Production will finally resume at General Motors’ Delta Township assembly plant near Lansing in Michigan after workers first went on strike on April 17. The plant is responsible for the Buick Enclave (pictured), GMC Acadia and Saturn Outlook crossovers and employs about 3,300 union workers from UAW Local 602.

Members yesterday ratified a contract agreement that was reached between the local union and GM on Thursday, reports Automotive News. According to UAW Local 602 President Doug Rademacher, 74% of workers voted in favor of the contract, which lays out rules concerning job security, the scope of our job duties and workplace practices.

Earlier this month GM resumed production at five plants that had been affected by an 11-week strike at its supplier American Axle. The sites included the Oshawa plant in Ontario, responsible for the Chevrolet Impala and Silverado as well as the GMC Sierra, the Ramos Arizpe plant in Mexico, which builds the HHR wagon, and the Wentzville, Missouri, site that is responsible for the Chevrolet Express and GMC Savana vans.