Freight Contracts

2019 Tentative YRCW National Master Freight Agreement Information
2019-2024 National Master Freight Agreement

Central Supplements:

Central Region Over-the-Road Supplemental Agreement

Central Region Local Cartage Supplemental Agreement

Michigan State Office Workers Supplemental Agreement

Eastern Supplements:

Carolina Freight Council Automotive Maintenance Supplemental Agreement

Carolina Freight Council City Cartage Supplemental Agreement

Carolina Freight Council Over-the-Road Supplemental Agreement

Central Pennsylvania Over-the-Road and Local Cartage Supplemental Agreement

Teamsters Joint Council No. 40 Freight Council Supplemental Agreement

Maryland-District of Columbia Freight Council Supplemental Agreement

New England Freight Supplemental Agreement

New Jersey-New York General Trucking Supplemental Agreement

New Jersey-New York General Trucking and Local 701 Supplemental Agreement

Northern New England General Freight Supplemental Agreement

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Vicinity Local Cartage and Over-the-Road Supplemental Agreement

New York State Teamsters Freight Division Over-the-Road and Local Cartage Supplemental Agreement

Virginia Freight Council City Pickup and Delivery and Over-the-Road Supplemental Agreement

West Virginia Freight Council Supplemental Agreement

Southern Supplements:

Southern Region Area Local Freight Office Clerical Employees Supplemental Agreement

Southern Region Area Local Freight Forwarding Garage Supplemental Agreement

Southern Region Area Over-the-Road Motor Freight Supplemental Agreement

Southern Region Area Local Freight Forwarding Pickup and Delivery Supplemental Agreement

Western Supplements:

Western States Area Common Causes Supplemental Agreement – Part I

Western States Area Pick-up and Delivery, Local Cartage, and Dock Workers Supplemental Agreement – Part II

Western States Over-the-Road Motor Freight Supplemental Agreement – Part III

Western States Automotive Shop & Truck Servicing Supplemental Agreement – Part IV

Western States Office Employees Supplemental Agreement – Part V

Joint Council No. 7 Bay Area Local Pickup and Delivery Supplemental Agreement

 

2018 – 2023 Tentative ABF National Master Freight Agreement & Regional Supplemental Agreements
Central Region Supplements:

Central Region Local Cartage

Central Region Over-the-Road Motor Freight

State of Michigan Office Workers

Eastern Region Supplements:

Carolina Freight Council Automotive Maintenance

Carolina Freight Council City Cartage

Carolina Freight Council Over-the-Road

Central PA Over-the-Road & Local Cartage

Joint Council No. 40 Freight Council

Maryland-District of Columbia Freight Council

New England

New Jersey-New York Area General Trucking

New Jersey-New York – LU 701

New York State Local Cartage and Over-the-Road

Northern New England General Freight

Philadelphia PA Local Cartage and Over-the-Road

Virginia Freight Council City Pickup & Delivery & Over-the-Road

West Virginia Freight Council

Southern Region Supplements:

Southern Region Area Local Freight Forwarding Garage

Southern Region Area Local Freight Forwarding Pickup & Delivery

Southern Region Area Local Freight Office Clerical

Southern Region Area Over-the-Road Motor Freight

Western Region Supplement:

Western States Area Common Clause – Part I

Western States Automotive Shop & Truck Servicing – Part IV

Western States Office Employees – Part V

Western States Over-the-Road Motor Freight – Part III

Western States Pick-up & Delivery Local Cartage & Dock Workers Part II

JC No. 7

 

 

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