APPLETON – Cenveo informed the
Department of Workforce Development that it will be closing its
envelope manufacturing facility in Appleton in June.
According to the notice, about 148 employees will be laid off
due to the decision to close the facility at 3800 W. Wisconsin
Ave. Manufacturing and production operations will begin to be
shut down on June 8, during which most employees will be laid
off, according to the notice.
Cenveo said there is a bargaining unit at the facility and all
aspects of the collective bargaining agreement will be taken
into consideration, including bumping rights.
DWD will coordinate rapid response services with its regional
partner, the Bay Area Workforce Development Board.
Cenveo is a $2 billion company that manages and distributes
print and related offerings. It is headquartered in Stamford,
Conn., and has more than two dozen entities in more than 100
facilities across the U.S., as well as manufacturing operations
in Asia, South America and Central America.