Loomis Fargo & Co. ATM Drivers End Strike

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The union that represents Loomis Fargo, & Co. armored car drivers that replenish mid-Atlantic ATMs ended its nine-day strike with an agreement on a new contract.

Details of the pact with the Security, Police and Fire Professionals of America, were not disclosed, but the two sides had been at impasse on health care costs and new rules requiring two-person crews on the company's 28 daily routes in the area.

The union represents about 60 drivers in the company's New Jersey headquarters which is responsible for replenishing cash in more than 2,000 ATMs in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware, and also makes trips to Atlantic City casinos and New Jersey and Delaware racetracks.

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