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Asahi Kasei will invest in additional equipment for coating Hipore™ lithium-ion battery (LIB) separators
Asahi Kasei invests in US startup NFW – Cooperation to deliver scale in the field of non-petroleum-based, fully circular leather alternatives for automotive interiors
A new global survey by Asahi Kasei reveals major differences among the world’s four largest automotive markets in terms of brand loyalty, understanding of sustainability, and acceptance of purely battery-powered and self-driving cars.
Asahi Kasei collaborates on development of recycling technology for inexpensive, high-quality carbon fiber – Enabling a closed-loop recycling system for carbon fiber
Asahi Kasei will, in November 2022, begin the sale of Tufdene™ S-SBR (solution-polymerized styrene-butadiene rubber) and Asadene™ BR (butadiene rubber)
Easy-to-maintain and Sustainable Materials Add Value to Customers – A Global Automotive Survey by Asahi Kasei together with SKOPOS
A.K joins PINFA and strengthens the activities for safe and sustainable flame retardant polymers. Pinfa – the Phosphorus, In-organic and Nitrogen Flame Retardants Association
Clean surfaces and safe in-cabin air – New survey by Asahi Kasei shows growing global needs towards a hygienic automotive interior space
Asahi Kasei introduces new engineered resin series SoForm of the Thermylene brand – A Class-A surface material with low emissions and excellent scratch resistance
On the way to full car autonomy – New study by Asahi Kasei Europe shows growing needs for driver assistance systems and improved acoustics