Teijin restarts industrial fibre production in Thailand

Teijin restarts industrial fibre production in Thailand

10:43 PM, 14th February 2012
Teijin restarts industrial fibre production in Thailand

TOKYO, JAPAN: Teijin Limited announced that Teijin Polyester Ltd has restarted industrial fibre production on a partial basis on February 9 and then made its first shipment on February 11. Operations in the Teijin group facilities in Thailand were suspended from October 2011 due to flood. As production resumes at the three facilities, output will focus increasingly on high-profit, high-performance products, aiming to strengthen the competitive edge of the Teijin group’s global base for polyester fibre production.

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