Sluggish Deliveries Force Piper To Cut Production, Workforce

Credit: Seminole: Durksteel
Piper Aircraft plans to cut aircraft production and its workforce because of weak global demand, the company announced. The company plans to reduce its workforce by 15% to 20%, it said. It currently employs more than 750 people at its headquarters in Vero Beach, Florida. The general aviation...

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