AKF

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AcronymDefinition
AKFAga Khan Foundation (Geneva, Switzerland)
AKFAlways Keep Fighting
AKFAmerican Kidney Fund
AKFAustralian Koala Foundation
AKFAustralian Karate Federation
AKFAcute Kidney Failure
AKFAsahi Kasei Fibers (Japan)
AKFAtkinson Koven Feinberg (various locations)
AKFAktivkohle (German: Activated Charcoal; filter/canister)
AKFAustrian Killer Force (gaming clan)
AKFAlabama Kidney Foundation
AKFRefrigerated Cargo Ship
AKFAutomatic Kaos Foundation (art and music collective)
AKFAuthorization Key Failure (gaming)
AKFAverage Kalman Filter
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Asahi Kasei Fibers will be breaking ground on a new production facility for its Bemliese cellulose nonwoven fabric in Nobeoka, Miyazaki, Japan, this December.
Asahi Kasei Fibers has completed the addition of new production facility for Bemberg cupro fibre at its plant in Nobeoka, Miyazaki, Japan.
The other owners include Asahi Kasei Fibers Corporation (33.4%), Iwasa Orimono K.K.
For example, Crescent Textile Mills (Pakistan), Maruthi Clothing Company (India), Brandix Lanka (Sri Lanka), The Thai Silk (Thailand), Sumiya Cottage (Bangladesh), P and G (U.S.A), Asahi Kasei Fibers (Japan), H and M (Hong Kong), Texwood and Apple (Hong Kong), Li and Fung Hong Kong), Guess Asia (Hong Kong) and many more.
Asahi Kasei Fibers to produce spunbond nonwoven in Thailand
Since beginning its spunbond business in 1973, Asahi Kasei Fibers has supplied Eltas spunbond for use in a wide variety of applications including disposable diapers and other hygienic products, automotive and other industrial applications, and general consumer products.
Asahi Kasei Fibers Corp., the core operating company for fibers and textiles businesses of Asahi Kasei Corp., said Tuesday it will liquidate its subsidiary in Indonesia due to deteriorating profitability.
Asahi Kasei Fibers will expand production capacity for spunbond nonwovens in Thailand at its subsidiary Asahi Kasei Spunbond (Thailand) Co., Ltd.
Asahi Kasei Fibers held a grand opening ceremony for a new spunbond plant in Thailand on February 12, 2013.
Asahi Kasei Fibers will establish a subsidiary in Thailand for the manufacture and sale of spunbond nonwovens.
Asahi Kasei Fibers Corporation has finalized its agreement with Lanxess for the purchase of the Dorlastan Spandex business.
6,982,118; Tadashi Koyanagi and Takao Abe, assignors to Asahi Kasei Fibers Corporation, Osaka, Japan.