YRC Worldwide will talk with Teamsters union about pension payments

May 24, 2010: YRC Worldwide Inc. plans to talk with its union about its pension payments, which are supposed to restart early next year but may need to be delayed.

The Overland Park-based trucking giant (Nasdaq: YRCW) and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters union, which has worked with YRC on roughly $2 billion worth of concessions to help keep the company in business and thousands of its members employed, have formed joint committees to “address the company’s competitiveness and re-entry into union pension plans,” according to a Monday release.

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