HP invented its inkjet technology – which has been used for inkjet cartridges for more than 20 years – at Corvallis, Oregon, in the 1980s and has had a major impact on the local jobs market and the economy ever since.
However, the Oregonian reports that the office products manufacturer could be set to axe up to 400 jobs at the site, moving production of some of its office equipment ranges to California and other sites around the world.
Despite this, HP‘s vice president Steve Nigro told the publication: "We’ll want to take on our most challenging projects in our most capable sites.
"Corvallis is HP‘s most advanced technology site."
Together, the partnership aims to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by as much as 500 tonnes per year.
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