MILTON, ON, Nov. 11, 2011 /CNW/ - Northstar Aerospace (Canada) Inc., a
wholly owned subsidiary of Northstar Aerospace, Inc., and the Canadian
Auto Workers (Local 112) have finalized a new collective bargaining
agreement for the workforce at the company's Milton, Ontario plant.
Union membership ratified the agreement today.
Specific terms of the deal were not disclosed. Unionized employees at
the Milton plant went on strike at 12:01am October 13, 2011.
"We are pleased to have the workforce back to focus on servicing our
customers. We thank our customers for their support and commit to them
that the collective team will work hard to satisfy their requirements
for high quality components to be delivered on schedule and to make up
for any deliveries delayed by the stoppage" said Peter Jackson,
President of Canadian Operation . Mr. Jackson also added "the company
respects the collective bargaining process and both parties treated
each other with dignity and respect throughout the negotiations".
Northstar Aerospace, Inc. (www.nsaero.com) is North America's leading
independent manufacturer of flight critical gears and transmissions.
Northstar Aerospace is a public company (TSX:NAS) with operating
subsidiaries in the United States and Canada. Its principal products
include helicopter gears and transmissions, accessory gearbox
assemblies, rotorcraft drive systems and other machined and fabricated
parts. It also provides maintenance, repair and overhaul of helicopter
engines and transmissions. The Company's executive offices are located
in Chicago, Illinois. Its plants are located in Chicago, Illinois;
Phoenix, Arizona; Milton and Windsor, Ontario, Canada.
SOURCE Northstar Aerospace
For further information:
William J. Corley, Corporate Director of Human Resources at
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