Toray restarts Ayutthaya plant in Thailand

Toray restarts Ayutthaya plant in Thailand

11:12 AM, 16th April 2012
Toray restarts Ayutthaya plant in Thailand

TOKYO, JAPAN: Ayutthaya plant of Thai Toray Synthetics Ltd, which halted operations on 6 October 2011 and began its restoration works on November 28, resumed part of the production on 9 March 2012. Subsequently, the plant resumed production of all products on 2 April and is expected to begin full-scale production by the end of May. With this all the four Toray Group plants that were shut down because of the large-scale flooding in Thailand have resumed their operations. There was no material or personnel damage due to the floods at Toray group companies or plants other than at Ayutthaya plant and Nakhon Pathom plant.

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