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Offline Zarthan

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Hodgdon Powder Company Closing GOEX Plant
« on: September 28, 2021, 10:53:08 PM »
Effective immediately, Hodgdon Powder Company, Inc. has made the decision to cease manufacturing operations at the company’s Camp Minden, Louisiana site while evaluating strategic options for the black powder business.

The business will wind down operations while an evaluation process on the future of the black powder business takes place. Strategic options for the GOEX and Olde Eynsford brands of black powder, along with the manufacturing capabilities, will include a potential sale of the business. All affected employees will be retained through December 31, 2021 to assist in an orderly closing of the site and receive severance commensurate with their years of service to the company.

The Hodgdon Powder Co., Inc has been honored to have been a part of the GOEX Powder legacy and sustains a fond appreciation for sporting customers who have enjoyed shooting GOEX powders.

About Hodgdon Powder Company, Inc.

Established in 1947 by Bruce and Amy Hodgdon, today, sons J.B. and Bob have grown Hodgdon Powder Company into the largest US supplier of smokeless, blackpowder and blackpowder substitute propellants. The company distributes gunpowder under the Hodgdon®, IMR®, Ramshot®, Acccurate®, Winchester®, Pyrodex®, Triple Seven®, Blackhorn 209® and GOEX® brands.



https://hodgdon.com/minden-closure/
https://www.thehighroad.org/index.php?threads/hodgdon-closing-goex-plant.895518/

One more nail in my hobby coffin...

Offline Rbtom

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Re: Hodgdon Powder Company Closing GOEX Plant
« Reply #1 on: October 02, 2021, 07:30:29 PM »
Still have swiss. I think the replica powders are selling better, and there was a fire at the goex plant earlier this year. Still sad to see it gone.