KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- The settlement that brought members of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters back to work last week at Associated Wholesale Grocers here for the first time in two months could produce savings of up to $40 million for AWG, the company told SN.
The labor agreement, struck as AWG faced a potential federal mandate to return workers to their jobs, calls for Teamsters Local 955 here and Local 245 in Springfield, Mo., to resume warehousing and trucking duties under an ...
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