CHICAGO, Feb 27 (Reuters) - American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings Inc. said on Friday it has reached a settlement with the United Auto Workers union on a new contract. The auto parts supplier said it expects its work force back on the job starting with the second shift. About 6,500 workers had gone on strike shortly after midnight on Thursday when the former four-year contract expired.
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