TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — Hiland Dairy has announced the closure of its plant located in Tulsa.
Officials said they will continue to serve the market with its other manufacturing facilities.
Plant workers were informed on Friday that the facility will close on Aug. 3.
The company said all 125 employees who stay until closing will receive severance packages and benefits.
Employees are encouraged to apply for positions at other Hiland facilities.
Hiland said its product availability and service will not be interrupted, and that they plan to continue serving the market.
"Tulsa will remain a distribution center and continue serving the Tulsa market from other Hiland plants, including its Chandler and Norman, Oklahoma facilities," according to the press release.