Pepsi to close bottling operation in Fargo, eliminating 16 jobs

PepsiCo has decided to shut down its bottling operations and eliminate 16 jobs in Fargo, N.D., Forum Communications reports. The company will keep about 300 warehouse and sales positions in the area.
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PepsiCo has decided to shut down its bottling operations and eliminate 16 jobs in Fargo, N.D., Forum Communications reports. The company will keep about 300 warehouse and sales positions in the area.

A spokesperson for Pepsi told the newspaper “We’re committed to supporting the people who were affected by this action by offering relocation assistance and outplacement training, including resume support and career coaching."

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