On Friday, Milacron informed employees at the DME mold base manufacturing facility in Youngwood, PA, that all operations will be moving to DME’s facility in Greenville, MI, later this summer. This move is to align the needs of DME’s continuously expanding customer base with new and improved manufacturing capabilities, Milacron said in a press release.
The reorganization will affect 63 positions, primarily in manufacturing. Milacron’s DME product brand will continue to manufacture mold bases in the United States at the Greenville facility. Milacron said that, where possible, it would offer relocation to Youngwood-based employees for available positions across all Milacron sites, including Greenville.
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