Henryville-based forestry company, Henry-ville-Forestry-Mulcher, announced plans on Wednesday to relocate 1,000 workers to Mexico from the California area, as it seeks to fill a growing demand for its equipment and service in Mexico.
The move, which is expected to begin in late 2018, comes amid a nationwide trade war that has resulted in the closure of some 3,000 factories and shuttered thousands of businesses in California and across the U.S.
The company, which has more than 1,400 employees in California, announced the move after announcing last month that it would invest $3 billion in the California region and expand its workforce in the state.
The move comes as the Trump administration has been pushing hard for more jobs in the U, and as California has been hit by a sharp decline in the number of jobs in manufacturing.
In May, Trump signed an executive order directing the Department of Labor to investigate the closure and closing of the largest of the state’s three manufacturing plants.
“Our intent is to bring more jobs to the state of California as a result of the Trump Administration’s actions and policies,” Henryville Chief Executive Officer Mike Stauffer said in a statement on Wednesday.
“As we continue to grow, we will remain committed to bringing additional jobs to our state and we are confident that we can achieve that goal in the near future.”
The Henryville company has been a leader in the use of mulching equipment, with products such as the Henryville Fire-Control Tool and the Henry-Valley Fire-control Tool.
The company’s Mulcher Machine is used in a wide variety of applications, including in the construction industry, including construction and demolition.
“The Henry-Williams Mulcher machine is used for fire suppression, fire fighting, building demolition, and in many other uses,” Henry-Willef said in the statement.
“Its design and technology is based on the design and construction of the old Henry-Rutherford mulcher machine.
It is also a versatile tool that can be used in many different applications.”
Henryville-Moulcher has been in the business of mulchering for more than a century, since its founder, William Henry, started manufacturing the mulcher in 1872.
The machine was later expanded to include the Henryvillian mulcher that is used to cover trees, shrubs, grasses, shrubbery and weeds in residential and commercial areas.
Henryville’s Mulchers are among the most popular among farmers, and the company has expanded to the larger and more sophisticated Henryville Machine, the Mulcher of the Year, which offers greater functionality.
The Henryville Mulcher is used by many in the forestry industry, such as those in the industry that produce mulch on the side of the road, as well as in the logging industry.
Henry-ville is one of three companies in the Henry County, Calif., area to have announced plans to build new production facilities in Mexico, following other companies like Henryville Farms and Henryville Power.
Henryville has about 3,500 employees in the Cali area.
The Henryvillians Mulcher, the Henry Valley Fire- Control Tool, and Henry-River Power, as the name suggests, are designed to be used as fire suppression tools and mulchers.
The products are manufactured by Henryville and its subsidiary Henry-Village Fire-Climbers, and are designed for use in forested areas where fires are common, or when they are in the process of spreading.
Henryvill’s Mulch, the Fire- control Tool, is used on the landscape and is similar to a mulcher.
The Mulch Machine, however, is designed for mulching under artificial fire and is not intended to be utilized on the land.
Henryvill, the biggest tenant in the growing Henryville Industry, has a presence in many agricultural areas across the California Peninsula, including the San Joaquin Valley and the Fresno area, and it has a major presence in the Santa Barbara County area.
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