Swedish court sides

Swedish court sides with Tesla over blocked licence plates – Aftonbladet

STOCKHOLM, Nov 27 (Reuters) – A court in Sweden ruled on Monday the country’s transport authority must find a way to get licence plates to Tesla (TSLA.O) that are being blocked by postal workers, the Aftonbladet newspaper reported.

The decision comes hours after the U.S. electric car maker sued the agency and state-run PostNord because postal workers had stopped delivering plates for its new cars.

PostNord workers on Nov. 20 joined industrial action aimed at forcing Tesla to sign a collective bargain agreement for mechanics in Sweden, and the transport agency refused to deliver the plates by other means, saying it was contractually bound to use PostNord.

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