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In Through the Out Door

by Lexi Ryan | Feb 18, 2018

Companies looking for a skilled workforce in automotive or consumer product manufacturing should consider taking a good look at Kansas City for a possible location. There is a unique opportunity in the KC region for companies to capitalize on nearly 1,200 experienced candidates who will be available over the next two years. Procter & Gamble announced the 2020 closing of their 380-employee manufacturing facility due to an overall shift in the company’s production strategy. Additionally, Harley-Davidson, Inc. announced a decrease in sales worldwide has caused them to close its KC motorcycle assembly plant in the fall of 2019. An eager workforce awaits companies ready for the competitive advantage.

380 chemical manufacturing workers
800 automotive manufacturing workers

Skill Sets:
Team assemblers
Production technicians and technologists
Machine setters, operators and tenders
Inspectors, testers and sorters
Painting and coating workers
Tool and die makers
Production supervisors

Q2 2018 – Q2 2020

Read more via The Kansas City Star:
Harley-Davidson, Inc.
Procter & Gamble

For more information, contact Jill McCarthy | 816.374.5636 

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