CLEVELAND, N.C. (AP) -- The Freightliner plant in Rowan County will shut down for a number of days to adjust its production schedule.
The Salisbury Post reported no layoffs are planned at the Freightliner plant in Cleveland. The company did not say how many days the plant will close.
Daimler Trucks North America says the move comes in response to an industry-wide reduction in truck orders.
The newspaper reported only about half of the 1,100 new jobs announced in January have been filled.