Cable & Telecom

Belden to stop production in Pointe-Claire

ST. LOUIS – As part of a US$14 million cost savings plan, cable and wireless manufacturer Belden today said it will close its plant in Pointe-Claire, Quebec, by the middle of 2007. Other company facilities will assume the data networking cable production of the plant, said the press release. However, the company will continue its research, engineering, marketing and customer service activities in Pointe-Claire. It's not clear how many employees in Quebec will be affected. A call by Cartt.ca to Belden for comment was not returned Wednesday. Also by mid-2007, Belden will also cease production activities in Wheeling, Illinois. This...
 

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