Boeing ain't the first or the last
Author: Alabam J
Date: 10-16-2020 - 09:39

Union busting right-to-work states can also have lower living costs.

The problem is finding talent when you move production.

Scott O Wrote:
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> All I have heard is they are moving all 787
> production to Carolina. I have not heard about
> Renton closing. Give it time though I would not be
> surprised to see Boeing pull out of the PNW and
> move south where the labor is cheap the laws lax
> and taxes low.



Subject Written By Date/Time (PST)
  Boeing still getting rail shipments Pdxrailtransit 10-15-2020 - 13:52
  Re: Boeing still getting rail shipments Terry 10-15-2020 - 20:47
  Re: Boeing still getting rail shipments Pdxrailtransit 10-15-2020 - 22:54
  Re: Boeing still getting rail shipments ? 10-15-2020 - 23:49
  Re: Boeing still getting rail shipments Pdxrailtransit 10-16-2020 - 00:21
  Re: Boeing still getting rail shipments George Andrews 10-16-2020 - 04:15
  Re: Boeing still getting rail shipments Terry 10-16-2020 - 04:55
  Re: Boeing still getting rail shipments George Andrews 10-16-2020 - 05:24
  Re: Boeing still getting rail shipments Scott O 10-16-2020 - 06:41
  Re: Boeing still getting rail shipments Bill Maltby 10-16-2020 - 07:02
  Re: Boeing still getting rail shipments FUD 10-16-2020 - 08:13
  Everett tooling to be shipped east by rail? Pdxrailtransit 10-16-2020 - 08:43
  Boeing ain't the first or the last Alabam J 10-16-2020 - 09:39
  Re: Boeing still getting rail shipments Smart Arse 10-16-2020 - 08:06
  Photo of yesterday's Boeing cars Pdxrailtransit 10-16-2020 - 09:51
  Re: Photo of yesterday's Boeing cars FUD 10-16-2020 - 16:10
  Re: Photo of yesterday's Boeing cars BNSF1995 10-16-2020 - 16:46
  Re: Photo of Boeing cars Terry 10-17-2020 - 08:49


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