Harvard shuts plant after deal collapses

Wilson, Amy
June 2002
Automotive News;6/24/2002, Vol. 76 Issue 5988, p8
Trade Publication
Reports the termination of Hayes-Albion operation of the Harvard Industries. Factors contributing to the closure; Market performance of the plant; Labor agreement secured by TBM Industries with UAW local.


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