Swedish court gives postal service until Friday to respond to Tesla’s injunction request

Tesla has headed to court over its labor dispute in Sweden with the postal service. However, the court has decided not to grant an injunction that would force the postal workers to deliver Tesla’s license plates.

The current strike action by workers of PostNord AB (Sweden’s postal service) postal service workers is already having an impact on Tesla’s operations in Sweden as the plates have started to pile up. It is part of activities by unions to protest the changes to the traditional way of setting things that Tesla wants to implement. The American carmaker has headed to the court for the second time but has been refused the injunction it is seeking to force the deliveries of the licenses, as Automotive News reports.

According to the court, it does not agree with Tesla that the delay caused by the postal services was enough to warrant a snap ruling until PostNord AB makes a submission on the case. The postal service has until Friday to formally respond. I’m the interim, the court directed PostNord AB to deliver the licenses to Tesla while considering the case.

In previous arguments, the postal service has posited that the rights of its workers to embark on a strike outweigh its duty to deliver Tesla’s mail. Its workers started avoiding Tesla’s mail after the IF Metal-affiliated workers downed tools at Tesla’s repair shops in Sweden.

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