Chemical Week Magazine :: Business & Finance :: Asia/Pacific
Teijin to Grow Composite Business in India
9:14 AM MDT | July 6, 2012 | –Deepti Ramesh
Kamei: Securing strong market position. Teijin says that its wholly owned subsidiary Toho Tenax (Tokyo), which is involved in the carbon fibers and composites business, will develop and market carbon fiber fabrics for India’s composite industry in collaboration with Hindoostan Technical Fabrics (Mumbai), a carbon and aramid textile manufacturer owned by textile company Hindoostan Mills (Mumbai). Toho Tenax will supply its proprietary Tenax carbon fiber to Hindoostan Technical Fabrics for weaving and processing into textiles, under the terms of the deal. The...
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