Haldyn Glass Gujarat up on order talk

Haldyn Glass Gujarat is speculated to have bagged its first order for bottles from Coco-Cola worth around Rs 10 crore.

Though no definite numbers were available, sources close to the company management said the company indeed got such an order and were hopeful of repetition of such orders in the future.The stock finished at Rs 61.05, after touching the day's high at Rs 63 on the BSE with a gain of 3.13 per cent.In the absence of any official announcement regarding the fresh order, the traded quantity in the counter, however, did not pick up.

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