The company will be closing operations in Orchard park and West Seneca, both in New York. The lay offs will occur in phases yet to be announced. Gaymar's production lines will be relocated to other sites next year.
These cuts are part of Stryker's efforts to reduce its workforce by 5 percent and cutting annual pretax operating costs by more than $100 million.
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Stryker Closes Two Gaymar Industries LocationsWritten by Laura Miller | December 12, 2011
Gaymar Industries, which was acquired by Stryker last year for $150 million, recently announced it would close operations at two locations and eliminate 160 jobs, according to a Buffalo News report.
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