Thread regarding Collins Aerospace layoffs

Collins Westminster California

Collins Westminster moving to Tijuana, Mexico in 2023, announced last Friday in a press conference

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Read the news Raytheon‘s been very clear as to their business strategy, Collins has a headcount of 68,000 employees, by the end of 2022 60,000 will be cut. What do they need to do put a billboard in front of their businesses, read the news.

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Post ID: @1Etlx+1enZFuTV

Legacy RTN are all DoD contracts. Can't out source them. Only US citizens who can get clearances.
Plus due to politics, it pays to have work sites in as many Congressional districts as possible.

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Post ID: @14bkv+1enZFuTV

BE Aerospace name is. no more, Raytheon eliminated it today RIP

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Post ID: @Svxw+1enZFuTV

They are reporting a closing date of August 1, 2022. Don’t know headcount loss but it’s going to be 100 to 125.

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Post ID: @zeyl+1enZFuTV

The CEO stated back in November that Collins would suffer a major blow to their business headcount as well as office space footprint. Pretty clear to me!

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Post ID: @4dpl+1enZFuTV

Site a reference that backs up your assertion. Nothing could be found when I searched.

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Post ID: @1doj+1enZFuTV

Why is everything that continues to happen always in the legacy UTC side and nothing happens to any of the legacy Raytheon sides? All the major cuts in workforce, plant closures and moving plants. It’s all been on the old UTC side. Legacy Raytheon hasn’t had anything remotely significant happen to any of their workforce. Why?

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