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Case New Holland cuts 443 jobs at Saskatoon manufacturing plant

by Canadian Staff   

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The company in Saskatoon is a division of global industrial conglomerate CNH Industrial N.V.

SASKATOON, Sask.—The Saskatoon Star Phoenix is reporting that agricultural equipment manufacturer Case New Holland is permanently laying off 75 workers and giving temporary notices to another 338 workers.

The company in Saskatoon is a division of CNH Industrial N.V., a global industrial conglomerate based in London, U.K., that designs, produces and sells agricultural and construction equipment, trucks, commercial vehicles, buses and specialty vehicles and a number of powertrain applications.

The 72,464 square-metre Saskatoon facility manufactures more than 10 types of planting, seeding, tillage and harvesting equipment and is only Canadian Plant of 11 CNH facilities in North America. It sells product to Australia, Kazakhstan, The U.S. and China.

Read the Saskatoon Star Phoenix report here.



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