Friday, March 31, 2006

Delphi may close Adrian plant

Delphi Corp. may close the Adrian plant, putting 380 local union workers who make instrument panel parts out of work, the Detroit News reported today.
Closing the local Adrian plant would part of 14 plant closing across the U.S., according to U.A.W. officials briefed on the plan.
The news is part of the on-going financial turmoil for the bankrupt auto parts supplier.
A plant near Grand Rapids is the only Michigan plant that may survive, according to the Detroit Free Press.

3 Comments:

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How wonderful Joe supported CAFTA. Millianires get richer, workers get the shaft. Time to vote for a Democrat.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

The daily telegram reports today that the adrian plant is for sale, not necessarily closing. Looks like they are moving out of that product line and someone else might find it profitable. I predict these types of shakeouts are going to plague our state for a while as the auto industry adjusts to the world economy.

1:42 PM  

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