Teijin, a technology-driven global group comprising of approximately 20,000 diverse employees and 160 subsidiaries in more than 20 countries.
Approaching our next 100 years, Teijin is striving to enhance the quality of life with the creation of new value.
The Teijin Group celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2018. Since its establishment in 1918 as Japan's first rayon manufacturer, the Teijin Group has ceaselessly transformed itself to become a unique enterprise that combines three different business domains of materials, healthcare and IT. We now approach the next century in our history guided by our underlying corporate philosophy and while keeping our promise to stakeholders expressed as our brand statement “Human Chemistry, Human Solutions” we are aiming to be a company that supports the society of the future.
Teijin Presented Polyester Fibers for Nonwoven Materials at IDEA 2019
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