South Korea’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (MOLIT) is taking urgent action to deliver over 200,000 stranded parcels resulting from a prolonged strike by subcontracted couriers of the country’s largest logistics company, CJ Logistics.
Around 1,700 workers hired by the sub-contractors have refused to work since 28 December, claiming their wage rise is disproportionate to what the company is charging customers.
MOLIT is hiring 10,000 personnel to sort and deliver the …
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