Secaucus printing company lays off workers, plans to shut
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SECAUCUS AND BEYOND – AFL Web Printing in Secaucus plans to lay off its remaining union members and close its Secaucus plant by mid-February after losing two accounts worth $10 million, according to The Record.

According to the news report, a letter from AFL Web Printing’s vice president of operations, Raymond McCandless, to Local 1 of the Amalgamated Lithographers of America, a New York union that represents workers at the Secaucus plant, says that the company will lay off the employees by Dec. 21. About 50 union members, along with non-union workers remain at the plant.

The company is lead by Antoinette Franceschini, president and CEO, who took over November 2010. The chief financial officer is Jeffrey D. Patterson, who was appointed January 2011.

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