International Combustion resumes operations at Baidyabati plant; Stock ends higher

The operations of the plant were temporarily suspended for 31 days due to the lockdown in West Bengal for containment of the Covid-19 spread.

Jun 18, 2021 04:06 IST India Infoline News Service

International Combustion (India) Limited has resumed operations at the Heavy Engineering Division manufacturing plant of the Company situated at Baidyabati, District Hooghly, West Bengal.

The operations of the plant were temporarily suspended for the period of thirty-one days beginning from May 16, 2021, till June 15, 2021, due to the mandatory lockdown imposed by the Government of West Bengal for containment of the Covid-19 Pandemic.

“The operations at the said plant have since duly resumed with effect from June 16, 2021. The impact of the aforementioned suspension of operations at Baidyabati Plant for the period of thirty-one days is not expected to be substantial on the business of the company,” company said in a filing on Friday.

International Combustion (India) Ltd trade ended at Rs219.40 per piece up by Rs5.25 or 2.45% from its previous closing of Rs214.15 per piece on the BSE.

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