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Local 174 represents Express workers at:

  • IBT Express Division:
    The Express Division was created in 2008 to handle all matters relating to DHL Express (this includes the DHL Independent Cartage Contractors or “ICC”s) and Air Express International “AEI”, formerly known as Danzas.

    Here at Local 174, we represent 74 couriers, ramp workers, and part-time loaders and unloaders at DHL Express. Our members are all under the National Master DHL Express agreement.

    IBT Division Director: William Hamilton

  • Business Agent:

    Tim AllenTim Allen
    Senior Business Agent
    Contact Phone: 206-441-6060 ext. 1316

  • Useful Links:


Express Division Teamsters in the News:

DHL Clerical Workers Vote to Join Teamsters

March 16, 2017
DHL Clerical Workers Vote to Join Teamsters

Newest DHL Unit Opts for Membership with Local 769

(MIAMI, Fl.) – Eight workers at DHL Express voted to join Teamsters Local 769 on Thursday, March 9. The vote was 7-1.

The eight workers deal with DHL’s logistical avionics, and they process airway bills and paperwork necessary for the travel of documents and packages across international borders.

The campaign was short, with six weeks elapsing for a petition and election.

“We’re looking forward to getting these folks added into the national agreement and in addition to negotiating a local supplement,” said Mike Scott, President and Principal Officer of Local 769. “We’re excited to welcome them to our Teamster family and demonstrate the value of a union contract.”

Founded in 1964, Local 769 has a long and proud heritage of representing South Florida Teamsters in numerous industries.

Teamsters Call on FedEx Shareholders to Reject Outdated Executive Pay Structure

September 6, 2016

Letter to Investors Urges “No Vote” Due to Critical and Persistent Weaknesses in the Company’s Pay Practices

(MEMPHIS, Tenn.) –Today, the International Brotherhood of Teamsters mailed a letter to FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) shareholders urging a vote against the board’s “Say on Pay” proposal at the September 26, 2016 annual shareholder meeting.

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