(LAS VEGAS) Teamsters Local 631 members who work at Rinker Hydro Conduit (CEMEX) overwhelming ratified a new five-year collective bargaining agreement on Monday, January 23, 2017 ending a ten-week strike. Members will return to work January 25, 2017. Members of Teamsters Local 631 who work at Rinker Hydro Conduit, which is owned by CEMEX, had been on strike since November 15, 2016.
After ten weeks on strike, members of Local 631 in Las Vegas will soon vote on a tentative agreement with Rinker Hydro Conduit.
The Fifth Annual Pipeline Steward School and Business Agent and Officers' Conference for the Building Material and Construction Trade Division will be held March 12-16.
Teamsters and other labor unions are urging the approval of the Rover Pipeline. The project is poised to create thousands of good, union jobs and create vital energy infrastructure. Click to read the letter calling for the approval of the project which has already undergone extensive review.
Representatives from the Teamsters National Pipeline participated in an informational meeting for residents in West Virginia about the planned Atlantic Coast Pipeline project.
(WASHINGTON) The Teamsters Union is disappointed in a decision by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to not grant an easement for the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Scholarship applications for the sons and daughters of Teamster members are now available.
At the recent National Metal Trades Convention, the director of the Teamsters Building Material and Construction Trade Division was appointed to serve on the Organization Committee.