Nex-Tech Aerospace will close its Dallas facility by the end of the first quarter 2011, the company said today.
The work will transition to its Wichita and St. Louis facilities.
"As that transition happens, the company will evaluate whether or not more jobs will need to be created to support the work load," said Nex-Tech Processing account manager Veronica Schmitz.
The Dallas facility does machining work for the general aviation industry, including work for Cessna Aircraft and Gulfstream.
Nex-Tech Aerospace CEO Tom Gibbons told employees in meetings at the Wichita facilities about the Dallas closure, the company said.
"This was a very difficult decision for us to make," Gibbons said in a statement. "However we must look at this as an opportunity for our company to become more efficient in our operations and customer service."
The Dallas facility has struggled to recover from the economic downturn, the company said. Production schedules have not returned to pre-downturn levels.