A cheese manufacturer revealed it would close a plant in Plover, Wisconsin.
Biery Cheese Company notified the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development of the impending closure.
The Ohio-based company said the site would permanently close between April 2 and May 30.
The shutdown will lay off 104 workers.
No job cuts will take place until the facility fully closes.
The Plover location, which opened in 2015, houses 50,000 square feet of production space.
Other features include ERP and WMS biosecurity controls, Kosher-certified production and EDI capabilities.
Biery Cheese Company operates one other facility in Louisville, Ohio.