1st Annual Domenick Miretti Award – CITT 20th Anniversary Town Hall Meeting March 30

Honor the legacy of a goods movement pioneer at CITT’s 2017 Town Hall where we will present the first annual Domenick Miretti Award. Join trade and transportation industry experts for an evening that will celebrate CITT’s 20th Anniversary on March 30, 2017. Register now http://bit.ly/2legxEb

lick on video link below to see a short video on our very own Domenick Miretti (Local 63, Deceased)

Here is the video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LztoQakst_k

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ILWU Walk the Coast and Sponsors Present $84,054 Check to Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation

On March 21, 2017, ILWU Walk the Coast and its major sponsors presented a large $84,054 check to Liz Scott, founder and leader of Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation in the fight against childhood cancer.

Liz Scott explained how the money raised helps save children’s lives by supporting cancer research trials that have helped keep children alive who are suffering from childhood cancers.  Additionally, the money supports the transportation expenses for ailing children needing help with transportation expenses to receive critical treatments.

All in all, this was a proud day for the ILWU locals, the Southern California Pensioners, and all of our Sponsors.

Stay tuned for this summer’s events.

March 3 2017 Check Presentation to ALSF

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Attention Members: ILWU Local 13 will hold a Stop Work Membership Meeting on Thursday, April 6, 2017.

All vessels will be allowed a one (1) hour extension to 6:00 p.m. for shifting or sailing.

Passenger ships, essential military cargo, DST rail and emergencies as defined in Section 5.24 of the PCLCD will be allowed to work.



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Congratulatons to Local 63 Members for Record Breaking Performance at TTI

Message from the Local 63 President, Paul Trani:

Congratulations to all our Union brothers and sisters that were involved in a record breaking performance at Total Terminals Inc. On March 8th 2017, on the Maersk Evora with 9 cranes, moved an amazing 2,461 containers in one shift! Once again, it is proven that the ILWU rank-and-file knows how to move containers. It is great to receive these accolades from TTI and their acknowledgement of Locals 13, 63 and 94, for this accomplishment. With all these talks of automation, it is great to hear how ILWU planning, ILWU cooperation, and ILWU execution beats automation every time. I am so very proud of all my union brothers and sisters. Keep up the great work! Protect the work by doing the work and by doing it better than anyone else.

03-13-17 Maersk Vessel

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