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Published on Monday, 26 November 2012

Tejin’s bio-polyester selected by Nissan

Written by Brett Mathews

nissanTOKYO – Eco Circle Plantfiber, the bio-derived polyester fibre developed by global Japanese technology business Tejin, has been selected for use in the seats and interior trim surface of the Nissan Leaf. It is the first time this textile fibre has been used for the interiors of a mass-produced vehicle.


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