Tech companies are swiftly advancing platooning technology, (as reported in this article from the Washington Post) organizing packs (convoys) of trucks to be digitally connected and driven in close formation as a way to reduce wind resistance and increase fuel efficiency.
In the October 20 edition of the UPS Contract Update, the Package Division responds to questions received about the process by which the National Agreement for UPS and UPS Freight are negotiated.
Congratulations to Tom Camp on achieving 55 years of service at UPS! You make our union proud! As one UPS employee sees it, driver Tom Camp has a lot in common with some sports legends.
More than 260 local union leaders who represent Teamsters at UPS and UPS Freight gathered today in the Washington DC area to review national contract proposals, all of which were approved.
Earlier this week, members of the Teamsters UPS Upstate New York Supplement Committee met with the company to exchange proposals.
On Tuesday, October 17, representatives from each local union that represents UPS and UPS Freight Teamsters will be meeting in the Washington, D.C. area to review and approve national contract proposals.
Representatives and leaders of UPS and UPS Freight Teamster local unions are meeting this week in Seattle for Teamsters National Grievance Committee panel sessions.
At a park in the Bahama Village neighborhood of Key West, the fact that it’s 90 degrees and humid isn’t discouraging Teamster members and their community partners from unloading a packed freight truck. Time is of the essence, and nobody can wait for the sun to go down.