Tentative Deal in Carhaul

The International Union has reportedly reached a tentative agreement for the national carhaul contract. No information is available, as the Hoffa administration has put a gag-order on the negotiating committee, and has maintained secrecy from members throughout the process.

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They claim it was unanimously endorsed by the committee, so they should be proud to reveal it to the members to allow adequate time for review.

We expect that the International will soon conduct a meeting for all local unions to review and approve the tentative deal for the National Master Automotive Transport Agreement.

We will provide information, including all changes to the master agreement and supplements, as soon as it becomes available so members may review and discuss it prior to voting.


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