GE Manufacturing Solutions produced its 1,000th locomotive at its Fort Worth plant in July 2016. The company has announced layoffs in Fort Worth.
GE Manufacturing Solutions produced its 1,000th locomotive at its Fort Worth plant in July 2016. The company has announced layoffs in Fort Worth. Paul Moseley Star-Telegram archives
GE Manufacturing Solutions produced its 1,000th locomotive at its Fort Worth plant in July 2016. The company has announced layoffs in Fort Worth. Paul Moseley Star-Telegram archives

About 250 workers losing jobs at Fort Worth GE locomotive plant

February 06, 2017 03:39 PM

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