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Inoac Targets Corporate Customers With Business for Mask Production and Sales

Inoac Corp. recently started large-scale sales of domestically produced polyurethane-based masks, supplying these to companies and organizations. Made in Japan, Inoac’s polyurethane masks provide users with security and peace of mind – and can also be washed to allow for reuse. The company has sold more than 600,000 of these masks since first putting them onto the market in April....

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Inoac Launches Standalone Sales for Mask Filters

Inoac Corp. has moved to expand its range of offerings in the market for polyurethane masks. Having already been selling full masks here as domestically produced products, the company recently also launched standalone sales for filter sheets to be used in these masks. Inoac’s masks are seamless polyurethane products that can be hand-washed and reused numerous times. In terms of...

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Inoac Launches Online Sales for Polyurethane Masks as Coronavirus Drives Shortages

Inoac Corp. launched sales on April 17 of a face mask with a washable polymer body, offering this as a way to help alleviate the nationwide shortage of masks caused by the spread of COVID-19. The major rubber and polyurethane foam products manufacturer is conducting sales through the online shop of subsidiary Inoac Living Co. Ltd., though these have been...

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Inoac Posts Increased Revenue, Profit in Auto Parts Business for 2019

Inoac Corp. recently posted its business results for calendar 2019, revealing a year-on-year increase to sales revenue but decrease to profits for the company as a whole. Sales revenue for the major manufacturer of rubber and polyurethane foam came to 189.47 billion yen ($1.76 billion), up by 3.9 percent year-on-year. Operating profit ended at 3.87 billion yen, down by 8.1...

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Inoac Looks to Establish New Base, Reorganize Old Bases as BCP Measure

Inoac Corp. President Toyohiko Okina has revealed that his company is looking to both establish a new production base and reorganize some of its existing bases. As a manufacturer in the polyurethane, rubber and plastic sectors, Inoac is aiming to construct a new plant for the creation of new products. The company will also at the same time combine two...

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JRW Study: Japan’s Top 100 Rubber Firms See Rising Sales, Falling Profits for 2017

More than three-quarters of Japan’s top 100 rubber companies saw their sales rise year-on-year in fiscal 2017, an independent study by Japan Rubber Weekly has found. According to the results of this study, 79 of Japan’s top 100 firms operating in the industry reported year-on-year increases to sales, up from 48 in fiscal 2016. Double-digit sales growth was posted by...

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