Seagate Will Shut Suzhou Plant, Cut Over 2,000 Employees

By TechSecurityChina.com Editor
August 16, 2017

Hard disk manufacturer Seagate announced that they will shut down their plant in Suzhou and cut over 2,000 employees.

The Suzhou plant already posted a dissolution notice,

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    Seagate said that dissolving the Suzhou plant ahead of schedule is one of Seagate’s measures to continue to reduce global manufacturing scale to better adapt to the current and future market demand.

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  • Seagate announced that the company would cut about 6,500 employees before the end of its 2017 financial year, adidas uk for sale accounting for about 14% of its total employees around the world.

    Seagate’s hard disk products are mainly used on PCs. And due to the depressed demands of PC makers,











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