Boeing makes new offer to St. Louis-area workers, delaying strike

three workers Boeing Defense manufacturing plants will vote on a proposed amended labor contract on Wednesday, temporarily averting a strike that was due to start as early as Monday.

The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers said the aerospace company made a new contract offer after an overnight negotiating session between the two sides. About 2,500 members of the union’s District 837 work at three Boeing factories in the St. Louis area that manufacture weapons and military aircraft, including the F-15 fighter jet, T-7A trainer and drone. MQ-25 refueling.


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