Harley Davidson to layoff 118 employees from York plant

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SPRINGETTSBURY TWP., York County, Pa. — As part of a production realignment, Harley-Davidson will layoff 118 workers at its Vehicle Operations plant in Springettsbury Township.

The layoffs will begin June 23rd and be completed by the end of July.

The company is moving production of its Softail motorcycles to the Kansas City facility, according to Bernadette Lauer, Communications Manager.

The York plant will continue to produce Touring bikes and Trikes. About 800 employees will remain in York after the layoffs, down from over 2,000 just eight years ago, in 2009.

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