Dial Plant Consolidation To Achieve $6 Mil. In Annual Savings
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Dial is predicting pre-tax savings of $6 mil. annually through plant consolidation efforts in the U.S. and Argentina, President and CEO Herbert Baum said during the Prudential Securities "Back-To-School" consumer products conference in Boston Sept. 5.
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