MILWAUKEE — The
Harley-Davidson workers at the York, Pa., facility have voted to
ratify a new collective bargaining agreement with the company,
which will be effective Feb. 1 through Oct. 15, 2022.
The motorcycle assembly
workers are represented by the International Association of
Machinists and Aerospace Workers Local 175. The agreement, which
covers approximately 970 employees at York, succeeds the current
agreement, which was originally scheduled to expire in February
2017, according to the announcement.
“Our York employees play an
important role in ensuring the strength of our manufacturing
operations and our ability to be responsive to our customers
globally, and we appreciate their many contributions,” said
Michelle Kumbier, Harley-Davidson senior vice president, Motor
Company Product and Operations. “We believe the new contract is
competitive while continuing to provide a stable production
environment as we focus on managing the business for long-term
The agreement includes wage
increases in each year of the contract and maintains the
company’s flexible manufacturing model.