Chrysler to take over supplier-run To...

Chrysler to take over supplier-run Toledo Jeep paint shop

There are 1622 comments on the www.toledoblade.com story from Nov 25, 2010, titled Chrysler to take over supplier-run Toledo Jeep paint shop. In it, www.toledoblade.com reports that:

Chrysler Group LLC early next year will take control of the Toledo Assembly complex's Wrangler paint shop operation from Magna International Inc., which has run the paint shop since June, 2006.

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jeeper83

Temperance, MI

#21 Dec 5, 2010
Ten people lay off in Body Shop this week with twentyfive years going to Wrangler line so people will go to the street at Christmas Time the Double Dripper must Go the soon the better.
Toledo Jeep

Toledo, OH

#22 Dec 5, 2010
jeeper83 wrote:
Ten people lay off in Body Shop this week with twentyfive years going to Wrangler line so people will go to the street at Christmas Time the Double Dripper must Go the soon the better.
they have to go to second shift first. Then Danny will find a way to get them to first. They will never last coming from Body to Wrangler. They don't have a clue how hard we work over there. They can join all the other 83-85's that are PQX and cna't do any jobs. See how they always get sent to the cert. line...drives me crazy every day.

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#23 Dec 6, 2010
Joe wrote:
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It would affect all the people that are still on lay-off from Chrysler that didn't take the buyout....Thats bullshit!!! Not one 2nd tier person should be hired while there still is laid off workers.
Were these people on layoffs offered jobs at different facilities? Yes I agree, if there are traditional employees that are still on lay-off then yes, they should have been brought back before people were hired on. Just my opinion, but if Chrysler, didn't know what they were going to do with that plant, they shouldn't have hired anyone 2nd tier or whatever, until they figured out where that plant's future was going.
adub

Fort Worth, TX

#24 Dec 6, 2010
Why where there people lay offs in body did they eliminate jobs there I don't think they will be able to take those people in paint it has nothing to do with local 12 it all international union they will use a third party
straight-talk-n

Toledo, OH

#25 Dec 6, 2010
Toledo Jeep wrote:
It was pretty stressful at work yesterday. Lots of people mad about them even talking of letting the double-dippers stay. How can a union explain to it's laid off workers, that they can't work, so someone who signed papers saying they can't work for Jeep ever again can now work and make $7,ooo. plus and month. It is time to do what they said they would do 4 years ago!! The union can not push the blame to the company on this issue. This unit chairman is going to have to do the right thing! They signed papers saying they were cutting all ties with Chrysler and now they need to move on to something else. They took buy out money and pensions. How about everyone who took the buy out? Can they now come back to work? The good thing about the workforce here is we will not let this get swept under the rug!! Dan Henaman works for the WHOLE Jeep unit, not just a special few. The double-dippers have made their money now let our laid off workers have their shot. Hopefully this will all be resolved after the Christmas shutdown and we can let our retiries finally retire and our laid off brothers and sisters get back to work.
Okay, this is a deep, ugly pot of boiling dung. This pot was set to boiling by Waingrow, Harrington, Mahaffey, and a few other cronies from Local 12 who were looking for nothing more than some more money rolling into their pockets. All of this BS is not about Dan Henneman, there is nothing Dan can do. Its all Waingrow and the International, not a bit about Dan. Now you got Waingrow who can't find his ass with both hands trying to keep his golfing buddies in the beer money. What he should be doing is worrying about getting laid-off people back to work, getting new people hired and getting some new jobs created so the City of Toledo can start getting back on its feet. Also, some new blood in the UAW, referring to younger people can't hurt at all either. Perhaps Waingrow should be the first to retire. It is not that I don't like Waingrow, what I don't like is his tactics, his deamenor and all the favors he still has to pay back. If you don't believe this, you better open your eyes. I have known Waingrow for over 30 years and he is nothing more than a self-seeking, self-centered, arrogant SOB. Understand this if you cut in half the hourly wage people will be making you cut in half the amount of dues the UAW will be collecting. Bottom line,the International and the Local-12 cronies will have to take a cut in pay.
adub

Fort Worth, TX

#26 Dec 6, 2010
It does not look like local 12 members will get the jobs they will keep the current workforce and Danny can't do anything about which is a shame because Danny also has friends working also
Toledo Jeep

Toledo, OH

#27 Dec 6, 2010
straight-talk-n...If Dan has no control over this, than the paint shop may be part of Chrysler, but it is not part of Jeep. Maybe they need to put out a worker to worker to explain all of this. None of this was explained at the union meeting Friday.
jeeper83

Temperance, MI

#28 Dec 6, 2010
The Jobs from Body Shop were Eliminate they are Tech one people.Paint Shop Eliminate Two they are waiting there Pay Off Slips.
jeep85

Fort Worth, TX

#29 Dec 6, 2010
I herd they rehired the people currently working there and they can do because its a differnt union and the deal is already worked out already this will cause a big problem with layed off folks its not fair but this is what is to happen in the future they will use a third party to pay each employees so Chrysler doesn't tech pay them which allows them to work there will be lots of lawyers involved here they really need to come out with information here
KP sr

United States

#30 Dec 7, 2010
Joe wrote:
<quoted text>
It would affect all the people that are still on lay-off from Chrysler that didn't take the buyout....Thats bullshit!!! Not one 2nd tier person should be hired while there still is laid off workers.
amen to that!
KP sr

United States

#31 Dec 7, 2010
adub wrote:
Why where there people lay offs in body did they eliminate jobs there I don't think they will be able to take those people in paint it has nothing to do with local 12 it all international union they will use a third party
Huh? speak or shall i say write correct English, i just got Vertigo trying to read your post!not to mention a Migraine****
jeep85

Fort Worth, TX

#32 Dec 7, 2010
Still in negotiations I guess
opp

United States

#33 Dec 7, 2010
Who knows
double dipper

Litchfield, OH

#34 Dec 8, 2010
I interviewed and got hired at a company named HADEN .So I left Damiler Chrysler so that people WOULD have a Job if I had not left Chrysler One more person would be without a job. Now chrysler Decided to take it over So you think its ok to take our jobs because we are now run by Chrysler.Well new flash Chrysler is Now Fiat HOW WOULD JEEP88 feel about FIAT worker comeing in and takeing His job .Stop ACTING selfish And Start acting Like a UNION
mjj95

United States

#35 Dec 8, 2010
double dipper wrote:
I interviewed and got hired at a company named HADEN .So I left Damiler Chrysler so that people WOULD have a Job if I had not left Chrysler One more person would be without a job. Now chrysler Decided to take it over So you think its ok to take our jobs because we are now run by Chrysler.Well new flash Chrysler is Now Fiat HOW WOULD JEEP88 feel about FIAT worker comeing in and takeing His job .Stop ACTING selfish And Start acting Like a UNION
news flash its chrysler llc. the double dippers signed an agreement with full pension and buyout money plus the wage they were making when they left to go work there. our union negotiated that agreement. they could not work there if chrysler took back over its time they really retired and let the layed off people make a living. they got an incentive to leave now its time to retire. selfish is the right word for you live with the agreement you signed
jeep88

United States

#36 Dec 8, 2010
double dipper wrote:
I interviewed and got hired at a company named HADEN .So I left Damiler Chrysler so that people WOULD have a Job if I had not left Chrysler One more person would be without a job. Now chrysler Decided to take it over So you think its ok to take our jobs because we are now run by Chrysler.Well new flash Chrysler is Now Fiat HOW WOULD JEEP88 feel about FIAT worker comeing in and takeing His job .Stop ACTING selfish And Start acting Like a UNION
why what is the word going around your plant? Also it does not matter what I think its the paper you signed saying that you can't work for a subsidiary of Chrysler and also I'm sure the most important reason was for you to go and make room for the younger seniority how thoughtful of you to put us first thanks.
double dipper

Litchfield, OH

#37 Dec 8, 2010
jeep88 wrote:
<quoted text> why what is the word going around your plant? Also it does not matter what I think its the paper you signed saying that you can't work for a subsidiary of Chrysler and also I'm sure the most important reason was for you to go and make room for the younger seniority how thoughtful of you to put us first thanks.
Iretired With 33 years NO BUYOUT AND no Signed paper AS did 90percent of us Know your facts
DDB

United States

#38 Dec 8, 2010
we did not sign anything that said we would not work for chrysler. the only thing we are not allowed to do is enhance our pension. thats the law. you seem to for get that if we hadn't gone over there when we did, there would've been 200 more union brothers and sisters on the street at that time. just saying!
double dipper

Litchfield, OH

#39 Dec 8, 2010
I retired with 33years NO BUYOUT NO SIGNED PAPER as did 90percent of the people here KNOW YOUR FACTS
mjj95

United States

#40 Dec 8, 2010
double dipper wrote:
I retired with 33years NO BUYOUT NO SIGNED PAPER as did 90percent of the people here KNOW YOUR FACTS
i know the people that signed the papers, production and tradesmen. if you worked at our plant when they canvessed you signed the paper if you hired after the fact i really don't know your situation. if you had under 5 years you severed your ties to chrysler with 5,000 in your pocket. if you retired after 33 yrs. with no buyout money you must of retired way before the agreement was signed, or you went out in a differant way.

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