Quick view: Strike hits Asian Paints’ Sriperumbudur plant

Dec 21 2013, 05:55 IST
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SummaryProduction at the manufacturing plant of Asian Paints at Sriperumbudur, near Chennai, is likely to be affected as employees have gone on strike.

Production at the manufacturing plant of Asian Paints at Sriperumbudur, near Chennai, is likely to be affected as employees have gone on strike. In a regulatory filing to stock exchanges, Asian Paints said, “The operations at the company’s paints plant situated at Sriperumbudur, Tamil Nadu, will be affected due to the strike called by the Asian Paints Employees’ Union Sriperumbudur and workmen with effect from December 20.”

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