Malaysia Glove Maker Supermax Halts Plant Ops on Virus Cases
(Bloomberg) -- Supermax Corp., a Malaysian glove maker, said its manufacturing plant in Meru, Klang, will halt operations for three days starting Wednesday after it discovered several Covid-19 cases among its workers there.
“Despite stringent SOPs practices, the company has recorded its first cases of Covid-19 infection, suspected to have come from external transporters based on our preliminary findings,” the company said in a statement late Tuesday.
- Disinfection exercises at all its premises and workers’ accommodation will continue to be conducted regularly, the company said. Supermax will continue to adhere to Covid-19 preventive SOPs on a stringent basis, it said.
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