Whirlpool ( WHR) will cut 370 jobs in closing a stove factory in Cleveland, Tenn.

The Benton Harbor, Mich., appliance maker said it will shift production of "select free-standing cooking products" to a plant in Tulsa, Okla., and a yet-to-be-determined place in Mexico. The company said it expects the jobs to be eliminated this year, mostly through attrition and the reduction of temporary positions.

"These changes will improve the productivity and efficiency of our North American manufacturing platform," said David L. Swift, president of Whirlpool North America. "The production moves also ensure that we can continue to rapidly introduce innovative new products under our leading portfolio of brand names."