Tri-Glas Manufacturing Plant Closing

After more than 30 years, one of the largest employers in Daleville will be closing, leaving more than 60 people unemployed.

The Tri-Glas manufacturing plant in Daleville will say goodbye to the Wiregrass in April of this year.

The company specializes is making tonneau covers for pick up trucks, and van conversion tops, but Tri-Glas officials say they're having a difficult time finding customers.

"Over the last two years with truck sales being down, our business has decreased and at the same time we have been in the midst of a raw material price increase,” says Tri-Glas General Manager Sherill Whitaker.

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600450 Tri-Glas Manufacturing Plant Closing
Date: 1 March 2007

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