Bannu Woolen Mills shutdown Until May 12th

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Bannu Woolen Mills shutdown Untill May 12th
Bannu Woolen Mills shutdown until May 12th

Bannu Woolen Mills Limited (PSX: BNWM) has announced that it will extend its production hiatus from 6 May to 12 May 2023. The company cited the current economic situation as the reason for the continued closure of its production activities. The effects of the economic downturn have made it difficult for banks to open letters of credit (LCs) for importing raw materials, which has impacted the ability of the company to continue production. However, the company stated that production activities will resume on 13 May 2023.

Unfortunately, this is not the first time that the company has had to halt production activities due to the challenges faced by banks in opening LCs for importing raw materials. In March, the company temporarily shut down production for the same reasons mentioned above. Regrettably, many industries have also faced similar challenges, and several companies have been forced to suspend production activities temporarily.

Despite the ongoing challenges faced by the company, there was positive news on the stock exchange. Bannu Woolen Mills Limited’s scrip closed at Rs. 22.7, up 1.34 percent or Rs. 0.3, with a turnover of 13,500 shares on Thursday. It remains to be seen when the economic situation will improve, and when the company can resume production activities without any hurdles.

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