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ArcelorMittal-Liberia and its Workers’ Union Resolve Outstanding CBA Issues

Liberia:- In the interest of promoting peace and industrial harmony, the management of ArcelorMittal Liberia and its Workers’ Union have reportedly reached a mutual agreement to resolve outstanding issues from the latest Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) that resulted in over a week of strike action by the workers. The issues were around demands for salary…

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Statement on the meeting with some Grand Bassa Residents and Government Representatives

s part of its Phase II expansion, the layout of the revised operation has also relocated all rail maintenance facilities to Buchanan in contrast with LAMCO, which had these in Nimba County. Additionally, to help compensate for the job balance with Nimba, the company is building an automatic rail unloading facility, stockpile with stackers and reclaimers, and undertaking a major expansion of the Buchanan Port. A Vocational Training Center (in Buchanan) is also under consideration to help train the large number of technical employees that will be required.

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Press Statement

Statement on Monday’s Protest BUCHANAN (May 22, 2023)  ̶  ArcelorMittal Liberia reports that in the early morning hours of Monday May 22, its operations were disrupted for the entire day when unknown individuals set fire to a section of the rail track between Kilometers 005 and 006 in Buchanan. Access roads to the company’s Buchanan…

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Did ArcelorMittal-Liberia Commit to “Washing Plant” in Grand Bassa? What Does the Evidence Say?

Grand Bassa Liberia:-Recently, there have been agitations in the public, particularly in Grand Bassa County, about the perceived relocation of a “washing plant” from Buchanan to Nimba County. Some stakeholders, citizen groups, and civil society actors directly accused ArcelorMittal Liberia of “intentionally removing the washing plant from Buchanan to Nimba without the consent of citizens…

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Absolute Defiance: ArcelorMittal_liberia  Workers’ Union Challenges Labor Court and Labor Ministry – Continues Illegal Strike

Liberia:- Despite a ‘Stay Order’ issued by the National Labor Court for a return to Status Quo Ante and an immediate end to the illegal industrial action by ArcelorMittal-Liberia workers’ Union, the Union in gross defiance to the Labor Court’s mandate has allegedly escalated the strike by blocking access roads to the mines and obstructing…

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