The loss of a major truck frame contract with General Motors Corp. is taking its toll on a Dana Corp. plant in Reading, PA, that has been a metalworking site since the early 1900s. The company last week announced the downsizing of its Structural Products facility in Reading, a move that will eliminate about 600 jobs by next summer. The facility currently employs 1,200 people and at one time employed 3,000. Sources within the company say part of the plant will be demolished in mid 2000. ...

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