Ethicon scales back Scottish manufacturing
This article was originally published in Clinica
Johnson & Johnson surgical suture business Ethicon has decided to close some of its operations in Scotland, UK. Around 850 jobs will be lost when the company shuts down its surgical suture and needle manufacturing facilities in Edinburgh and its distribution centre in Livingston.
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