In another blow at the Delaware River industrial base following the shutdown of the nearby Sunoco oil refineries at Marcus Hook and Eagle Point: "The Honeywell factory in Claymont will eliminate 30 of its 59 jobs early next year," Wilmington News Journal's Aaron Nathan writes here.
"Honeywell is discontinuing its U.S. production of oximino silanes, which is used in adhesives and sealants" as "no longer economically viable" in the U.S.  "The Claymont factory also makes boron trifluoride" for lubricants and resins. "Production of that will continue, and jobs related to that production will not be affected."

Honeywell has said the Claymont plant- a former Allied Signal facility Honeywell calls its Delaware Valley Works - wasn't affected by the next-door Sunoco shutdown, though Sunoco was a supplier. Honeywell also employs around 170 at its plant in Philadelphia's Frankford section.