MILAN -- Fiat will resume output at all Italian car plants from 1200 GMT on Wednesday after a deal was reached to resolve an Italian truck drivers' dispute, the carmaker said.
The dispute had blocked production for nearly a month.
Fiat said earlier in May that the blockade of its factories -- in Melfi, Mirafiori, Cassino and Pomigliano -- was causing serious damage to the company.
Truck drivers were not striking against Fiat but against car transporter companies since April 26.
Under an arbitrated agreement struck on Tuesday, the truck drivers will be paid 7 percent more and offered a one-off payment of 3,000 euros.