I'd really like to know if Bombardier leadership has thrown in the towel and is just steering us towards the inevitable end? It feels like every couple of weeks we hear about another thing either being sold or closed for good. Serious question, how... — read more
Bombardier Inc (TSX: BBD.B) plans to cease production of its iconic Learjet aircraft later this year in an attempt to improve its bottom line. On Thursday, the Montreal-based business jet manufacturer also said it will eliminate 1,600 jobs in... — read more
Buckle up, everybody, Bombardier is about to cut 2500 jobs. Not that this is unexpected, but I admit I hoped the number would be smaller.
On February 6, 2019, the Corporation acquired the Global 7500 aircraft wing program operations and assets from Triumph Group Inc., for a nominal cash consideration. This transaction enabled the company to leverage its extensive technical expertise... — read more
Bombardier agrees to sell rail unit to Alstom in $8.2 billion deal FEBRUARY 17, 2020 Canada's Bombardier said on Monday it had agreed to sell its rail division to France's Alstom for an enterprise value of $8.2 billion, as it focuses more... — read more
Please share any info you may have on Bombardier Wichita layoffs... Thank you...
Please post updates on Bombardier Canada layoffs for May 2019
Concentrate on original Airbus manufacturing. The orphan has gone. Use the east Belfast site for Airbus legacy products and do not get involved in negotiations with some, as they will never coexist as true partners In the venture. They will try to... — read more
Any ideas on when we might find out some details on the planned 5,000 layoffs? It's really not fair for Bombardier to drop that kind of a bomb on us (pun not intended) and then leave us hanging for who knows how long. Any more info on what's in the... — read more
Anybody surprised that he bailed? Bombardier defends CEO's absence from special meeting following 5,000 layoffs Spokesman says the company did not 'hide' Alain Bellemare and that the CEO has a 'schedule that is very, very busy'... — read more
Bombardier is cutting 5,000 jobs over 18 months and selling company assets to save hundreds of millions of dollars. The so-called restructuring plan to get out of a massive debt hole comes despite the company reporting a near $150 million profit in... — read more
5000 jobs to be cut and Q400 program sold?? When are we going to get a break!
It's all over the news today - we'll see what happens. Eric Prud'homme: it is "five after midnight" for the plant over the next 12 months, putting at least half of the plant's 600 jobs on the line. Things may get out of control. Sad... — read more
Boeing, Bombardier needs cleared out from the top down excluding the practical skill base. Then start paying a living wage to adorned shirt and tie workers for having access to Boeing specifications and standards then claiming to be the next Sir Alan... — read more
Manufacturing aircraft can be complex. A quick fix to Alabama would circumvent tariffs, according to some. The alignment phase of any engineering manufacturing process is lengthy, not to mention the the regulatory requirements when relocating to... — read more
Bombardier claims the engine and the wings will save up to 20% fuel compared with the Airbus A320ceo and the Boeing 737NG; the CS300 is 6 tons lighter than the Airbus A319neo and nearly 8 tons lighter than the Boeing 737 MAX7, helping it to achieve... — read more
CS 500 V Boeing Directly. Bombardier accuses Trump administration of ‘egregious overreach. Are Bombardier being a little premature securing the CS500 title to tackle Boeing directly. This seems an erogenous Reach around, yanking Boeing chain and... — read more
Too many corners cut, process control panels, process monitoring / archiving. raw material control. Critical process functions, personnel qualified or not. Where are the audits. Just another few corrective actions to bluff over, job done. Where are... — read more
Bombardier alleging bullying by Boeing. Bombardier should know better. Boeing was the bread and butter for Northern Ireland, unfortunately bombardiers arrogance has eroded and brought the aviation manufacturing industry here into disrepute. Boeing... — read more
ExpressJet out. What will happen to Bombardier Macon Plant? Is this facility scheduled to close? https://www.grandlimousine.com/
Pay us back Bombardier, no more lies, layoffs, bonuses... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RJkYW7n17tE
Give me strength lol, this company wasted over $1bn on nothing more than a whim with a learjet nobody wanted or needed. It built Global whitetails in hope rather than actual sales which lead to a schedule decimation and expenditure outgoings that... — read more
Here is a thought. If you don't like how the company is run or the conditions, fill in a voluntary redundancy form and then find yourself a job that is better than the one you currently have. In reality what you will find is a minimum wage job... — read more
We've had layoffs that are postponed reinstated canceled back on postponed canceled 5 or 6 times in past 3 months. Parts from Mexico don't fit are poor quality outta tolerances interiors outta china and Romania garbage that doesn't fit doors won't... — read more
There is a rumor that Montreal might be hit big time in 2017. Is this something we should worry about right now or is it just one of dozens speculations floating around that predict doom and gloom? I've been around the block for a while and I know... — read more
Dear colleagues Here in Belfast we have at the time of this story roughly around 4000 employees, I will disregard the CLF at this juncture, out of those 4000 employees around 600 are managerial graded positions which equates to approxiametly 1... — read more
There seems to be a Common Theme from most of the posts I have read Bombardier Employees Feel Undervalued, Workforce Opinion falls on Deaf Ears, Constant Job Insecurity And the Relentless Push for More for Less is taking its toll on all the Workforce... — read more
The company line about engine supply is a smoke screen. The real problem is the supply of fuselage sections from China. The Chinese supplier is way out of its depth. They can't come close to supplying the numbers or , more worryingly the quality... — read more
I thought the wizard from P&W was brought in as the fixer, looks like he may yet be the closer. Hoping this time the shop floor Worker's will be left a lone. Maybe they will do away with the Corner Boy/ Bully Boy type management we have in Belfast... — read more
Not really the evolution of mobility, especially social mobility. Place is doomed. Corporate mobbing more important than working. Lot of people on power trips, for now. Sad really. Chickens always come home to roost though. I hope all the critical... — read more
The unite union senior Stewart's, are working more for the management and company theses days. Rather than the members that pay dues of nearly £15 a month to be represented and receive none. Time to Waken up guys.
They haven't revealed the numbers yet, nor other specifics, but Belfast is going to be hit hard. Good luck to all.
Many rumors are floating around - we'll see what happens and how things play out http://www.bbc.com/news/business-37728761
I'm a structural assembler currently at the core of the CSerie production at Plant 1 Good news, bad news as long as they talk about it...
Hello all - I landed here randomly and I see that folks are discussing Bombardier layoffs... Yep been there and done that as a contractor commissioning C377's at Derby, i guess as usual they have gone in cheap to get the contracts. Its about time... — read more
So Bombardier announce to the world that they yet again cant make c series production rate due to poor supply from the engine manufacturer. Another debacle indeed but it shows the complete lobotomised corporate slime thats running this charity case... — read more
I hope this doesn't effect any maintenance facilities. Macon, GA is too busy to layoff a single contractor right now.