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Thai Acrylic Fibre buys Amicor from Blue Star
19
Aug '08
THAI ACRYLIC FIBER Co LTD have acquired AMICOR family of brands of Antibacterial and Antifungal Acrylic fiber from Blue Star Fibre Company ( formerly from Fibre Worldwide/ Acordis). We have also acquired the technologies involved in the production of these fibers.

AMICOR family of fibers shall be produced at our plant in Thailand. Thai Acrylic Fibre uses very similar wet spinning process and same solvent for the spinning of Acrylic Fibre as was being used by Fibre Worldwide/ Acordis. We have retained Mr.Roland Cox, ex Research and development Head and Product Manager for Amicor products at Acordis to assist us in smooth technology transfer and technical support to the customers.

Thai Acrylic Fibre shall provide full brand support for Amicor family of products and will continue to work to promote Amicor family of brands . We shall provide all the Marketing, Technical and testing support to make this Brand a household name.

Amicor is a group of HEALTHY fibres with anti-fungal and/or anti-bacterial qualities. When blended together with other fibres you can create different benefits to suit different end-uses.

Each of these benefit groups are clearly supported by our group of sub-brands At Amicor, our mission is to provide healthier products for every day lives, which actively prevent dust mites, allergens and Harmful bacteria. We strive to lead the way in innovative product design and internationally approved testing as well as peer group reviewed clinical trials, designs to ensure the complete safety and effectiveness of products that carry the Amicor brand name.

Incorporated in 1987, Thai Acrylic Fibre (TAF) is a unit of Aditya Birla group in Thailand. It ranks among the Top 3 quality fiber producers globally.

Thai Acrylic Fibre Co Ltd

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