Workers at Navistar International Corp.’s Chatham, Ont., facility have approved a new contract with the truck and engine maker, ending a 6-week, often heated strike at the plant. Navistar and Canadian Auto Workers members ratified a 2-year contract July 15 with 81% approval from the more than 600 CAW Local 127 members. Although the agreement does not provide the $14 million in cost savings the company sought, a mandatory overtime clause does give it greater flexibility when scheduling ...

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