Workers of South Korean shipbuilder, Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) have embarked on a protest demanding pay increase.
Local media reported that two workers of the company’s metal union mounted a 40-meter tall crane and launched a sit-down strike.
Talks between the shipbuilder and the metal union have been underway for over nine months but no progress has been achieved.
The union has demanded a 4.11% wage rise on the back of improving business performance at DSME.
The company, however, is pushing for wage freezes and return of 10% of wages as part of its cost cutting measures.
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