Printing Plant in Cherry Hill Closing

Printing Plant is closing in Cherry Hill

A South Jersey newspaper under Gannett ownership is set to lay off nearly 140 employees in Cherry Hill, affecting both its own printing operations and those of the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News. According to a notice filed under the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act on Thursday, the Courier Post announced the closure of its production facility on June 23. This closure will result in the termination of 139 full and part-time positions in the mailroom and press operations.

Located adjacent to the Courier Post offices on Cuthbert Boulevard in Cherry Hill, the facility handles printing and packaging for several South Jersey and regional newspapers, including the Courier-Post, the Burlington County Times, and the Vineland Daily Journal—all owned by Gannett. Additionally, it prints the Inquirer, which is owned by the Lenfest Institute. When contacted by the Business Journal via email, the Courier Post declined to specify other non-Gannett publications affected by the closure.

*Article courtesy of Philadelphia Business Journal

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