Pelco eliminates 50 jobs at its Clovis facility
FRESNO, California (KFSN) -- Pelco has announced another round of layoffs at its Clovis facilities. The company is eliminating about 50 positions.
In a statement released Thursday morning, Pelco CEO Dean Meyer said the cuts are being made to make the company more efficient and move to a more globalized operations strategy.
Meyer also said in the statement, "While the cuts necessitate a reduction in our U.S. operations workforce, we are continuing to add Clovis-based jobs in engineering, sales and marketing. Of course, we will do our utmost to support those who have been affected and help them find new opportunities."
Pelco employs roughly 2,000 people at its Clovis facilities.
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