7 January 2021
Quad Closing Three Plants Early
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Second largest American printer
 Quad citing volume declines in an already challenging retail environment and exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, announcing it will permanently cease print manufacturing operations at three production facilities in early 2021, impacting approximately 650 workers. Work currently performed in these commercial printing plants will be consolidated into other existing Quad locations. Quad's  Fernley, Nevada , plant will close in late January. The 480,000-sq.-ft. facility specializes in retail advertising inserts and employs approximately 75 people. Oklahoma City plant will be shuttered in early March. Employing approximately 400 workers, the plant produces magazines, catalogs, and retail advertising inserts. The Nashville, Tenn., facility will permanently close by mid-April. The 107,000-sq.-ft. plant specializes in retail advertising inserts and employs approximately 175 people.
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