Security technology firm ZYL Limited (ASX:ZYL) is among 23 companies suspended from trading on the ASX for failure to lodge their FY10 accounts on time.
ZYL said the delay was due to the fact that inadequate company records had been kept between August 2009 and February 2010, at a time the company was under external administration.
But the company said it was confident it would be able to lodge the report “in the immediate future.”
The other companies suspended from the ASX are Atos Wellness, Buccaneer Energy, CEC Group, China West International Holdings, Flourotechnics, Green Invest, Gulf Mines, Hanma Mining, ITL limited, Kangaroo Resources, Metroland Australia, Mintail, Murchison Holdings, Outback Metals, Pacific Environmin, Quest Investments, Rachinov Property Trust, Resource Base, Surzelecki Metals, Success Resources and WHL Energy.
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