20 June 2012 04:14 [Source: ICIS news]
Tokyo-based Toho Tenax Co is the ‘core firm’ of Japanese high-performance fibres maker Teijin’s carbon fibres and composites business.
Under the collaboration, Toho Tenax, the world’s second largest carbon fiber maker, will supply its Tenax carbon fibre to India-based carbon and aramid textile maker Hindoostan Technical Fabrics for weaving and processing into textiles, Teijin said in a statement.
The two firms will jointly market products to producers of composite materials and reinforced sheets including those in the automotive, wind power and electronics industries as well as a host of other industrial applications requiring advanced carbon fibre based solutions, it said.
“Toho Tenax, which already supplies chopped carbon fibre in
Financial details of the collaboration were not revealed.
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