Lorry driver shortage: strike threat at two firms increases supply chain fears | The Guardian

Staff at Tesco-owned Booker and cement producer Hanson move closer to industrial action

The threat of strike action by lorry drivers at two firms supplying the construction industry and convenience stores has raised the prospect of further disruption this autumn amid Britain’s worst supply chain meltdown since the 1970s.

A group of drivers at the Booker distribution network, which is part of Tesco, and more than 200 drivers and engineers at Hanson, the cement producer, have moved closer to industrial action in disputes over pay and conditions.

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