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Teijin Polyester makes its first appearance at BIFF & BIL
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Apr '11
The Teijin Group announced that Teijin Polyester (Thailand) Limited (TPL), the group's polyester fiber subsidiary in Bangkok, will make its first appearance at the Bangkok International Fashion Fair & Bangkok International Leather Fair 2011 (BIFF & BIL 2011), Thailand's largest fashion trade show, which will take place at the Challenger Hall in Bangkok from April 20 to 24. TPL will showcase its growing initiatives for the global fashion market, presenting a range of Teijin Group high-performance and environmental polyester products for fashion.

The main features at the TPL display (stands C113 and C115) include:

• High-strength polyester nanofiber with an unprecedented thickness of just 700 nanometers, 7,500 times thinner than a strand of hair. The ultra-fine fiber is highly resistant to slippage, soft and stretchable, and boasts excellent absorbency and opaqueness. It has the same level of strength as conventional polyester filament for apparel.
• Polyester cushioning material that offers superior elasticity and breathability for excellent comfort, making it ideal for bra pads, bedding pads and railcar seat cushions in place of polyurethane. The material resists yellowing, is recyclable and does not produce toxic gas when burned.
• ECO CIRCLEclosed-loop system for the recycling of used polyester products via a proprietary, world's-first chemical process that decomposes polyester at the molecular level. The resulting raw material offers purity and quality comparable to material derived directly from petroleum.

Teijin has positioned Thailand as the main production base for its polyester filaments and staple fibers, having relocated production operations from Japan to group companies in Thailand.

BIFF & BIL 2011, organized by Thailand's Department of Export Promotion, will host around 700 companies from the fashion, textile and leather fields in ASEAN and other Asian countries, including Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan.

Teijin Group

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