Johore Tin to gain as clients from abroad place more orders

The group’s sales visibility, however, has improved with more orders from Africa and countries with less stringent movement controls, said TA Securities, which recently attended an analysts briefing hosted by Johore Tin.

PETALING JAYA: Johore Tin Bhd’s tin and dairies manufacturing plants have remained operational during phase one of the National Recovery Plan albeit with a reduced workforce of 60%.

As a result, the productivity of the plants is expected to be lower during the period despite efforts to prioritise usage of faster and more efficient equipment.

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