By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun
5:55 PM EDT, April 10, 2012
Payment and marketing services company Harland Clarke says it will cut 125 jobs at its Glen Burnie facility, leaving 70 to 80 employees there as it moves printing and production work out of state.
The company expects the reductions will begin this summer and end in June 2013. Employees will be encouraged to apply for positions elsewhere in the San Antonio-based company but will be eligible for transition assistance and severance packages if they can't find a good fit, spokeswoman Donna Hinkelman said.
The Anne Arundel County location specializes in printing services for direct marketing. The printing and production work will be moved to North Carolina and Arizona, but support services — including graphics, finance and inventory management — will remain in the area, Hinkelman said.
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