UPS

UPS Division

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Local 174 represents UPS employees at these facilities:

Seattle, Tukwila, Pacific, Valley, Redmond, Boeing Field, COHO, Feeder Drivers, UPS Freight
  • Package Division:
    The IBT Package Division serves more than 250,000 members throughout the United States who work at UPS and UPS Freight.

    Here at Local 174, we represent over 2,600 UPS employees. Our UPS Business Agents are responsible for ensuring that management abides by the UPS and UPS Freight National Master Agreements. We represent UPS package car drivers, air drivers, feeder drivers, part-time loaders, unloaders, sorters and clerks. We also represent 120 employees at UPS Freight and UPS Cartage Services.

    IBT Division Director: Ken Hall

     

  • Business Agents:

    Please contact your Business Agent with any questions or concerns.

    Ted BunstineTed Bunstine – Division Director

    Jeff Sullivan – Senior Business Agent
    Contact Phone: 206-441-6060 ext. 1321
    Email:  jsullivan@teamsters174.org
    Feeder drivers, Seattle Twilight, Redmond Twilight and Night, Boeing Field Twilight and Night, COHO Twilight and Night, Import, and UPS Freight

    Matt WebbyMatt Webby – Senior Business Agent
    Contact Phone: 
    206-441-6060 ext. 1330
    Email: mwebby@teamsters174.org
    Seattle Drivers and Preload, Tukwila Drivers and Preload, Pacific Drivers and Preload, Valley Drivers and Preload

    Nate Madoulet – Business Agent
    Contact Phone: 206-441-6060 ext. 1328
    Email: nmadoulet@teamsters174.org
    Redmond Drivers and Preload, Boeing Field Sunrise, Tukwila Local Sort, Pacific Local Sort, Valley Local Sort

  • Useful Links:







    Grievance form link

    **Please note that Grievances MUST be submitted in person or by fax. They will not be accepted via email.**

 

 

UPS Teamsters in the News:

 

Wheels to Work: UPS Teamsters Pitch In For Coworker in Need

March 21, 2017

Teamsters are known for having each other’s backs. That’s especially true of UPS members in Alabama who did something incredible for a struggling coworker.

At 19-years-old, Derrick Taylor is a prime example of a hardworking young man who puts others before himself. Since age 13 he has held jobs to support his family and his ailing mother.

The part-time package handler and member of Teamsters Local 612 in Birmingham started working at the UPS facility in Anniston, Ala. about a year ago and his coworkers immediately noticed how dedicated he was to his job and his family. (more…)

WSJ: UPS Gives Top Brass a Raise Despite Missed Targets

March 16, 2017

Chief Executive David Abney’s compensation rose 21%

Top executives at United Parcel Service Inc. took home higher compensation in 2016 even as the parcel carrier missed many of its performance targets.

The reason? A second pay raise and special stock awards given to senior leaders, including Chief Executive David Abney, toward the end of last year. Mr. Abney’s total compensation was 21% higher than the previous year.

The September equity awards were valued at $2.6 million for the top five executives, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing on Tuesday, and helped offset some performance-based pay that wasn’t fully paid out due to weak results. Compensation based on the prior three years financial results was paid out at 72% of the target. (more…)

Teamsters Fight Back Against UPS “Golf Cart” Bill in Kentucky

March 15, 2017

Earlier this month, the Kentucky House passed a bill that would allow UPS to deliver packages via golf carts in residential areas. House Bill 404, otherwise known as the “Golf Cart” Bill, was introduced in the Transportation Committee in February with a UPS representative on hand to testify on behalf of the measure.

“We strongly condemn HB 404 as an attack on UPS members’ safety and welfare,” said Fred Zuckerman, President of Teamsters Local 89. “This legislation creates a dangerous loophole that hurts UPS Teamsters and their families.”

After two hours of vigorous debate and despite a number or of lawmakers sounding the alarm on the safety risks posed by HB 404, the bill was passed by the House on March 1. (more…)

Teamster UPS Aircraft Mechanics File For Release From Mediation

February 23, 2017

Critical Supply Chain Workers Move Closer to a Strike

(LOUISVILLE, Ky.) – After more than three and a half years of UPS refusing to agree to a new contract with aircraft mechanics and related classifications, Wednesday the mechanics requested that the National Mediation Board (NMB) release them from mediated negotiations with the company.

UPS relies on the mechanics, stationed at over 90 gateways across the country, for all maintenance of its cargo aircraft. International Brotherhood of Teamsters Airline Division Director David Bourne delivered the request to the NMB. He also advised the NMB that Teamsters General President Jim Hoffa has pledged his and the International Union’s full support of the mechanics’ request.
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Sean O’Brien Appointed To Lead Teamsters Package Division

February 13, 2017

Will Lead UPS Negotiations, Nation’s Largest Private-Sector Contract

(WASHINGTON) – International Vice President Sean O’Brien has been named Director of the Teamsters Package Division. The division represents more than 250,000 members at UPS and UPS Freight.

“I am pleased to appoint Sean O’Brien to lead our Package Division team as we head into the all important 2018 contract negotiations with UPS,” said Teamsters General President Jim Hoffa. “With Sean’s experience, enthusiasm and commitment I am confident that he will lead the fight for our members to achieve a strong contract.”
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Teamster UPS Aircraft Mechanics Vote to Strike

November 14, 2016

As UPS Beats Q3 Expectations, Critical Supply Chain Workers Authorize a Strike to Protect Healthcare Benefits

(LOUISVILLE, Ky.) – Airline maintenance technicians and related classifications who maintain UPS’s (NYSE: UPS) fleet of jet engine aircraft announced Monday that they have authorized a strike at the shipping giant.

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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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