UAW calls on all GM, Stellantis parts distribution facilities to strike; Ford averts additional strikes

The UAW called on all General Motors and Stellantis parts distribution facilities to join the strike Friday.

These 38 facilities are in 20 states, with 13 located in Michigan. See the full list below.

UAW President Shawn Fain said this is a result of both automakers rejecting union proposals and offering deficient cost of living adjustments.

"Both companies are still offering deficient cost of living adjustments that will provide zero increases over the next four years. Both have rejected job security proposals. Both have rejected profit-sharing proposals. And both companies have rejected our proposals to convert temps," he said.

Ford, on the other hand, has come to an agreement with the union on job security and reinstated cost of living adjustments that were suspended in 2009. Because of this, the UAW will not call on more Ford employees to strike.


Where negotiations stand between union and Ford, General Motors, and Stellantis

On Friday, the autoworkers union president greatly expanded the scope of its strike against General Motors and Stellantis after it said negotiations with the two automakers had not seen serious progress.

Ford employees who are already on strike at the automaker's Michigan Assembly will still continue striking, as will workers at the Stellantis Toledo Assembly Complex in Ohio, and the GM Wentzville Assembly Plant in Missouri.

These workers have been striking since Aug. 15 after all Big Three automakers failed to reach a deal with the UAW.

Fain set noon Friday as a deadline for "serious progress," something he says only Ford accomplished, but they aren't at a deal yet.

"To be clear, we are not done at Ford," he said.

Ford released a statement after Fain's update:

"Ford is working diligently with the UAW to reach a deal that rewards our workforce and enables Ford to invest in a vibrant and growing future. Although we are making progress in some areas, we still have significant gaps to close on the key economic issues. In the end, the issues are interconnected and must work within an overall agreement that supports our mutual success."

Plants on strike

Michigan UAW plants striking

Pontiac Redistribution in Pontiac

Willow Run Redistribution in Belleville

Ypsilanti Processing Center in Ypsilanti

Davidson Rd. Processing Center in Burton

Flint Processing Center in Swartz Creek

Lansing Redistribution in Lansing

Stellantis Marysville 

Centerline Packaging in Center Line 

Centerline Warehouse in Center Line

Sherwood in Warren

Warren Parts in Warren

Wayne Local 900 - on strike since Sept. 15

QEC in Auburn Hills

Stellantis Romulus 


Rancho Cucamonga Parts Distribution

Stellantis Los Angeles in Ontario


Denver Parts Distribution

Stellantis Denver in Commerce City


Stellantis Orlando


Stellantis Atlanta in morrow


Chicago Parts Distribution

Stellantis Chicago in Naperville


Stellantis Boston


Stellantis Minneapolis


Jackson Parts Dist.


Wentzville GM plant - on strike on Sept. 15


Reno Parts Distribution

New York

Stellantis New York

North Carolina

Charlotte Parts Dist.


Cincinnati Parts Dist. in Westchester

Stellantis Cleveland in Streetsboro

Local 12 in Toledo - on strike on Sept. 15


Stellantis Portland in Beaverton


Philadelphia Parts Dist.


Memphis AC Delco Parts Dist.


Fort Worth Parts Dist. 

Stellantis Dallas


Stellantis Winchester

West Virginia

Martinsburg Parts Dist.


Hudson parts Distribution

Stellantis Milwaukee

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