Cowan posted on Twitter that he was meeting with Scottish government agency Scottish Enterprise to discuss the issue – while also contacting skills and training agency Skills Development Scotland.
Misco wants to shut its Greenock warehouse at the end of the year, with all 65 warehouse staff set to be made redundant.
In other social media posts, the Scottish Labour Party’s political director Martin McCluskey criticised Misco bosses for the redundancies, claiming their rationale “doesn’t show much imagination about how [the] facility could be re-used to save jobs”.
Misco has since responded to Cowan and McCluskey on Twitter, offering them the chance to speak with the company.
A spokesperson from Cowan’s office said the MP is due to speak him either today or tomorrow, while McCluskey had not responded to CRN’s request for comment.
The company said the decision had been made to shut down the warehouse because it was no longer economic. It was set up to ship 6,000 parcels a day and only does 400 and 500 parcels.
Misco is working with the Scottish agency PACE [Partnership Action for Continuous Employment], a Scottish Government initiative designed to help people into a new job, he added.