Carhaul

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Local 174 represents Carhaul workers at:

Active USA, Inc.
  • Carhaul Division:
    The IBT Carhaul Division represents nearly 8,000 workers across the United States.

    Local 174 represents the employees at ActiveUSA who work in transporting newly manufactured trucks. They are skilled at “stacking” between two and four trucks on top of each other and transporting them to dealerships.

    IBT Division Director: Kevin Moore

  • Business Agent:


    Roger PardoRoger Pardo

    Senior Business Agent
    Contact Phone: 206-441-6060 ext. 1322
    Email:  rpardo@teamsters174.org

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Carhaul Teamsters in the News:

Leaders of Carhaul Local Unions Overwhelmingly Endorse Tentative Agreement

February 16, 2017

Leaders of Carhaul local unions from across the country overwhelmingly endorsed a new tentative National Master Automobile Transporters Agreement (NMATA) today in Detroit, paving the way for members to vote on the contract.

Ballots are scheduled to be mailed out to members on or about March 10 and are tentatively scheduled to be counted on March 30. Local unions will conduct informational meetings leading up to the March 10 mailing date.
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Carhaul Local Union Leaders to Review Tentative Agreement on February 16

January 30, 2017

Leaders of local unions that represent Teamster carhaul members will meet on Thursday, February 16 to review the tentative carhaul agreement and supplements.

The meeting will take place in Detroit. If local union leaders agree to endorse the tentative agreement and supplements, it will go to carhaul members for a ratification vote.
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Teamsters, Carhaul Employer Group Reach Tentative Agreement

January 23, 2017

The Teamsters National Automobile Transporters Industry Negotiating Committee (TNATINC) has reached a tentative national carhaul agreement with the National Automobile Transporters Labor Division (NATLD).
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Short and Sweet: One-day Strikes at OMA and Selland Get the Job Done

January 10, 2017

Just before five o’clock in the morning on October 20, 2016, in the cold pre-dawn darkness, a canopy was raised next to a construction yard in Seattle to protect the people underneath it from the driving rain. A burn barrel with the numbers “174” carved into it was filled with wood and set on fire. Someone had brought hot coffee, someone else had brought doughnuts, and everyone wished they had remembered their long underwear. The Teamsters Local 174 semi truck was parked across the street, and out of it came dozens of signs nailed to wooden stakes. The signs, which had been assembled the prior day, read “On Strike – O.M.A Unfair Labor Practice.” Teamsters Local 174 was going out on strike.
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