Guardian Makes Cutbacks at Sandusky, Ohio, Plant
November 20, 2009

Guardian Automotive recently laid off approximately 65 full-time employees at its facility in Upper Sandusky, Ohio. The cuts were effective November 13.

The plant supplies windshields to the RV, heavy truck, construction, bus, school bus and passenger car aftermarket/replacement glass industries.

The company attributes the layoff to the continuing weakness in the economy.

“Unfortunately due to the continuing weakness in the economy and recent reductions in business volume, these cuts needed to be made,” says Guardian spokesperson Amy Hennes. “The plant continues to run a three-shift operation in anticipation of a future rebound in business.”

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