OH Conveyor Chain Maker, Unions Ink New Labor Contract

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Webster Industries Inc. and the labor unions representing its employees have agreed to a new contract effective April 1, 2011.

Webster Industries - OH Chain Conveyor Maker

Webster Industries - OH Chain Conveyor Maker

We are pleased to continue our labor agreements with the Glass, Molders, Pottery, Plastics & Allied Workers International Union and International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers for another two years.

Webster Industries Inc. and the labor unions representing its employees have agreed to a new contract that maintains the company’s leadership among conveyor chain manufacturers.

“We are pleased to continue our labor agreements with the Glass, Molders, Pottery, Plastics & Allied Workers International Union and International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers for another two years,” company President Andrew Felter said. The previous contract expired March 31, and the new agreement took effect with no lapse or work stoppage.

“The goals of our collective bargaining agreements are to provide the framework for a fair working relationship that provides Webster with the ability to remain competitive and focused on customer value through quality products, continuous improvement, competitive pricing, and customer service,” Felter said. “I feel that we are well positioned to do just that.”

Webster Industries’ strong relationship with the two unions allows the company to retain nearly 100% of its production in the United States. Felter cites this as one of the factors for the company’s continued success at a time when other conveyor chain manufacturers are moving production overseas.

Felter also credited all of Webster’s employees for the company’s achievements and thanked them for their continued dedication and efforts.

Webster Industries Inc. provides engineered conveying solutions for a wide range of industries. Visit the Ohio conveyor chain manufacturer’s website to learn more.

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