NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Peterbilt Motors Company recently announced that it has reached agreement on a new five-year labor contract for its Nashville facility with the United Auto Workers Local 1832.
“Peterbilt is pleased that its employees will be returning to work. We believe the agreement will enhance operating efficiencies, while providing an excellent benefit package for our Peterbilt employees,” said Joe Scattergood, Peterbilt Nashville plant manager.
“Peterbilt is very appreciative of the outstanding support from our employees at Denton and Ste-Therese which, with the new labor agreement, will enable Peterbilt to continue to deliver the highest-quality trucks in the marketplace. We also thank our dealers, customers and suppliers for their encouragement,” added Nick Panza, Peterbilt general manager.
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