The closure of a rooster manufacturing unit that employs 730 folks goes forward, the Welsh authorities has stated.
In January poultry big 2 Sisters introduced plans to close its premises at Llangefni, Anglesey.
The Welsh authorities has now stated the corporate has put ahead “no viable plans”, and is “shifting forward with plans to stop manufacturing”.
2 Sisters stated it was “exploring each avenue” to assist and help its workforce.
After asserting the closure in January, the agency stated it will communicate with workers to discover the choices earlier than making last selections.
The agency has beforehand stated the manufacturing unit is outdated, certainly one of its smallest websites, and that merchandise may very well be made extra effectively elsewhere.
A 2 Sisters evaluation of the positioning, which it purchased in 2013, described it as “not sustainable” and missing house to be environment friendly, regardless of £5m being invested there.
The Welsh authorities stated a job power was assembly as soon as every week to co-ordinate “as a lot help as doable to help the employees impacted on account of the closure”.
Rhun ap Iorwerth, Plaid Cymru Member of the Senedd (MS) for Anglesey, stated the information was “heartbreaking” for employees and their households.
“I can guarantee you that there’s a willpower to do the whole lot doable to assist [the workers], to search out employment in fact, but additionally to deal with this blow in a time of hardship and through a price of dwelling disaster,” he added.
A Welsh authorities spokesperson stated: “It was disappointing to listen to from the corporate that the primary stage session had not introduced ahead any viable plans for two Sisters Ltd to take care of their website in Llangefni, and the corporate is now shifting forward with plans to stop manufacturing.
“The Welsh authorities will proceed to work with the UK authorities, Anglesey council, trades unions and different stakeholders to help the people and the area people.”
A spokesperson for two Sisters stated: “We proceed our constructive engagement with the Llangefni taskforce group and our central focus at this stage is to companion with all companies to help colleagues and discover each avenue in serving to them now and after the session interval.”