Asahi Kasei expands cupro cellulosic fibre capacity in Miyazaki, Japan

Asahi Kasei expands cupro cellulosic fibre capacity in Miyazaki, Japan

9:22 AM, 29th March 2013
Asahi Kasei expands cupro cellulosic fibre capacity in Miyazaki, Japan

MIYAZAKI, JAPAN: Asahi Kasei Fibers will expand its production facilities for Bemberg cupro cellulosic fibre in Nobeoka, Miyazaki, Japan. In order to meet growing demand, production capacity has been increased over the past several years through improvements to the present production facilities. As demand growth is forecasted to continue especially in emerging markets, the decision was made to construct a new production facility. With the completion of the new facility, production capacity for Bemberg will increase by 10 per cent.

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