Automakers are reviewing alternative transportation methods in preparation for a possible strike by the International Brotherhood of Teamsters. The National Master Automobile Transporters Agreement expires May 31, and Teamsters leaders are negotiating a new contract for more than 12,000 union members who work for the 17 major car hauling companies that deliver vehicles to dealerships around the U.S. Results tallied last week show the rank-and-file voted overwhelmingly, 5,705 to 251, to ...
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