Thread regarding Honeywell International Inc. layoffs

Minneapolis, Minnesota rumors

This site used to be more accurate. Like 90 to 95% accuracy. Now the information is less accurate. It’s now 45 to 50% accurate.

So they must have weeded out all the old timers, which actually have valuable information.

Let’s see if there’s anyone that really has any real information left.

I’ve been hearing. Honeywell plans on moving the Minneapolis location. I can never get an answer on this. The three rumors I’ve been hearing. One they’re going to locate Plymouth into Minneapolis Minnesota location. They will be moving RLG to another location. Other than Minnesota. In order to make room for Plymouth.

The other rumor is by this June. There moving the whole facility to another location. Which of course is not located in Minnesota.

The third rumor. This will all take place at the end of our contract. Which ends January 31, 2022.

The old days. When this forum was actually had useful information. Someone would know the information. Not anymore.

Otherwise I’ll just wait until the end of contract. In order to find out what’s true or not. Better yet! I think I’m just gonna start actively looking for a new job. Best job market I’ve ever seen.

I’m not just gonna take any job just to get out. I’m gonna be selective. I guarantee I’ll find a better job with better benefits.

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I have had access to bill rates by site for years. I can tell you that Plymouth, Minneapolis, Redmond and Torrance have the highest rates in Areo and Aero has the highest rates in the corporation. The good: your hours are worth more to the company. The bad: you cost more than anyone else. They obviously choose lower cost. Examples: Atlanta, Charlotte Puerto Rico. Generally speaking, a higher cost site is more likely to close.

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Post ID: @blb+1eVH7rrZ

Redmond also has toxic stuff in the ground. But still shutting down most commercial. Never said never. If it generates cash or reduce cost to meet wall street number, it will happen, regardless of impact to loss of experienced engineers as we are just a number to be replaced with another lower cost number. But we all know that already

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Post ID: @kwk+1eVH7rrZ

Torrance isn't closed yet because it's a superfund site. If you site has contamination issues, it's a problem for DA to close.

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Post ID: @iso+1eVH7rrZ

There are still Honeywell employees in Minnesota? Don't let DA know about it.

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Post ID: @oiy+1eVH7rrZ

The plymouth and the redmond dses plant are protected. They would LOVE to get rid of them but found no solution. Maybe intel will buy it and move both businesses to ohio or phoenix at their new fab plants. They could move the remnants of other orphaned businesses out of minneapolis.. that i would believe.

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Post ID: @vmv+1eVH7rrZ

They are not done with transitions. Anyone who thinks they can't move a site doesn't get it. Can be a roof top closure or a site divested to a 3rd party.

They sold the Tempe 1207 building and land which was an absolute dump.

Couldn't touch Torrance because it's too big. Except the first phase is well underway moving work to Mexicali. Yep, this is the first phase.

Can't say is up with Minneapolis but something certainly is.

Doubt anyone that knows anything would post it. They keep the NDA list to a very small group.

If I was on an NDA I wouldn't say anything.

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Post ID: @zrf+1eVH7rrZ

I believe any rumor which says that they are moving Plymouth, MN to another site is completely false. It has semi-conductor wafer fabrication hardware that cannot easily be moved. Honeywell would never spend the money to try and move it. After the Honeywell-Allied Signal merger they tried to get rid of that business but the government wouldn't let them. It is listed as a national asset. Plymouth is the only site in the country that provides what they do to military and space applications. A better rumor would be that they are moving the regular Honeywell assets/people to Minneapolis and selling the Plymouth semi-conductor business.

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Post ID: @ywr+1eVH7rrZ

What a load of cr-p
the MSP location has environmental issues... Can't easily get rid of it....
As for the rest... Phoenix is looking good for Aero. But those are not rumors just speculation by bored people trying to stir up Aero... Could be those HCE types

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