A total of 90 vessels are expected to have bypassed the Kwai Tsing container terminals run by the strike-hit port operator if the walkout lasts until April 21, the company says.
“ The situation has improved further over the last few days, “ said the spokeswoman for HIT. “ We are now operating at about 80 percent of usual operating levels and making steady improvements. An increasing number of strikers are returning to work. “
~SCMP, April 10, 2013~