Grove Worldwide officials, blaming continuing depressing market conditions, announced on Friday the permanent layoff of 95 workers at its main plant in Shady Grove.
It's the second layoff for the giant crane maker in last two months. In July, 125 workers were laid off.
Grove also announced Friday that 51 workers were laid off in its National Crane Division in Waverly, Neb., said John McGeehan, vice president, Human Resources.
McGeehan said the layoffs affected employees across the board in the Shady Grove plant.
Grove also announced layoffs in a factory in Germany.
John Wheeler, acting Grove Worldwide president, said in a news release that the company needs to take immediate steps to adjust staffing levels to meet market and customer demands.