Crocs closing manufacturing facilities, per reports


    COLUMBUS, Ohio (WSYX/WTTE) - Crocs, a Colorado-based company, is closing its company-owned manufacturing facilities and replacing an executive, per multiple reports. reports the company's chief financial officer is being replaced as part of the closure of facilities.

    Niwot-based Crocs shuttering manufacturing facilities, replacing executive

    By Lucas High Staff Writer Posted: 08/07/2018 03:53:14 PM MDT Updated: 08/07/2018 04:00:44 PM MDT Niwot-based footwear brand Crocs is closing its company-owned manufacturing facilities and replacing its chief financial officer, according to information provided as part of the company"s quarterly earnings report.

    The news comes out after Crocs announced a new-style of shoe featuring a high heel.

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    The facilities closing are located in Mexico and Italy, per

    Crocs to close all its manufacturing facilities; CFO resigning - Denver Business Journal

    Crocs Inc. said it"s closing a manufacturing facility in Mexico and said it also plans to close its last manufacturing facility in Italy. The Niwot shoemaker (Nasdaq: CROX) also said that its CFO is resigning. Crocs said it"s closing all of its company-owned manufacturing facilities "in connection with ongoing efforts to simplify the business and improve profitability."

    No word on how the closures will affect company-owned stores, per

    Crocs closing all manufacturing facilities, announces CFO"s resignation

    NIWOT, Colorado - The last of Crocs Inc."s manufacturing facilities, located in Italy, is going to close, the company announced. It also closed its plant in Mexico. Crocs leaders did not give information on how it will continue producing its products during its second-quarter earnings report this week.

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