A plastics factory in north Wales will close due to a reduction in exports - leaving 104 people without jobs.
German firm, REHAU, has been a major employer in Amlwch, Anglesey, since it opened in 1975.
However, earlier in the year, workers were warned they could be made redundant should the plant close.
The company launched a 90-day consultation period in January, but despite proposals from employee representatives, the Group Executive Board today announced the planned closure will go ahead by the end of the year:
Anglesey MP Albert Owen said he was 'disappointed' by the announcement and that he would continue to press the company to 'reconsider':