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Automotive: The UAW represents skilled trades, production workers and salaried workers at General Motors, Ford and Fiat Chrysler.
Workers at Mitsubishi Motors North America (MMNA) also belong to the UAW.
In addition, the union has a major presence in the automotive parts industry, including such firms as Lear, Johnson Controls, Dana, American Axle, JCIM, IAC, Federal-Mogul and numerous tool-and-die firms and suppliers.
Aerospace and Defense: In the aerospace and defense industry, the UAW represents workers at such major firms as General Dynamics, Boeing, Lockheed-Martin, Honeywell, Raytheon, General Electric, Bell Helicopter, Colt and others.
Heavy Trucks: The UAW represents skilled trades, production and salaried workers at four leading manufacturers of medium and heavy trucks: Freightliner, Mack, Navistar International and Volvo North America.
Farm and Heavy Equipment: The UAW represents workers at several of the world’s leading manufacturers of farm and heavy construction equipment, Deere & Co., Caterpillar and CNH Industrial.
Other Manufacturing: The UAW represents workers in a wide range of industries, including household appliances, brewing, lawn and garden equipment, tools and hardware, firearms, boats, modular housing, toys, musical instruments, pharmaceuticals and food processing.
Among the well known consumer products made by UAW members are Kohler bathroom fixtures, Lennox home furnaces and air conditioners, MillerCoors beers, Colt firearms, Master Lock locks, Land O' Lakes butter, Folger's coffee and Planter's nuts.
Technical, Office and Professional (TOP): The UAW represents a large and growing number of technical, office and professional (TOP) workers at manufacturing companies as well as in the public sector, health care, schools and universities, telecommunications and news media. The UAW's TOP members work in a wide range of occupations, including gaming, draftsmen, industrial designers, engineers, computer specialists, health care professionals, child care professionals, social service workers, journalists and writers, curators and librarians, academic workers and state and local government employees.