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Kuraray aims new Genestar capacity at LED market

10:30 AM MDT | September 19, 2013 | Clay Boswell

Kuraray (Tokyo) says it has completed a ¥1-billion ($10 million) expansion of its Kashima, Japan, plant for the production of Genestar, a heat-resistant nylon resin used in auto parts and electrical and electronic components....

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