KENDALLVILLE, Ind. (AP) — A northeastern Indiana printing operation will close by the end of the year, eliminating more than 300 jobs, its Chicago-based parent company has informed the state.
LSC Communications US cited “continued deterioration of market conditions” for its decision to close one of its two Kendallville plants, the company said in a notice filed with the Indiana Department of Workforce Development.
Layoffs are scheduled to begin Oct. 1, The Journal Gazette reported.
The plant will close permanently on Dec. 23, a company official said in the filing.
LSC’s other Kendallville plant will not be affected by the closure, the filing said.