Asahi Kasei opens new spunbond plant in Thailand

Asahi Kasei opens new spunbond plant in Thailand

9:24 AM, 14th February 2013
Asahi Kasei opens new spunbond plant in Thailand
The new spunbond plant in Thailand.

TOKYO, JAPAN: Asahi Kasei Fibers opened a new spunbond plant in Thailand. The market for spunbond in Asia is now growing remarkably in the field of hygienic products such as disposable diapers. As part of its business expansion strategy, the company established Asahi Kasei Spunbond (Thailand) Co Ltd to meet growing demand for spunbond for diaper applications in Asia through production in Thailand.

With production located in close proximity to market demand, the new company enables swift response to customer needs and stable supply to manufacturers of hygienic products from Japan and other countries who are expanding output in Asia.

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