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Ariens closing Nebraska plant, affecting nearly 200 workers | KRVN Radio

Ariens closing Nebraska plant, affecting nearly 200 workers

Ariens closing Nebraska plant, affecting nearly 200 workers

Auburn,  Neb. —  An outdoor power equipment company is closing its plant in southeast Nebraska.

Ariens Co. said in an announcement Thursday that nearly 200 employees at its Auburn plant will be affected. The shutdown is expected to be finished between Aug. 17 and Oct. 15.

Production will be moved to the company headquarters plant in Brillion, Wisconsin, as a way to hold down costs.

The company says full-time Auburn employees will be provided with a severance package based on the number of years they’ve worked at the plant. And employees may apply for positions at the Wisconsin facility, with the assistance of a relocation bonus.

Ariens bought the Auburn plant in November 2007 from Auburn Consolidated Industries.

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