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8 Nov 2018

EU Parliament to investigate case of 22 Filipino truck drivers found living & working in "dire conditions" in Denmark

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Danish police raided a property on 30 October and allegedly found 22 Filipino drivers living in “slum-like” conditions in containers. The property is owned by the Danish employer, Kurt Beier Transport. The CEO of Kurt Beier Transport said that he regretted the living conditions of the workers but denied any laws had been broken.  An article detailing the company's comments is found below.