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Ineos in arbitration talks to prevent strike at Grangemouth (Update)
1:16 PM MDT | October 14, 2013 | Natasha Alperowicz
Ineos is in talks with the Unite union today in a bid to prevent workers at its Grangemouth, UK, operations from going on strike on 20 October. “We hope to be able to resolve the dispute to address the financial issues that threaten the survival of the entire site,” says Calum MacLean, Ineos’s chairman/Grangemouth. Ineos began talks on Monday afternoon with Unite at the offices of the Advisory, Arbitration and Conciliation Service (ACAS) in Glasgow. The talks are intended to find a way to resolve the dispute over Stephen Deans, an employee...
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