Customs strike ends in Chile
Port of Tilbury, UK, 30 May 2017: Nisomar, the data-driven maritime services company, is advising that the National Association of Customs Officers of Chile (ANFACH) concluded its strike on Monday 29 May. All Chilean ports, airports and borders in the country have now returned to normal operations.
The five day indefinite strike has caused some initial delays in customs clearance including The Port of Valparaiso, San Antonio and Santiago International airport which are now being dissipated, although special cases such as humanitarian support and dangerous cargo were attended as part of the contingency plan implemented by Customs.
ANFACH ended its strike after reaching an agreement with the Government.
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