BALTIMORE—A former American Color Graphics printing plant in Medina, OH, which had been scheduled to be shut down this summer, has been spared from the chopping block for now. According to the Akron Beacon Journal, parent company Vertis Communications felt that changing business conditions warranted allowing the facility to stay open through the middle of 2010.
BALTIMORE—A former American Color Graphics facility within the Vertis Communications chain has closed its doors permanently and another will shut down operations completely by next June, according to several news sources.
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