BASF to lay off 6,000 in worldwide 'realignment'
German chemical company BASF will drop 6,000 jobs in what's being called a 'realignment.'
BASF has facilities in Chattanooga and around the southeast.
Channel 3 reached out to the company's U.S. group and were told that "the reduction relates primarily to administrative and service activities, half of them in Germany."
BASF Group has 122,000 employees worldwide.