Teijin reopens Utsunomiya factory in Japan

Teijin reopens Utsunomiya factory in Japan

3:36 PM, 3rd May 2011
Teijin reopens Utsunomiya factory in Japan


TOKYO, JAPAN: Teijin Ltd has resumed partial operations on April 30, at its Utsunomiya Factory (Tochigi Prefecture) of Teijin DuPont Films Limited. The factory had suspended PET film production following the earthquake in Japan on March 11. Operations are expected to gradually return to full scale in mid June.

Other Teijin Group facilities nationwide continue to operate on a normal basis. The Ibaraki Factory (Ibaraki Prefecture) of Teijin DuPont Films Limited, which had also suspended PET film production following the earthquake and resumed operations on March 25, is now operating at full scale.

The disaster’s exact impact on the Teijin’s consolidated business results remains unclear at this stage, the company informed.

(C) WOC News




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