For a second straight day workers at the Port of Port of Spain engaged in protest action.
They are upset over what they describe as a stall in wage negotiations.
Their action is impacting on the operations of the Port.
The Port Authority of Trinidad and Tobago says executives of the Port of Port of Spain and the Seamen and Waterfront Workers Trade Union have been summoned by the Labour Ministry for a conciliatory meeting at 10am regarding the work stoppage.
In a statement today the Port Authority said it is aiming to have the workers concerns addressed.
It added further updates will be given as developments become available.
In a News Power Now interview today S.W.W.T.U. President General, Michael Anisette, said the workers have been holding strain for too long on several outstanding matters.
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