Collective Bargaining Agreement Sample Contracts

Dryships Inc – 2. Owners (Name, Place of Registered Office and Law of Registry) (Cl. 1) 3. Managers (Name, Place of Registered Office and Law of Registry)(Cl. 1) Name Name TMS BULKERS LTD. Place of Registered Office Place of Registered Office Trust Company Complex, Ajeltake Road, Ajeltake Island, Majuro, Marshall Islands, MH96960 Law of Registry Law of Registry Republic of Marshall Islands 4. Day and Year of Commencement of Agreement (Cl. 2) DATE OF PRESENT AGREEMENT AS PER BOX 1 5. Crew Management (State "Yes" or "No" as Agreed) (Cl. 3.1) YES 6. Technical Management (State "Yes" or "No" as Agreed) (Cl. 3.2) (April 4th, 2018)

20. Notices (state postal and cable address, telex and telefax number for serving notice and communication to the Managers) (Cl. 20)

Synalloy Corporation – Collective Bargaining Agreement (March 13th, 2018)

This Agreement effective January 6, 2018 is entered into between Bristol Metals, LLC (hereinafter referred to as the "Company") and the United Steel, Paper and Forestry, Rubber, Manufacturing, Energy, Allied Industrial and Service Workers International Union, AFL-CIO, CLC, on behalf of Local #5852-22, (hereinafter referred to as the "Union") for the Company's facility in Munhall, PA. The parties enter into this Agreement for the purpose of establishing wages, hours and other terms and conditions of employment for bargaining unit employees of this facility.

Collective Bargaining Agreement (March 6th, 2018)
Synalloy Corporation – COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT Between (March 14th, 2017)

This Agreement effective October 1, 2013 is entered into between Marcegaglia USA, Inc. (hereinafter referred to as the "Company") and the United Steel, Paper and Forestry, Rubber, Manufacturing, Energy, Allied Industrial and Service Workers International Union, AFL-CIO, CLC, on behalf of Local #5852-22, (hereinafter referred to as the "Union") for the Company's facility in Munhall, PA. The parties enter into this Agreement for the purpose of establishing wages, hours and other terms and conditions of employment for bargaining unit employees of this facility.

Vii EXHIBITS Exhibit A-1 - Form of Revolving Credit Note Exhibit A-2 - Form of Swingline Note Exhibit A-3 - Form of Non-Us Revolving Credit Note Exhibit B - Form of Notice of Borrowing Exhibit C - Form of Notice of Account Designation Exhibit D - Form of Notice of Prepayment Exhibit E - Form of Notice of Conversion/Continuation Exhibit F - Form of Officer's Compliance Certificate Exhibit G - Form of Assignment and Assumption Exhibit H-1 - Form of U.S. Tax Compliance Certificate (Non-Partnership Foreign Lenders) Exhibit H-2 - Form of U.S. Tax Compliance Certificate (Non-Partnership Foreign Part (February 2nd, 2016)
Ford Motor Company – UAW-Ford Collective Bargaining Agreement Part of the Foundation for an Even Stronger Business in Years Ahead (November 30th, 2015)

New agreement secures $9 billion of investments in Ford's U.S. plants and creates or secures 8,500 U.S. hourly jobs at Ford's U.S. manufacturing facilities; provides work force with base pay increases, bonuses and other benefits

Fairpoint, Ibew, and Cwa Reach Tentative Agreements (February 19th, 2015)

Washington, D.C. (February 19, 2015) - FairPoint Communications, Inc. (Nasdaq: FRP); System Council T-9 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (AFL-CIO) Locals 2320, 2326, and 2327; and the Communications Workers of America (AFL-CIO) Local 1400 are pleased to announce that today they have reached tentative agreements on the terms for new collective bargaining agreements.

Section Acquisition Proposal 10.1 Action 3.13 Adverse Recommendation Change 5.2(c) Agreement Preamble Antitrust Laws 6.5(c) Assignee 9.5(a) Bankruptcy and Equity Exception 3.2(a) Book-Entry Share 2.2(b) Capitalization Date 3.5(a) Certificate of Merger 1.2 Certificate 2.2(b) Closing 1.3 Closing Date 1.3 Code 2.4(g) Collective Bargaining Agreements 3.18(a) Company Preamble Company Board of Directors Recitals Company Charter 3.1(c) Company Charter Documents 3.1(c) Company Common Stock 2.1 Company Disclosure Letter Section 3 Company Equity Plan 2.4(b) Company Financial Advisor 3.24 Company Financi (February 6th, 2015)

THIS AGREEMENT AND PLAN OF MERGER (this Agreement) dated as of February 5, 2015, is among Pfizer Inc. (Parent), a Delaware corporation, Perkins Holding Company (Sub), a Delaware corporation and a wholly owned subsidiary of Parent, and Hospira, Inc. (the Company), a Delaware corporation.

Parties to Agreement (September 4th, 2014)

This Agreement is entered into between Air Methods Corporation hereinafter called the "Company" and the Office and Professional Employees International Union, and its Local 109, hereinafter jointly called the "Union" or the "OPEIU."

COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT BETWEEN INTERNATIONAL UNION OF OPERATING ENGINEERS, LOCAL 68, 68A, 68B AND TECOGEN, INC. TERM OF AGREEMENT January 1, 2014 - December 31, 2016 (June 27th, 2014)

Agreement made this 1st day of January 2014 between the International Union of Operating Engineers, Local 68, 68A, 68B, AFL-CIO ("Union") and Tecogen, Inc., ("Employer" or "the Company").

COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT BETWEEN INTERNATIONAL UNION OF OPERATING ENGINEERS, LOCAL 68, 68A, 68B AND TECOGEN, INC. TERM OF AGREEMENT January 1, 2014 - December 31, 2016 (June 20th, 2014)

Agreement made this 1st day of January 2014 between the International Union of Operating Engineers, Local 68, 68A, 68B, AFL-CIO ("Union") and Tecogen, Inc., ("Employer" or "the Company").

Jos A Bank Clothiers Inc – COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT BETWEEN LOCAL 340, NEW YORK NEW JERSEY REGIONAL JOINT BOARD, WORKERS UNITED and JOS. A. BANK CLOTHIERS, INC. JUNE 1, 2013 - APRIL 30, 2016 (April 2nd, 2014)

THIS AGREEMENT made as of the 1st day of June, 2013 by and between Local 340, New York New Jersey Regional Joint Board, Workers United, hereinafter referred to as the "UNION" for and on behalf of the employees covered by this Agreement and Jos. A. Bank Clothiers, Inc., hereinafter referred to as the "EMPLOYER."

COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT BETWEEN INTERNATIONAL UNION OF OPERATING ENGINEERS, LOCAL 68, 68A, 68B AND TECOGEN, INC. TERM OF AGREEMENT January 1, 2014 - December 31, 2016 (March 31st, 2014)

Agreement made this 1st day of January 2014 between the International Union of Operating Engineers, Local 68, 68A, 68B, AFL-CIO ("Union") and Tecogen, Inc., ("Employer" or "the Company").

Nevada Power Co – Collective Bargaining Agreement (November 7th, 2013)

This Agreement, made and entered into as of September 24, 2013, by and between NV Energy, a corporation, hereinafter referred to as the Company, and Local Union No. 396 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, an affiliate of the A.F.L./C.I.O., hereinafter referred to as the Union.

Ms. Lespine May Also Benefit, for 2013 and the Subsequent Years, of a Variable Remuneration, the Calculation and Payment of Such Remuneration Being Specified Every Year. For 2013 the Target Variable Remuneration Is 30% of Her Gross Annual Base Salary. The Parties Hereby Agree That Said Bonus Which Ms. Lespine May Receive for 2013 and the Subsequent Years, Shall Be in Lieu of the Annual Management Bonus Paid to Ms. Lespine Until 2008. Madame Lespine Pourra Par Ailleurs Beneficier Dune Remuneration Variable a Compter De 2013 Dont Les Modalites De Calcul Et De Paiement Seront Fixees Chaque Annee. (November 6th, 2013)
EMPLOYEE MATTERS AGREEMENT by and Between Dean Foods Company the WhiteWave Foods Company and WWF Operating Company Dated as of , 2012 (October 19th, 2012)

This Employee Matters Agreement (this Agreement) dated as of , 2012, is made and entered by and among Dean Foods Company, a Delaware Corporation (Dean Foods), The WhiteWave Foods Company, a Delaware corporation and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Dean Foods (WhiteWave) and WWF Operating Company, a Delaware corporation and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Dean Foods (WWF Operating Company and together with WhiteWave, the WhiteWave Companies).

EMPLOYEE MATTERS AGREEMENT by and Between Dean Foods Company the WhiteWave Foods Company and WWF Operating Company Dated as of , 2012 (October 11th, 2012)

This Employee Matters Agreement (this Agreement) dated as of , 2012, is made and entered by and among Dean Foods Company, a Delaware Corporation (Dean Foods), The WhiteWave Foods Company, a Delaware corporation and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Dean Foods (WhiteWave) and WWF Operating Company, a Delaware corporation and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Dean Foods (WWF Operating Company and together with WhiteWave, the WhiteWave Companies).

Collective Bargaining Agreement (October 10th, 2012)
Parties to Agreement (December 21st, 2011)

This Agreement is entered into between Air Methods Corporation, hereinafter called the "Company" and the Office and Professional Employees International Union, and its Local 109, hereinafter jointly called the "Union" or the "OPEIU."

PURCHASE AGREEMENT Among TELEFLEX INCORPORATED, AAR INTERNATIONAL, INC. And AAR CORP. (Solely for Purposes of Article IX) Dated as of October 20, 2011 (October 25th, 2011)

THIS PURCHASE AGREEMENT (this Agreement) is made and entered into as of the 20th day of October 2011 by and among Teleflex Incorporated, a Delaware corporation (Seller), AAR International, Inc., an Illinois corporation (Buyer) and, solely for purposes of Article IX, AAR CORP., a Delaware corporation.

Republic Airways Holdings – Frontier Airlines Flight Attendants Agree on Terms for Collective Bargaining Agreement Terms for $16-Million Restructuring Contribution Also Established (August 3rd, 2011)

Denver, CO, August 2, 2011 - Frontier Airlines today announced that the Company and the Association of Flight Attendants - CWA (AFA-CWA) have agreed on the terms to be incorporated into a collective bargaining agreement between the Company and its nearly 1,000 flight attendants.

COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT BETWEEN BLUESTEM FULFILLMENT, INC. LOCATED IN ST. CLOUD IN THE STATE OF MINNESOTA AND CHICAGO & MIDWEST REGIONAL JOINT BOARD, AN AFFILIATE OF WORKERS UNITED/SEIU April 1, 2011 March 31, 2014 (April 21st, 2011)

THIS AGREEMENT made and entered into by and between Bluestem Fulfillment, Inc. (FFI) located in St. Cloud MN, hereinafter referred to as Employer, Company, or Management, by the undersigned duly authorized representative and the Chicago & Midwest Regional Joint Board, an affiliate of Workers United/SEIU, hereinafter referred to as the Union, by its undersigned duly authorized officials.

Oceanfreight Inc – Date of Agreement 15th June 2010 Vessel's Name: MV MONTECRISTO THE BALTIC AND INTERNATIONAL MARITIME COUNSEL (BIMCO) STANDARD SHIP MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT CODE NAME: "SHIPMAN 98" Part I Owners (Name, Place of Registered Office and Law of Registry) (Cl. 1) Managers (Name, Place of Registered Office and Law of Registry) (Cl. 1) Name OCEANPOWER OWNERS INC. Name TMS DRY LTD. Place of Registered Office Trust Company Complex, Ajeltake Road, Ajeltake Island, Majuro, Marshall Islands, MH 96960 Place of Registered Office Trust Company Complex, Ajeltake Road, Ajeltake Island, Majuro, Marshall Islands, MH 9 (April 14th, 2011)

This document is a computer generated SHIPMAN 98 form printed by authority of BIMCO. Any insertion or deletion to the form must be clearly visible. In the event of any modification made to the pre-printed text of this document which is not clearly visible, the text of the original BIMCO approved document shall apply. BIMCO assumes no responsibility for any loss, damage or expense as a result of discrepancies between the original BIMCO approved document and this computer generated document.

Pioneer Power Solutions, Inc. – Collective Bargaining Agreement Nexus Magneticos Mexico S. De R.L. De C.V (March 31st, 2011)

COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT SIGNED BY AND BETWEEN NEXUS MAGNETICOS DE MEXICO, S. DE R.L. DE C.V. AND SINDICATO INDUSTRIAL AUTONOMO DE OPERARIOS EN GENERAL DE MAQUILADORAS DE REYNOSA, C.T.M. (UNION OF INDEPENDENT INDUSTRIAL OPERATORS IN REYNOSA MAQUILADORAS, C.T.M.)

SuperMedia – Code of CONDUCT Home of the Good Guys Table of Contents 3 4 4 4 5 6 6 6 7 7 8 8 8 9 9 9 10 10 10 10 11 11 12 12 12 13 13 13 13 14 14 14 15 15 15 15 15 16 16 16 17 17 17 17 17 18 18 19 19 20 20 21 21 21 22 23 23 24 24 Our Values ........... ............................................................................... ................................................... Chapter 1 Introduction .... ............................................................................... ............................... . 1.1 Understanding and Complying With the Code ............................................ (February 24th, 2011)
Collective Bargaining Agreement (May 10th, 2010)
Greektown Superholdings, Inc. – Collective Bargaining Agreement Between Greektown Casino, LLC and Casino Hotel Industry Police (CHIP) Amalgamated Local #1227 the International Union, Security Police Fire Professionals of America (SPFPA) JUNE 13, 2008-June 13, 2012 (March 31st, 2010)

This Agreement is entered into by and between Greektown Casino, LLC., dba Greektown Casino (Referred to as Greektown Casino or the Company or Employer) and the INTERNATIONAL UNION, SECURITY, POLICE, FIRE PROFESSIONALS OF AMERICA (IUSPFPA), and its Amalgamated Local #1227 (hereinafter referred to as the Union). Except as otherwise expressly provided herein, the provisions of this Agreement shall be effective upon execution by the parties.

Synalloy Corporation – This Agreement Dated February 16, 2009 Is Entered Into By, Between, and Limited Solely to Bristol Piping Systems, (Employer) and the United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Industry of the United States and Canada Local Union No. 538 (Local Union 538). All Provisions of This Agreement Shall Remain in Full Force and Effect Through February 16, 2014 and at Midnight on Said Date This Contract Shall Expire. WHEREAS, the Employer Agrees That During the Period of This Collective Bargaining Agreement That Those Employees Within the Bargaining Unit of Local Un (March 22nd, 2010)

The management of the Employer's business, including, but not limited to, the direction of the working force, the right to hire, to plan, direct, control and schedule all operations (including the scheduling of the work force), the right to establish quality standards or facilities is the sole and exclusive prerogative and responsibility of the Employer as is the right to make and enforce rules of operation and conduct. Except as expressly limited in this Agreement, nothing contained herein shall be deemed to limit the Employer in any way in this exercise of the regular and customary functions of management.

Tropicana Entertainment Inc. – COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT BETWEEN INTERNATIONAL UNION OF OPERATING ENGINEERS LOCAL 68-68a-68b, AFL-CIO AND TROPICANA CASINO AND RESORT Site: Atlantic City, NJ MAY 1, 2006 APRIL 30, 2011 (March 11th, 2010)

AGREEMENT made and entered into , by and between TROPICANA CASINO AND RESORT , Iowa Avenue and Boardwalk, Atlantic City, New Jersey, hereinafter referred to as Employer, Casino, or Hotel, and INTERNATIONAL UNION OF OPERATING ENGINEERS, LOCAL 68-68A-68B, AFL-CIO, 11 Fairfield Place, West Caldwell, New Jersey, hereinafter referred to as the Union.

Freedom Group, Inc. – COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT Between REMINGTON ARMS COMPANY, INC lLION, NEW YORK and INTERNATIONAL UNION, UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AMERICA (October 21st, 2009)

This agreement supersedes the collective bargaining agreements previously executed by the parties. There shall be no prior practices and customs observed at the Ilion Plant, unless identified in Appendix C. All previous agreements not contained in this agreement, will be superseded by this Agreement and to remain in effect must be signed and dated on or after the effective date of this Agreement.

DYNEGY MIDWEST GENERATION, INC. 401(k) SAVINGS PLAN FOR EMPLOYEES COVERED UNDER a COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT (February 26th, 2009)
Consolidated Edison – Subject to the Following Amendments and Clarifications: Clarified on May 2, 2002; Amended December 13, 2001; Amended April 2003 in Accordance With IRS Issuance of Favorable Determination Letter; Amended August 2004 for 2004 Agreement Between Local Union 503 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, AFL0-CIO and O&R; Amended August 2004 for 0&R Management Employees Changes Concurrent With O&R Hourly Employees; Amended August 2004 for the 2004-2008 Collective Bargaining Agreement Between Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc and Local 1-2 of the Utility Workers Union o (February 23rd, 2009)

Effective August 1, 1975, Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc. (CECONY) adopted The Consolidated Edison Pension and Benefits Plan (the Weekly Plan) to provide retirement benefits to its collectively bargained employees and their eligible surviving spouses. Effective January 1, 1983, CECONY adopted The Consolidated Edison Retirement Plan for Management Employees (the Management Plan), for employees on the management payroll of CECONY on or after December 31, 1982, to management employees who retired prior to that date and to eligible surviving spouses of such management employees. Effective January 1, 1998, Consolidated Edison, Inc. (CEI), a holding company, was formed, and CECONY became its wholly-owned subsidiary. In July 1999, CEI acquired Orange and Rockland Utilities, Inc. (O&R), which became a wholly-owned subsidiary of CEI.

Nevada Power Co – Collective Bargaining Agreement NV Energy 6226 W Sahara Ave Las Vegas, NV 89151-0001 Effective 02/01/2008 - 02/01/2011 IBEW Local 396 3520 Boulder Highway Las Vegas, NV 89121 (February 23rd, 2009)
Seventh Amendment to the Dynegy Midwest Generation, Inc. Retirement Income Plan for Employees Covered Under a Collective Bargaining Agreement (May 8th, 2008)

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, this Seventh Amendment has been executed by the duly designated officer and is effective as of the dates set forth hereinabove.

NINTH AMENDMENT TO THE DYNEGY MIDWEST GENERATION, INC. 401(k) SAVINGS PLAN FOR EMPLOYEES COVERED UNDER a COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT (May 8th, 2008)

Any loan shall be considered to come, first, from the Participants After-Tax Account, second, from the Employee After-Tax Rollover Subaccount of his Rollover Contribution Account, third, from the Employee Rollover Subaccount of his Rollover Contribution Account, fourth, from his Class Settlement Account, and fifth, from the remainder of his Accounts on a pro rata basis.