Fighting Takeover Bid, Banta Cuts Costs, Leaves Future Options Open

October 2006
Educational Marketer;10/16/2006, Vol. 37 Issue 30, p3
Trade Publication
The article reports on the launching of a $35 million cost-cutting initiative by the Menasha, Wisconsin-based Banta Corp., which provides printing and supply chain management services. Banta is laying off %6 of its workforce and closing five printing plants. Moreover, the company plans to close another two of its printing plants Eden Prairie, Minnesota and in Spanish Fork, Utah. The company expects to terminate 500 jobs as a result of its actions.


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