UAW Region 9
Region 9 covers western and central New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, excluding the counties of Franklin, Cumberland, Adams and York.
Region 9 members work in automotive, aerospace and steel industries, and include members at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. Members make doors, quarter panels, hoods, fenders and other stamped parts for Ford F-150, 250 and 350 trucks, Flex, Edge, Focus, Econoline vehicles, and for Lincoln MKX and MKTs. Members also build the V-22 Osprey troop transport helicopter and the Chinook medium-lift helicopter at the Boeing facility in Philadelphia.
35 George Karl Blvd., Suite 100
Amherst, NY 14221
TEL: (716) 632-1540
FAX: (716) 632-1797
Sub Regional Offices:
550 State Road, Unit #107
Bensalem, PA 19020
TEL: (215) 591-0830
FAX: (215) 591-0830
112 Hollywood Ave., Suite 200
Butler, PA 16001
TEL: (724) 256-5422
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Buffalo, N.Y. — Jeff Binz was elected UAW Region 9 director today at a 2018 UAW Region 9 Special Convention, in Buffalo, New York, to fill the remaining term of former director Terry Dittes, who was elected as a UAW Vice President in January 2018. As director, Binz serves on the UAW International Executive Board.
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