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MGP, union, ratify agreement

(KAIR)--An agreement is reached between an Atchison-based company and its union employees.

According to a news release issued by MGP Ingredients, Local 74D of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union Thursday ratified a five-year collective bargaining unit agreement with the company.

The release says the agreement, which covers union employees at MGP’s Atchison facility, will take effect on September 16 and extends thorugh August 31, 2024.

MGP Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer, Dave Rindom, said in the release that the company is pleased with the outcome of the vote by members of the union local, calling the company’s relationship with the union employees “an important factor in MGP’s success.”

The release notes that the previous labor contract between the two sides had been in effect since April 16, 2014.

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