SodaStream, an Israeli company that has had a production facility in a West Bank settlement, has ceased West Bank production as of about a month ago. The plant should be closed entirely during the third quarter. Whether the move is a direct result of boycotts is an open question - company officials say it isn't, but others, including some Israeli sources, say it is. The company claims that consolidating production in one plant inside Israel will save them money.
The plant had 500 Palestinian employees, 450 Israeli Arab employees, and 350 Jewish Israeli employees. The factory was noted for being one of the few facilities where Israelis and Palestinians worked side by side in large numbers, for being the West Bank's largest private employer, and for paying Palestinian employees way higher wages than the Weat Bank average (three to five times higher, depending on who you ask).
The company is attempting to get work permits inside Israel for its Palestinian employees but I have not found a source that updates this information, which is probably still in process so there may be nothing to update.