strasburg iac
Curious

Tazewell, VA

#868 Aug 6, 2009
You'll have to look a helluva' lot further than Monty Shell if you're looking for someone
"important" to tell you something!
INIACStrasburg wrote:
<quoted text> Yeah you are right, only time will tell. But I wish someone important would have a meeting with us peons and let us know what exactly is real and what is rumor. We have a right to know.
ROCK ON

Jefferson, OH

#869 Aug 6, 2009
Does anyone know who is currently making the floor carpet for the Ford explorer?
IAC Sidney

Southfield, MI

#870 Aug 7, 2009
ROCK ON wrote:
Does anyone know who is currently making the floor carpet for the Ford explorer?
IAC
ROCK ON

Jefferson, OH

#871 Aug 7, 2009
IAC Sidney wrote:
<quoted text>
IAC
I meant, which IAC plant makes it?
palmerva

Edinburg, VA

#872 Aug 17, 2009
they're starting to call people back to work starting monday!!
laidoffiac

Edinburg, VA

#873 Aug 17, 2009
Pam how many people they calling back and why.Did they move the console line to Mexico
palmerva

Edinburg, VA

#874 Aug 17, 2009
laidoffiac wrote:
Pam how many people they calling back and why.Did they move the console line to Mexico
i heard 30 not sure my clock number is 6489 i think its temp. they moved the line because it was cheaper to ship from mexico then va that was what i was told.
laidoffiac

Edinburg, VA

#875 Aug 17, 2009
Have they alredy moved it out
palmerva

Edinburg, VA

#876 Aug 18, 2009
laidoffiac wrote:
Have they alredy moved it out
it's gone the lines are still there. they didn't want them. and monty shell is gone too.
iac lebanon

United States

#877 Aug 19, 2009
I guess he is on his way to Lebanon to help move out a line here now. That what he does best is to get rid of business. I guess that makes him look good to corp. But if he keeps moving everything out soon he will be out of a job to unless he moves to Mexico with it. LOL that would be a great place for him since he like to drink so much water from the water fountains. It might get the best of him to drink their water.
Curious

Tazewell, VA

#878 Aug 19, 2009
Last I heard he's at the plant in Greeneville, SC along with several others.
Happy ex-IAC

Macomb, MI

#879 Aug 19, 2009
This is sad, really sad.
Why do I read this, even though I am no longer part of IAC, you might ask?
I still have some friends who work there, at least for now. I care about them. I wish things could be better for them.
You people at IAC Strasburg are in my prayers!
laidoffiac

Edinburg, VA

#880 Aug 26, 2009
Any one know what is going on in Strasburg.I heard they are at no.68 something
InIACStrasburg

Strasburg, VA

#881 Sep 8, 2009
No one knows what's going on at Strasburg. We do have a meeting tomorrow, supposedly about quality, absenteeism, and safety. Everyone thinks it's about something else though. They had chairs brought in for everyone to sit up front in the old GMT 900 area and it looks like Chris Gray is having the meeting, and salary has to go to the meetings too. Kind of makes everyone wonder what is really going on. Time will tell.
Curious

Tazewell, VA

#882 Sep 8, 2009
Keep us posted!
InIACStrasburg wrote:
No one knows what's going on at Strasburg. We do have a meeting tomorrow, supposedly about quality, absenteeism, and safety. Everyone thinks it's about something else though. They had chairs brought in for everyone to sit up front in the old GMT 900 area and it looks like Chris Gray is having the meeting, and salary has to go to the meetings too. Kind of makes everyone wonder what is really going on. Time will tell.
InIACStrasburg

Strasburg, VA

#883 Sep 8, 2009
Curious wrote:
Keep us posted!
<quoted text>
I will. But I'd lay odds this meeting is something bigger than they are letting on.
Curious

Tazewell, VA

#884 Sep 8, 2009
Dont put to much thought in to it, its probably nothing. We had a "plantwide" meeting a couple of weeks ago also, it only boiled down to state of the business and quality issues and how bad things are at all the IAC plants. They also mentioned that all the plants were having similiar meetings.
InIACStrasburg wrote:
<quoted text>
I will. But I'd lay odds this meeting is something bigger than they are letting on.
InIACStrasburg

Strasburg, VA

#885 Sep 8, 2009
Curious wrote:
Dont put to much thought in to it, its probably nothing. We had a "plantwide" meeting a couple of weeks ago also, it only boiled down to state of the business and quality issues and how bad things are at all the IAC plants. They also mentioned that all the plants were having similiar meetings.
<quoted text>
So how bad are things at all the IAC plants? And has anything else been said about what plants IAC are planning on closing? Just wondering.
Curious

North Tazewell, VA

#886 Sep 9, 2009
Last thing I heard was that Ross didnt have enough money in his budget to close anyone right now.
InIACStrasburg wrote:
<quoted text>
So how bad are things at all the IAC plants? And has anything else been said about what plants IAC are planning on closing? Just wondering.
Tired

United States

#887 Sep 10, 2009
I'm sure they will find the money.

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