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UPS Freight Workers Overwhelmingly Ratify Contract
A first contract covering more than 1,700 UPS Freight drivers and dockworkers nationwide has been ratified overwhelmingly by a margin of 94 percent. The agreement improves wages, benefits and working conditions. The Teamsters Union now represents more than 11,700 UPS Freight workers in 41 states.

Teamsters Reach Tentative Agreement With UPS Freight
The Teamsters have reached a tentative collective bargaining agreement with UPS Freight that covers terminals certified after the national contract was ratified in April.

Review the national contract with UPS Freight.

Read the Letter of Agreement.


UPS Freight Workers in Illinois, Louisiana, Nevada and Virginia Sign Cards to Become Teamsters
An overwhelming majority of about 100 workers at UPS Freight terminals in Illinois, Louisiana, Nevada and Virginia have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers who have signed cards to nearly 11,200 since January 16.

UPS Freight Workers in California, Oklahoma, Texas and Virginia Sign Cards to Become Teamsters
An overwhelming majority of about 70 workers at UPS Freight terminals in California, Oklahoma, Texas and Virginia have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers who have signed cards to nearly 11,100 since January 16. Download the flier.

Teamsters Now Represent More Than 11,000 UPS Freight Workers
In four months, more than 11,000 UPS Freight drivers and dockworkers in 40 states have signed cards to become Teamsters, the largest organizing victory in the freight industry in 25 years. Download the flier.

UPS Freight Workers in York, Pennsylvania Sign Cards to Become Teamsters
An overwhelming majority of about 60 workers at the UPS Freight terminal in York, Pennsylvania have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers who have signed cards to 10,760 since January 16. Download the flier.

UPS Freight Workers in Idaho, Illinois, North Carolina, Ohio and Oklahoma Sign Cards to Become Teamsters
An overwhelming majority of more than 150 workers at UPS Freight terminals in Idaho, Illinois, North Carolina, Ohio and Oklahoma have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers who have signed cards to 10,700 since January 16. Download the flier.

UPS Freight Workers in Oregon Sign Cards to Become Teamsters
An overwhelming majority of about 150 workers at UPS Freight terminals in Oregon have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers who have signed cards to 10,550 since January 16. Download the flier.

UPS Freight Workers in Utah Sign Cards to Become Teamsters
An overwhelming majority of about 200 workers at UPS Freight terminals in Utah have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers who have signed cards to 10,400 since January 16. Download flier.

UPS Freight Workers in AL, CA, MS and OR Sign Cards to Become Teamsters
An overwhelming majority of about 100 workers at UPS Freight terminals in Alabama, California, Mississippi and Oregon have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers who have signed cards to 10,200 since January 16. Download flier.

UPS Freight Workers in LA, NC, PA and SC Sign Cards to Become Teamsters
An overwhelming majority of about 100 workers at UPS Freight terminals in Louisiana, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and South Carolina have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers who have signed cards to 10,100 since January 16. Download flier.

UPS Freight Workers in MO, NY, OH VA and WI Sign Cards to Become Teamsters
An overwhelming majority of approximately 290 workers at the UPS Freight terminals in Missouri, New York, Ohio, Virginia and Wisconsin have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers who have signed cards to 10,000 since January 16. Download flier.

UPS Freight Workers Vote to Ratify Contract by More than a 89 Percent
The Teamsters added more than 9,900 new members with workers at UPS Freight overwhelmingly ratifying a contract by more than 89 percent. The agreement will improve wages, benefits and working conditions.

Copy of the tentative agreement, affecting UPS Freight employees who are represented by Teamster locals

UPS Freight Workers in Florida Sign Cards to Become Teamsters
An overwhelming majority of about 115 workers at the UPS Freight terminals in Florida have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers seeking to join the union to more than 9,700 since January 16. Download flier.

UPS Freight Workers in AL, GA, NY, MO, OH and WI Sign Cards to Become Teamsters
An overwhelming majority of about 210 workers at the UPS Freight terminals in Alabama, Georgia, New York, Missouri, Ohio and Wisconsin have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers seeking to join the union to more than 9,600 since January 16. Download flier.

Local Leaders Unanimously Endorse Tentative UPS Freight Agreement
The tentative UPS Freight Agreement was unanimously recommended at the national two-person meeting March 25 by representatives from locals that have submitted cards from UPS Freight workers seeking to join the Teamsters Union.

UPS Freight Workers in Ohio Sign Cards to Become Teamsters
 An overwhelming majority of about 345 workers at the UPS Freight terminal in Columbus, Ohio have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers seeking to join the union to more than 9,400 since January 16. Download flier.

UPS Freight Workers in AL, MI and PA Sign Cards to Become Teamsters
An overwhelming majority of about 280 workers at the UPS Freight terminals in Alabama, Michigan and Pennsylvania have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers seeking to join the union to more than 9,000 since January 16. Download flier.

UPS Freight Workers in CA, CO, KY and TN Sign Cards to Become Teamsters
 An overwhelming majority of nearly 350 workers at the UPS Freight terminals in California, Colorado, Kentucky and Tennessee have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers seeking to join the union to about 8,750 since January 16. Download flier.

Two-Thirds of UPS Freight Workers Have Signed Cards to Become Teamsters
With victories in Ohio and Pennsylvania, two-thirds of UPS Freight workers have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, announced Teamsters General President Jim Hoffa. The number of UPS Freight workers who are seeking to join the Teamsters is about 8,400 since January 16. Download flier.

UPS Freight Workers in the Washington, D.C., Baltimore Area and California Sign Cards to Become Teamsters
An overwhelming majority of 210 workers at the UPS Freight terminals in the Washington, D.C.-Baltimore area and California have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers seeking to join the union to about 8,200 since January 16. Download flier.

UPS Freight Workers in New Jersey Sign Cards to Become Teamsters
An overwhelming majority of 175 workers at the UPS Freight terminals in Carteret and Moonachie, in New Jersey, have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers seeking to join the union to about 8,000 since January 16. Download flier.

UPS Freight Workers in Cincinnati, Maryland, Tennessee Sign Cards to Become Teamsters
 An overwhelming majority of about 160 workers at the UPS Freight terminals in Cincinnati, Ohio; Williamsport, Maryland; and Bristol, Tennessee have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers seeking to join the union to about 7,800 since January 16. Download flier.

UPS Freight Workers in South Carolina Sign Cards to Become Teamsters
An overwhelming majority of about 440 workers at the UPS Freight terminals in Gaffney, Greenville and Columbia, in South Carolina, have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers seeking to join the union to about 7,640 since January 16. Download flier.

UPS Freight Workers in Nashville Area Sign Cards to Become Teamsters
An overwhelming majority of 75 workers at the UPS Freight terminal near Nashville have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers seeking to join the union to about 7,200 since January 16. Download flier.

UPS Freight Workers in Indiana, Kentucky and Illinois Sign Cards to Become Teamsters
An overwhelming majority of about 100 workers at UPS Freight terminals in South Bend, Indiana; Rockford, Illinois; and Paducah, Kentucky have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers seeking to join the union to more than 7,100 since January 16. Download flier.

Hundreds of UPS Freight Workers in Texas Sign Cards to Become Teamsters
An overwhelming majority of about 720 workers at 10 UPS Freight terminals in Texas have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers seeking to join the union to more than 7,000 since January 16. Download flier.

UPS Freight Workers in Nevada, Arkansas and Pennsylvania Seek Teamster Membership
An overwhelming majority of about 170 workers at the UPS Freight terminals in Las Vegas, Nevada; Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; and Little Rock, Arkansas have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers seeking to join the union to nearly 6,300 since January 16. Download flier.

UPS Freight Workers in North Carolina Sign Cards to Become Teamsters
An overwhelming majority of about 235 workers at the UPS Freight terminals in Greensboro, Raleigh, Fayetteville, Kinston and Wilmington, in North Carolina, have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers seeking to join the union to nearly 6,100 since January 16. Download flier.

UPS Freight Workers in New York, California Sign Cards to Become Teamsters
An overwhelming majority of nearly 130 workers at the UPS Freight terminals in Syracuse, Albany and Binghamton, in New York, and a terminal in Stockton, California have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers seeking to join the union to about 5,830 since January 16. Download flier.

UPS Freight Workers in West Sacramento Sign Cards to Become Teamsters
An overwhelming majority of 107 workers at two UPS Freight terminals in West Sacramento, California have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers seeking to join the union to about 5,700 since January 16. Download flier.

UPS Freight Workers in Ohio and Kentucky Sign Cards to Become Teamsters
An overwhelming majority of about 150 workers at the UPS Freight terminals in Cleveland and Toledo, in Ohio, and in Bowling Green, Kentucky have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers seeking to join the union to about 5,600 since January 16. Download flier.

UPS Freight Workers in Southern California Sign Cards to Become Teamsters
An overwhelming majority of about 140 workers at the UPS Freight terminals in San Diego, Orange, and Calexico, all in Southern California, have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers seeking to join the union to more than 5,440 since January 16. Download flier.

UPS Freight Workers in St. Louis Sign Cards to Become Teamsters
An overwhelming majority of about 180 workers at the UPS Freight terminal in St. Louis have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers seeking to join the union to more than 5,300 since January 16. Download flier.

UPS Freight Workers in Chicago Area Sign Cards to Become Teamsters
An overwhelming majority of about 800 workers at the UPS Freight terminals in South Holland, Bedford Park, Palatine and Oswego, all in the Chicago area, have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers seeking to join the union to more than 5,120 since January 16. Download flier.

Workers in West Virginia and Indiana Seek Teamster Membership at UPS Freight
An overwhelming majority of about 110 workers at the UPS Freight terminals in Charleston, Bluefield, Fairmont and Parkersburg, all in West Virginia, and the terminal in Evansville, Indiana have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers seeking to join the union to more than 4,320 since January 16. Download flier.

UPS Freight Workers in Orlando Area Seek to Join Teamsters
An overwhelming majority of about 110 workers at the UPS Freight terminal in Ocoee, Florida, have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers seeking to join the union to more than 4,200 since January 16.  Download flier.

Workers in Charlotte and Spokane Seek Union Membership at UPS Freight
 An overwhelming majority of about 100 workers at the UPS Freight terminals in Charlotte, North Carolina and in Spokane, Washington have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers seeking to join the union to more than 4,100 since January 16. Download flier.

Teamsters' UPS Freight Campaign Reaches 4,000-Worker Milestone
An overwhelming majority of about 175 workers at the UPS Freight terminals in Bensalem, Pennsylvania; Pennsauken, New Jersey; and Elkton, Maryland have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers seeking to join the union to more than 4,000 since January 16. Download flier.

Workers in Houston and Beaumont Seek Union Membership at UPS Freight
An overwhelming majority of about 150 workers at the UPS Freight terminals in Houston and in Beaumont, Texas have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers seeking to join the union to about 3,850 since January 16. Download flier.

Workers in Indiana and California Seek Union Membership at UPS Freight
An overwhelming majority of about 100 workers at the UPS Freight terminals in Fort Wayne, Indiana and in Simi Valley and Oxnard, in California, have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers seeking to join the union to about 3,700 since January 16. Download flier.

Workers in Florida and Vermont Seek Union Membership at UPS Freight
An overwhelming majority of about 120 workers at the UPS Freight terminals in Tampa and Fort Myers, Florida, and in Burlington, Vermont have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers seeking to join the union to about 3,600 since January 16. Download flier.

Workers in Arizona and California Seek Union Membership at UPS Freight
An overwhelming majority of about 300 workers at the UPS Freight terminals in Phoenix, Tucson and Flagstaff, in Arizona, and two terminals in Fresno, California have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers seeking to join the union to about 3,500 since January 16. Download flier.

UPS Freight Workers in Atlanta Sign Cards to Become Teamsters
An overwhelming majority of about 360 workers at the UPS Freight terminals in Atlanta, Lawrenceville and Marietta, in Georgia, have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers seeking to join the union to about 3,200 since January 16. Download flier.

UPS Freight Workers in New York Sign Cards to Become Teamsters
An overwhelming majority of about 300 workers at the UPS Freight terminals in Farmingdale and Newburgh, in New York State, have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers seeking to join the union to about 2,800 since January 16. Download flier.

UPS Freight Workers in Kentucky Sign Cards to Become Teamsters
An overwhelming majority of about 300 workers at the UPS Freight terminals in Louisville and Lexington, in Kentucky, have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers seeking to join the union to about 2,500 since last week. Download flier.

Workers in Minneapolis and Milwaukee Sign Cards to Join Teamsters at UPS Freight
An overwhelming majority of approximately 160 workers at the UPS Freight terminals in Milwaukee and in Minneapolis have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers seeking to join the union to nearly 2,200 since last week. Download flier.

Majority of 750 UPS Freight Workers Sign Cards to Join Union in Southern California
An overwhelming majority of more than 750 workers at four UPS Freight terminals in Southern California have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the total number of drivers and dockworkers seeking to join the union to 2,000 since last week, Teamsters General President Jim Hoffa announced. Download flier.

UPS Freight Workers in Oakland and Seattle Sign Cards to Become Teamsters
An overwhelming majority of workers at the UPS Freight (formerly Overnite Transportation) terminals in the Oakland, California and Seattle, Washington areas have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters.  Download flier.

UPS Freight Workers in Detroit Take Big Step Toward Joining Teamsters
An overwhelming majority of the 107 workers at the UPS Freight (formerly Overnite Transportation) terminal in Detroit have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, the third major campaign victory announced by the union this week. Download flier.

UPS Freight Workers in Memphis Keep Organizing Campaign Rolling

A majority of the 411 workers at the UPS Freight (formerly Overnite Transportation) terminal in Memphis have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, bringing the number of workers seeking union representation to more than 700. Download flier.

UPS Freight Workers in New England Sign Cards Seeking to be Teamsters

A majority of workers at seven UPS Freight terminals throughout New England have signed authorization cards to become Teamsters, providing strong momentum in the nationwide campaign to give thousands of company employees a strong voice on the job. Download flier.

UPS Freight Indianapolis Agreement Highlights
The highlights of the agreement that the Teamsters negotiated with UPS Freight are now available for review. The highlights can also be downloaded in a PDF version.

UPS Freight Workers in Indianapolis Ratify Historic, First Ever Contract
Workers at UPS Freight (formerly Overnite Transportation) in Indianapolis overwhelmingly ratified their first contract ever today, by a 107-1 vote. This agreement will improve wages, benefits and working conditions and will serve as a model to organize thousands of other UPS Freight employees nationwide, Teamsters General President Jim Hoffa announced.

Teamsters, UPS Reach Tentative Agreement at UPS Freight in Indianapolis
The Teamsters Union and UPS Freight (formerly Overnite Transportation) reached a tentative agreement for their first contract ever, an agreement that will improve wages and benefits and will serve as a national model to organize thousands of other company employees nationwide.

Negotiations Resumed Week of August 27
With momentum on their side, Teamster negotiators returned to the table with UPS Freight during the week of August 27 in Indianapolis, and rank-and-file members played a key role in the talks.

Teamster Negotiators Visit UPS Freight Workers on the Dock
Teamster negotiators visited UPS Freight workers at their Indianapolis terminal recently and listened to the workers’ concerns firsthand as contract talks continue to move forward.

UPS Freight Talks Move On To Economics
After cementing nearly a dozen articles relating to non-economic working conditions in June, economic issues are expected to be introduced during the next round of talks the week of July 23.

Teamsters Making Strides at UPS Freight Talks
In the latest round of negotiations, agreement was reached on nearly a dozen additional articles relating to non-economic working conditions. Now the union and the company prepare to tackle economic items.

UPS Freight Talks Resume the Week of June 18
Contract negotiations for the 125 drivers and dockworkers at UPS Freight in Indianapolis resume the week of June 18, and economic issues are expected to be on the table soon.

UPS Freight Talks Maintain Strong Momentum
The Teamsters’ UPS Freight Negotiating Committee continues to make progress toward a strong contract for workers in Indianapolis, and the committee expects to be bargaining economic issues soon.

UPS Freight Talks ‘Going Well’
The Teamsters’ UPS Freight Negotiating Committee made steady progress during negotiations March 12-14, reaching agreement on 12 articles related to working conditions.

UPS Freight Negotiating Committee Makes Progress
The Teamsters' UPS Freight Negotiating Committee met with UPS on February 20 and 21, and progress was made on a variety of contract provisions dealing with non-economic workplace conditions.

Union’s National Negotiating Committee Resumes Talks, Sets Aggressive Schedule
The Teamsters National UPS Negotiating Committee resumed contract talks with the company on January 11 and 12, and the committee has set an aggressive schedule with the aim of reaching a strong agreement soon.

2006: An Exciting Year For UPS Freight Workers
The year 2006 was an exciting year for UPS Freight workers, as the Teamsters Union took major steps to bring to these workers the same strong voice that 1.4 million members enjoy.

Teamsters Begin Contract Talks With Company
The International Brotherhood of Teamsters kicked off contract talks on September 6 with UPS Freight, laying the groundwork for a campaign to organize more than 15,000 workers at the former Overnite Transportation.

Union to Kick Off UPS Freight Negotiations
On September 6, the Teamsters will begin negotiations  with UPS Freight on behalf of 125 workers who are now members of Local 135 in Indianapolis.

UPS Freight Campaign
Off to Victorious Start

The union's organizing campaign at UPS Freight got off to a great beginning after 125 drivers and dock workers at the company's Indianapolis plant joined Local 135.

Teamsters Win Card-Check Agreement at UPS/Freight
General President Jim Hoffa announces historic victory that re-energizes organizing efforts of former Overnite Transportation workers.

CEO of UPS Responds to Hoffa Rebuke
Eskew says an anti-union DVD sent to UPS Freight workers did not have his authorization. He wants to focus on a cooperative relationship with the Teamsters.

Organizing Overnite/UPS Freight
The Teamsters Union is launching an effort to bring the nearly 15,000 former employees of Overnite into the Teamster family.

Renewed Hope for Overnite/UPS
Freight Workers

After going out on strike with the Teamsters for three years at Overnite, Anthony Pope has a renewed sense of hope that he will soon have a strong voice at work as a Teamster.

 




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