Tentative Agreement reached with Procor Edmonton

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Unifor Local 21-A bargaining committee

Unifor Local 21-A bargaining committee and Procor Ltd. have reached a tentative collective agreement.

“This was a difficult round of negotiations, but our bargaining committee stood together for our rail sector members,” said Michelle Barsness, Unit Chair and Treasurer of Local 21-A. “This agreement would not have been reached without the skills and solidarity of the bargaining committee.” 

The union bargaining committee will be unanimously recommending acceptance of this tentative agreement. Details of the agreement will not be released until the agreement is presented to members for ratification on Feb.3, 2023. 

The 94 workers at Procor Ltd. inspect, repair and provide maintenance of Procor’s fleet of railway tank cars at its main service centre in Edmonton. Procor cars are used to transport petroleum, renewable fuels, LPG, petrochemicals, plastics, chemicals, fertilizers and food.