Container truck drivers at Port Metro Vancouver found themselves back on the picket lines Monday morning in Delta.
At issue is pay once again.
While 75 per cent of unionized drivers have voted to ratify collective agreements with their respective companies, Port Transport and Harbour Link are named in a news release as the two companies who have yet to pony up retroactive pay.
Unifor spokesperson Gavin McGarrigle says it’s in the best interest of both groups to get a deal as soon as possible.
Last year, truckers shut down Port Metro Vancouver for almost a month over issues of pay, undercutting, and long wait times.