Berwyn, Pennsylvania-based TE Connectivity, a global designer and manufacturer of connectors and sensors for harsh environments, has announced that it will be downsizing its U.S. manufacturing capacity which will result in the closure of its design/engineering laboratory and manufacturing facility in Hemet, California. 240 employees will be laid off. The company’s operations will be transferred to other facilities located in Winston-Salem, North Carolina and Tullahoma, Tennessee.
A company spokesperson noted, “As a result of a continuing analysis of our industrial and commercial transportation business, TE Connectivity will relocate manufacturing operations and the engineering lab from our Hemet facility to other North American locations.
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