The pending strike at the UK’s biggest container port will see ships diverted and over $800 million (€787 million) in trade being disrupted, new analysis shows.

Over 1,900 striking trade union members are expected to bring the port of Felixstowe to a standstill between Sunday, Aug. 21 and Monday, Aug. 29.

That will see container shipments shifted to larger European ports including Rotterdam, Hamburg and Wilhelmshaven, according to the analysis by Alps Marine, part of Russell Group, a data and analytics company, IntraFish sister company Tradewinds reported.