Solvay Advanced Polymers is planning on laying off more than 20 employees next week.
President of the Local Steelworkers Union, Jeff Hill, says Solvay Advanced Polymers is planning a permanent reduction in it's force.
Marietta Plant Manager Wally Kandel says 23 employeed, 13 hourly and 10 salaried employees by next Tuesday, November 17.
In addition, it offered voluntary options to employees, which might affect the number of involuntary layoffs, depending on how many take the voluntary option.
The company employs about 250 workers, about half being hourly.
Hill says officials have told employees the layoffs are necessary due to the company's new five year projection plan.
The company is offering severance packages to laid off workers.