4 June 2009
Transcontinental to shutter Bayweb plant in July, 100 will lose jobs
ELMVALE, ON—Transcontinental is closing it’s Bayweb plant in July, according to newspaper The Barrie Examiner. Located in Elmvale, Ont., about 20 km north of Barrie, Ont., the plant employs 100 people, and brings in about $10 to $20 million in sales a year.

According to the Examiner,  the plant is the largest employer in Elmvale, a town with a population of 1,700 people. Transcontinental did not respond to PrintCan by press time, but reports say that work from Bayweb will be transferred to Transcontinental’s other plants in Toronto, Owen Sound, Ont., and Brampton, Ont. More on that when news becomes available.

Bayweb opened in 1989 and prints direct mail products, flyers, and inserts, as well as newspapers and magazines.

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