Teamster carhaul members have rejected a national contract and the Central-Southern Supplement, but have approved the Eastern and Western supplements.
Since 2014, the Carhaul Division has pressed NMATA carriers for detailed information under the terms of the Work Preservation Agreement (WPA) about how they conduct business with logistics companies. The attached flier explains in detail what the Division has discovered about these companies and the importance of new protections in these Agreements.
The Tentative National Carhaul Agreement, supplements and documents explaining the National and supplements are available for members to review. Click (here) to access all the documents.
Leaders of carhaul local unions from across the country overwhelmingly endorsed a new tentative National Master Automobile Transporters Agreement (NMATA) today in Detroit, paving the way for members to vote on the contract later this month.
A conference call is scheduled at 8 p.m. Central time/9 p.m. Eastern Thursday, August 4 during which time Teamster leaders will discuss the tentative national carhaul agreement.
After long and difficult negotiations, the Teamsters National Automobile Transporters Industry Negotiating Committee (TNATINC) has reached a tentative national carhaul agreement with the National Automobile Transporters Labor Division (NATLD), the multi-employer collective bargaining association representing the unionized sector of the vehicle transport and logistics industry.
Despite lengthy and thorough negotiations, Teamsters negotiators and the carhaul employer group remain apart on the most critical economic issues to the members, including pay retroactivity and the appropriate level of wage increases necessary to retain drivers in a long-term agreement.
The Teamsters National Automobile Transporters Industry Negotiating Committee (TNATINC) and the carhaul employer representatives have largely resolved most operational issues but are still negotiating over the hard-fought benefits our members have earned and deserve.