Pilkington to lay off 75

As many as 75 people will be laid off at the Pilkington plant in Laurinburg following a decision by the plant’s owners to scale back production.

The Laurinburg Exchange reported earlier this week that Japan-based Nippon Sheet Glass Group, which owns the plant, plans to “idle” one of the two production lines at Pilkington due to market factors.Read more: The Laurinburg Exchange - Pilkington to lay off 75

As many as 75 people will be laid off at the Pilkington plant in Laurinburg following a decision by the plant’s owners to scale back production.

The Laurinburg Exchange reported earlier this week that Japan-based Nippon Sheet Glass Group, which owns the plant, plans to “idle” one of the two production lines at Pilkington due to market factors.

Read more: The Laurinburg Exchange - Pilkington to lay off 75

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