Read the Proposed Carhaul Contract

The Carhaul Division briefed local union officers today at a meeting in Romulus, Mich. on the details of a proposed new contract. Now it’s up to the members. Read the proposed contract here and get information on upcoming contract briefings.

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TDU encourages all carhaul Teamsters to review the proposed contract. Click here to read the tentative agreement.

Carhaulers can join an IBT briefing on Thursday night by calling 877-229-8493 at 9 p.m. Eastern Time. The Conference Call ID Code is 111566. The Hoffa administration’s conference calls are notoriously scripted with even the Q&A portion written in advance by IBT staffers. But some information is better than no information.

Teamsters United will hold a national conference call for carhaulers on Saturday at 4pm Eastern / 3pm Central to review and discuss the agreement. 

Ratification ballots will be mailed on August 22 and counted on September 14. A "No Vote" will authorize a strike.

Download the tentative national agreement here.

Download the Central-Southern Tentative Supplemental Agreement here.

Download the Western Area Carhaul Supplemental Agreement here.

Download the Eastern Area Carhaul Supplemental Agreement here.

 


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  • followed this page 2016-11-02 10:53:08 -0400
  • commented 2016-08-05 12:43:06 -0400
    Is this a joke? It’s no better than the last, in some ways worse. Article 22 lives with no sunset day for any new business. We can’t win a single New Business grievance at committee even though a deadlock is all that is required. The company says something is new business and even though it is in direct opposition to the contract language committee says the company is right.

    We need to depussyfy. Driver shortage and we’re still negotiating from a weakness stance. We are skilled labor!!!
  • published this page in News 2016-08-04 16:10:11 -0400

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