Gulfstream Aerospace laying off workers companywide – Daily News

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Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. has cut its U.S. workforce by 446 jobs, including some reductions in Long Beach, as the company looks to align resources with its growth plan.

In an email sent Thursday, company spokeswoman Heidi Fedak said the California layoffs were in Long Beach and Lincoln, which is in the Sacramento area. She declined to reveal how many jobs were lost at each location but said the bulk of staffing cuts occurred at the company’s Savannah, Georgia, headquarters. The company employs nearly 18,000 people worldwide.

A wholly owned subsidiary of General Dynamics, Gulfstream designs, develops, manufactures, markets, services and supports business-jet aircraft. The company maintains 11 major U.S. locations, including the Long Beach facility, which does completions work. That involves interior outfitting and aircraft painting. Long Beach also provides service for the Gulfstream fleet.



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