CARTERSVILLE, Ga -- For one day the Anheuser-Busch plant in Cartersville is turning beer into water. One of the plants lines was converted to can water to be shipped to the victims of super storm Sandy.
(RIVERSIDE, Calif.) – A majority of the 130 Teamsters at the Riverside Anheuser-Busch facility have ratified a new contract that ends a more than two-month strike and brings economic stability for the employees and their families for the next three years.
Teamsters leaders are questioning why Anheuser-Busch has brought them into court over a temporary restraining order concerning striking union members’ conduct on the picket lines at the brewer’s Riverside distribution center.
In April of this year our Locals 853, 856 and 150 in the Bay Area had disputes over contract negotiations with Coors distributors. Most of those issues have been resolved and Locals 853 and 856 now have contracts. Local 150 is still in negotiations.
Members of Local 1035 continue to stand strong against Coca-Cola in East Hartford, Conn., where they have been on strike since May 16. The unit of 350 employees went on strike after negotiating with the company for nearly six months without resolution to a new contract.
Teamsters Local 175 and Coca-Cola Bottling Company Consolidated (CCBCC) have settled the strike that occurred earlier this morning. Local 175 members at Coca-Cola Bottling Company Consolidated (CCBCC) in Charleston and Logan went on strike early this morning to protest the Company’s failure to abide by the collective bargaining agreement.