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Donnelley to close Jefferson printing factory nearly 500 job losses

Number of visits: Date:8/15/2013 07:01:03 PM
 United States, August 2, 2013, located in United States, Colorado, Jefferson (Jefferson) city, the world's largest commercial printer RR Donnelley told Jefferson subsidiaries employees, formally closed the factory will begin later this year. In a report to the local government and employees referred to in the notification, Donnelley would have 475 after October 1 are facing unemployment.
 
  Jefferson subsidiaries founded in 1964, formerly known as Von Hoffmann printing company business, 2007, RR Donnelley for $ 400 million bid. Company focused on the commercial printing and related services, including digital publications.
 
  Donnelley Corporation announced the news after many long service in the company of old and new employees was shocked, hope they listed their names do not appear on the layoff list.
 
  "We knew something was going to happen, but still unacceptable. "One in the Jefferson factory, said the 31-year-old employee with frustration. But with the company for 15 years, his wife often work overtime, probably won't be laying off employees. "He was informed around October 1 will be officially suspended. Both of us were shocked, we know that sooner or later things would occur, but didn't expect it to be so fast. "This lady is also very regretful said.
 
  The beginning of 2013, Donnelley Corporation announced the closure of the Ohio plants, lead to 200 staff layoffs, while Green Bay (GreenBay) port also announced the closure of the factory. In this regard, the Donnelley official also said the company is affected by market conditions make this difficult decision. United States, Colorado, Jefferson expressed disappointment at the local Government of RR Donnelley's move.

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