Harley Davidson has reached a tentative agreement with the union in the strike at the York, PA plant. Voting on the agreement will take place next week. The strike has already had a ripple effect with 440 HD employees laid off in Milwaukee, plus a number of suppliers have laid off workers in plants in the U.S. and Canada.
Harley-Davidson reported today that it has reached a tentative labor agreement with representatives of International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM) Local 175 in York. The agreement is subject to membership ratification and a vote is expected to occur the week of Feb. 19. If approved, the agreement would end a strike by Harley-Davidson’s 2,800 unionized employees in York that began February 2.
The Company has not disclosed terms of the proposed agreement or the timing of a possible resumption of motorcycle production in York.