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March 20, 2020

Malaysia to close pellet factories amid coronavirus lockdown

Malaysia to close pellet factories amid coronavirus lockdown
   Malaysia's wood pellet factories will close until 31 March to comply with a 14-day lockdown in a bid to limit the spread of the coronavirus in the country. Malaysia is the second-largest wood pellet and palm kernel shell (PKS) producer in Asia.    Malaysia announced on 16 March that it would impose the lockdown from 18-31 March. This includes shutting all non-essential businesses until the end of the month.    The closure comes at a time when raw material shortages have tightened the supply of wood pellets ...

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