The four out of five locals of the Communications, Energy and Paperworks Union at Corner Brook Pulp and Paper have voted to accept the deal offered by Kruger.
The offer includes a 10 per cent pay cut among other things.
On Thursday, votes were conducted by the five other CEP unions, including the Local 242 papermakers union, the Local 96 electricians union and Local 57N and Local 58, which respectively represent office staff and security.
The electricians rejected the deal.
While the IAMAW announced the results of its voting moments after it was done, the CEP unions had all agreed not to make public how they voted until Local 64 finished.
Minutes after the vote came in Kruger issued a press releases stating they were pleased with the results.
It said the result enables "the Company to hold a second vote on the pension plan funding relief measures and to continue its assessment of the Mill’s viability. The new collective agreement will be effective immediately."
The revoting on the plan is expected to be completed by August 22.