Auto Union Strikes Escalate Targeting Key Michigan Plant

Written by on October 24, 2023

Auto Union Strikes Escalate, Targeting Key Michigan Plant

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Auto Union Strikes Escalate Targeting Key Michigan Plant

Auto Union Strikes Escalate Targeting Key Michigan Plant

Auto Union Strikes Escalate, Targeting Key Michigan Plant

In a significant escalation, the United Auto Workers (UAW) union is broadening its strike to include the Dodge Ram 1500 production at a Michigan plant, marking a critical turn in the ongoing labor dispute.

Approximately 6,800 workers are set to join the picket lines at the Stellantis’ Sterling Heights Assembly Plant in Detroit, where Jeep, Dodge, and Chrysler brands are produced. This expansion adds to the existing 40,000 UAW members on strike across seven assembly plants, involving major automakers like Stellantis, Ford, and General Motors, along with 38 parts distribution centers. Notably, this marks the first instance in the union’s 88-year history where it has simultaneously targeted all three automotive giants.

The Core Grievance:

The UAW contends that the automotive industry behemoths are withholding a fair share of the $21 billion total profits amassed in the first half of 2023 from the workers. The key demands include higher pay, a quicker transition of temporary workers to full-time roles, and adjustments for the rising cost of living.

Stellantis’ Response:

In response, Stellantis expressed their “outrage” at the union’s decision, highlighting that their latest offer incorporated a substantial 23% wage increase, aligning with the proposals made by Ford and General Motors.

UAW President Shawn Fain acknowledged the automakers’ record-breaking contract offers but asserted that the workers deserve more, further fueling the protracted negotiations.

Reading Between the Lines:

The activation of a multi-billion dollar line of credit by General Motors from JPMorgan earlier this month suggests that the automaker may be preparing for an extended strike, hinting at the potential gravity and duration of the ongoing labor dispute.

[Source: The National Pulse, WSJ, Zero Hedge]





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