Hoffa-era contract givebacks continue to pay off for UPS. The company made $3.662 billion in operating profit in the first quarter, a $300 million increase over the same period last year. The money is there and we’re going to come for it in the 2023 contract.
General President-elect Sean O’Brien laid out his vision for an expanded Package Division and announced who will lead different areas of union’s work at UPS on his last Zoom Transition Update with members before Teamsters United takes office on March 22.
UPS Teamsters elected new International Union leadership in 2021. How can we win the contract we deserve in 2023? Register now for this zoom workshop on Sunday, March 20, to talk with UPS activists and Teamster leaders about how to organize for a better UPS contract.
UPS announced fourth quarter operating profits of $3.9 billion, bringing its haul for 2021 to $10.9 billion in operating profits. The announcement sent stock prices skyrocketing. UPS Teamsters need to unite to win what we deserve in our next contract.
Today, UPS announced third quarter profits of $2.3 billion. The company has made a staggering $7.4 billion in profit after taxes in the first nine months this year, and is headed toward a record $10 billion in profits for the year.
New York Local 804, led by Vinnie Perrone, a candidate on the OZ-Teamsters United Slate, has done what the Hoffa administration could not. They have fought back and won against UPS on the critical issue of Personal Vehicle Drivers (PVDs).