Automotive world continues carving up Collins & Aikman

August 2007
Plastics News;8/6/2007, Vol. 19 Issue 23, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on a declaration made by David Youngman, spokesman of the company Collins & Aikman (C&A) Corp., regarding the possibility of either closure or selling of 12 plastics plants of C&A. Negotiations are in progress with potential buyers of those 12 plants. Workers at some of those sites have been told to prepare for closure, with customers paying to keep the plants running through the end of August 2007.


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