Toyoda establish rubber plastic facility in Brazil

Toyoda to establish rubber and plastic facility in Brazil

5:01 AM, 23rd February 2013
Toyoda to establish rubber and plastic facility in Brazil

KIYOSU, JAPAN: Toyoda Gosei Co Ltd is establishing a new company in Itapetininga, State of Sao Paolo, Federative Republic of Brazil. The company will handle the production and sales of rubber and plastic components. With the prospect of expanded production in the South American region and a rising demand, the new company is being established to supply rubber and plastic components.

This will be Toyoda Gosei’s first production venture in Brazil and the South American region. The new company name will be GDBR Industria e Comerico de Componentes Quimicos e de Borracha Ltda (GDBR). The established date is March 2013 and start of production will be November 2014. Capital investment is 90 million real ($45.62 million).  Shareholders are Toyoda Gosei Co Ltd at 94.8 per cent and others 5.2 per cent.

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