By Margaret NaczekReporter , Milwaukee Business Journal
Harley-Davidson Inc. has announced a workforce reduction of about 140 employees at its Wisconsin facility in Tomahawk and at its plant in York, Pennsylvania.
“As course of normal business, Harley-Davidson regularly adjusts its production plan and appropriately sizes its workforce. The company announced it will adjust its production volume, which will result in a workforce reduction of approximately 140 jobs in the U.S.,” a Harley-Davidson (NYSE: HOG) spokesperson said.
About 50 employees were impacted at the Tomahawk location.
The company would not disclose the total number of employees at the two facilities.
In January 2018, Harley-Davidson reported its decision to consolidate its Kansas City plant into the York plant that was expected to result in an addition of about 450 full-time jobs.