DETROIT — UAW Local 163 members at Detroit Diesel overwhelmingly ratified a five-year agreement that raises compensation for all workers and commits the Daimler Trucks North America subsidiary to building two displacements of a medium-duty truck engine in the near future.

According to a release by the UAW, the agreement, ratified Tuesday, includes a $5,000 signing bonus, a $1 wage increase for all classifications, including In-Progression employees.

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It also includes pension increases for pension-eligible employees, as well as an increased company matching contribution for non-pension eligible employees.

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The agreement also includes a reduction in the time it takes for employees to reach top-tier pay scale.


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