Square D lays off 31 workers

LINCOLN, NEBRASKA - Square D announced that it will cut 31 jobs at its Lincoln plant, citing slowing sales.

In an e-mail sent to employees, plant manager Mark Henning said the company needs to reduce its workforce to align production with its projected 2009 sales.

Square D, which is owned by the French company Schneider Electric, manufactures circuit breakers.

The layoffs are expected to go into effect January 5.



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