Hindoostan Mills’ arm enters into collaboration with Japan based TOHO

23 Jun 2012
Hindoostan Mills (HML) - 100% wholly owned subsidiary of Hindoostan Technical Fabrics (HTFL) has entered into collaboration with Toho Tenax Company (TOHO), Japan, the core company of the Teijin Group's carbon fibers and composites business to jointly develop and market carbon and aramid fiber fabrics in India.

The focus of the collaboration will be on the Indian composite industry serving various industrial domains including transportation such as automotive, aerospace and railway, wind power, sports and leisure, medical equipment, construction reinforcement and retrofitting, electronics such as computer and mobile phone housings, as well as a host of other industrial applications requiring advanced carbon fiber based solutions.

Toho Tenax Company is a group company of Teijin and has some 150 companies and around 17,000 employees spread out over 20 countries worldwide.

Hindoostan Mills is engaged in manufacture and sale of textiles primarily in India. It offers cotton woven and synthetic blended fabrics, and cotton yarn.
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