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Friday, January 22, 2010

Strike at Carlsberg

Danish Carlsberg became another beer major which suffered from the strike of its workers. According to the company’s recent report, around 600 of its brewery workers and drivers in Denmark went on strike on Friday over pay, halting its beer production in the country.
The strike was initiated after the company’s decision not to pay local pay rises for blue collar workers this year following a weak Danish market in 2009.
According to Carlsberg spokesman Jens Bakke, the number of strikers could reach 1,100 by Sunday. The manager declined to comment on the likely financial effects of the action. "We don't know how long the strike will last," he said.

From FoodBizDaily

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