JC Penney (JCP) is reportedly eliminating 243 jobs at its Lenexa, Kansas, Logistics Center, which the company plans on closing. The retailer filed a WARN notice with the state on Thursday, which did not specify when the layoffs would occur.

JC Penney told KSHB, an NBC affiliate out of Kansas City, Missouri, in a statement that “To centralize call center operations and deliver streamlined service to our customers, JCPenney will be closing the Lenexa call center.”

The news outlet also reported that affected employees were already notified. The JC Penney Logistics Center had 1,173 employees as of June, where it fulfills furniture and major appliance orders, the Dallas Business Journal reported.

JC Penney exited the appliance and furniture business back in February and saw its share price drop below $1 this week. The company was warned of a possible delisting from the NYSE in August but regained compliance again in December.

Shares of JC Penney stock was up 1.77% as of 12:16 p.m. EST on Friday.