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February 4, 1998 | Bloomberg News
Ameron International Corp. said it will close its concrete pipe plant in Portland, Ore., in March and move the work to a California plant to improve efficiency and reduce costs. The Pasadena-based maker of steel, concrete and fiberglass pipes will move the work to a larger plant in Tracy. Chief Financial Officer Gary Wagner said some of the 40 to 50 workers at the Oregon plant will be offered transfers.
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July 3, 1998 | CHARLES PILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Intel Corp. said Thursday that it will temporarily close two microprocessor plants in Aloha, Ore., beginning this weekend in response to an oversupply of chips for the PC market. None of the 1,700 employees affected will be laid off, said Intel spokesman Tom Waldrop, though most will be on enforced vacation leave during the 10-day closure. Some may be eligible for a voluntary separation program, part of a plan announced in April to reduce the company's total labor force by 3,000, he added.
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July 3, 1998 | CHARLES PILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Intel Corp. said Thursday that it will temporarily close two microprocessor plants in Aloha, Ore., beginning this weekend in response to an oversupply of chips for the PC market. None of the 1,700 employees affected will be laid off, said Intel spokesman Tom Waldrop, though most will be on enforced vacation leave during the 10-day closure. Some may be eligible for a voluntary separation program, part of a plan announced in April to reduce the company's total labor force by 3,000, he added.
BUSINESS
February 4, 1998 | Bloomberg News
Ameron International Corp. said it will close its concrete pipe plant in Portland, Ore., in March and move the work to a California plant to improve efficiency and reduce costs. The Pasadena-based maker of steel, concrete and fiberglass pipes will move the work to a larger plant in Tracy. Chief Financial Officer Gary Wagner said some of the 40 to 50 workers at the Oregon plant will be offered transfers.
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