Sunday, November 29, 2015
In Downingtown, aftermath of a plant closing
Posted on Fri, May 22, 2009
For more than 50 years, workers at the Reynolds Packaging plant in Downingtown have been printing packaging for consumer goods -- from pouch tobacco to chocolate milk. The facility has changed hands several times over those years, but its most recent owner, the Rank Group in New Zealand, decided to close the factory, putting more than 120 people out out of work.
Jane M. Von Bergen's jobbing blog and previous stories in the series
Elsewhere on the site:
How a Downingtown printing plant failed after 50 years

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