Kordsa has opened a new polyester yarn production line at its facility Izmit in Turkey to meet increasing demand in the field.

The company also plans to open a new facility in Indonesia and could enable 7000 tons of additional capacity in each plant in 2016, Kordsa said. The products reportedly have high resiliency and improved dimensional stability.

‘Our latest investments enabled us to strengthen our position among the largest polyester yarn producer and provided us another leadership in polyester yarn,’ said Kordsa CEO Ali Çaliskan.

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