Teijin’s three Thai polyester facilities resume full-scale operation

Share This Article

  • Del.icio.us
  • Digg
  • Facebook
  • Google Bookmark
  • StumbleUpon
  • Technorati
  • Twitter

Tags

Teijin Limited has announced that Teijin (Thailand) Limited in the Bang Pa-in Industrial Estate of Thailand’s Ayutthaya Province, which was flooded by torrential rainfall in October 2011 and then resumed partial operation in February this year, returned to full-scale production on Oct. 31. All three Teijin Group polyester production facilities in Thailand affected by the flooding are again operating normally.

The other two facilities–Teijin Polyester (Thailand) Limited in Pathum Thani Province and Teijin Cord (Thailand) Co. Ltd. in the Rojana Industrial Park of Ayutthaya Province–resumed full-scale production in September and August, respectively. With these three facilities operating normally, output will focus on high-profit, high-performance products that strengthen the Teijin Group’s competitive edge in global polyester fiber production.

Teijin (TSE 3401) is a technology-driven global group offering advanced solutions in the areas of sustainable transportation, information and electronics, safety and protection, environment and energy and health care. The company’s main fields of operation are high-performance fibers such as aramid, carbon fibers and composites, health care, films, resin and plastic processing, polyester fibers, products converting and IT.

Source: Teijin Limited

Comments

There are not yet any comments.
You can submit a comment using the form below.


Submit a Comment

Required. Will appear next to your comment.
Required. Will not be displayed on site or used to send unsolicited messages.
If applicable. A link to your site will appear with your comment.
Optional. Will appear in bold type above your comment.