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At Trump's request, Lockheed keeps Pennsylvania plant open

bizjournals Friday, 12 July 2019 ()
The Sikorsky helicopter plant in Coatesville, Pennsylvania, will remain open, preserving the 465 jobs that were in jeopardy, Lockheed Martin Corp. CEO Marillyn Hewson announced Wednesday night. “At the request of President Trump, I took another look at our decision and have decided to keep it open while we pursue additional work,” Hewson said in a statement tweeted out by Bethesda-based Lockheed. There are currently six helicopters under construction at the Coatesville location, according…
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