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Mitsubishi Plastics builds second Diamiron film line in Japan
9:56 AM MST | December 18, 2013 | Natasha Alperowicz
Mitsubishi Plastics is investing 1.4 billion Japanese yen ($13.6 million) in a new production line at its Azai plant at Nagahama, Japan for Diamiron co-extruded, multi-layered nylon 6 film, used in food packaging and in a wide range of other fields. Production is expected to start in October 2014. The company says that Diamiron is one of its growth businesses. The product is a high-performance film that can be customized and offers gas-barrier performance, easy-peel properties, and high heat-resistance. It has posted particularly extensive...
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