CENTRAL LAKE, Mich. -A northern Michigan body armor factory that makes body armor for law enforcement and other users will close in June.
Second Chance Armor Inc. employs 88 people at its plant in Central Lake.
WWTV-WWUP reports the workers were told about the shutdown Wednesday. The company says it is developing severance packages for employees and offering some of them jobs at a plant in another state.
Second Chance Armor has gone through several ownership changes over the years. It presently is part of the Safariland Group, owned by BAE Systems.