Logistics firm closing in Plainfield, leaving 126 jobless

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Addison, Ill-based NAL Worldwide LLC will close its Plainfield location March 31, putting 126 employees out of work.

The company, which provides third-party logistics and supply-chain services, this week notified the Indiana Department of Workforce Development of the upcoming job losses.

The closing of the Perry Road site near Indianapolis International Airport resulted from a customer’s decision to cease operations at the location, the notice said.

Of the 126 workers expected to lose their jobs, 41 are material handlers and 35 are configuration technicians. NAL said some of the employees might have the opportunity to transfer to another unit within the company.

NAL provides supply-chain services for companies in the communications, high-tech, health care and retail industries.

It had revenue of $75 million in 2009.


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