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Teijin’s carbon fiber business establishes subsidiary in Singapore

10:16 PM MDT | July 28, 2013 | Deepti Ramesh

Teijin says its Toho Tenax (Tokyo) carbon fibers and composites subsidiary has established Toho Tenax Singapore, to strengthen business operations in India and the Asean region. The demand in Asia for carbon fiber is expected to rise rapidly, especially for industrial applications such as pressure vessels, wind turbine generators and casings for home electronics, Teijin says. “Market development in India, the ASEAN region and Oceania is a high priority for our growth,” says Jun Suzuki, president of Toho Tenax. “We are actively pursuing...

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