GE to Close Rochester Plant, Move Production to Supplier
GE plant.

General Electric Corp. (GE) announced that it is closing its plant in Rochester next year and moving operations to China. 

While GE did not say how many people work at the Rochester Science Park, the company did say that fewer than 100 jobs would be affected when the plant closes next June. 

The production of the electronic boards that are assembled at the plant will be taken over by Florida-based Jabil Inc. (JBL) in China. 

GE shares were up 0.16% to $25.60 in morning trading Wednesday. 

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