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Nitta Gelatin Inc. announces closure of Fayetteville facility

By Staff Report, posted 3 weeks ago
Logo pulled from the WARN Report filed with the NC Department of Commerce. 

A Fayetteville facility that specializes in manufacturing gelatin ingredient products will be permanently closing its doors and laying off 68 employees. 

Nitta Gelatin Inc., headquartered in Morrisville, NC,  alerted the NC Department of Commerce through a WARN report filed on Jan. 26 that its facility located at 4341 Production Drive in Fayetteville will be permanently closing on March 24, 2024. 

According to the WARN report, the decision to close this location was primarily driven by financial challenges and market conditions.

Affected positions include: 

Plant Manager

Engineers(Process & Controls)

Plant Accountant

Process Operators


Production Managers

Maintenance Manager

Maintenance Supervisor

Maintenance Technicians/Electricians

Maintenance Planner

Parts Room Clerk

Plant Welder

Logistics Manager

Supply Chain Manager

Warehouse Coordinator

QA Lab Technicians

QA Manager

QA Specialist

QA Field Technician

Purchasing & Inventory Specialists

Environmental Health Leader

Safety Leader

Nitta Gelatin Inc. specified in the report that all affected employees have been notified and their employees are not part of a union. 

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