Mitsubishi Rayon establishes new subsidiary in Singapore

Mitsubishi Rayon establishes new subsidiary in Singapore

11:46 AM, 9th July 2012
Mitsubishi Rayon establishes new subsidiary in Singapore

TOKYO, JAPAN/SINGAPORE: Mitsubishi Rayon Ltd has established a subsidiary MRC Rensui Asia Pte Ltd in the WaterHub complex owned by PUB, Singapore’s national water agency, as part of efforts to strengthen its participation in water treatment projects around the world. MRC Rensui Asia enables the company to enhance its marketing activities in Southeast Asia, India, and the Middle East. MRC Rensui Asia is also to expedite its business activities by cooperation with Nippon Rensui Co Ltd in these regions.

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