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The Salem plant employs about 750 people. The last contract was signed in 2010 and was also a four-year contract. “This is another important contract that should be beneficial to all parties,” Murakami said. “The negotiations went smoothly, both sides were professional and cordial throughout the negotiations, and we feel good about the outcome.” FULLERTON, CA (June 16, 2014) – Yokohama Tire Manufacturing Virginia, LLC (YTMV) has signed a new four-year contract with United Steelworkers (ETC) Local 1023, according to Tetsuro “Tex” Murakami, president of YTMV, based in Salem, Virginia. Yokohama is a strong supporter of tire maintenance and safety guidelines issued by the Rubber Manufacturers Association and the National Highway Transportation and Safety Administration. Details can be found in the “Tire Maintenance – Safety” section under www.yokohamatire.com. Connect with Yokohama Tire Corporation: www.facebook.com/yokohamatirecorpwww.twitter.com/yokohamatcYokohama YouTube Channelwww.instagram.com/yokohamatire “Both sides have worked hard to get a contract that is fair and fair to all parties involved,” Murakami said, “and this underscores positive cooperation between the two parties.” Yokohama Tire Manufacturing Virginia, LLC is a wholly indirect subsidiary of Yokohama Tire Corporation, the North American production and marketing division of Tokyo, Japan, The Yokohama Rubber Co., Ltd., a global high-end tire production and distribution company since 1917. Yokohama Tire Corporation is the leader in technology and innovation and has an extensive distribution network in the United States. The company`s full product range includes tyres for high-performance mining and construction applications, small trucks, passenger cars, commercial vehicles and buses. For more information on Yokohama`s wide range of products, see www.yokohamatire.com.