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Update: CNHI Strikers Ratify New Agreement

Jan. 23, 2023
An improved offer was voted on after the “last, best and final offer from the company” was rejected just weeks ago.

The CNH Industrial (formerly Case New Holland) strikers at Locals 180 and 807 of the UAW have ended the eight-month strike with the ratification of a new contract.

Since May 2, 2022, over 1,000 workers were striking for “improved standard of living, retirement benefits, and a better work environment,” says a UAW statement.

With the agreement, workers have achieved “wage increases, shift premium increases, classification upgrades as well as other improvements,” according to a UAW statement.

“Our negotiators tenaciously bargained to the very end, even fighting for contract improvements in the face of threats from CNHI to hire permanent strike replacements,” UAW Vice President Chuck Browning said. “Combined with the incredible support from our members, it’s remarkable what had to be endured to achieve this contract.”

“We look forward to welcoming our employees back to work, building the machines that help our customers feed the world and build its essential infrastructure,” CNHI Chief Executive Officer Scott W. Wine said.

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