YRC Gains Labor Flexibility as ABF Threatens Pension Pullout

December 26, 2007: The trucking industry association is bragging about new concessions in the tentative deal at Yellow/Roadway.

The proposed deal would give YRC more “flexibility,” according to Transport Topics, a publication of the American Trucking Associations.

The magazine also reports that ABF will soon release a proposal to withdraw from all Teamster multi-employer pension plans.

“The second act of the LTL talks could offer more fireworks,” according to the magazine.

Click here to read the full article at Freight2008.org.

Click here to download a new freight bulletin with information on the tentative deal with YRC.

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