Antigo Factory Anticipates Layoffs, Lack of Gov't Work to Blame

By: WSAW Staff
By: WSAW Staff

An estimated 25 employees could lose their job this fall at an Antigo factory.

A letter sent to the the Department of Workforce Development indicates due to the lack of government work Amron will begin layoffs September 1.

The factory manufactures medium caliber cartridge cases for the military.

Douglas Faragher, President of Amron, explains it unclear as to the exact number of employees who will lose their positions. The layoffs could continue through the end of the year.

When contacted Amron could not tell NewsChannel 7 the current number employees.


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