New engines come off the production line at Harley-Davidson’s plant in Menomonee Falls.(Photo: Journal Sentinel files)
Approximately 200 Harley-Davidson Inc. employees could face layoffs this fall as the company adjusts motorcycle production following recent slower sales.
Union sources said many of the layoffs will take place at Harley’s assembly plant in York, Pa., but that a handful will occur at the engine plant in Menomonee Falls, where the company employs approximately 1,000 people, and there will be approximately 35 layoffs at the plant in Tomahawk…
You’ll see the whole story in the Bikernet Weekly News tomorrow. Our Editors are in a hidden building being grilled by Harley executives right now about the 2017 models. The Milwaukee Rally is this weekend, and I just asked Bill Davidson about the Code of the West. Hang on.–Bandit