Another Boeing supplier is laying off workers as it scrambles to deal with the 737 Max production halt (GE)

Another Boeing supplier is laying off staff as companies providing parts for the embattled 737 Max aircraft scramble to deal with the plane’s production shutdown.GE Aviation said Monday that it plans to cut 70 temporary jobs at its plant in Bromont, Canada, which works on several engines, including the CFM Leap 1-B, the engine installed…

Another Boeing supplier is laying off workers as it scrambles to deal with the 737 Max production halt (GE)

Another Boeing supplier is laying off staff as companies providing parts for the embattled 737 Max aircraft scramble to deal with the plane’s production shutdown.GE Aviation said Monday that it plans to cut 70 temporary jobs at its plant in Bromont, Canada, which works on several engines, including the CFM Leap 1-B, the engine installed on the 737 Max.GE Aviation’s announcement comes days after Spirit AeroSystems, which builds 737 Max fuselages, said it is cutting 2,800 staff.Boeing initially said it would not lay employees off during the suspension, but the company has more than 600 suppliers which depend on the Max for revenue.Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.Another Boeing supplier is laying off staff as companies providing parts for the embattled 737 Max aircraft scramble to deal with the aviation giant’s production shutdown.According to several outlets, GE Aviation on Monday announced plans to cut 70 temporary jobs at its plant in Bromont, Canada, which works on several engines, including the CFM Leap 1-B, the engine installed on the 737 Max.The cuts represent around 13% of all production staff working at the Bromont plant, in the province of Quebec, according to aviation new
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