Teleflex closing Maryland plant

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Teleflex Marine, which manufactures steering controls, is closing its Hagerstown, Md., plant.

The closure means the loss of 93 jobs, according to a report filed with the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation.

The closure, which was posted Dec. 8, is effective Feb. 6, according to the filing.

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