It has been confirmed that the Remploy factory in Wrexham will close, after bosses rejected an 'unsolicited bid' to save it.
According to a statement from Remploy, none of the bids outlined successful business plans.
Last month, the UK Government confirmed that five Remploy factories in Wales, which employ disabled people and those with 'complex barriers' to work, would close. Those sites included Aberdare, Abertillery, Merthyr Tydfil, Swansea and Wrexham.
Bids were invited for the factories at Bridgend and Croespenmaen, while sits at Neath and Porth were to be kept open.