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Toray Plastics (America) launches new website

September 17, 2013

The site showcases the synergistic, diverse divisions that make up the company.

Toray Plastics (America), Inc. has launched a fresh, modern new website that serves Toray customers better and showcases the synergistic, diverse divisions that make up the company  – the Torayfan Polypropylene Film and Lumirror Polyester Film Divisions of North Kingstown, RI, USA and the Toraypef Olefin Foams Division, located in Front Royal, VA, USA. The site is located at a new web address, www.toraytpa.com, which is consistent with Toray email addresses. The new site conveys each division's technological leadership, spirit of innovation, and commitment to customer service.

Visitors to the new site are provided swift, fluid navigation and easy access to a vast array of product information and data that can help drive critical business decisions. Toray's advanced multi-layer polypropylene and polyester films are specified for packaging, industrial, and specialty applications. Its olefin foams are used in the manufacture of automotive components, including interior trim, and for medical, industrial, and flooring applications.

"The new website offers an exciting look inside Toray Plastics (America)," says Rick Schloesser, president and CEO, Toray Plastics (America). "People will get to know us better than ever before and have a greater sense of the depth and breadth of our capabilities. We hope people will visit us today, explore our offerings, contact us, and come back often."

Among other highlights of the new site are an overview of the company's relationship to Toray Industries, its guiding philosophy, its commitment to social responsibility, awards it has won and news items.

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