Bell cuts 120 jobs across global workforce

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Bell has made 120 redundancies across its global workforce in response to changes in the market and customer demand, the manufacturer has said.

Two helicopters silhouetted against setting sun
Bell manufactures military rotorcraft in and around Fort Worth, as well as in Amarillo, Texas, and commercial helicopters in Mirabel, Quebec. The company provides training and support services around the world. Anthony Pecchi Photo

Employees were notified their roles have been eliminated from the company.

The layoffs, announced on April 23, affect at least some staff at the company’s Piney Flats facility, according to local news reports.

“As a global company, we must ensure our resources are aligned with business realities and customer demand, while continuing to make investments to remain responsive and cost competitive,” a company spokesperson said in a brief statement about the job cuts.

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