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Rohr High Temperature Aerostructures
Rohr HTA, Inc.
advanced metal fabricating, high temperature aerostructures
Written and compiled by Sue Poole
Rohr's nonunion San Marcos facility consisted of 169,000 square feet of office and manufacturing space (Rohr, p. 51; Schena, 24 Sept 1990).
By August 1992, Rohr HTA was employing 147 people (Douglass, 1993, p. C1).
By August 1993, Rohr HTA was employing 152 people and predicting that "payroll could shrink amid cutbacks" (Douglass, 1993, p. C1).
Douglass, Elizabeth. “Rohr Still Pays for Heyday’s Decisions.” The San Diego Union-Tribune, 24 Aug. 1993, pp. C1, C5.
Rohr Industries, Inc. A Pioneer in Aeronautics, 1940-1990. September, 1990.
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