Kaiser Aluminum Reaches Pact with Teamsters

May 2006
Metal Center News;May2006, Vol. 46 Issue 6, p49
Trade Publication
The article states that Kaiser Aluminum Corp. and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters ratified a new three-year contract covering approximately 125 union members at the company's Los Angeles, California facility. The agreement calls for typical industry-level wage increases. Jack A. Hockema, president and CEO of Kaiser Aluminum, said that the contract is the last of several that have been ratified over the past year by hourly employees at Kaiser Aluminum union-affiliated facilities, leaving the company with no pending labor contract expirations until April 2007.


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