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Toray Plant in Ayutthaya, Thailand Starts Operating at Full Capacity

4:34 AM MDT | June 11, 2012 | Deepti Ramesh

Toray Industries say that the Ayutthaya, Thailand plant of the company’s Thai Toray Synthetics (TTS; Bangkok) subsidiary, which had stopped operating in October 2011 as a result of the floods, has started operating at full capacity starting May 30, 2012. The plant started operating partly since March 2012. The Ayutthaya plant produces nylon yarns for industrial use and polyester yarn for apparels. All four Toray plants in Thailand that were shut down as a result of the floods, have now resumed production, the company says. TTS’s Bangkok plant, which...

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