The Caerphilly site was previously owned by UKWG subsidiary Premier Trade Frames, which was dissolved in January this year. The site was subsequently taken over by UKWG.
The UKWG spokeman added: “We have roles available at our Treorchy plant and we will be engaging with the affected employees on potential reassignment to that site.
“We have also been in close consultation with Community, the trade union, to find the best possible outcome for all affected employees.”
Rob Edwards, regional secretary at Community, said the union was in the “early stages of discussions and consultation with the company”.
“We would urge the company to look at all possible alternatives before making any redundancies”, said Mr Edwards.
“We will be working with the company to look at feasible alternatives that protect the jobs and livelihoods of the workforce.”
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