Inteva Products Inc. is permanently laying off 149 employees at its Adrian, Mich. plant.
The layoffs are effective March 4, a Jan. 3 WARN notice said.
Inteva did not immediately respond to inquiry for comment by Plastics News, including if the Adrian plant is closing.
The Adrian plant covers 1 million square feet and produces door modules, door trim, glove boxes, instrument panels and quarter panels. It was once home to General Motors' auto interiors production. GM spun off the operation into Delphi Corp., which then spun off Inteva in 2008.
The company has notified employees or their union representative at the United Auto Workers of Local #2031, the notice said. The collective bargaining agreement does contain bumping rights.