New York Device Maker Moves Manufacturing Jobs To China
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
U.S. medical-device maker Honeywell Imaging and Mobility said it plans to end manufacturing operations in New York State and move its manufacturing operations to China. The move would cost 200 jobs in the upstate factory just a year after Honeywell bought the firm, Hand Held Products. The new owner said its competition in the industry already is making competing goods in Asia and the firm could not remain competitive in New York. Honeywell expects to retain another 380 workers at the Skaneateles, N.Y. headquarters. (Click here for more
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