AngioDynamics to close down Warren County facilities

AngioDynamics to shut down in second half of 2025

AngioDynamics to shut down in second half of 2025

A Warren County manufacturer is telling employees Thursday that the company’s Queensbury and Glens Falls facilities will shut down by the second half of 2025.

AngioDynamics, a catheter and medical device manufacturer in the area for more than 35 years, employs 350 people at its facilities. The company, which has more than 1,000 employees globally, has an investor call scheduled for tomorrow.

A company spokesman said no jobs will be  immediately lost as the shutdown will take place over nearly two years and employees will be given transition support.

A variety of factors lead to the decision to close the facilities.

“This decision is driven by the combined pressures brought on by the pandemic, rising inflation, increasing supply chain constraints, and employee shortages,” said spokesman Saleem Cheeks in a statement.

“Together, it has placed unsustainable demands on our people and severely limited our manufacturing capabilities in our existing manufacturing footprint.”

Cheeks said that the company will be working with employees to provide details about the closure and helping them with the transition.