FARGO -- Workers at the CNH Industrial America plant in Fargo, which produces Case IH and New Holland brands, have overwhelmingly approved a new six-year contract with the company.

That’s according to Shannon Stucker, grand lodge representative for Local 2525 of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace workers.

Stucker, who negotiated the new contract on behalf of the union, said the local union has about 430 members.

He said the weekend vote was overwhelmingly in favor of the new contract, which he said provides for pay increases and a good benefits package, including retirement benefits.

The previous contract expired over the weekend.