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ARBITRATOR DESTROYS CONCEPT OF CONTINUOUS OPERATIONS

ARBITRATOR DESTROYS CONCEPT OF CONTINUOUS OPERATIONS
 VANCOUVER, Oct. 02 /CNW/ - The British Columbia Terminal Elevator Operators' Association (BCTEOA) on behalf of its member grain companies, finds Don R. Munroe's long-awaited decision concerning details of the continuous operations agreement wholly unacceptable. The BCTEOA will not be implementing continuous operations under these terms.
 Mr. Munroe has failed to appreciate or understand the necessity of having economically responsible continuous operations. The grain companies cannot accept a decision that will have an adverse economic impact on the Canadian grain industry and further erode Canada's global competitive position.
 The grain companies are carefully considering whether Mr. Munroe has exceeded his jurisdiction as granted by the British Columbia Grain Handling Operations Act and what responsive action may be taken.
 The British Columbia Terminal Elevator Operators' Association will be vigorously pursuing all available means in order to achieve an acceptable form of continuous operations.
 For further information: Eric J. Harris, (604) 684-6633
 -0- 10/02/92


CO: THE BRITISH COLUMBIA TERMINAL ELEVATOR OPERATORS'
 ASSOCIATION (BCTEOA)


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