West coast ports look to avoid repeat of 2002 delays with early contract offer
DOCK workers along the US Pacific seaboard are under pressure to begin new contract negotiations a year ahead of schedule as employers take unprecedented steps to avoid a last-minute breakdown like the one that shut west coast ports and crippled deliveries across the country in 2002.
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