New approach to Teamsters trucking companies’ pension withdrawal liability

December 14, 2011: After decades of uncertainty over millions of dollars of potential pension withdrawal liability, Teamsters union-covered trucking companies in multi-employer pension plans finally have some tangible financial rays of hope.

And that is good news for shippers, who stand to benefit from potential changes that will make it easier for surviving carriers in multi-employer plans to remain in business and prosper.

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