(New throughout) NEW YORK, Aug 27 (Reuters) - BFGoodrich said on Thursday the union representing 4,400 workers at four tire plants in the United States and Canada had ratified new multi-year labor contracts. The agreements cover workers represented by the United Steelworkers of America. About 3,400 work at plants in Opelika, Alabama; Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and Fort Wayne, Indiana. A further 1,000 work at a plant in Kitchener, Ontario. The plants make Uniroyal and BFGoodrich passenger car ...
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