the concerns of the people, and the difficulties of non-union lenders Request for return as soon as possible
ㅇ Vice Minister Eo Myeong-so visited the Daesan Industrial Complex in South Chungcheong Province this afternoon to inspect the logistics damage of petrochemical companies and discuss countermeasures.
※ Guidelines on the ‘Reporting Center for Unlawful Activities Involving Group Shipment Refusal 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)