Henredon to close upholstered furniture plant in Mount Airy, N.C.

MOUNT AIRY, N.C. — Henredon Furniture is closing an upholstered furniture plant here, according to a report in the Mount Airy News. More than 100 people will be laid off as a result of the closing, which will take place over several months.

The 102,500-square-foot facility is owned by Furniture Brands International, Henredon's parent company.

The Mount Airy plant's operations will be moved to a 334,000-square-foot facility near Hickory, N.C., leased by the company, the report said.

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