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SB Department participated in ANEX 2024 and won the ESG Award

SB Department participated in ANEX 2024 and won the ESG Award

Toray Advanced Materials Korea(TAK)'s SB(Spunbond Nonwovens) Department participated in ANEX 2024 exhibition held at TaiNEX1 in Taipei, Taiwan from May 22 to 24 and showcased the competitiveness of global materials by winning the ESG Award.The booth set up at the exhibition received great attention from many visitors by showing not only core materials from sanitary, medical, household, industrial, construction, and agricultural materials, but also products made of eco-friendly materials.During the ANEX 2024 exhibition, Toray Advanced Materials Korea(TAK) was selected as an winner of ESG Award hosted by the Asia Nonwovens Fabrics Association (ANFA) and the Taiwan Nonwoven Fabrics Industry Association(TNFIA) through voting by exhibitors; Kim Seong-yeop, the head of the SB Department, attended an award ceremony and was honored to received the award.SB Department announced its future plan to lead global sanitary and industrial non-woven materials and continue to discover new markets by establishing a global supply system in Korea, Japan, China, Indonesia, and India.

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'GADLEX 2024’, showcasing the material technology of the Aerospace Defense Logistics Industry

'GADLEX 2024’, showcasing the material technology of the Aerospace Defense Logistics Industry

Toray Advanced Materials Korea(TAK)'s Carbon Fiber & Composite Materials Department participated in the 2024 Global Aerospace Defense & Logistics Exhibition (GADLEX 2024) held in Gumico from May 29 to May 31.At the exhibition, in which 65 companies in the aerospace defense, and logistics fields participated, Toray Advanced Materials Korea (TAK) attracted the attention of visitors by introducing carbon fiber that requires advanced technology in the aerospace field.On this day, Defense Acquisition Program Administration Director Seok Jong-geon and Gumi Mayor Kim Jang-ho visited the booth and looked around TAK's products, and Lee Jeong-woo, the Team leader of Carbon Fiber & Composite Material Development Team, explained TAK's carbon fiber, which has excellent quality and technology.Meanwhile, TAK's Carbon Fiber & Composite Materials Department is expanding its 3rd production line at Gumi Plant 4, and plans to respond to the needs of high-tech markets such as high-pressure hydrogen pressure vessels and urban air mobility, which are expected to grow rapidly in the future.

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Toray Group to Invest 500 Billion won in Gumi National Industrial Complex by 2025

Toray Group to Invest 500 Billion won in Gumi National Industrial Complex by 2025

Toray Group, the global high-tech materials company, plans to invest 500 billion won in the Gumi National Industrial Complex by 2025 to expand its business for sustainable growth.Toray and Toray Advanced Materials Korea(TAK) signed an investment memorandum of understanding (MOU) on areas such as high-performance carbon fiber, aramid fiber, and eco-friendly materials with the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy, Gyeongsangbuk-do, and Gumi City at the Conrad Hotel in Seoul on 22nd.At the signing ceremony, about 20 officials attended including Minister of Trade, Industry and Energy Ahn Deok-geun, Gyeongbuk Province Governor Lee Cheol-woo, Gumi Mayor Kim Jang-ho, National Assembly member Koo Ja-geun and Kim Young-sik, CEO of Toray Mitsuo Oya, Chairman of TAK Lee Young-gwan, CEO of TAK Kim Young-seop, etc.TAK decided to invest in the expansion of carbon fiber unit 3 with an annual capacity of 3,300 tons at Gumi Plant 4 last year and is currently carrying out expansion construction with the goal of operating in the second half of 2025. Once the expansion is completed, it will secure a production capacity of 8,000 tons per year.Toray Advanced Materials Korea(TAK), which possesses the advanced technology of Toray, the global leader in carbon fiber, is based on excellent performance and stable quality. It plans to grow together through close cooperation with companies in the front and rear for the domestic and overseas carbon fiber composite materials industries including aerospace, high-pressure vessels, and wind power generation.At Gumi Plant 1, the second production facility aramid fiber using the dry spinning method will be expanded with an annual production capacity of 3,000 tons. Aramid fiber, which has excellent heat resistance, tensile strength, and electrical insulation, is a super fiber that is 5 times stronger than steel and can withstand temperatures as high as 500 degrees, and demand is increasing in various industries such as electric vehicle drive motors, heat-resistant protective clothing, and ultra-high voltage transformers.Toray Advanced Materials Korea(TAK) plans to expand its global market share by increasing its cost and quality competitiveness by securing an annual production capacity of 5,000 tons, including this expansion.In addition, TAK plans to accelerate its efforts to secure new growth engines by expanding eco-friendly materials business in high-growth and high-tech industries such as semiconductors, batteries, displays, and next-generation mobility.Kim Young-seop, CEO of TAK, said “TAK will continue to expand the business focusing on eco-friendliness and high functionality and create newly added values in response to the rapidly changing materials industry.” He added that “This investment will not only create jobs, but also contribute to the local economy and related industries as TAK will strive to continue the development.”Meanwhile, Toray is a global company that supplies high-value materials in various cutting-edge fields such as carbon fiber composite materials, electronic information materials, health care/medicine, water treatment/environment, and resin chemicals. It has six companies in Korea, including Toray Advanced Materials Korea (TAK) and STEMCO. It is currently in operation and has invested a total of more than 5 trillion won since entering Korea in 1963, contributing to the development of Korea's industry and technology.

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TAK delivers development funds to 5th Artillery Brigade for welfare of the soldiers

TAK delivers development funds to 5th Artillery Brigade for welfare of the soldiers

Toray Advanced Materials Korea (CEO and President Kim Young-seop) delivered 10 million won in development funds to the 5th Artillery Brigade (Brigadier General Kim Jun-pyo), a sisterhood unit, to improve the welfare of soldiers.Toray Advanced Materials Korea(TAK) and the 5th Artillery Brigade, who formed a relationship in 2012, have been carrying out various exchange activities for over 10 years, such as delivering development funds, hosting events for inviting exemplary non-commissioned officers, and providing barracks experience for children of TAK employees.President Kim Young-seop said, “We are grateful for the hard works of the soldiers dedicating themselves to national defense amid the recently more stringent security situation,” and added, "TAK will continue our exchanges and sponsorships more actively in the future.”Toray Advanced Materials Korea plans to expand ESG management while fulfilling its social responsibilities through various social contributions. 

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