(GREENVILLE, Texas)–On Friday, Nov. 7,
Teamsters distributed leaflets at a Cytec Aerospace job fair to educate the community about Cytec’s destructive behavior.

Since August 24, Cytec has locked out more than 200 skilled local workers without pay after the
workers protested Cytec’s plans to freeze their pensions, significantly increase their health care costs, and cut retiree health care for new hires. Cytec also stopped paying workers’ family health care premiums.

In Greenville, Cytec’s employees –many of whom are military veterans and women–are highly trained
to work with toxic chemicals. On Friday, Oct. 31, with unskilled replacement workers running the plant,
a volatile heat reaction erupted after Cytec was unable to control the chemical manufacturing process.