Knowing how big corporations love to look after their staff I bet the execs will get nice relocation payments plus bonuses for being so inconvenienced. Everyone else will just be kicked to the kerb.
HGST is reportedly closing an SSD manufacturing and research and development plant in Penang. The plant currently employs 450 people. Managerial staff are going to HGST subsidiaries in Singapore. The move is part of Western Digital's integration of its acquired HGST subsidiary, which was agreed by MOFCOM, China's Ministry of …
Tuesday 10th November 2015 15:46 GMT localzuk
I'm not sure how an SSD plant is a target for closure, considering WD don't have any of their own? How are they going to continue to provide the same products without the capacity to do so? Not to mention, should they not be putting more money IN to SSD production, considering the importance of SSDs to their future survival?
Tuesday 10th November 2015 18:46 GMT allthecoolshortnamesweretaken
Tuesday 10th November 2015 23:32 GMT Anonymous Coward