Stronger earnings growth seen for Superlon

Besides the temporary suspension of its operations, factory-wide mandatory Covid-19 testing and vaccination programmes have lowered the efficiency of the group’s production, said MIDF Research.

PETALING JAYA: The prospects of Superlon Holdings Bhd are looking positive, underpinned by the global supply chain resumption and lower operating costs.

In its latest report, MIDF Research expects stronger earnings growth for the thermal insulation material manufacturer, moving forward.

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