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ABC Company in Nappanee plans to close bus refurbishing factory, up to 160 will lose jobs

160 people work at ABC Companies and an executive says many workers will have a chance to for jobs at nearby plants.

Posted on May 14, 2014 at 7:10 a.m.

NAPPANEE — A company is planning to shut down a northern Indiana factory where about 160 people have been overhauling Greyhound buses.

An executive of ABC Companies says many of those workers at the factory in the Elkhart County town of Nappanee will have the chance for jobs at a nearby plant where it will be building double-decker buses.

Company vice president Jon Savitz tells the South Bend Tribune that it will be producing 75 to 100 double-decker buses a year for a Scottish company.

ABC Companies says it expects to close the bus refurbishing factory by Sept. 15.

This story is developing. Check The Elkhart Truth later for more information.

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