This outcome follows a meeting between the management of the company and the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Consumer Protection on Tuesday, April 30.
Since April 19, the company Samlo-Koyenco Steel Co Ltd, the Gowressoo is within the scope of a 'Prohibition Notice' ministry, prohibiting the placing on the iron to improper concrete market. Prohibition Notice was issued under section 5 of the Consumer Protection Act 1991, until further order prohibiting the company Samlo-Koyenco Steel Co Ltd put on the iron does not comply with MS 10 specific concrete market: 99.
Decision was greeted as a cold shower for the company, which saw no other option but to close shop if nothing is done to remedy the situation. Indiren Narainen 'administrative officer' of the company, stated that the company is 50% of market sales of rebar. He says the company has not been informed of the specific tests that led authorities to conclude that samples of their iron do not conform to the specific MS 10: 99.
On April 17, the company Samlo was informed by the Consumer Protection Unit (CPU) and the Mauritius Standards Bureau (MSB) have collected samples of iron across the country and various hardware from the foundry to Samlo Midlands. The side of the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Consumer Protection, it shows that the company has made a commitment to withdraw from the market all stocks of iron products before issuing the Prohibition Notice on April 19 .
In return, the Department will consider the request of the company to release the inventory produced after April 19, and successfully pass compliance tests MSB. The decision to allow them to sell 62 tons of rebar is welcomed as a breath of fresh air within the company.