CHICAGO, June 23 (Reuters) - A 10-month lockout at truck maker Paccar Inc.'s Peterbilt plant in Tennessee has ended after union workers voted Sunday to accept a new five-year labor contract, a company spokesman said Monday. Paccar, the second-largest U.S. truck manufacturer, locked out about 750 United Auto Workers members at its Peterbilt heavy-duty truck factory in Madison, Tennessee, on Sept. 3 after the two sides failed to negotiate a new labor contract. About 250 UAW employees will ...
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