Harley cutting more jobs

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MILWAUKEE, WI — Harley-Davidson confirms there will be more job cuts after sales of the company’s iconic motorcycles dipped. More than 200 salaried employees will lose their jobs. This is in addition to cuts announced earlier this year by the company.

It is not yet clear how many, if any, of these jobs will come from the company’s York County facility, located at 1425 Eden Road in Springettsbury Township.

In August, Harley announced plans to cut 200 regular and casual union employees in the fourth-quarter at plants across the United States, 115 of them at the plant in Springettsbury Township.

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