Larson Manufacturing lays off workers

Date: 24 November 2011
LAKE MILLS, Iowa — Larson Manufacturing reduced its workforce this month at its Lake Mills and Clear Lake locations by 68.

Some of the reduction came through voluntary resignations and through relocations. Most came through layoffs Thursday, the majority of which were in Clear Lake but many in Lake Mills, too.

The move comes as the largest maker of storm doors and windows in the United States consolidates its Clear Lake and Lake Mills manufacturing plants.

Larson Manufacturing said the Lake Mills plant is newer, has up-to-date technology and a greater manufacturing capacity.

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