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APPENDIX E

STEIN AWARD

In the Matter of the Arbitration between

NEW YORK SHIPPING ASSOCIATION
and
INTERNATIONAL LONGSHOREMEN’S
ASSOCIATION


AWARD

The Undersigned, constituting the Board of Arbitration created
pursuant to Paragraph 13 of the Memorandum of Settlement entered
into by the parties above-named on December 3, 1959, for the purpose
of arbitrating disagreements between them as to Paragraph 8(b) of
said Memorandum of Settlement, have heard the allegations and
received the witnesses and proofs, and make the following Award:

1. The following is the action of a majority of the Board, Mr.
Gleason dissenting: on containers which are loaded or unloaded away
from the pier by non-ILA labor, the amounts set forth below shall be
paid into a fund as provided by Paragraph 10 of said Memorandum
of Settlement:
a. On conventional ships, thirty-five (35) cents per gross ton.
b. On partially-automated ships (conventional ships
converted for handling vans and containers), where not
more than two hatches have been converted for the
handling of containers, seventy (70) cents per gross ton.
c. On partially-automated ships (conventional ships
converted for handling vans and containers), where not
more than forty (40) percent of the ship’s bale cube has
been fitted for containers, seventy (70) cents per gross ton.
d. On ships where more than two hatches have been converted
or fitted for the handling of containers, or where more than
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forty (40) percent of the ship’s bale cube has been fitted
for containers, one dollar ($1.00) per gross ton.

2. The following is the action of a majority of the Board, Mr.
McCarthy dissenting: The payments set forth in Paragraph 1 above
shall be retroactive to July 1, 1960.
3. The following is the unanimous action of the Board. The
payments set forth in Paragraph 1 shall continue for the duration of
the current collective bargaining agreement between the parties.
However, on or after October 1, 1961, the parties shall have the right
to seek adjustments on the rates of payment upon the ground, in the
case of the International Longshoremen’s Association, that there has
occurred a substantial increase in the impact of containers upon
employment opportunities, or, in the case of the New York Shipping
Association, upon the ground that there has been no or a substantially
decreased impact of containers upon employment opportunities. In
the event that the parties shall fail to agree upon a revision, if any, in
the rates of payments, the matter shall be treated like a grievance
arising under their collective bargaining agreement.
November 16, 1960
EMANUEL STEIN, Chairman

F. M. McCARTHY
THOMAS W. GLEASON
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