Transportation and logistics provider Cardinal Logistics Management Corp. announced 69 layoffs later this year as a result of a contracting change with Kroger. The layoffs will occur Dec. 2.
In a letter to state workforce officials on Monday, the company said it had “experienced an unexpected termination of a major business contract, causing a substantial reduction in business that will result in a mass layoff.”
Most of the affected workers are drivers, and efforts will be made to reassign them to other positions, Jeff Stupp, general counsel at Cardinal, said Tuesday.
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