Heineken suspends brewery ops


“The mandatory closures and restrictions pursuant to the MCO 3.0 are expected to have a significant impact on the market in general as well as the company’s operations and business, ” the brewer told Bursa Malaysia yesterday.

KUALA LUMPUR: Heineken Malaysia Bhd has suspended operations at its brewery in Sungei Way, Selangor after the government imposed mandatory halt on most businesses to curb the sharp rise in Covid-19 infection in the country.

“The mandatory closures and restrictions pursuant to the MCO 3.0 are expected to have a significant impact on the market in general as well as the company’s operations and business, ” the brewer told Bursa Malaysia yesterday.

The company would make the necessary announcement on any material developments relating to the above matter, as and when appropriate, it added.
The government has imposed a lockdown from June 1 to June 14.

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