BATH — Bath Iron Works is laying off more staff.

Company spokesman Jim DeMartini said 84 employees will be cut, including 10 supervisors and 74 other workers, including electricians, outside machinists, pipe coverers and insulators.

The layoffs are effective March 25.

DeMartini said the cuts are in response to a decline in production of the company’s DDG-51 Arleigh Burke-class destroyers.

BIW cut 130 staff earlier this month and 130 employees in January.

DeMartini said more staff adjustments may follow as the company’s “workflow ebbs and flows.”

“We can expect some more ups and downs going forward,” he said.