Harley-Davidson halting U.S. production after positive coronavirus test

Shutdown will last through at least March 29

Harley-Davidson Milwaukee Eight engines assembled at the Pilgrim Road powertrain plant.
Harley-Davidson Milwaukee Eight engines assembled at the Pilgrim Road powertrain plant.

Last updated on May 11th, 2020 at 07:25 pmMilwaukee-based Harley-Davidson Inc. will temporarily suspend production at its three U.S. manufacturing facilities after an employee at its Pilgrim Road Powertrain Operations plant tested positive for COVID-19. “We recognize the unprecedented nature of this global crisis. In order to best support our employees and following the social

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