Workers at Newport engineering firm Rowecord say they're facing an uncertain future following news that the company is in administration.
One employee told ITV Cymru Wales he has been employed there for 20 years.
Administrators have begun work to try and save around 400 jobs.
Rowecord Managing Director Andrew Hoppe said the company had “exhausted every option to sustain the business for the future.”
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