PORTLAND, Ore. — Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) has inked three-year contracts for three of its US manufacturing plants.
The truck plants in Mt. Holly and Cleveland N.C. and the components and logistics plant in Gastonia, N.C. are all covered by the new contracts, the company announced. Employees at all three plants are represented by the United Auto Workers.
“We view these agreements as a significant milestone in securing our US production footprint,” said Martin Daum, president and CEO of DTNA.
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