Teijin re-organize carbon fibres business

Teijin to re-organize carbon fibres business

4:06 PM, 7th June 2011
Teijin to re-organize carbon fibres business
Teijin's headquarters.

TOKYO, JAPAN: As a part of Teijin's long-term growth strategy, the company will integrate its business units for carbon fibers and composite materials into the new carbon fibres and composites business group. Effective on 1st April, 2011, this move will help Teijin Limited accelerate expansion of advanced composite materials business.


Operating under the direct management of President & CEO Shigeo Ohyagi, the integrated group will enable Teijin to develop composite materials business more strategically, and strengthen both sales and profitability of its carbon fiber and composite materials businesses.


The carbon fibres and composites business group will comprise Toho Tenax Co, Ltd and its subsidiary companies now in the current carbon fibres business group, which will be abolished as of April 1, the Teijin Composites Innovation Centre and GH Craft Ltd.

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