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Teijin Frontier to acquire J.H. Ziegler

Teijin Frontier, the Japan-based Teijin Group’s fibre and products converting company, is to acquire J.H. Ziegler, a supplier of automotive interior materials in Germany, for €125m. As a result, Ziegler will become a wholly-owned subsidiary of Teijin Frontier.

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Soundproof material selected for 2016 Toyota Prius

Teijin and vehicle parts manufacturer Hayashi Telempu have announced that V-Wave, a jointly developed soundproof material made with nonwoven polyester fabric, has been selected for the 2016 Toyota Prius, which was launched in Japan in December.

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Nanofront for ANA bedding and comforters

Teijin’s Nanofront has been selected for use in high-quality comforters and pillows that All Nippon Airways will offer to first and business-class customers on selected flights beginning 1 September.

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Teijin JV begins full-scale production of airbag fabrics in China

Teijin Frontier, the Teijin Group’s fibre product converting company, has started full-scale production at NI Teijin Airbag Fabric (Nantong), a joint venture (JV) engaged in manufacturing and sales of fabrics for automotive airbags.

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