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June 6, 2000
Tandycrafts Inc. announced that it has stopped production at its Pinnacle Art & Frame manufacturing and distribution facility in Van Nuys. Manufacturing will be shifted to the company's new plant in Durango, Mexico, and distribution operations will be handled at the company's Fort Worth, Texas, corporate headquarters. Tandycrafts produces and markets a variety of specialty home and office products, including frames, wall decor, furnishings and gifts.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 6, 2000
Tandycrafts Inc. announced that it has stopped production at its Pinnacle Art & Frame manufacturing and distribution facility in Van Nuys. Manufacturing will be shifted to the company's new plant in Durango, Mexico, and distribution operations will be handled at the company's Fort Worth, Texas, corporate headquarters. Tandycrafts produces and markets a variety of specialty home and office products, including frames, wall decor, furnishings and gifts.
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June 12, 1999 | Bloomberg News
Tandycrafts Inc., maker of picture frames and office supplies, plans to close its plant in Van Nuys and fire up to 400 workers, or 18% of its work force, to reduce costs. Tandycrafts said it will replace the manufacturing facility with a new plant in Mexico and will move the plant's distribution and sales operations to its headquarters in Fort Worth. The company said some of the Van Nuys employees will be relocated and others will be fired, beginning in about three months.
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February 16, 2000 | Edgar Sandoval
Tandycrafts Inc., a Texas-based maker of home and office products, said it will close its plant in Van Nuys by the end of June, firing about 400 workers, or 18% of its work force, as part of a broader restructuring. The company has begun moving the work, mostly manufacturing of picture frames, to Durango, Mexico, and hopes to save about $5 million by moving south of the border, spokesman Brian Edwards said.
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