Roche Holding AG, the Swiss drugmaker, has announced plans to sell its drug manufacturing plant in Vacaville, California, potentially impacting its 800 employees. According to letters seen by Reuters, if Roche fails to find a buyer, the plant could be shut down by 2029.
The company stated that it anticipates reduced demand for the medicines produced at the facility and intends to focus on drugs targeting smaller patient populations. While Roche emphasized that there would be no immediate impact on operations or employees, concerns arise regarding potential job security and labor law compliance.
The issue of Roche layoffs in California is a developing story.
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