WS Audiology closes factory, lets 189 employees go
The hearing aid group has decided to shut down its production and distribution center in New Jersey, and starting in 2023 all its activities there will be moved to a new site in Mexico, costing 189 people their jobs.
by albert rønning-andersson, translated by daniel pedersen
The world’s third-biggest hearing aid manufacturer, WS Audiology, is closing its New Jersey-based production and distribution center, which will affect the jobs of 189 people employed there.
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