Transportation Communications International Union (TCIU)
1899, USA, as 'Order of the Railroad Clerks of America'. Name changed to 'Brotherhood of Railway Clerks'. 1919, name changed to 'Brotherhood of Railway and Steamship Clerks, Freight Handlers, Express and Station Employees'. 1967, name expanded to 'Brotherhood of Railway, Airline, Steamship Clerks, Freight Handlers, Express and Station Employees (BRAC)'. Absorbed: 1969, (US) Transportation Communications Employees Union, founded Jun 1886, Cedar Rapids IA (USA); 1969, U-XJ6815 - Railway Patrolmen's International Union; 1972, Red Cap and Sky Cap members of U-XJ6817 - United Transport Services Employees Union (UTSE); 1978, 'Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters' founded 1925; 1980, 'American Railway and Airway Supervisors Association (ARASA)' founded 1934; 1983, 'Western Railway Supervisors Association' founded 1967; 1986, 'Brotherhood Railway Carmen of America' founded 1890, Topeka KS (USA). Present name adopted 1987. In 2005, established affiliation with G-XG1468 - International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM) and expects merger to be completed by 2012.
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