Teijin to Boost Car Parts Sales With New Carbon Fiber MethodChisaki Watanabe and Kiyotaka Matsuda
Teijin Ltd., the world’s second-largest carbon-fiber maker, expects sales of auto parts developed with a new technology to reach as much as 200 billion yen ($2.6 billion) by the end of this decade as manufacturers seek lighter components to build fuel-efficient vehicles.
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