A standoff between General Motors and contracted vehicle hauling company Allied has risen to new heights, with GM suing the company for holding over 1,700 vehicles from distribution. That includes several Chevy Silverados and Camaros, some of which have already been purchased by consumers and are worth roughly $47 million in total.
Apperantly, the whole dispute is stemming from when the Teamsters union told Allied that it wasn’t going to accept wage concessions. Allied then sought to charge General Motors 15 percent more the going rate. GM refused, and Allied then refused to transport vehicles.
Source: The Detroit News