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Spartech Streamlining - Greenville Benefits

GREENVILLE – On Tuesday, Spartech, LLC met with employees of the Hackensack, NJ facility to inform them that the Hackensack operations will be relocating to other existing locations. With the same announcement, the Greenville plant got good news.

From the October 18, 2018 edition of The Early Bird

By Ryan Berry, Editor

GREENVILLE – On Tuesday, Spartech, LLC met with employees of the Hackensack, NJ facility to inform them that the Hackensack operations will be relocating to other existing locations. With the same announcement, the Greenville plant got good news.

According to Spartech, this move is intended to streamline operations and better serve customers by integrating key operations into other existing acrylic manufacturing facilities. This change helps them leverage expertise in Stamford, Conn. and Goodyear, Ariz. where secondary operations will be expanded to more efficiently deliver value to their customers. The bulk of the warehousing will move to an existing location at Jaysville-St. Johns Road, Greenville.

Darke County Economic Development Director Mike Bowers was excited to hear positive news coming from Spartech. He admitted the last time he talked with the company they were getting a WARN Notice (Worker Adjustment Retraining Notification) to let the city know that layoffs were coming.

Bowers is glad the Jaysville-St. Johns Road facility has been put “in play” for the business. The facility originally housed the production department before they moved to a larger facility on Lansdowne Avenue in the industrial park. In the past few years it has been used for some warehouse storage, but with this announcement that role will be increased. Bowers noted the company plans to add 20 new positions......

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