hearing some plants are closing
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I worked at Hennagan owned by RRD in Florence Ky after massive cutbacks and lay offs, we got a 60 day notice that they were closing. NIce people good bosses for the most part. Word is we just wernt making enough money to Justify RRD keeping it
It reality, it's just a matter of time until all RRD plants close. The upper management is just riding this out to collect their inflated multi million dollar salaries as long as they can get away with it. RRD is heading to the ditch no two ways about it. It's just a matter of how long they can prolong it and keep collecting money for doing a horrible job.
Chicago (Precision Dialogue Direct) @ 5501 W. Grand is closing soon, employees have been given notice and equipment is being removed.
Westland Printers in Maryland
RRD brought CGX because they knew how to take care of customers and manage accounts. RRD does not care about its customers or employees your just a number to them. Clear out the management and people making stupid decisions and this company and their stock will soar. Too many mangers and not enough works. Joe Davis knew how to run and company RRD has no clue. Keep changing things and soon the entire company will be out of business. The board or directors needs to wake up and talk to employees that are doing the work!
Tucker (NY), Nies (MO), AndersonLA (CA) are the plants that are closing.
June 15 doors closed for Nies
June 30 tentatively for Tucker, official lights out July 31
AndersonLA was lights out due to COVID-19 but early June announcement was doors permanently closing
GSL Litho in Sacramento is merging into PSP, this was prior to COVID-19 and merger has been put on hold due to COVID-19.
heard tucker, st louis and now LA
Carrollton had a workforce reduction very bad for a big corporate company during the covid pandemic
The grapevine has it that the Rochester NY plant (Tucker) is closing up.
Read that a plant in St Louis is closing permanently.