AAM, UAW plan to return to negotiations

According to an Associated Press report, UAW and American Axle and Manufacturing Holdings Inc. will return to negotiations April 9.
By Plant Engineering Staff April 8, 2008

Full bargaining teams for the United Auto Workers and American Axle and Manufacturing Holdings Inc. will return to negotiations April
The resumption of talks came fater a meeting April 7 between UAW president Ron Gettelfinger and CEO Richard Dauch. Details of the meeting weren’t released. Top negotiators for both sides will meet today (April 8) and full teams will bargain on April 9, company spokeswoman Renee Rogers said.
The strike against the auto-parts maker has forced General Motors Corp. to cut production across the nation. But Monday, GM confirmed it would restart pickup truck plants in Fort Wayne, Ind., and Oshawa, Ontario , that had been closed since late February because of the strike.