Ball to close Brampton, Ont. packaging plant
Plastics packaging supplier Ball Corporation announced plans to close its packaging plant in Brampton, Ont. by end ...
Plastics packaging supplier Ball Corporation announced plans to close its packaging plant in Brampton, Ont. by end of the third quarter of 2008.
The closed operations will be consolidated into the company’s other plastic packaging manufacturing facilities in North America, the company said.
Ball, headquartered in North America in Broomfield, Co., acquired the facility in 2006 when it purchased various North American plastic bottle container assets of Alcan Packaging. The Brampton plant produces polypropylene bottles in various shapes and sizes for food processing customers.
The approximately 90 employees in the Brampton plant will be provided with severance and outplacement services, the company said.
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