GM announced late last year that Lordstown along with three plants in the U.S. and one in Canada would close by early next year.
GM targeted the plant because of flagging demand for the subcompact Cruz sedan.
The two sites employ a total of 68 workers and produce 44,000 tonnes of tissue paper annually.
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Some GM vehicles, including the Chevrolet Blazer, Trax and GMC Terrain are made only in Mexico.
About 2,600 unionized workers and 340 other staff to lose jobs.
Ontario’s premier will sit down with GM executives Tuesday for his first face-to-face meeting since the company announced the Oshawa plant closure in November.
“GM today, by reconfirming their decision, has not only picked a fight frankly with Unifor, but they have picked a fight with all of Canada,” said Jerry Dias.
Company says closure will impact fewer than 100 plant workers.
Carrier announced in 2016 that it would close the Indianapolis plant and cut 1,400 jobs to save $65 million.
Dairy producer says existing facility doesn’t fit into its reorganization plans.
Production will be shifted to Gainesville, Ga. facility; shut down to put 383 employees out of work.
Company estimates the closure will result in an $800,000 after-tax impairment charge to write down equipment
Closure will impact 100 employees.
Loss caused by the company’s exit from the kraft paper business and closing a mill in Europe.