United Auto Workers (UAW) workers at Volvo’s New River Valley truck plant have once again rejected a labor agreement tentatively reached with the company May 20.
It was a six-year labor agreement covering about 2,900 empoyees.
“We are committed to the collective bargaining process, and remain confident that we will ultimately be able to reach a mutually beneficial agreement,” said NRV vice-president and general manager Franky Marchand.
Negotiations have been in progress since Feb. 8.
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