The company announced layoffs on Friday, citing the COVID-19 pandemic.
“At the Winnipeg site, which produces components primarily for our commercial aircraft, we anticipate a reduction of approximately 400 positions, including voluntary and involuntary layoffs and normal attrition,” said a spokesperson for the company. ‘company. Said Jessica Kowal.
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Kowal added that the layoffs will take place in the “coming weeks”.
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“Boeing previously announced that we would adjust the size of our business to reflect new market realities through a combination of voluntary layoffs, natural turnover and involuntary layoffs, with larger reductions in the most exposed areas to the commercial aviation market as well as our corporate functions, “she said.
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