Harley Davidson To Build New Power Train Plant Outside of Milwaukee

The Business Journal reports that workers of a labor union voted against Harley-Davidson's offer to expand facilities in Milwaukee in e...

The Business Journal reports that workers of a labor union voted against Harley-Davidson's offer to expand facilities in Milwaukee in exchange for wage cuts.

The company had asked it's largest union, United Steelworkers Local 2-209, to lower wages for new hires, and union bosses followed through by recommending its dues-payers vote for the offer, but the workers voted "no".

Harley-Davidson now needs to find another location to build its new Twin Cam 96. The company currently has powertrain manufacturing operations in Wauwatosa, Menomonee Falls, and Kansas City, MO, final assembly operations in York, PA, and Kansas City, and components manufacturing in Tomahawk.

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