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    Carrier Corporation :

    I'm sure everyone has probably seen this, but it bears repeating. Basically, Carrier corp. is a company with 65 billion dollars in revenue, is packing up and moving to Mexico.




    http://www.ibj.com/articles/57162-ca...in-mexico-move

    "Carrier Corp. and UTEC are both units of Hartford, Connecticut-based United Technologies Corp., a Fortune 500 company with $65 billion in revenue."

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carrier_Corporation

    "In February 2016, Carrier announced it would be closing its Indianapolis manufacturing plant and relocating production to Monterrey, Mexico. HVAC Systems and Services North America president Chris Nelson stated "This move is intended to address the challenges we continue to face in a rapidly changing HVAC industry, with the continued migration of the HVAC industry to Mexico, including our suppliers and competitors, and ongoing cost and pricing pressures driven, in part, by new regulatory requirements, Relocating our operations to a region where we have existing infrastructure and a strong supplier base will allow us to operate more cost effectively so that we can continue to produce high-quality HVAC products that are competitively positioned while continuing to meet customer needs."


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    My interest is in the parent company UTC http://www.bga-aeroweb.com/United-Technologies-UTC.html basically it's a GIANT military contractor. UTC has an arm called Pratt & Whitney and they produce the engine to the largest failure in military aviation history the F-35.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lockhe...5_Lightning_II

    "The program is the most expensive military weapons system in history, and it has been the object of much criticism from those inside and outside government — in the US and in allied countries."

    "The development of new engines and improvements to current production engines present important growth opportunities. Pratt & Whitney is under contract with the U.S. Government's F-35 Joint Program Office to develop, produce and sustain the F135 engine, a derivative of Pratt & Whitney's F119 engine, to power the single-engineF-35 Lightning II aircraft being developed by Lockheed Martin."


    "At December 31, 2014, Pratt & Whitney's backlog was $50.2 billion, including $4.2 billion of U.S. Government-funded contracts and subcontracts. At December 31, 2013, these amounts were $38.5 billion and $3.6 billion, respectively. Of the total Pratt & Whitney backlog at December 31, 2014, approximately $8.6 billion is expected to be realized as sales in 2015."


    * Disclaimer:
    (I don't hate rich people, I simply like to know where they get their money, especially when they tell me it's done through hard work, and pulling themselves up by their boot straps, but then it turns out the it's from taxpayer subsidies.)
    Last edited by Talon; 05-02-2016, 11:02 AM. Reason: Disclaimer
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      #3
      solid thread
      ~" If you suck ass long enough, pretty soon you start choking on shit."~

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        Originally posted by Talon View Post
        I'm sure everyone has probably seen this, but it bears repeating. Basically, Carrier corp. is a company with 65 billion dollars in revenue, is packing up and moving to Mexico.




        http://www.ibj.com/articles/57162-ca...in-mexico-move

        "Carrier Corp. and UTEC are both units of Hartford, Connecticut-based United Technologies Corp., a Fortune 500 company with $65 billion in revenue."

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carrier_Corporation

        "In February 2016, Carrier announced it would be closing its Indianapolis manufacturing plant and relocating production to Monterrey, Mexico. HVAC Systems and Services North America president Chris Nelson stated "This move is intended to address the challenges we continue to face in a rapidly changing HVAC industry, with the continued migration of the HVAC industry to Mexico, including our suppliers and competitors, and ongoing cost and pricing pressures driven, in part, by new regulatory requirements, Relocating our operations to a region where we have existing infrastructure and a strong supplier base will allow us to operate more cost effectively so that we can continue to produce high-quality HVAC products that are competitively positioned while continuing to meet customer needs."

        LOL give it a few years, Americans will be trying to climb the giant Trump Wall to get into Mexico to get a paying job.

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