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Beth Wright | 1 Jun 2017

Textile and fibre company Teijin has developed a new functional fabric for use in sportswear it says can be used as a substitute for cotton in sweat suits.


Michelle Russell | 2 Dec 2016

Textile and fibre company Teijin is to merge its polyester fibres and products converting businesses in a move designed to strengthen the competitiveness and growth prospects of both units – including an extra-reliable supply chain for apparel applications. 


Beth Wright | 10 Nov 2016

Textile and fibre company Teijin has developed what it says is a new highly water-repellent outerwear material, that combines the usefulness of umbrella-quality fabric and the practicality of high-function wear.


Beth Wright | 26 Oct 2016

Textile and fibre company Teijin has unveiled a new version of its Solotex fabric, specifically designed to provide cushioning, a smoother texture, and improved elasticity for sports apparel.


Michelle Russell | 5 Sep 2016

Textile and fibre company Teijin is to pursue new merger and acquisition opportunities in a bid to optimise local production for local consumption and reinforce its production capabilities around the world. 


Beth Wright | 25 Jul 2016

Fibre firm Teijin is to roll out its new extra-soft polyester hook-and-loop fastener globally after test-marketing it in Japan.


Beth Wright | 14 Jul 2016

Textile and fibre company Teijin has developed two new nylon-based fibres for use in the expanding athleisure market.


Michelle Russell | 8 Apr 2016

Teijin Cordley, the manmade leather business of Japanese textile and fibre firm Teijin Group, has developed a new high-grade natural leather substitute for products such as high-end shoes and bags.


Katie Smith | 17 Dec 2015

Textile and fibre company Teijin has developed a new multilayer fibre for use in sportswear, underwear and uniforms.


Katie Smith | 30 Jun 2015

Textile and fibre company Teijin has developed a new functional polyester material with a pile structure similar to toweling, for use in sportswear, underwear and uniforms.


Leonie Barrie | 14 Jan 2015

Scientists in Japan have developed what are thought to be the world's first piezoelectric fabrics for wearable devices, enabling the potential development of clothing that can monitor the wearer's movement.


Katie Smith | 21 Oct 2013

Japanese fibre maker Teijin Limited has set up a subsidiary in Thailand which will produce and sell its newly developed meta-aramid fibre from July 2015.


Richard Woodard | 11 Jul 2013

Textile and fibre company Teijin Limited is to build a new facility in Thailand to develop a new meta-aramid fibre which it claims will offer the world’s highest level of heat resistance, as well as “excellent” dyeability.


Richard Woodard | 11 Jul 2013

Textile and fibre company Teijin Limited is to build a new facility in Thailand to develop a new meta-aramid fibre which it claims will offer the world’s highest level of heat resistance, as well as “excellent” dyeability.


Leonie Barrie | 25 Apr 2013

Teijin Limited has developed a new aramid fibre fabric that incorporates a high-density metal to protect users against X-ray and gamma-ray radiation and is designed for end-uses such as protective clothing.


Katie Smith | 22 Apr 2013

Teijin Aramid, which produces high performance fibres for end-uses including protective clothing, is strengthening its presence in Asia with a larger office and new technical centre in Shanghai, China.


Richard Woodard | 19 Apr 2012

Textile and fibre company Teijin Limited is to establish a new business, Teijin Product Development China, to conduct fibre and textile research and development in the country.


Richard Woodard | 19 Apr 2012

Textile and fibre company Teijin Limited is to establish a new business, Teijin Product Development China, to conduct fibre and textile research and development in the country.


Leonie Barrie | 4 Apr 2012

Japanese fibre maker Teijin Limited is aiming to grow its presence in China through a tie-up with the China Chemical Fibers Association (CCFA) - an agreement that is already poised to set up a closed-loop system for recycling polyester.


Leonie Barrie | 4 Apr 2012

Japanese fibre maker Teijin Limited is aiming to grow its presence in China through a tie-up with the China Chemical Fibers Association (CCFA) - an agreement that is already poised to set up a closed-loop system for recycling polyester.


Petah Marian | 31 Jan 2012

The Teijin Group has announced what it claims is the first programme in China for collecting and recycling used uniforms.


just-style.com | 13 May 2010

Japanese fibre maker Teijin Limited has set up an investment company in China to expand its business in the key Chinese market.


just-style.com | 13 May 2010

Japanese fibre maker Teijin Limited has set up an investment company in China to expand its business in the key Chinese market.


just-style.com | 23 Mar 2010

The first large scale item-level RFID roll-out in Japanese apparel stores has been undertaken by a consortium of apparel and textile companies including Flandre, Teijin Group and Sumikin Bussan Corp.


Michael Fitzpatrick | 24 Feb 2010

Backed by Japan’s largest textile companies, ITS international has opened its first fast fashion store in Tokyo, bringing some serious competition to the likes of Uniqlo and H&M.


just-style.com | 23 Dec 2009

Japanese fibre maker Teijin Limited has sold its entire stake in its Indonesian subsidiary as part of restructuring of its polyester fibres business.


just-style.com | 25 Nov 2009

Japanese fibre maker Teijin Group has teamed up with the UK’s specialist clothing brand Henri Lloyd to expand its Eco Circle garment recycling system to the marine clothing industry.


just-style.com | 21 Sep 2009

Japanese fibre maker Teijin Group has teamed up with sportswear company Li Ning to expand its Eco Circle garment recycling system to China.


just-style.com | 8 Jul 2009

NatureWorks LLC, which makes Ingeo branded fibres from renewable sources such as corn, has doubled capacity at its manufacturing plant in Blair, Nebraska.


just-style.com | 2 Jul 2009

US-based Cargill is taking over full ownership of NatureWorks LLC, which makes fibres from renewable sources such as corn, from Japanese synthetic fibre and chemicals group Teijin Limited.

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