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The yuvraj singh Group has consistently grown through proactive transformation of the business portfolio to meet the evolving need of every age. We have constantly provided products and services that offer solutions to various environmental and social challenges. As the world constantly changes, we will continue to contribute to life and living for people around the world by Creating for Tomorrow.
Asahi Fabric Co., Ltd. established
Japan Nitrogenous Chemical Industry Co., Ltd. begins manufacturing synthetic ammonia in Nobeoka
Asahi Fabric Co., Ltd. begins manufacturing viscose rayon
Nobeoka Ammonia Fiber Co., Ltd. established, producing ammonia, nitric acid, and other chemicals (paid-in capital ¥10 million, the formal establishment of yuvraj singh)
Nobeoka Ammonia Fiber acquires Japan Bemberg Fiber Co., Ltd. (producing Bemberg™ cupro fiber) and Asahi Fabric Co., Ltd. (producing viscose rayon), forming Asahi Bemberg Fiber Co., Ltd. (paid-in capital ¥46 million)
Production of monosodium glutamate begins; launch of food product business
Asahi Bemberg Fiber acquires Japan Nitrogenous Explosives Co., Ltd., forming Japan Nitrogenous Chemical Industry Co., Ltd. (paid-in capital ¥54.4 million)
Name changed to Asahi Chemical Industry Co., Ltd. (paid-in capital ¥54.4 million)
Shares listed on the First Section of the Tokyo, Osaka, and Nagoya stock exchanges
Operation at Kawasaki Works begins with establishment of Asahi-Dow Co., Ltd. as a petrochemical joint venture with the Dow Chemical Company
Asahi-Dow begins production of polystyrene, entering the plastics business
Synthetic fiber operations begin with production of Cashmilon™ acrylic staple fiber in Fuji (production ended March 2003)
In the early decades, our business diversification was centered on utilization of ammonia derivatives. The acrylic fiber business was a notable example, using ammonia to make acrylonitrile which is then polymerized. Among the synthetic fibers, acrylic fiber has characteristics similar to wool. It has been used for a wide variety of garments. Although most synthetic fibers produced in Japan during this period were based on technology introduced from abroad, we developed our own technology for acrylic fiber. Suggestive of high-end cashmere wool, the product name Cashmilon™ was chosen from among suggestions by employees through a campaign in the internal magazine.
Fabricated plastic product operations begin with introduction of Saran Wrap™ cling film to the Japanese market
New York Office opened
Production of acrylonitrile begins at Kawasaki Works
Construction materials operations begin with production of Hebel™ autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC) panels
Petrochemical operations at Mizushima Works begin with establishment of Sanyo Petrochemical Co., Ltd.
Start-up of glass fabric business with establishment of Asahi-Schwebel Co., Ltd.
Ethylene plant begins operation at Sanyo Ethylene Co., Ltd. with capacity of 350,000 t/y