Glass factory closed again, hundreds rendered jobless

RAMGARH: Indo-Asahi Glass (IAG), one of the oldest glass manufacturing factory of the country at Bhadani Nagar of Ramgarh district, stopped production by cooling down its unit on Friday.

This is the second time when the company was closed and workers were retrenched.

In 2004, the IAG, which was owned by Ahmedabad-based Khemka group, cooled down its production units, which resumed operations by new owners in 2009.

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600450 Glass factory closed again, hundreds rendered jobless
Date: 7 April 2011

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