Pecca sets aside RM200,000 for Covid-19 measures 


KUALA LUMPUR: Automotive leather seat maker Pecca Group Bhd said it has allocated up to RM200,000 to pay for Covid-19 swab tests for all its employees and disinfection cost at its premises.

The group and its subsidiaries have temporarily shut down its operations since Nov 17 as a precaution action.

The company is expected to resume its operations on Nov 23.

"There shall be no material impact to the Groups and its subsidiaries as the company have sufficient finished good to fulfill existing orders," Pecca told Bursa Malaysia today.

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