Indorama Ventures forms mobility business group

Indorama Ventures has announced the formation of a new business unit within its fibres division. The Indorama Mobility Group comprises three business segments: tyre, automotive safety and functional materials.

The mobility business unit is the culmination of successive strategic acquisitions over the past five years: PHP Fibers, Performance Fibers, Trevira Filaments, Glanzstoff, Kordarna and UTT, which collectively create a portfolio of fibre, yarn, single-end cord and fabric based on polyester, polyamide, rayon, aramid hybrid and polyethylene naphthalate.

The Indorama Mobility Group’s target markets are tyre reinforcements, airbags, seatbelts, mechanical rubber goods, sewing threads, fabrics, ropes and cordage, automotive interiors, home textiles (strangely) and composites.

For the full story, see the June 2019 edition of MobileTex. Not a subscriber? Sign up HERE

Posted by Geoff Fisher on 10 June 2019

 

 

Do you want to know more about this story and read more like it?

Buy a year's subscription to this newsletter and receive a printed copy straight to your door covering hard-to-find commercial news, information and business opportunities.
 

Subscribe Now

Buy A Subscription

Transport

TMS publishes a monthly newsletter, MobileTex, covering the use of textiles in transport applications, and special reports on Automotive Textiles, Asian Automotive Textiles and Aircraft Textiles

Personal Protection

This report outlines the global market for personal protection clothing in the industrial, workwear and private sectors, and details legislation, regulations and standards that govern their manufacture and use

Architecture

This new report identifies and describes leading international companies that weave, knit, coat, bond or finish fabrics used in architecture, building and construction

Emerging Markets

Emerging Markets covers two monthly newsletters, Textiles Eastern Europe and Textiles South East Asia, and three Textile Business Reviews covering Central and Eastern Europe, South East Asia and South Asia

BUY NOW

Subscribe to our three monthly newsletters and purchase all of our special reports online