Last November, the plane-and-train-maker announced about 5,000 layoffs.
LRT manufacturer three cars short of the first of 76 to be delivered by Feb. 1.
Deliveries suspended, citing software issues and past problems with springs between the cars and doors weeping oil.
The company says the acquisition will strengthen its position as an aerostructures manufacturer.
Plant construction complete or not, production of the narrow-body aircraft is to start in the third quarter.
Buy American rules are prompting Bombardier’s plant in Plattsburgh, N.Y., to build the multi-level cars, rather than its facility in Quebec.
Business jets yield fatter margins than commercial planes; the Quebec manufacturer is staking its financial turnaround on the space.
There are growing markets to be tapped in Mexico, Brazil and China.
No Canadian content requirement; the German firm will build the trains at its North American headquarters in California.
Jose Boisjoli says he’s happy with the new trade agreement.
Quebec’s financial market regulator announced Thursday it is reviewing Bombardier’s executive compensation plan.
The company also announced the sale of what it called a number of non-core assets.
European plane-maker aims to cut supply costs in order to restore the program to profitability.
Alain Bellemare warned Mitsubishi Heavy Industries board chairman Hideaki Omiya that the practices of subsidiary Mitsubishi Aircraft were causing “significant harm” to Bombardier.
Alleges some former employees passed on documents before going to work for the Japanese company.