Clarington, California — Claremont Electric is announcing it will close its electrical appliance service and close its manufacturing facility in Claremont, California, on Tuesday, March 14.
Clarendon Electric will begin to close the Claremont manufacturing facility and the Clarendon Electrical Appliance service and equipment manufacturing facility at 10:00 a.m. on March 15, 2017.
All Claringmont employees who have been with the company for more than five years will lose their jobs, Claringwood said in a statement.
The closure is expected to affect approximately 6,200 people.
“This closure is the result of a complex restructuring of our operations and manufacturing that has been in the works for the last five years,” the company said in the statement.
Clarewood also said it will be closing a number of locations throughout California.
As a result of the closures, Claremont customers will have to choose between paying for services or switching to an alternative service provider.
Claringwood Electric will be using an all-new fleet of equipment that will include more than 2,300 full-size electric vehicles, 1,400 hybrids and 1,500 plug-in hybrids.
It also will be buying electric and hybrid power sources to replace some of its old, obsolete and obsolete equipment.
New customer vehicles will be able to go from Claremont to Claremont on the same route as their older, conventional, plug-ins.
The Claremont company said it is committed to the continued success of the Clarewood Electric Service and Equipment manufacturing and manufacturing operations.