Natus to axe more jobs in restructuring initiative
This article was originally published in Clinica
As part of a new integration and restructuring programme, Natus Medical is set to lay off more staff from a number of its North American facilities. The San Carlos, California-based company, which develops products for newborn screening and care, as well as sleep and neurology diagnostics, said it is aiming to cut costs from its recently-acquired Excel-Tech subsidiary and improve the efficiency of its operations. The total number of redundancies was not disclosed.
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