Workers at the New Process Gear plant in Syracuse, NY, are set to vote Feb. 20 on a new contract with Canadian supplier Magna International Inc., which purchased a controlling stake in the facility in 2004. Magna and United Auto Workers union Locals 624 and 2149, which represent 2,500 employees at the plant, reached a tentative agreement for a new contract this week. The previous pact expired in September. A Magna press release describes the tentative agreement as “historic” and a step ...

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