Micron Semiconductor Asia lays off 150 from four facilities, 30 from Singapore
Chip manufacturer Micron Semiconductor Asia is cutting 150 staff, including 30 Singaporeans, across its four facilities here.
The layoffs, which will have been completed by Monday, affect technicians, operators, engineers and some managers.
This latest retrenchment exercise comes on the back of an announcement last week that Japanese chemicals firm ISK will shut its facility in Singapore and axe 195 staff.
Micron employs about 7,500 workers here in its three manufacturing plants and a test and assembly facility.