GRETNA, Va. (AP) -- Auto-parts producer TECHMA USA has ceased production and closed its plant in Gretna.
The Japanese-owned company ceased production Tuesday, after 12 years of operation. The closure resulted in 89 layoffs.
Company officials announced in January that the plant would cease operations in mid-March.
The company manufactures electrical components and cable harness assemblies for the automotive industry. It's a subsidiary of TECHMA Corp. of Japan.
At one time, the plant employed about 200 people.