It has been confirmed that 350 jobs will be lost at Unilever sites across Wales as it restructures its company.
It follows restructuring proposals announced in June.
The decision will affect workers in Swansea, Bridgend and in Flintshire, with factories at Swansea and Bridgend marked for closure by the end of 2012.
It's believed 250 jobs will be lost at those sites.
Ewloe in Flintshire will be closed by the end of 2014. The company has confirmed that 100 staff will be affected at this site, with 400 jobs moving to Port Sunlight, Wirral.
Unilever says it has to restructure the company in order to compete in the future.
The company has confirmed around 50 distribution jobs will be created on Deeside, Flintshire.
A 90-day consultation with workers will start on Monday.
In response to the closures, the Welsh Government have released the following statement: