Hyosung Corp.

Commerical carbon fiber manufacture (product name: TANSOME) at a 2,000-ton plant.

119, Mapo-daero, Mapo-gu
Seoul, 121-720 KR

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Product Categories of Hyosung Corp.

Materials
  • Fibers, organic
    • Carbon, PAN-based