By  on April 27, 2009

The union that staffs Hugo Boss’ Cleveland factory claims the Metzingen, Germany-based company plans to close the facility next year and eliminate hundreds of jobs.

The factory, which has served as the center of Boss’ American suit production and distribution for 20 years, may go dark as soon as April 2010 when the union employees’ contract expires, according to leaders at Workers United. The facility, which produces 150,000 suits a year, employs more than 400 workers, 320 of which are union members.

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