Union, Alcoa Deal Opens Door for New Press at Cleveland

May 2009
Metal Center News;May2009, Vol. 49 Issue 6, p40
Trade Publication
The article reports on the ratification of a two-year contract extension by members of the United Auto Workers in its current labor agreement with Alcoa Inc.'s Cleveland Works facility in Ohio. The company looked for a contract extension to raise enough money to finance the reconstruction of its 50,000-ton press. Moreover, the press has the ability to develop forgings for commercial and military aerospace applications.


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