Advance Engineered plant in Saskatoon

While the Advance Engineered Products plant in Saskatoon is still slated for closure, many of the company's Regina employees have been told their jobs are secure until July. (Google Street View) (Google Street View)

Some employees at a Regina tanker truck manufacturing company who received layoff notices last month have learned they'll be keeping their jobs for a little while longer.

More than 60 of the 78 workers at Advanced Engineered Products who were issued notices in March have been told their jobs are secure until July.

The Saskatchewan company, which was founded in Regina 30 years ago, still plans to close its Saskatoon plant.

At least 50 workers there could still be laid off.

The company and leaders of the Grain Services Union, which represents the workers, plan to return to negotiations later this week.