Territories

The IAM's nearly 600,000 active and retired members can be found in all 50 states in the U.S. and 10 provinces and three territories of Canada.

Our union is organized into seven territories to better serve our members. Geography defines five of those territories. Transportation covers a series of related industries. Headquarters combines administrative functions with recently merged or affiliated districts and lodges.

Click here to view a map of territory locations including IAM Headquarters and William W. Winpisinger Education and Technology Center.

Kansas City Syncreon Workers Join IAM, Ratify First Contract

Tue. May 24, 2016

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About 145 workers of Syncreon.US, a subcontractor of Harley-Davidson, have become the newest members of IAM Local 176 in Kansas City, MO.

Machinists Join 10K Union Members in March to IL State Capitol

Tue. May 24, 2016

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Dozens of Machinists from across the state of Illinois, led by IAM Midwest Territory General Vice President Philip J. Gruber, joined thousands in Springfield, IL to protest Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner’s anti-working family agenda.

Hillary Clinton to Obama Administration: Deny NAI!

Fri. May 20, 2016

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Hillary Clinton's campaign issued the following statement on the Department of Transportation's ill-conceived decision that would grant Norwegian Air International (NAI) access to the US aviation market:

"Workers in the U.S. airline industry deserve rules of the road that support a strong workforce with high labor standards -- not attempts by airlines to flout labor standards and outsource good-paying jobs. That's why our Open Skies Agreement with Europe explicitly calls for the maintenance of high labor standards to guide the parties in its implementation. Hillary Clinton urges the Obama Administration against moving forward with final approval of Norwegian Air International's application. Too many questions have been raised about NAI's practices and plans."

Please click the linkto send a letter to your US Representative, demanding support for H.R.5090, which would reverse the DOT's job-killing decision: http://www.congressweb.com/GOIAM/112

Click the link for more info on #DenyNAI: http://ttd.org/denynai/

Machinists' Statement on EgyptAir 804

Fri. May 20, 2016

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IAM General Vice President Sito Pantoja today issued the following statement in the wake of the disappearance of EgyptAir Flight 804:

"Although the facts about what exactly happened to EgyptAir 804 are unclear at this point, it is obvious the aviation community has suffered another tragedy. The more than 600,000 members of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers send our love, thoughts and prayers to the families of the 66 passengers and crew members of EgyptAir Flight 804. This tragedy half-way around the world resonates in the hearts of IAM members everywhere."

Machinists' Statement on EgyptAir 804

Thu. May 19, 2016

IAM General Vice President Sito Pantoja today issued the following statement in the wake of the disappearance of EgyptAir Flight 804:

IAM Local 701 Master Auto Technicians to Compete in S. Korea, Japan

Mon. May 16, 2016

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Two IAM Automobile Mechanics Local 701 members will be traveling to South Korea and Japan to represent the United States and North America in global Master Technician competitions for Kia and Mazda.

Machinists Picket White House to Demand Denial of Norwegian Airline’s Job-Slashing Scheme

Fri. May 13, 2016

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IAM Transportation General Vice President Sito Pantoja speaks to a crowd of hundreds of airline workers at a rally to deny low-cost carrier Norwegian Air International (NAI) access to the U.S. aviation market.

Middle class jobs in the U.S. airline industry are in jeopardy, IAM Transportation General Vice President Sito Pantoja told Machinists Union members and hundreds of other airline workers at a rally outside the White House Thursday.

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