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Nova Chemicals cutting as many as 45 auto-related jobs |

Nova Chemicals cutting as many as 45 auto-related jobs

The Tribune-Review
| Friday, June 26, 2009 12:00 a.m

Nova Chemicals Corp. plans to cut 30 to 45 jobs at a Potter, Beaver County, plant which will stop making a resin often used in automobile instrument panels and consoles.

Nova officials say the company will stop making its Dylark resin sometime in the third quarter of this year at the plant. Nova is cutting the product line because of economic problems in the automobile industry.

Most of the 130 workers laid off as the same plant last year have been recalled. Nova still has about 275 employees at the Potter plant and 250 more at a plant in Moon.

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