Kellogg closing 150-worker snack plant in Indiana

Kellogg Co. says it has decided to close an Indiana snack plant next year in a move to reduce production capacity.
 
The company said the plant in Seelyville, just east of Terre Haute and about 75 miles west of Indianapolis, is expected to begin shutting down in February and finish closing in September.
 
Kellogg spokeswoman Kris Charles said about 150 jobs will be affected by the closing decision that was announced to workers on Tuesday.
 
Charles said the Battle Creek, Michigan-based company determined its U.S. cracker manufacturing network had more production capacity than needed to meet demand.
Kellogg plans to close western Indiana snack plant next year 
SEELYVILLE, Ind. (AP) — Kellogg says it has decided to close a western Indiana snack plant next year in a move to reduce production capacity.
 
The company says the plant in the community of Seelyville just east of Terre Haute is expected to begin shutting down in February finish closing in September.
 
Kellogg spokeswoman Kris Charles says about 150 jobs will be affected by the closing decision that was announced to workers on Tuesday.
 
Charles says the Battle Creek, Michigan-based company determined its U.S. cracker manufacturing network had more production capacity than needed to meet demand.
Kellogg plans to close western Indiana snack plant next year
SEELYVILLE, Ind. (AP) — Kellogg says it has decided to close a western Indiana snack plant next year in a move to reduce production capacity.
The company says the plant in the community of Seelyville just east of Terre Haute is expected to begin shutting down in February finish closing in September.
Kellogg spokeswoman Kris Charles says about 150 jobs will be affected by the closing decision that was announced to workers on Tuesday.
Charles says the Battle Creek, Michigan-based company determined its U.S. cracker manufacturing network had more production capacity than needed to meet demand.

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