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Chris Nelson, the Acting President of Carrier Residential and Commercial Systems North America, Informs an Audience of 1,400 Employees of the Carrier Corporation's Intent to Relocate Its Huntington, Indiana-Based Operations Facility to Monterrey, Mexico

Written By Michael Reign on Monday, February 15, 2016 | 10:58 PM


Speaking to an audience of 1,400 on Wednesday, February 10th of 2016, Chris Nelson, the acting President of Carrier Residential and Commercial Systems North America, informs those in attendance of the Carrier Corporation’s ˡ intent to move one of its main facilities in the United States to Monterrey, Mexico. It was a decision, Nelson would later claim, was made in the best interests of the business as a means of ensuring the company’s longevity amidst concerns of a burgeoning influx of competitive markets in portions of Central and South America.


ˡ Carrier Corporation, a component of the Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Systems Industry and a commercial brand of United Technologies Corporation Building & Industrial Systems (also known as United Technologies Corporation, oftentimes abbreviated as UTC) was founded in 1915 as an independently owned business that was later acquired by UTC in July of 1979 as part of a corporate merger. In 2008, Carrier assumed ownership of Environmental Market Solutions, Inc. (EMSI), an environmental and green building (in many instances the mention of green technology - the express purpose of which is recognized as the mitigation or reversal of damage to the environment based on a combination of factors, most notably carbon-based systems emissions and human activity - coincides with the actualization of the UN’s Agenda 21 mandate, as it is widely acknowledged as the operant extension of the aforementioned agency’s Sustainable Development Initiative) consulting company based in the United States. Subsequently, not long after its acquisition by Carrier Corporation, EMSI received a series of Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certifications from the United States Green Building Council for its facilities located in Charlotte, North Carolina and Huntington, Indiana (2009), Shanghai, China (2010), and Monterrey, Mexico (2011). 

NOTE - The mention of EMSI’s operations factory in Monterrey, Mexico, and the fact that during the course of Nelson’s open proclamation of the Carrier Corporation’s intent to close its Indiana-based manufacturing center (a sequence of events underscoring the presence of the HVAC systems conglomerate in the state community since the 1950’s) as a point of contingency in the company’s transition to a more industrially competitive venue (a geographical location later identified - coincidentally - as Monterrey, Mexico), is significant in the sense that this premeditated course of action rests not on the laurels of maintaining the image and reputation of the business as both an innovator in the development of energy efficient and environmentally compatible technologies, but rather on engendering a continuance in the profit margin sustainability of its executive interests. 

CONCLUSION: The outsourcing of viable employment opportunities within the continental United States to nations meriting Third World economic distinction can be attributed to the formulation of a plan of strategy devised by the globalist community to foster a pattern of deindustrialization - a chronological series of progressions precipitated by the ratification of international trade agreements and the consolidation of corporate influence into the geopolitical arena - the genesis of a New World Order.
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