Elkins, W.Va. (AP) — Armstrong World Industries is recalling workers at its Randolph County plant who were laid off last November.
Armstrong spokeswoman Jennifer Johnson tells The Inter-Mountain that demand for the company’s products has increased.
The Lancaster, Pa.-based company makes flooring, ceilings and cabinets.
Johnson says about 35 of the more than 100 employees who were laid off have returned to work at the Beverly plant. The company is in the process of bringing back another 40 workers.
Some laid-off workers have since found other jobs and declined to return. Johnson says the company will hire new workers to replace them.
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