HAGERSTOWN, MD — The United Auto Workers (UAW) union on Wednesday said about 3,900 members representing Volvo Group (VOLVb.ST)-owned Mack Trucks ratified a new five-year contract in the U.S., ending a 39-day long strike following the rejection of an earlier deal.

Reuters reports the UAW and Mack Trucks had reached a tentative deal in October that included a 19% pay raise, but union workers overwhelmingly rejected it and went on a strike.

In Hagerstown, the United Auto Workers Local 171 reported Wednesday that the strike line was down as of 8 p.m. and clean up was set to begin today.