Plainview Plant To Temporarily Close - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

1/24/09

Plainview Plant To Temporarily Close

In Hale County, the Plainview Bio-energy facility plans to shutdown temporarily. Manager Chuck Fryar tells the Plainview Daily Herald that the ethanol plant's parent company decided to idle the plant due to poor ethanol profit margins.

Fryar says 42-employees will remain on staff during the temporary shutdown.

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