Leading carbon fiber suppliers Toray and Teijin up the ante…but must be patient

In the past two weeks, Japan's top two carbon fiber suppliers, Toray Industries and Teijin, have publicized their increasing bets on the material. Toray announced a $550 million investment to increase carbon fiber capacity over 6,000 tons over the next three years, which combined with an additional ...

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