Firms want clear directive on cargo supply to Singapore


Lorries bringing in cargos into Singapore via the Causeway here in Johor Baru.

JOHOR BARU: The movement control order (MCO) imposed by the government at Malaysia’s borders has created confusion among local companies supplying goods to Singapore.

Taiko Marketing Sdn Bhd managing director Wong Kim Wah said his company had been supplying chlorine-related products to the island republic on a daily basis without any issue prior to the MCO.

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