Mich. PPG Facility Closing, Laying Off 46

Feb. 6, 2019
A coatings operations facility in Livonia, Mich. is closing, and officials have plans to lay off dozens of employees.

Feb. 6, 2019—A coatings operations facility in Livonia, Mich. is closing and officials are planning to lay off 46 employees.

PPG Coating Services is permanently ceasing operations at its facility at 31774 Enterprise Drive in Livonia, the company announced. The planned closure date is June 30 but the company expects layoffs to be coming earlier based on customer requirements.

PPG will attempt to transfer employees into other PPG facilities based on position availability. Employees who remain in good standing with the company will be eligible for severance pay.

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