TAIWAN: Universal Inc Views Increased Revenues In 2001
Non-woven fabric specialist Universal Inc has announced that it is expecting to increase its revenue during 2001 by NT$1.2bn following the successful installation of its new non-woven fabric making machinery. The new machines are due to undergo tests runs in July, and, if all goes to plan, the company is hoping that it will enable them to produce a further 15,000 metric tons of compound non-woven fabrics each year.
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