Hauliers from Italy’s Trasportounito group warn of 4-day strike

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Haulage companies part of Italy's Trasportounito association have announced their intention to not transport goods between July 18th and 22nd. In a statement, Trasportounito said it was ready to strike for four days to demand more support from Italy's government.

Hauliers from Italy’s Trasportounito group warn of 4-day strike
Trasportounito press materials

In its announcement, published on Thursday July 7th, Trasportounito warned that the aforementioned 4-day strike would be inevitable in the absence of action from the government.

The association is calling for various economic measures to be taken by the government, as well as other legislation that would make their operations easier.

When it comes to finances, Trasportounito wants to see fuel rebates extended to hauliers who have vehicles that are not within the two top Euro emission categories. The association has also urged the government to provide further financial assistance via a fund for labour and further tax credits among other things.

As regards operations, the hauliers part of the association want to see the government introduce legislation that would cut RDC waiting times, as well as a mechanism for keeping the price of fuel at acceptable levels.

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