WEBSTER CITY, Iowa (AP) -- Electrolux is laying off about 150 more workers at its Webster City laundry plant as the company moves some of its washer and dryer production to Mexico.
The cuts announced Friday will be effective June 15.
Company spokesman Tony Evans says the layoffs are temporary and that workers could be recalled if business conditions improve.
Including the layoffs announced last week, about 500 Electrolux employees have lost their jobs since last November.
Electrolux announced in 2006 that it would eliminate jobs in Webster City because production of its front-loading washing machines and companion dryers would move to Mexico.
The company also is closing its Webster City plant that makes central vacuum systems. Production is moving to Mexico.