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Expanding ESG Management by Participating in Regional Future Projects

Expanding ESG Management by Participating in Regional Future Projects

TAK(Toray Advanced Materials Korea) will participate in the "Science and Technology Project for the Future of the Region" organized by the Korea Energy Research Institute to provide water treatment technology.This project is to develop a large-capacity renewable energy storage system (ESS) by using ion exchange membrane TAK provides. TAK is expected to perform new technology when the task is completed.During this Launching Ceremony held on the 28th, the head of the Filter Division, Ko Hyung-Seok delivered a congratulatory speech and said would actively cooperate, preaching our company's water treatment technology.

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TAK establish production facility for 'Airlite' in Czech with TTCE

TAK establish production facility for 'Airlite' in Czech with TTCE

Along with TTCE (Toray Textiles Central Europe) in the Czech Republic, Toray Advanced Materials Korea (TAK) will expand production facilities for 'Airlite,' ultra-fine noise absorbing material.The facility is located at the TTCE plant in the Czech Republic and will start mass production of 1,200 tons per year from this October.Airlight is a Melt-blown-typed nonwoven sound- absorbing material that mixes lightweighted polypropylene (PP) and polyester (PET), and is known as an eco-friendly material which can reduce energy consumption when driving automobiles.Starting from Europe, the regulations of vehicle noise are being enforced step by step mainly in developed countries.As the electirc vehicles require highly performanced sound absorbing materials for its noise reduction when driving, the electric vehicle markets is also on the rise.In addition, as the Urban Air Mobility (UAM) industry will grow in the future, the demand for lightweighted sound absorbing materials is expected to rise further.Carried out sound absorption material business for vehicles since 2013, Toray Advanced Materials (TAK) plans to expand our business to Europe to strengthen cooperation with automakers and major parts makers and will increase environmentally added value by developing products using recycled materials.

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Grain Donation to Korea Rehabilitation Agency for Korean Thanksgivings day

Grain Donation to Korea Rehabilitation Agency for Korean Thanksgivings day

Toray Advanced Materials Korea (TAK) has donated 150Kgs of Rice to West Gyeongsangbuk-do of Korea Rehabilitation Agency on September 9th, 2022.Since 2012, TAK has empowered communities through philanthropy by donating grains to the West Gyeongsangbuk-do Branch every year.CEO Jeon Hae-sang said He hopes it will help to those subject to legal protection who are striving for independence regardless of tough situation caused by COVID19.In return, the Head of the North Gyeongsang Province Western District Office, expressed his gratitude by saying that "We appreciate you for visiting every holiday and practicing sharing, and We will do our best to prevent self-reliance and recidivism of those subject to legal protection."

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Selects winners of the 5th KTSF Award - Science and Technology Prize and Research Funds

Selects winners of the 5th KTSF Award - Science and Technology Prize and Research Funds

Korea Toray Science and Technology Foundation selected Kim Dong-ho, a chemistry professor at Yonsei University, and Baek Jong-beom, a professor of energy and chemical engineering at the Ulsan Institute of Science and Technology, as winners of the 5th Toray Science and Technology Award.Professor Kim Dong-ho was evaluated for his outstanding achievements in providing important clues for the application of nonlinear optical materials, anion capture, photo reaction, and photoactive materials by identifying and adjusting the "direction and counter-direction" of molecules, which are fundamental principles of the chemical system.Professor Baek Jong-beom has led research on multi-dimensional new materials by developing  innovative methods that enable chemical and structural control of 2D electronic conjugated materials such as graphene and transition metal dichalcogen. He is recognized for his outstanding achievements in increasing the possibility of technology commercialization.In addition, four emerging scientists, who challenge creative tasks and highly potential research, will be selected to provide 150 million won (KRW) in research funds over the next three years.The winners of the research fund are Jeong Won-jin, professor of chemistry at Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), Cho Seung-hwan, professor of chemistry at POSTECH, Park Moon-jung, and Yoo Seung-ho, professor of chemical engineering at Korea University. Tasks in various fields were selected such as organic synthesis, polymers, and batteries.Korea Toray Science Foundation elected the winners through rigorous process after contesting the awards from April to June this year, and the awards ceremony will be held on October 25th.Korea Toray Science Foundation, which marks its fifth anniversary this year, is striving to foster next-generation human resources by sponsoring scholarships to 140 science and technology college students, in addition to providing science and technology for Korea's basic and applied science and technology development.

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