MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — An electronics company is closing its Manchester, New Hampshire plant.
The closing of EPM Global Electronic Services will cost 50 jobs.
The company isn't talking about the development, but Michael Power of the state's Workforce Opportunity Council, said about 30 employees were laid off at the end of last month.
The state's Rapid Response Team meets with EPM Global employees next week to give them information on unemployment benefits.
The company assembles and tests electronics, such as circuit boards, for other firms.