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SMT & Inspection | November 10, 2006

Universal Instruments to reduce workforce

Universal Instruments has reduced its workforce by ten full-time positions.
Right after Universal Instruments' sale to a California investment firm was completed the company laid off ten employees at its facilities in Binghamton, US.

A spokesperson said that the lay-offs had nothing to do with the sale, stressing that it was the weaker order in-flow that resulted in needed reductions in workforce for the company.

Major parts of Universal Instruments manufacturing has moved to China.

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