STEVENSVILLE, Mont. (AP) — One of the largest employers in Stevensville says a loss of projects is leading to reduced hours and layoffs for about 100 of its 120 employees.
Selway Corp. operations manager Randy Osgood tells KTMF-TV (bit.ly/2f27LV3) that he believes the reductions at the steel fabrication plant will be temporary.
Osgood says Selway is built on supporting the natural resource market, which is experiencing a downturn. He says there are some potential projects that could create more work next year and he hopes the reductions are temporary.
Selway Corp. is an employee-owned fabrication facility in Stevensville, a town of about 1,800 south of Missoula.
Information from: abcfoxmontana.com