The company announced the closing in early February.
This means almost 400-workers were laid off. The effects may go beyond those however.
A study from the University of Florida projects a ripple effect on other businesses, saying close to 1,000 people could ultimately lose their jobs.
That translates into a decrease of $36 million in annual payrolls.
Jobs plus one stop career center in Defuniak plans to help displaced workers by holding a job fair Thursday and Friday.
The fair runs 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. both days. Local companies have planned to send representatives who may hire on the spot.