USA: Irving Tanning's Reorganisation Plan Saves 300 Jobs
Up to 300 jobs have been saved at a firm that produces leather for the footwear and fashion accessories industry after a bankruptcy court approved Irving Tanning Co's reorganisation plan. The Hartland, Maine-based company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection 17 months ago amid soaring cattle hide prices and the demise of US shoe making companies.
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