Harley-Davidson pronounced on Thursday it will lay off 118 workers during a York, Pennsylvania, plant and change a jobs to Kansas City, Missouri.
The motorcycle builder pronounced it told employees in Nov 2015 of skeleton to change prolongation of Harley-Davidson Cruisers from a Pennsylvania plant to Kansas City starting in a 2018 indication year.
Harley-Davidson told employees on Thursday it will cut about 118 positions in York and supplement 118 positions in a Kansas City plant, mouthpiece Katie Whitmore said.
Harley-Davidson on Tuesday reported a 25.6 percent tumble in quarterly profit, harm by a dump in shipments. The Milwaukee-based company’s net income fell to $186.37 million, or $1.05 per share, in a initial entertain finished Mar 26, from $250.49 million, or $1.36 per share, a year earlier.
Demand for Harley’s motorcycles in a United States has slowed as a constant baby boomer demographic ages and rivals such as Indian motorcycle-maker Polaris Industries and Japan’s Honda offer rival discounts.