The government has allowed companies under the economic sector to carry on business at full capacity starting today, April 29. Companies which have granted permission to operate at half capacity during phases one until three of the movement control order (MCO) can operate at full capacity without any time constraints.
However, companies must comply with the established standard operating procedure (SOP)
However, International Trade and Industry Minister Mohamed Azmin Ali said these companies must comply to the standard operating procedures (SOP), set according to their respective sectors.
“Failure to comply with the SOP will result in the immediate revocation of the permission to operate and legal action will be taken.”
He also added companies that have already been approved do not have to reapply to Miti for the ministry’s permission to operate.
This initiative will have a positive impact, especially SMEs
Azmin said this will have a positive impact on the companies’ revenues and will help to boost the recovery of the supply chain for products and services to meet local and international demand.
“While the government has eased up on the restrictions, the people and industry owners must adapt to the ‘new normal’ by ensuring social distancing at the workplace, maintaining good personal hygiene and complying with the health control guidelines,” he added.
The government hoped to strengthen the supply chain of goods and services to meet both domestic and foreign demands
The decision to allow certain companies to resume full operations comes after the Economic Action Council (EAC) meeting on April 27 to discuss the economic crisis and possible remedies.
Through this initiative, the government hopes to stimulate the supply chain of goods and services to meet both domestic and foreign demands with the positive impact – especially on small-medium enterprises.
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