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Ingersoll Rand to shift work from New York to plants in NC, Italy

bizjournals Wednesday, 23 January 2019
Ingersoll Rand said it will shift work from its Cheektowaga, New York, plant to others in North Carolina and Italy — a move that could see as many as 160 people lose their jobs by July.
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