Skyline Corp. plans to close its manufactured-housing plant in Mansfield this spring if it cannot find a buyer for the facility, which would leave 105 employees without a job.
Skyline CEO Richard W. Florea informed workers about the plans Feb. 14, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. If no buyer is found, workers’ jobs are expected to be terminated between March 27 and April 10. Skyline also filed a WARN notice with the Texas Workforce Commission about the planned closure.
The Elkhart, Ind.-based company operates the 80,110-square-foot facility on 10 acres at 606 S. Second Ave. The property is valued at $1.8 million by the Tarrant Appraisal District.
Skyline said the Mansfield plant has been unable to operate profitably since it was converted from producing recreational vehicles to manufactured housing in 2014.
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The company designs, produces and sells manufactured housing throughout the United States and Canada, according to the company website.
Staff writer Steve Kaskovich contributed to this report.