"Our Fight is Your Fight" - the unwavering solidarity between the TWU and Teamsters

  • Survey Shows Public Doesn’t Want Tired Truckers On The Road

    October 28

    A new poll released today shows lawmakers pushing for longer trucker hours what the Teamsters and others backing safer highways have known all along – the public doesn’t want it and feels it will jeopardize their safety.
    TEAMSTERS NEWS, 16 October 2014

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  • No Trade With Vietnam

    August 08

    It’s no accident that average American families have seen our incomes decline over the last 20 years as politicians of both parties have signed “free trade” agreements, which do nothing but trade American jobs, worker safety standards, and food and consumer safety standards for bigger corporate profits. We don’t need any more free trade agreements; what we need are fair trade agreements.

    International Brotherhood of Teamsters

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  • Port Truck Drivers in New Jersey Reject Company’s Lies and Vote YES to Form a Union; A Major Milestone on the Road to Modernization of the Broken U.S. Port Trucking System

    July 22

    CARTERET, NJ– Truck drivers employed by Australia-based Toll Group at the company’s New Jersey division voted overwhelmingly – by a margin of nearly 70% – to form a union and affiliate with the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Local 469. The new bargaining unit unites 112 truck drivers, including local drivers that service the Ports of New York and New Jersey, hostlers who move trailers within the Toll yard, and long haul drivers. The voting took place over several weeks and concluded with a vote count on Wednesday, July 17, 2013.


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  • Toll in Fresh Dispute with US Truck Drivers, Teamsters Union

    June 21

    Australian transport giant Toll Group has become embroiled in another bitter labour dispute in the US with truck drivers and the Teamsters union.

    THE AUSTRALIAN, 21 June 2013

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  • Toll puts Teamsters matter to rest

    January 18

    Toll has struck a deal to improve wages and conditions at its Los Angeles operation, while also settling unfair labour allegations levelled against the company.

    Brad Gardner, Australasian Transport News, 15 January 2013

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