Boycott the sell-outs & traitors at HVAC Company Carrier!

Witness the Sell-out of the American Worker!

This is fucking disgusting, these men all have families and children to support. They've probably busted their ass there for years! This EVIL company (UTC) is worth over $87,000,000,000.00 dollars! *This half-rate Company run by slave drivers, Carrier (UTC), just shitcanned 1,400 American workers and shipped their jobs to Mexico from Indianapolis. Fuck you Carrier... I will NEVER buy one of your shitty made Mexican products. Boycott this company folks, it's run by complete lowlife, pieces of shit that couldn't care less about the American worker! Mr. Trump, if these slaveholders want to take their business overseas, and fire American workers, they can pay an 80% tax penalty on whatever they ship in. Enough is enough!


United Technologies’ CEO Leaves With $172 Million Pay Package

{Bloomberg} Louis Chenevert, who retired as chief executive officer of United Technologies Corp. in a surprise move three days ago, will leave with a nest egg of about $172 million.
That sum includes $109 million of vesting option awards and $32 million of vesting performance-based restricted-stock awards, based on the Nov. 25 closing price, and a pension worth $31 million as of Dec. 31, according to data from the company’s proxy filing released earlier this year.

The reasons behind Chenevert’s abrupt departure remain unknown and it came as a surprise to the investment community, which had been anticipating his appearance at an investor meeting on Dec. 11. A company spokesman said Chenevert’s leaving wasn’t related to financial performance. His corporate bio was already expunged from United Technologies’ website on Nov. 24, just hours after the company announced the management change, and the list of board members also disappeared.

“To say this was unexpected would be a mild understatement,” Nigel Coe, an analyst at Morgan Stanley, wrote in a note to investors yesterday. Though it’s conceivable that he left for personal reasons, “we cannot rule out the possibility of an internal rupture over UTC’s weak relative performance during 2014 and since Chenevert took the reins,” Coe wrote.
United Technologies’ share price climbed 54 percent during Chenevert’s tenure that began in April 2008, though it fell 1.8 percent this year, trailing the 12 percent rise in the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index. Shares rose 2.7 percent to $111.71 at the close in New York yesterday.

Chenevert’s compensation package is in line with other executives from big companies, said Alan Johnson, a managing director of compensation-consulting firm Johnson Associates.
John Moran, a spokesman for United Technologies, declined to comment on Chenevert’s compensation.
“While seemingly the number is large, the share value from the date of grant to now has actually increased significantly,” said Frank Glassner, CEO of Veritas Executive Compensation Consultants, in an interview. “He’s been key in a lot of the product and technology that they have put out.”
United Technologies has a provision that restricts retiring executives from engaging in behavior that would be detrimental to the company, Glassner said, citing the company’s proxy. That includes disclosing information and soliciting employees. Violations could result in a clawback of long-term awards, according to proxy filing.

Chenevert also owns 572,480 United Technologies shares directly and indirectly, according to data compiled by Bloomberg, worth about $64 million as of yesterday’s price.
Gregory Hayes, chief financial officer for the past six years, assumes the top post as United Technologies prepares a major new engine program in its Pratt & Whitney division and faces challenges to expand its Otis elevator business in China.
Chenevert, 57, retired after a six-year tenure as CEO during which he led the $16.5 billion acquisition of Goodrich Corp. and reshaped United Technologies’ business lines around aerospace and building services. After joining Pratt in 1993, Chenevert was considered a leading driver of the unit’s development of a new geared turbofan engine, which has cost more than $1 billion to produce.

{Breibart} The heating, ventilating, air conditioning, and refrigeration system (HVAC) company will begin the process in 2017 and hopes to complete everything by 2019.

Carrier “employs 50,000 people in more than 180 countries.” They chose to close the Indianapolis operation because of cost.

Chris Nelson, Carrier’s president of HVAC systems and services for North America, published this statement:

This move is intended to address the challenges we continue to face in a rapidly changing HVAC industry, with the continued migration of the HVAC industry to Mexico, including our suppliers and competitors, and ongoing cost and pricing pressures driven, in part, by new regulatory requirements.

Relocating our operations to a region where we have existing infrastructure and a strong supplier base will allow us to operate more cost effectively so that we can continue to produce high-quality HVAC products that are competitively positioned while continuing to meet customer needs.

This decision is difficult and we recognize the impact on employees, their families and the community. We are committed to ensuring that our employees are treated respectfully and to working closely with their representatives throughout this transition.

“Today’s surprise announcement was without warning and incredibly disappointing,” said Mayor Joe Hogsett. “While I am obviously concerned about the economic impact, my top priority is the well-being of the hardworking families affected by this decision. A job lost in any part of our community affects us all, and I believe these are the times we must come together as one city to lift up our neighbors.”

Local union representatives will discuss the move with Carrier. Fox 59 reports that some “employees will be entitled to severance benefits, including access to the company’s Employee Scholar Program, which pays for tuition, books and fees at accredited higher education institutions.”


18 Comments on Boycott the sell-outs & traitors at HVAC Company Carrier!

  1. The Donald knows.

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    • I have installed so many Carrier units over the years. Im am so upset about what they are doing. Boycott them! I will not install or recomend Carrier anymore. Sincerely Andys Heating And Cooling Kingsport Tn


  2. They also are moving UTEC from Huntington, IN, to Monterrey another 700 jobs. I will never buy a carrier.


  3. I do property management for retail centers. We used to insist on Carrier or Train brand HVAC’s…now its just Train.

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  4. Carrier is owned by UTC – Gregory Hayes

    *Not a Jewish owned company, just to clarify for the heeb chasers out there!

    Once again… Your own white elites sell you down the fucking drain!

    United Technologies Corporation (UTC) is an American multinational conglomerate headquartered in Farmington, Connecticut. It researches, develops, and manufactures high-technology products in numerous areas, including aircraft engines, HVAC, fuel cells, elevators and escalators, fire and security, building systems, and industrial products, among others. UTC is also a large military contractor, producing missile and aircraft systems. Gregory Hayes is the current CEO.


  5. By the way… UTC is worth 87 billion!!!

    Oh fuck it, what’s another 1,400 peasants?

    Let their kids go hungry and get thrown out on the street!


  6. I worked in the trade for 30 years and am embarrassed to say I’m from Syracuse, NY home of carrier. Their products quality sucks ever since they shut down here. They are just a Siemens wannabe, they want to be a worldwide conglomerate.UTC owns a lot of American HVAC companies so everyone watch out for their jobs! UTC go sell your stuff elsewhere! Boycott these SOB’s!


  7. Well, calm down, Carrier as many consumer durable manufacturing companies ceased to make any major decisions like the above, long ago in this country. They are made in the board rooms of huge multinational conglomerate holding companies. HOLDING COMPANY LEGISLATION basically started in the gilded age approx. 1870s and have grown into the multinational diversified dragon that drives and writes the trade deals (not the bogeyman) in all western nations. HOLDING COMPANY LEGISLATION has over the past 100 years allowed everything from banks to public utilities to be subject to foreign ownership and components of diversified portfolios.

    NOW we are at the globalization abyss race to the bottom with multinational trade ‘deals’ like Nafta,TPP, etc, placing sovereignty in multinational conglomerate holding companies headquarters as any other boardroom decision.
    Donald Trump is the only American since Henry Ford who has voiced any American self interest in opposition.

    But really folks, voting isn’t going to get us out of this, just keep ‘waking’ everyone up to the bogeyman.


    • Very true Joe! UTC is the holding company. United Technologies Corporation (UTC) is the “American” multinational conglomerate that owns Carrier!


    • NO! Trump is NOT the only one to oppose NAFTA and TPP. Bernie Sanders whole campaign is based on these so-called Free trade agreement. Except, Bernie also wants to raise taxes on the very wealthy to get them to pay their fair share. Trump wants to lower Corporate taxes and oppose a progressive tax rate. So…


  8. Remember Keith saying on TM how he’d throw his desk out the window & knock the boss out. Those guys should have lynched those greedy bastards.


  9. We will boycott Carrier and all of the other company’s they make things for Bryant,Them, etc


  10. Soon united states will be third world country and Mexico will be thriving like the U. S. Was after the second world war to the 70’s what a shame it’s all greed now


  11. That is why the so called establishment can’t believe we Americans are supporting people like Donal Trump. We are sick and Fucking tired of this shit!


  12. GREED. WHAT CAN I SAY. People that don’t care about the United States of America the road the infrastructure surely they don’t care about the family the great country they live in they just want to drive on the roads not pay for them and go to Mexico and selling junk how sad the people that would do this


  13. The only thing these ceo’s understand is their bonuses. The people from Mexico, China, and the European countries can buy their products because I never will. Until the people in the USA refuse to buy imports this bullshit will continue. Very sad and to top it off the CEO left with 172 million.


  14. I have a house and the ac needs replacement. One quote was for a carrier product and after hearing they plan to move I will not give them a cent! They just lost thousands from me.


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