Boeing unions skeptical of realignment
Jun 03, 2013 | 06:23 PM
| Frank Haflich
LOS ANGELES Boeing Co.s major white- and blue-collar unions have both greeted the companys realignment of its commercial aircraft engineering operations with wariness.
Chicago-based Boeing said last week that its Boeing Commercial Airplanes subsidiary is establishing separate centers for engineering design in Washingtons Puget Sound area, southern California and South Carolina (amm.com, May 31). These centers will compete for future design work on Boeing programs, as well as the job of performing the production work at those locations, according to a company spokesman. ....
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