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Strike action in French ports announced for several days between May and June, potentially disrupting your goods logistics.

Also announced is a potential rail strike in Canada starting on May 22, 2024.


In the face of unsuccessful negotiations between the government and the Fédération Nationale des Ports et Dockers CGT (FNPD), the latter is announcing a halt to overtime and exceptional shifts, as well as numerous work stoppages over the months of May and June, with 4-hour stoppages between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. on the following dates:

  • Tuesday May 21
  • Thursday May 23rd
  • Monday May 27
  • Wednesday May 29
  • Friday May 31st
  • Tuesday, June 4th
  • Thursday, June 6
  • Monday June 10th
  • Wednesday June 12
  • Friday, June 14
  • Tuesday, June 18
  • Thursday, June 20
  • Monday June 24th
  • Wednesday June 26
  • Friday June 28th

Please note that outside strike hours, terminals will be in operation.


Workers on Canada’s national railroads have announced a strike starting May 22, 2024, if a labor agreement is not reached by then. If the strike is confirmed, the supply chain will be severely impacted, with an increase in terminal processing times for goods arriving in the country, particularly by sea, and consequently in delivery times.

Our teams are at your disposal, and will do their utmost to offer you the most suitable alternatives to limit the impact of these strikes on the delivery of our goods.

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