plant closing


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Noun1.plant closing - act of shutting down operation of a plant
closedown, shutdown, closing, closure - termination of operations; "they regretted the closure of the day care center"
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This article is based on "Final Report: The Effects of Plant Closing or Threat of Plant Closing on the Right of Workers to Organize.
In July 1988, Congress passed the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act, which requires employers (with 100 or more workers) to give workers and local government officials 60 days advance notice of a plant closing or a layoff that is planned to last at least 6 months and that involves at least 500 workers or one-third of an employer's work force.
NASDAQ: MDCI), a leading supplier of medical and surgical disposable products, today announced that after extensive review of its recently acquired Medegen Medical Products, LLC ("Medegen") operations, Medical Action will implement a plant closing of Medegen's leased facility in Northglenn, Colorado.
which made printed circuit boards, called 350 workers back from a temporary shutdown and informed them the plant closing was permanent, due to a slump in demand in the U.
Howland argues against industrial protection policies designed to slow plant closing rates.
The plant closing is part of the Company's ongoing plan to maximize utilization of its facilities and eliminate excess costs.
HERE Local 438 and their statements made to the public over the last several weeks concerning SFI's planned Burlington Plant closing.
The plant closing will result in the loss of 125 jobs.
Three years ago when Goodyear was facing financial insolvency, the union agreed to a series of concessions, including a plant closing at Huntsville, Ala.
The Philadelphia plant closing comes despite recent investments of millions of dollars in automation technology and facility upgrades in an effort to make staying in Philadelphia more competitive.
Hundreds of workers, who are the latest victims of the rash of recent mass layoffs and plant closing announcements to hit Southcentral Pennsylvania, will participate in a Job Crisis Press Conference with Pennsylvania AFL-CIO President William M.
Hooker will continue to evaluate domestic production schedules and capacity in light of demand for domestically manufactured products, Toms said, adding, "As a result of the Roanoke plant closing, the Martinsville facility should return to near capacity by year end, improving operating efficiency.