Trading in Can-One, Kian Joo, Box-Pak suspended until end-Thursday (Update)


KUALA LUMPUR: Trading in the shares of Can-One Bhd, Kian Joo Can Factory Bhd (KJCFB) and  Box-Pak (Malaysia) Bhd has been suspended from midday on Monday until 5pm on Thursday.

According to circulars issued by Bursa Malaysia Securities the suspension was pending an announcement from the companies.

Meanwhile, Can-One said Chee Khay Leong had resigned as an executive director with effect from Nov 22.

He was appointed to board of Can-One as chief operating officer cum executive director on April 8, 2005. He relinquished the position on July 11, 2012 when he was appointed chief operating officer cum executive director of associated company, KJCFB.

Chee remained on the board of Can-One as non-independent non-executive director until Jan 2, 2013, when he re-assumed the position of executive director. He has been with Can-One group of companies since 1977.

He is also an executive director of KJCFB’s subsidiary, Box-Pak. 
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