Citing a sales decline and lower consumer demand for traditional lighting products, Osram Sylvania is closing its York plant and two other locations.
The decision will cut 118 jobs in York when the plant at 1128 Roosevelt Ave. closes in September, said company spokeswoman Anne Guertin.
An additional 227 jobs will be lost in Manchester, N.H., and Central Falls, R.I., when plants close there.
The company, which is headquartered in Munich, Germany, has not yet filed a WARN notice with the state Department of Labor for its local plant. The notices must be filed with the state 60 days before a plant closure.
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