Following the membership vote not to ratify a new National Agreement and Central/Southern Supplement in September 2016, the carhaul employers bargaining group asked the Teamsters National Automobile Transporters Industry Negotiating Committee (TNATINC) to return to the bargaining table. Contract negotiations began today in Detroit with the Employers group.
Scholarship applications for the sons and daughters of Teamster members are now available.
(SEATTLE) —Today, the union was forced to call an Unfair Labor Practice Strike against Selland Auto Transport at 11 different locations across Washington, Oregon, Montana, California and Utah, in an attempt to dissuade the company’s continued violations of federal labor law.
(SEATTLE) — Early this morning, the approximately 250 drivers, mechanics and owner-operators who work for Selland Auto Transport went on strike over Selland's multiple violations of federal law meant to protect workers’ rights. The workers are picketing at 11 locations in Washington, Oregon, Montana, California and Utah with picket signs that say “On Strike/Selland Doesn’t Deliver.”
The Teamsters National Automobile Transporters Industry Negotiating Committee (TNATINC) will meet in the near future to discuss options after members voted to not ratify a national agreement and one of the three supplements.
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.