Kwai Tsing dock workers strike

On March 28, 2013, dock workers at Kwai Tsing took industrial action seeking a 17 per cent pay rise. The port is operated by Hongkong International Terminals (HIT).

Dock workers occupy a road outside Kwai Chung Container Terminal. Photo: Edward Wong

Dock strike has traders looking for other routes

The supply and export of various products - including the city's HK$300 billion re-export trade - will start to slow if the Kwai Tsing dock strike drags on for another week, industrialists say.