NUMMI suppliers face layoffs, shutdowns

NUMMI suppliers face layoffs, shutdowns

There are 9 comments on the Inside Bay Area story from Jan 3, 2010, titled NUMMI suppliers face layoffs, shutdowns. In it, Inside Bay Area reports that:

An industrial-strength web that links the NUMMI plant here to a far-flung network of suppliers is about to unravel as the shutdown of the 25-year-old auto factory lurches into view.

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More strippers

San Leandro, CA

#1 Jan 4, 2010
More people are going to turn to stripping to save thier homes and income. Thanks Toyota. U scum bags.
liner

Hicksville, NY

#2 Jan 5, 2010
More strippers wrote:
More people are going to turn to stripping to save thier homes and income. Thanks Toyota. U scum bags.
What exactly would they be stripping? By the way, GM was an equal partner in NUMMI and was the first to back out of the deal. I don't see you thanking them.......
The Man

Berkeley, CA

#3 Jan 11, 2010
Auto plants are closing all across the country and workers everywhere are losing their jobs.

Why is the NUMMI plant any different?
liner

Hicksville, NY

#4 Jan 11, 2010
The Man wrote:
Auto plants are closing all across the country and workers everywhere are losing their jobs.
Why is the NUMMI plant any different?
I guess because it's Toyota.

Since: May 09

Belvidere, IL

#5 Jan 11, 2010
The GM workers will be able to be sent to another GM plant. Toyota workers they are F**KED
liner

Hicksville, NY

#6 Jan 12, 2010
beerhunter wrote:
The GM workers will be able to be sent to another GM plant. Toyota workers they are F**KED
True, but maybe the Toyota union workers could find work at another GM plant also.

Since: May 09

Belvidere, IL

#7 Jan 12, 2010
liner wrote:
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True, but maybe the Toyota union workers could find work at another GM plant also.
No they cannot they are Toyota workers not GM. Gm will not put Toyota workers to work in a GM plant when GM has workers layoff at other plants. Toyota workers are F**KED
liner

Hicksville, NY

#8 Jan 13, 2010
beerhunter wrote:
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No they cannot they are Toyota workers not GM. Gm will not put Toyota workers to work in a GM plant when GM has workers layoff at other plants. Toyota workers are F**KED
Toyota doesn't own them. They are UAW members, free to work anywhere they want. If any other car manufacturer is hiring (IF), depending on any applicable back-to-work rules, they can apply and be hired.

Since: May 09

Belvidere, IL

#9 Jan 13, 2010
liner wrote:
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Toyota doesn't own them. They are UAW members, free to work anywhere they want. If any other car manufacturer is hiring (IF), depending on any applicable back-to-work rules, they can apply and be hired.
The NUMMI plant is a UAW plant Toyota will not put them to work at any other Toyota plant. Toyota doesn't want other Toyota plants as UAW plants NUMMI's Toyota workers are looking up a dead horse's A$$. Others car manufacturers will hire new workers at a much lower rate of pay then any Toyota worker will work for.

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