so we make an acquisition and are now left with stock sales to pay off the debt? is this a good thing ? will leveraged synergies now be the focus between plants ? could this affect headcount ? should this keep me awake at night ?
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check yer facilities local job postings you peeples we hiring yes,
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It is official folks, the work is complete, how long has this construction been going on by the way ?? but Cubic expands Texas Manufacturing and Technology center , ooookaaaaay ...... now let’s conSider, the second-floor Build out will expand space By approximately 65 percent to accommodate more than 76 peoples , Now Where Th’gonna get all those Peoples , existing Stock or what, new. ? still, the cost of manufacturing per square Foot is Cheaper in Texas BY this Estimate , is this a good thing ? good for ol’Tex i guess ,, uh i need a drink, maybe take off early today ,
Well bub ? guess your weekend financial strategy didn’t pan out eh? Welcome back. Now get yourself to work.
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Typically, after the acquisition will come looking for “cost saving” opportunities. Yes, concerns would not be “unfounded”, young Skywalker. The low hanging fruit would be redundancies and overlapp and job functions that could be say, easily handed off or shared with another facility, handed off with minimal training. The big hitter? Cost per square foot to manufacture, and in my opinion, to hellbeith that i’m guessing st this point, that cost is much cheaper in redneck texas than it is in lovely California baby.