Aerojet said the new cost cutting is a multiyear program aimed at “increasing operational efficiency” among the company’s 14 sites. “Aerojet Rocketdyne has made a commitment to our customers and to the government to improve the affordability of our products – products vital to our nation’s defense and continued access to space,” Scott Seymour, president and chief executive at Aerojet said.
Aerojet said the new cost cutting is a multiyear program aimed at “increasing operational efficiency” among the company’s 14 sites. “Aerojet Rocketdyne has made a commitment to our customers and to the government to improve the affordability of our products – products vital to our nation’s defense and continued access to space,” Scott Seymour, president and chief executive at Aerojet said. Jay Mather Sacramento Bee file
Aerojet said the new cost cutting is a multiyear program aimed at “increasing operational efficiency” among the company’s 14 sites. “Aerojet Rocketdyne has made a commitment to our customers and to the government to improve the affordability of our products – products vital to our nation’s defense and continued access to space,” Scott Seymour, president and chief executive at Aerojet said. Jay Mather Sacramento Bee file

Aerojet to cut 10 percent of workforce, including 250 jobs in Sacramento area

March 09, 2015 02:53 PM

UPDATED March 10, 2015 07:58 AM

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