Teijin partners with CCFA chemical fibres in China

Teijin partners with CCFA for chemical fibres in China

10:31 AM, 29th March 2012
Teijin partners with CCFA for chemical fibres in China
Shigeo Ohyagi, President and CEO, Teijin (left) and Duan Xiaoping, Chairman, CCFA (right).

TOKYO, JAPAN/BEIJING, CHINA: Teijin Limited partners with the China Chemical Fibres Association (CCFA) to pursue business opportunities in the fields of chemical fibres and related industries in China. The companies will pursue various opportunities to enhance Chinese fibre products with differentiation and greater production efficiency; develop high-performance fibres and related applications; nurture unique businesses; develop green solutions for greater sustainability, and establish a closed-loop recycling system.

“As we celebrate the 40th anniversary of normalized diplomatic ties between Japan and China, we are particularly pleased to pursue mutual growth opportunities with the CCFA and its member companies. We hope to apply our technologies and expertise toward solutions for energy savings and environmental preservation in the chemical fibre industry,” said Shigeo Ohyagi, President and CEO, Teijin Limited.

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