ELIZABETH, W.Va. -- Mustang Survival says it will close its plant in Elizabeth and consolidate operations with its facility in Spencer.
The company says in a news release that workers at the Elizabeth plant will be offered an opportunity to transfer to the Spencer facility.
Mustang Survival President Jim Hartt says the consolidation supports the company's future business objectives.
Elizabeth Mayor Penny McVay tells the Parkersburg News and Sentinel that the plant is the only industry in the city and in Wirt County. She's concerned about the loss of tax revenue.
Mustang Survival designs and manufactures aerospace and marine safety and survival equipment.