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The Annual General Meeting of Shareholders (AGMS) of PT Trisula Textile Industries Tbk (BELL), agreed to distribute a dividend of 48.65 percent of net profit in 2021 or Rp 2.030 billion. “We are grateful to continue to regularly distribute dividends to shareholders. This is BELL's appreciation to the shareholders for supporting BELL to be able to continue to develop for the better. Meanwhile, the rest of the use of the net profit balance is approved as the Company's Mandatory Reserves," explained BELL Company Director, R Nurwulan in an official statement, Friday (29/4/2022).

In 2022, BELL will continue to improve its performance with various strategies that will be implemented. Starting from selling omnichannel, namely online through various marketplaces and expanding the Yukshopping.com e-commerce platform, as well as offline through retail stores.

 

BELL will also continue to expand its domestic and export markets for various BELL products, ranging from fabrics, retail clothing, uniforms, to clothing accessories.

And, will continue to innovate in making quality products for market needs.

“Along with the various strategies that will be implemented, BELL also continues to focus on the business aspects of sustainability. In the future, we believe that BELL's business prospects will get better and we hope to continue to improve performance," said Nurwulan.

For information, BELL is a textile company that owns retail clothing brands JOBB and Nicklaus. JOBB is a local product brand owned by BELL, which consists of suits, formal pants, casual clothes, shirts, and so on. Then, there is also a licensed brand Jack Nicklaus which is more focused on producing casual clothes.