SHERMAN, Texas (KTEN) — Kaiser Aluminum has announced is closing its Sherman plant on US 75.

The final day for the facility that produces soft alloy extrusions will be July 11. 

The plant, which has been a fixture in Sherman since the 1960s, employs 75 workers.

In 2014, Kaiser received a $232,000 grant from the Sherman Economic Development Corporation to expand the plant's ability to produce automotive components.

Kaiser is headquartered in Franklin, Tennessee, and has 13 other manufacturing facilities across the United States, according to its website.