Strike Ends at York Plant

Harley-Davidson and union reach tentative agreement

A tentative labor agreement has been reached between the Harley-Davidson Motor Company and union representatives, ending a strike that began February 2 at the companys York, Pennsylvania, plant.

The Harley-Davidson manufacturing facility in York, Pennsylvania, employs approximately half the company#39;s production workforce.

The agreement is subject to ratification by the union membership, represented by the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM) Local 175. A vote is expected soon. Terms of the proposed agreement have not been made public.

A variety of manufacturing operations are performed in the York, Pennsylvania, facility including machining, polishing and chrome plating, welding and painting.

The Harley-Davidson Vehicle Operations plant in York, Pennsylvania, is the companys largest manufacturing facility and has more than 3,200 employees. There is no announcement on when motorcycle production will resume at the York facility.

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