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Business Groups and Corporate Information

Business Groups Textile Fibers Business Group Industrial Fibers Business Group Films Business Group Plastics Business Group Medical and Pharmaceuticals Business Group Fiber Products Marketing Business Group IT Business Group

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Corporate Information Directory Major Developments in Teijin's History Board of Directors, Corporate Auditors, Advisory Board and Teijin Group Corporate Officers Corporate Data

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Business Groups

Textile Fibers Business Group

Nantong

Matsuyama

Bangkok

Main Production Sites

Tangerang

Outline of Operations

Tetoron®

Polyester fibers, the quintessential synthetic fiber product, currently account for approximately 77% of all synthetic fibers produced worldwide. Valued for its strength, excellent chemical resistance and ease of care, Tetoron ® is found in a broad range of applications. Tetoron® was produced for the first time in Japan by Teijin and Toray Industries, Inc., in 1958. Our Tetoron ® business has since expanded in line with global market growth to become a key pillar of our operations.

Breakdown of Global Production of Synthetic Fibers (2004)

Acrylic fibers

Recycling systems

The Teijin Group recognizes that addressing environmental issues is a key management task and is using its advanced polymer science technologies to conceive innovative recycling systems. Specifically, we have developed and commercialized the world's first technology for the chemical recycling of polyester and have applied this technology to the development of systems for converting used PET resin and polyester fiber products back into raw materials of comparable purity to those produced directly from petroleum. With this technology, we are creating fully closed recycling systems for used polyester textile products, including uniforms and curtains, and for PET bottles.

New Raw Material Recycling System Petroleum Naphtha

9%

Nylon fibers ers

Others

1%

13% 3

Polyester fibers

77%

Source: Fiber Organon, Fiber Economics Bureau, Inc.

Bottle-to-bottle recycling

DMT/TPA

DMT: Dimethyl terephthalate TPA: Terephthalic acid

Fiber-to-fiber recycling

Technologies for environment-friendly products

MORPHOTEX ® , a nanotechnology-based structurally colored polyester fiber, continues to attract considerable attention for its outstanding potential. Developed by mimicking the mechanism that causes the colorless wings of the South American morpho butterfly to appear to take on color when they reflect light, MORPHOTEX® shows color without any dyes or pigments. MORPHOTEX ® is also environment-friendly because it requires neither the dyes or pigments, nor the water and energy, that would normally be used in the dyeing process.

Polyester polymer

Advanced recycling technologies

Teijin has applied its material recycling expertise to develop a revolutionary new technology for treating and cleaning soil polluted by heavy metals. In addition to chemically extracting and recovering heavy metal pollutants and cleaning the soil, this technology facilitates the replacement of cleaned soil and the recycling of recovered heavy metals.

Principal Products

Brand Names

Teijin

®

Field of Application

Applications

Men's and women's fashions, sportswear, work uniforms, school uniforms, lingerie, garment lining fabrics

Tetoron

®

Staple fibers Apparel

Polyester fibers

Filament yarns

Interior decorating and household products

Curtains, upholstery, bedding, office fabrics, paper diapers, wiping cloths, wet tissues, air purifier filters, mattress filling

TEIJINTEX ®

Automobile, train and aircraft interiors Textiles

Automobile, train and aircraft seats, mats, cushions, filters

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Delfzijl Emmen Arnhem

Oberbruch Bobingen Shimane Mihara Iwakuni Guangzhou Pathumthani Mishima

Main Production Sites

Industrial Fibers Business Group

Matsuyama

Aramid fibers Carbon fibers Industrial-use polyester fibers Polyester monofilaments Artificial leather

Rockwood

Spartanburg

Bogor

Outline of Operations

Aramid fibers

Aramid fibers are high-performance industrial fibers that boast outstanding strength, dimensional stability and heat and chemical resistance. Aramid fibers are broadly classified as either para-aramid or meta-aramid fibers. The superb strength and impact-, compression- and fatigueresistance of para-aramid fibers make them particularly suitable for use in ballistics applications, automotive brake pads and other friction materials, as an alternative to asbestos, as well as in tire and optical fiber reinforcements. Our para-aramid fibers lineup comprises Technora®, an original product produced in Japan, and Twaron ®, produced in the Netherlands. Together these products account for approximately 50% of the global market for para-aramid fibers. Meta-aramid fibers are valued for their superb long-term heat and flame resistance, and are favored for such applications as filters and firefighters' uniforms. They are also used in a wide range of uniforms and other specialized apparel, reflecting increased security concern. industries as aircraft manufacturing. BESFIGHT ®, which is manufactured by Toho Tenax, has played a crucial role in achieving a lighter body for Airbus's new A380, the world's largest commercial aircraft-- with twin decks and a seating capacity of 555--which will enter service in 2006. In the area of environment-friendly products, BESFIGHT ® is seeing increasing use in wind generator blades. Applications are also expected to increase in the fuel cell and automotive sectors.

Industrial-use polyester fibers

This category centers on heavy-denier polyester fibers for industrial applications, notably tire cords, seatbelts, rubber reinforcements and other automotive products. Other products include polyester monofilaments, which are used in substrates for use in paper making, filters and industrial materials for printing and other applications. As well, we continue to conduct intensive R&D aimed at developing new materials and new technologies in the area of PEN fibers.

Carbon fibers

Boasting excellent strength, high tensile modulus and superior heat resistance, carbon fibers are well known as the principal material used in tennis racquet frames, golf club shafts and a wide range of other sports and leisure equipment. As well, industrial applications Wind generator blades made using are expanding sharply in such BESFIGHT ®

Artificial leather

Cordley ®, manufactured by Teijin Cordley, is used in sporting goods, notably shoes and balls, as well as in ordinary shoes, apparel, furniture, bags, automobile seats and miscellaneous household products. In response to rising demand for environment-friendly offerings, we developed LOELE ®II , an innovative, environment-friendly artificial leather manufactured without the use of organic solvents and using an integrated process that releases less carbon dioxide into the atmosphere than other artificial leather. We expect LOELE ®II to be launched as a mainstay of this category.

Principal Products

Brand Names

(Para-aramid)

Applications

Brake pads, gaskets, optical fiber cables, rope, rubber reinforcements (tires, hoses, belts), civil engineering materials, protective clothing (bulletproof vests, helmets)

Twaron ® Aramid fibers Technora ®

(Meta-aramid)

TEIJINCONEX ®

Fireproof clothing, aircraft blankets, heat-resistant filters, rubber reinforcements, plastic reinforcements Aircraft (structural components, interior components), sporting goods (golf club shafts, fishing rods, tennis rackets, yacht bodies), industrial applications (wind generator blades, pressure vessels)

Protective clothing (Twaron ® )

Fireproof clothing (TEIJINCONEX ® ) TEIJINCONEX

Carbon fibers

BESFIGHT ®

Industrial-use polyester fibers

Teijin ® Tetoron ®

Tire cords, rubber reinforcements, seatbelts, industrial-use woven fabrics

Aircraft structural components (BESFIGHT ® ) Tire cords (industrial-use polyester fibers)

©AIRBUS

Polyester monofilaments

Papermaking equipment, general industrial materials

Artificial leather

Cordley ® LOELE ®

Sporting goods (shoes, balls), apparel, furniture, rolling stock, sundries

Sporting goods (Cordley ®)

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Business Groups

Dumfries Luxembourg Circleville Richmond Hopewell

Films Business Group

Gifu Ningbo Hongji

Utsunomiya Ibaraki

Florence

Main Production Sites

Tangerang

Outline of Operations

PET film

An essential material in many industries, PET film has broad applications in the electronic, industrial, packaging and magnetic recording materials fields. In the future, demand is expected to rise sharply for LCDs, materials for digital electronics and information and communications equipment, medical products and other life science sectors. Increasing demand is also expected for products with environment-friendly, safety-related and recreational applications, especially in the automotive and energy fields. and radiology film, as well as for use in electronics materials and other industrial applications.

Coated films

Coated films are manufactured using proprietary, nanostructure control and coating technologies, the development of which was facilitated by Teijin's superior chemicals technologies. These films are used extensively in FPDs, digital electronics materials, semiconductors and medical materials, and are expected to benefit from sharp growth in demand in key customer industries in the years ahead.

Digital VHS tape DVCs

PEN film

A proprietary product, Teijin's PEN film boasts greater strength, rigidity and heat resistance than PET film. PEN film's outstanding performance and reliability have prompted a sharp increase in demand over recent years for use in advanced industrial and electronics applications, including magnetic data storage media, digital video cassettes (DVCs), auto- Research and Development motive electronics, photographic film Center (Gifu)

Data storage media

Principal Products

Brand Names

Applications

Industrial Applications Materials for LCDs and plasma and electroluminescence displays, cards (integrated circuit [IC] cards, ID cards, radio frequency identification [RFID] chips), automotive products (interior and exterior materials, electronic components) Packaging Materials Laminating film for beverage and food cans, shrink wrap, retort pouches, environment-friendly plastic trays Magnetic Recording Media Video tapes, audio tapes, floppy disks Laminated cans Materials for hybrid motors DVCs, high-density data backup tapes, materials (electronics materials, electronic circuits, automotive seat sensors, materials for hybrid motors), advanced photo system (APS) film Seat sensors Cleansing facial masks Anti-reflective film

PET film

Tetoron ® Mylar ® Melinex ® Teflex ®

Automotive exterior component

PEN film

Teonex ®

Purex ® Coated films OPTFINE ®

Materials for LCDs, electronics materials, semiconductor materials, medical materials, photocatalyst film

Anti-reflective film, optical energy control film

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Plastics Business Group

Shanghai Suzhou

Mihara Matsuyama

Main Production Sites

Singapore

Outline of Operations

Polycarbonate resin

Polycarbonate resin is the world's most commonly produced engineering plastic. Strong and lightweight, polycarbonate resin boasts an impact resistance more than 200 times that of glass and weighs only half as much. Other properties include excellent heat and weather resistance, transparency and thermal insulation. It is also easy to process. Accordingly, polycarbonate resin is suitable for a wide range of applications. Teijin Chemicals' lineup encompasses Panlite ®, the first polycarbonate resin produced commercially in Japan, which was launched in 1960. Panlite ® is also available in sheet and film form. Panlite® is also compounded with glass fiber, or with other resins, to produce a variety of materials with a number of added functions. These materials are used in the casings of mobile phones, notebook PCs and other information and communications devices, as well as audiovisual (AV) and OA equipment.

Unlimited potential

The Teijin Group's lineup features polycarbonate products for a broad range of applications. Examples include Panlite® sheet, a polycarbonate sheet used in LCD-TVs, and PURE-ACE®, a polycarbonate film for LCDs used in personal digital assistants.

A 70% global market share

Our polycarbonate resin is particularly valued for use in DVDs, CDs and other optical applications. Panlite® currently accounts for approximately 70% of the global market for polycarbonate resin for DVDs, an application for which demand is growing rapidly.

Recycling and reuse

The Teijin Group's plastics lineup also includes PET resin, used in PET bottles. In addition to promoting the development of environmentfriendly products, the Group developed the world's first system for chemically decomposing polyester products from used PET bottles and recycling them into raw materials of comparable purity to those derived from petroleum. Another key plastics product developed by the Teijin Group is PEN resin, a transparent resin that surpasses PET resin in terms of heat resistance, hygiene and gas barrier. PEN resin is attracting increasing attention for use as an alternative to glass in returnable beer bottles and school cafeteria dishware.

Principal Products

Brand Names

Applications

Electric and electronic components, AV and OA equipment, PC casings, optical discs (DVDs, CDs and minidiscs [MDs]), precision instrument components, automotive components (headlamps, door handles, bumpers) Headlamp (polycarbonate resin)

Polycarbonate resin

Panlite ®

Polycarbonate sheet

Panlite ® sheet

Automotive instrument panels, nameplates, helmet shields

DVD player (polycarbonate resin)

PET bottles (PET resin)

PET resin

PET bottles

Returnable bottles (PEN resin)

Mobile phones (polycarbonate film)

PEN resin

Teonex ®

Returnable bottles, school cafeteria dishware

Solvent-cast polycarbonate film

PURE-ACE ®

LCDs for mobile phones, PDAs and other handheld electronic equipment

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Business Groups

London

Medical and Pharmaceuticals Business Group

Tokyo Iwakuni

Princeton

R&D Network

Outline of Operations

Pharmaceuticals

Leading market share in three key therapeutic areas Our pharmaceuticals operations currently encompass leading ethical drugs in the areas of bone and joint disease, respiratory disease, and cardiovascular and metabolic disease. These include Bonalon® and Onealfa®, both treatments for osteoporosis; Mucosolvan®, a mucolubricant used as an expectorant; and Tricor ®, a drug for hyperlipidemia. Core products in other therapeutic areas include Venilon®, a treatment for severe infectious diseases. In addition to establishing a nationwide direct sales network, we have increased the number of MRs on staff to 700. This move is aimed at ensuring the early market penetration of new drugs. each year with the aim of cultivating research seeds and training globally recognized researchers.

Home health care

Comprehensive home health care provider Home health care enables patients to receive similar treatment as they would receive in hospital in the comfort of their own homes. Our comprehensive services in this field, which are provided by Teijin Pharma, encompass the development, production, rental and maintenance of home health care equipment, as well as follow-up services, for patients suffering from chronic respiratory failure. In Japan, we have created a nationwide home health care network of six sales companies and approximately 80 offices staffed by dedicated employees, through which we provide round-the-clock services tailored to local needs. This helps us contribute to a better quality of life for patients by enabling them to live at home, as well as reduce the significant burden on patients and their families.

Tripolar R&D network

Our R&D network encompasses facilities in Japan, Europe and North America. In Japan, our R&D efforts in this field focus on three facilities: the Pharmaceutical Discovery Research Laboratories, the Pharmaceutical Development Research Laboratories and the Pharmaceutical Products Research Laboratories. In Europe, we conduct cutting-edge research in the area of genome-based drug discovery at the Teijin Biomedical Laboratory Medical Research Council, in London, while, in North America, we conduct clinical development at Teijin America, Inc., which is based in Princeton, New Jersey. This tripolar network positions us to identify latent market needs and respond with exciting new drugs. We also dispatch between 10 and 20 researchers to advanced research organizations both in Japan and overseas

A leader in the market for home oxygen therapy devices

The core of our home health care devices lineup in the area of respiratory disease is the Hi-Sanso® series of therapeutic oxygen concentrators for patients suffering from chronic respiratory failure caused by, for example, pulmonary emphysema. These products enjoy an overwhelming share of this important market. In recent years, we have also seen a sharp increase in demand for continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) ventilators, which are used to treat sleep apnea syndrome (SAS), spurred by people's increasing awareness of this illness. In the area of bone and joint disease, we offer SAFHS® (Sonic Accelerated Fracture Healing System), the first treatment device in Japan for severe bone fractures to use pulsed ultrasound.

Therapeutic Area

Pharmaceuticals

Mucosolvan ® Expectorant Spiropent ®

Bronchodilator Prophylaxis for bronchial constriction Treatment for allergic rhinitis

Home Health Care

Hi-Sanso ® series Mildsanso ® NIP NASAL AutoSetTM

®

Therapeutic oxygen concentrator Therapeutic oxygen concentrator CPAP ventilator with mask Positive pressure ventilator for sufferers of SAS Positive pressure ventilator for sufferers of SAS diagnostic system Hi-Sanso® 3C SLEEPMATE ®

Respiratory disease

Atrovent ® Rhinocort ®

SLEEPMATE ®

SLEEP WATCHER ® High-performance sleep disorder

Bone and joint disease

Bonalon ® Onealfa

®

Treatment for osteoporosis Treatment for osteoporosis

SAFHS ®

Sonic Accelerated Fracture Healing System

Cardiovascular and Tricor ® metabolic disease Venilon ® Other Laxoberon ® Bonalfa ®

Treatment for hyperlipidemia

Treatment for severe infectious diseases Laxative Treatment for psoriasis SAFHS ®

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Main Sites n

London Hamburg Dalian Qingdao Wuxi Jeddah Hanoi Bangkok Ningbo Taipei Hong Kong Manila Ho Chi Minh City Jakarta

Fiber Products Marketing Business Group

Paris

Milan

Gosen Fukui Tokyo Osaka Shanghai Nagoya

New York Los Angeles

Outline of Operations

Textiles and Apparel Group

In the area of textiles and apparel, NI Teijin Shoji offers comprehensive solutions that encompass the entire process--from product and brand development through to the procurement of raw materials; processing, including dyeing and sewing; and retail sales. While identifying itself primarily as a trading company, NI Teijin Shoji also boasts an R&D team that employs proprietary technologies to develop advanced functional fibers. These efforts have enabled the company to develop and launch exciting new products in such demanding fields as sportswear and bedding, which require fibers that deliver particularly outstanding performance. Teijin Shoji also retails an extensive range of products, including high-end men's and ladies' apparel, as well as casual wear, sportswear and up-market brand-name apparel. The company's success in the apparel retailing business is in no small part due to its overseas network, which enables it to keep abreast of global fashion trends and industry movements.

Industrial Textiles and Materials Group

NI Teijin Shoji provides an extensive range of highperformance car seat fabrics, automobile interior materials, tire cords and other products to Japan's top automakers. In the construction and civil engineering field, the company sells tents made with fibers manufactured by Teijin Techno Products and boasts the top share of this market. High-performance products handled by NI Teijin Shoji include AEROSHELTER®, a large temporary tent made from a lightweight, highly weather-resistant polyester cloth, which is attracting attention for a variety of applications, such as temporary shelters in the aftermath of disasters. The company also handles high-performance textile fibers used in curtains, bedding and other household products.

A.P Associa Plaza

This ladies' wear boutique is operated by Teijin Associa Retail, which also operates the venerable Teijin Men's Shop stores. Developed around the concept of "the adult woman's clothes closet," A.P Associa Plaza combines classic looks with trendy items and carries a wide range of fashions--from original casual to imported formal wear--offering new and exciting styling ideas aimed particularly at working women in their 20s.

RICH-TEC® NEO

Waterproof textile developed by NI Teijin Shoji

High-performance household products

NI Teijin Shoji handles a range of high-performance household products. These include a household dusting cloth made with Microstar ®--a high-density fabric comprising ultrafine microfibers one-hundredth the diameter of a human hair--that cleans without detergent, and highly absorbent, fast-drying towels. The company also handles blanket covers made with Microguard ®, a high-density fabric composed of ultrafine microfibers that is attracting attention for its ability to repel mites and house dust, making it highly suitable for individuals with respiratory allergies, atopic dermatitis and other health problems triggered by these allergens. These products are sold at retailers and mass merchandisers as well as at Teijin's online shop.

Household dusting cloth

Microguard ®

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Business Groups

IT Business Group

Outline of Operations

Mobile Internet solutions

The Teijin Group's mobile Internet solutions business focuses on SI for mobile phone carriers, as well as customer relationship management (CRM)* and other solutions for companies in all industries. The Group also provides an emergency alert and safety confirmation service for schools and companies, e-mail digest service, virtual concierge, call center automation, automated mobile phone directory assistance and voice recognition-based telephone transfer services.

*CRM refers to the use of information systems by companies to build and maintain customer loyalty.

Life science solutions

This category includes the development and sale of integrated systems for hospitals and medical imaging systems administration and package software for pharmacies.

Enterprise solutions

We offer companies a broad range of IT solutions, including the planning, construction, installation, administration and maintenance of tailored accounting/account closing, management and other systems that help companies make optimal use of information. We also provide companies with knowledge management solutions, encompassing document management services, e-bookkeeping systems and electronic patent licensing systems.

Infocommerce services

The Teijin Group's infocommerce services encompass mobile commerce and content services. Mobile commerce services, that is, e-commerce services for mobile phones, include the provision of ring tone melodies and other entertainment services. They also include the management of Japan's preeminent news site for mobile phones, The NewsTM, which is free of charge, as well as the provision of a comprehensive portal site. Content services include HOT NEWS, a fee-based news service, and such new services as Mobile Novel, which lets users download and read novels, and Shopping Mall, a virtual shopping system.

Data center services

Through the Shin-Yokohama Data Center, the Teijin Group provides client companies worldwide with an extensive range of outsourcing services in Japan and overseas. These include optimal information network planning, engineering, administration, monitoring, maintenance and help center services, as well as comprehensive systems administration, monitoring and repair services, equipment and resource management services, and application service provider (ASP) services.

Business Area

PitBullTM series Mobile Internet solutions Yakumaru ®

Principal Products and Services

The PitBullTM series provides a secure Internet platform that protects Web servers from such dangers as unauthorized content copying and data leakage An e-mail-to-mobile phone transfer service that abridges e-mails received for easy viewing on mobile phones

Yakumaru ®

Mechamelo ® series, Mobile phone ring tone melody services Super P Melo ® Infocommerce services Ticket Navi ® The NewsTM

(free of charge) Ticket sales service for mobile phones and PCs A free service for mobile phones that provides news, weather, horoscopes and shopping and other information A support system for radiologists that encompasses services ranging from systems development to the efficient administration of medical imaging A protocol-driven data administration system developed to meet the needs of absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion (ADME) pharmokinetic testing A microbial genome database for comparative analysis A next-generation ERP software package developed by a consortium of systems development firms from various industries A total support solution that coordinates document preparation, filing, printing, storing and use of information from the main system A collaboration support system that offers not only file sharing and work flow and database search, but also file management functions A comprehensive information network service for companies in Japan and overseas that encompasses planning and engineering, administration, monitoring and help desk services The NewsTM

Mechamelo® series

iRad ® series Life science solutions Debra GIBOX

(Genome Information Box)

GRANDIT ® Enterprise solutions e-Report Hub Station Livelink ®

iRad ®-IA

Data center services

X-TATION ®

X-TATION ®

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Directory

(As of July 2005)

Holding Companies

Teijin Limited Osaka Head Office 6-7, Minami-Hommachi 1-chome, Chuo-ku, Osaka 541-8587, Japan Tel: +81-6-6268-2132 Tokyo Head Office 1-1, Uchisaiwaicho 2-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8585, Japan Tel: +81-3-3506-4529 http://www.teijin.co.jp

Iwakuni Factory

Synthetic Fibers

R&D, production and sale of polyester raw materials, polyester fibers and textiles for apparel use Teijin Fibers Limited 6-7, Minami-Hommachi 1-chome, Chuo-ku, Osaka 541-8587, Japan Tel: +81-6-6268-2620 http://www.teijinfiber.com

Matsuyama Factory

Nantong Teijin Co., Ltd. 19 Zhongyang Road, Nantong Economic & Technological Development Zone, Nantong, Jiangsu, PRC Tel: +86-513-3599888 Thai Namsiri lntertex Co., Ltd. 2nd Floor, Room 22-25, Thai C.C. Tower, 889 South Sathorn Road, Yannawa, Sathorn, Bangkok 10120, Thailand Tel: +66-2-210-0789 Production and sale of polytrimethylene terephthalate (PTT) fibers Solotex Corporation 2-6, Dojima Hama 1-chome, Kita-ku, Osaka 530-8205, Japan Tel: +81-6-6347-3122 Operation and management of recycling, health care and welfare facilities Teijin Kosan Co., Ltd. 77, Kita-Yoshida-cho, Matsuyama, Ehime 791-8530, Japan Tel: +81-89-971-2222 R&D, production and sale of aramid and industrial-use polyester fibers Teijin Techno Products Limited 6-7, Minami-Hommachi 1-chome, Chuo-ku, Osaka 541-8587, Japan Tel: +81-6-6268-2635 http://www.teijin-technoproducts.co.jp

Matsuyama Factory

2345, Nishi-Habu-cho, Matsuyama, Ehime 791-8536, Japan Tel: +81-89-973-7700

Tokuyama Factory

2-1, Hinode-cho, Iwakuni, Yamaguchi 740-8511, Japan Tel: +81-827-24-6500

Mihara Factory

1-1, Yuka-cho, Shunan, Yamaguchi 745-0813, Japan Tel: +81-834-25-4555 Production, processing and sale of polyester fibers P.T. Teijin Indonesia Fiber Corporation [TIFICO] JL. M.H. Thamrin, Kec, Pinang, P.O. Box 485, Tangerang 15001, Indonesia Tel: +62-21-53120773 Teijin Polyester (Thailand) Limited [TPL] Teijin (Thailand) Limited [TJT] 19th Floor, Ploenchit Tower, 898 Ploenchit Road, Lumpinee, Patumwan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand Tel: +66-2-263-0700 Teijin Hong Kong Limited 812-814 AIA Tower, New World Center, 20 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong Tel: +852-2739-9011 Teijin Modern Yarn Co., Ltd. Production and sale of yarn for various fibers 6-349, Imae-cho, Komatsu, Ishikawa 923-8550, Japan Tel: +81-761-22-0935 Teijin Nestex Co., Ltd. Dyeing and processing of yarn for various textiles Ro-131, Daishoji Kamifukuda-cho, Kaga, Ishikawa 922-8688, Japan Tel: +81-761-72-7720 Teijin Tecloth Limited Production and sale of spun yarns and woven and knitted fabrics 22, Aza-Teigai, Oaza-Yotsunuki, Sobue-cho, Nakajima-gun, Aichi 495-8510, Japan Tel: +81-587-97-1101 Teijin Tedy Co., Ltd. Production and processing of synthetic fibers 2345, Nishi-Habu-cho, Matsuyama, Ehime 791-8044, Japan Tel: +81-89-972-3479

1-1, Enichi-cho 1-chome, Mihara, Hiroshima 723-8611, Japan Tel: +81-848-63-3111

Matsuyama Factory

77, Kita-Yoshida-cho, Matsuyama, Ehime 791-8530, Japan Tel: +81-89-971-1000

Electronic Materials Research Laboratories Structural Analysis Research Laboratories

3-2, Asahigaoka 4-chome, Hino, Tokyo 191-8512, Japan Tel: +81-42-581-4321

Advanced Technologies Research Laboratories

2-1, Hinode-cho, Iwakuni, Yamaguchi 740-8511, Japan Tel: +81-827-24-6543

China Marketing Office (Shanghai Branch)

77, Kita-Yoshida-cho, Matsuyama, Ehime 791-8530, Japan Tel: +81-89-971-1134

Iwakuni Factory

Room 1003, Shanghai International Trade Center, 2001 Yan An Road (West), Shanghai 200336, PRC Tel: +86-21-6219-3866 Teijin Holdings USA Inc. 101 East 52nd Street, 27th Floor, New York, NY 10022, U.S.A. Tel: +1-212-308-8744 Teijin Holdings Netherlands B.V. Reguns Amsterdam Atrium, Strawinskylaan 3051, 1077 XX Amsterdam, The Netherlands Tel: +31-20-577-6057 Teijin Holdings UK PLC Berkeley Square House, Berkeley Square, London W1J 6BD, U.K. Tel: +44-20-7869-8295

2-1, Hinode-cho, Iwakuni, Yamaguchi 740-8511, Japan Tel: +81-827-24-6505

Mihara Factory

1-1, Enichi-cho 1-chome, Mihara, Hiroshima 723-8611, Japan Tel: +81-848-63-3115

Industrial Fiber Technology Center

4-1, Minohara 3-chome, Ibaraki, Osaka 567-0006, Japan Tel: +81-72-643-1176 Production and sale of aramid and other fibers Teijin Twaron B.V. Teijin Twaron Institute P.O. Box 9600, 6800 TC, Arnhem, The Netherlands Tel: +31-26-3662423 http://www.twaron.com Teijin Twaron USA, Inc. 801-F Blacklawn Road, Conyers, Georgia 30012, U.S.A. Tel: +1-770-929-0781

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Corporate Information

Teijin Twaron Asia Co., Ltd. Room 1003, Shanghai International Trade Center, 2001 Yan An Road (West), Shanghai 200336, PRC Tel: +86-21-6219-5356 Production and sale of carbon fibers Toho Tenax Co., Ltd. 38-16, Hongo 2-chome, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-8404, Japan Tel: +81-3-5842-3700 http://www.tohotenax.com

Mishima Factory

Processing of aramid and polyester tire cord Union Tire Cord Limited 6-7, Minami-Hommachi 1-chome, Chuo-ku, Osaka 541-8587, Japan Tel: +81-6-6268-2894 P.T. Branta Mulia Teijin Indonesia [BTI] JL. Pahlawan, Desa Karang Asem Timur Citeureup, Bogor 16810, Indonesia Tel: +62-21-8760864

Production and sale of polycarbonate resin, PET resin, resin products and other chemicals Teijin Chemicals Limited 2-2, Uchisaiwaicho 1-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0011, Japan Tel: +81-3-3506-4707 http://www.teijinkasei.co.jp

Matsuyama Factory Polymer Science Research Laboratories Optical Materials Research Laboratories

Films and Plastics

Tel: +81-55-986-1200

R&D Institute (Mishima)

Tel: +81-55-986-1240 234, Kamitogari, Nagaizumi-cho, Sunto-gun, Shizuoka 411-8720, Japan

Administration of polyester films joint venture Teijin Films Limited 1-1, Uchisaiwaicho 2-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8585, Japan Tel: +81-3-3506-4291 Production, processing and sale of polyester films Teijin DuPont Films Japan Limited 1-1, Uchisaiwaicho 2-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8585, Japan Tel: +81-3-3506-4243 http://www.teijindupontfilms.jp

Gifu Factory Research and Development Center

77, Kita-Yoshida-cho, Matsuyama, Ehime 791-8041, Japan Tel: +81-89-973-7100

Mihara Factory

1-20, Enichi-cho 1-chome, Mihara, Hiroshima 723-0015, Japan Tel: +81-848-63-9551

Plastics Technical Center

Toho Tenax America, Inc. 121 Cardiff Valley Road Rockwood, TN 37854, U.S.A. Tel: +1-865-354-8408 Toho Tenax Europe GmbH Kasinostrasse 19-21, D-42103 Wuppertal, Germany Tel: +49-202-322352 http://www.tenax-fibers.com Production and sale of monofilaments Teijin Monofilament Limited 1-3, Nishi-Shimbashi 1-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0003, Japan Tel: +81-3-5521-1750 Teijin Monofilament Germany GmbH Max-Fischer Str. 11, 86399 Bobingen, Germany Tel: +49-8234-99-2510 Teijin Monofilament U.S., Inc. 991 Mount Pleasant Road (29307), P.O. Box 5450, Spartanburg, SC 29304, U.S.A. Tel: +1-864-529-9206 Production and sale of aramid papers DuPont Teijin Advanced Papers (Japan) Limited 11-1, Nagatacho 2-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-6111, Japan Tel: +81-3-5521-2800 DuPont Teijin Advanced Papers (Asia) Limited 26/F, Tower 6, The Gateway, 9 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong Tel: +852-2734-5363 Production and sale of artificial leather Teijin Cordley Limited 6-7, Minami-Hommachi 1-chome, Chuo-ku, Osaka 541-8587, Japan Tel: +81-6-6268-3252

4-13, Ohnodai 1-chome, Midori-ku, Chiba 267-0056, Japan Tel: +81-43-295-4400 Production, processing and sale of plastics and plastic products Teijin Polycarbonate Singapore Pte Ltd. 152 Beach Road, #17-03/04, Gateway East, Singapore 189721 Tel: +65-6298-8381 Teijin Polycarbonate China Ltd. No. 888 Yashan West Road, Zhapu, Development Zone, Jiaxing City, Zhejiang Province 314201, PRC Tel: +86-573-558-3333 Hiroshima Plastic Limited Production and sale of plastic molded products 118 Yonemitsu, Happonmatsu-cho, HigashiHiroshima, Hiroshima 739-0133, Japan Tel: +81-82-428-0048 http://www.hiroshimaplastic.co.jp WinTech Polymer Limited Production and sale of polybutylene terephthalate (PBT) resin and glass fiberreinforced PET resin 18-1, Konan 2-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-8280, Japan Tel: +81-3-6711-8610 http://www.wintechpolymer.co.jp

1357, Minamijo, Anpachi-cho, Anpachi-gun, Gifu 503-0123, Japan Tel: +81-584-64-5900

Utsunomiya Factory

13-1, Kiyohara Kogyo Danchi, Utsunomiya, Tochigi 321-3231, Japan Tel: +81-28-667-5411

Ibaraki Factory

920-84 Serizawa, Tamatsukuri-machi, Namekata-gun, Ibaraki 311-3501, Japan Tel: +81-299-36-2111 DuPont Teijin Films U.S. Limited Partnership 1 Discovery Drive, P.O. Box 411, Hopewell, VA 23860, U.S.A. Tel: +1-804-530-9339 DuPont Teijin Films U.K. Limited Delberttie Road, Drungans, Dumfries DG2 8YA, Scotland, U.K. Tel: +44-1387-247-222 DuPont Teijin Films Luxembourg S.A. P.O. Box 1681, L-1016 Luxembourg Tel: +352-2616-6212 P.T. Indonesia Teijin DuPont Films JL. M.H. Thamrin, Kel. Panunggangan Kotamadya-Tangerang 15001, Indonesia Tel: +62-21-5312-2115 DuPont Teijin Films China Limited 26/F, Tower 6, The Gateway, 9 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong Tel: +852-2734-5345

Pharmaceuticals and Home Health Care

R&D, production and sale of pharmaceuticals and home health care equipment, and provision of home health care services Teijin Pharma Limited 1-1, Uchisaiwaicho 2-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8585, Japan Tel: +81-3-3506-4077 http://www.teijin-pharma.co.jp

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Trading and Retail

Sale, import and export of fibers, industrial materials, chemicals and raw materials for fibers NI Teijin Shoji Co., Ltd. 6-7, Minami-Hommachi 1-chome, Chuo-ku, Osaka 541-8540, Japan Tel: +81-6-6266-8011 http://www2.ni-teijinshoji.co.jp Planning and sale of fiber products Teijin Associa Retail Limited Retailing of men's and women's apparel and related products, and interior goods 8-6, Shinkawa 1-chome, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0033, Japan Tel: +81-3-3206-5811 http://www.tjnaso.co.jp Teiken Limited Manufacture and sale of supporters, underwear and other health-related garments 6-7, Minami-Hommachi 1-chome, Chuo-ku, Osaka 541-8587, Japan Tel: +81-6-6268-2130 Teijin WOW Limited Manufacture and sale of jeans and pants 4-5, Bingomachi 1-chome, Chuo-ku, Osaka 541-0051, Japan Tel: +81-6-6268-3173 http://www.teijin-wow.com Folkner Limited Manufacture and sale of men's apparel 23-17, Jingumae 6-chome, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0001, Japan Tel: +81-3-5766-6835 Texet Limited Manufacture and sale of materials for industrial use 25-15, Nihonbashi-Ningyocho 2-chome, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-0013, Japan Tel: +81-3-3639-2226

Others

Teijin Intellectual Property Center Limited Intellectual property-related services 1-1, Uchisaiwaicho 2-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8585, Japan Tel: +81-3-3506-4463 Teijin Entech Co., Ltd. Maintenance of Group companies' facilities and supply of electricity 6-7, Minami-Hommachi 1-chome, Chuo-ku, Osaka 541-8587, Japan Tel: +81-6-6268-2220 Teijin Creative Staff Co., Ltd. Contracting out of personnel, administration, accounting and finance services 6-7, Minami-Hommachi 1-chome, Chuo-ku, Osaka 541-8587, Japan Tel: +81-6-6268-2000 Teijin Logistics Co., Ltd. Transportation and warehouse operation 6-7, Minami-Hommachi 1-chome, Chuo-ku, Osaka 541-8587, Japan Tel: +81-6-6268-2070 Teibi Limited Printing business and advertising agency 6-7, Minami-Hommachi 1-chome, Chuo-ku, Osaka 541-8587, Japan Tel: +81-6-6268-2181 http://www.teibi.com Machinery and engineering business Teijin Engineering Limited 6-7, Minami-Hommachi 1-chome, Chuo-ku, Osaka 541-8587, Japan Tel: +81-6-6268-2227 http://www.teijin-eng.co.jp Kure Kogyo Co., Ltd. 2-1, Hinode-cho, Iwakuni, Yamaguchi 740-0014, Japan Tel: +81-827-21-8111 Teijin Eco-science Limited Environmental assessment, analysis and measurement 3-8, Mita 3-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-0073, Japan Tel: +81-3-5440-4301 http://www.teijin-eco.co.jp

3-2, Asahigaoka 4-chome, Hino, Tokyo 191-8512, Japan Tel: +81-42-586-8113

Iwakuni Factory Pharmaceutical Products Research Laboratories

2-1, Hinode-cho, Iwakuni, Yamaguchi 740-8511, Japan Tel: +81-827-24-6500

Home Health Care Technology Service Center

1357, Minamijo, Anpachi-cho, Anpachi-gun, Gifu 503-0123, Japan Tel: +81-584-64-5151

Teijin Biomedical Laboratory Medical Research Council

1-3 Burtonhole Lane, Mill Hill, London NW7 1AD, U.K. Tel: +44-20-8906-7100 Teijin America, Inc. 202 Carnegie Center, Suite 105, Princeton, NJ 08540, U.S.A. Tel: +1-609-716-7636 Production and sale of pharmaceuticals Teysan Pharmaceuticals Co., Ltd. 100, Takamatsu-cho 1-chome, Tachikawa, Tokyo 190-0011, Japan Tel: +81-42-521-7633 http://www.teysan.co.jp Home health care services Teijin Home Healthcare East Japan Limited 11-27, Kami-Ochiai 2-chome, Chuo-ku, Saitama 338-0001, Japan Tel: +81-48-851-6366 Teijin Home Healthcare Tokyo Limited 1-3, Nishi-Shimbashi 1-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0003, Japan Tel: +81-3-3506-4867 Teijin Home Healthcare Central Japan Limited 12-35, Izumi 1-chome, Higashi-ku, Nagoya, Aichi 461-0001, Japan Tel: +81-52-961-7610 Teijin Home Healthcare Kansai Limited 1-31, Shinmachi 3-chome, Nishi-ku, Osaka 550-0013, Japan Tel: +81-6-6268-3384 Teijin Home Healthcare West Japan Limited 13-4, Nobori-cho, Naka-ku, Hiroshima 730-0016, Japan Tel: +81-82-228-0691 Teijin Home Healthcare Kyushu Limited 9-16, Hakata-eki Minami 2-chome, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka 812-0016, Japan Tel: +81-92-481-2315

IT and New Businesses

Information services, development and sale of computer software Infocom Corporation 11, Kanda-Surugadai 3-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0062, Japan Tel: +81-3-3518-3000 http://www.infocom.co.jp Teijin Advanced Films Limited Development, production and sale of aramid films 1-1, Uchisaiwaicho 2-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8585, Japan Tel: +81-3-3506-4592

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Corporate Information

Major Developments in Teijin's History

Major Developments in Teijin's History

Synthetic Fibers

1910

Phase 1

1915 1918

Teijin's predecessor, Azuma Industries Ltd., establishes Yonezawa rayon plant. Teikoku Rayon Co., Ltd., is established. 1918 Launches rayon business

Evolution from rayon yarn company to comprehensive fibers manufacturer

1920 1930 1940 1950

1933

Teikoku Rayon lists on the Tokyo Stock Exchange and the Osaka Securities Exchange.

1953

Teijin Scholarship Foundation is established.

1955

Launches acetate business Launches polyester fibers business

1958 1960 Teikoku Rayon establishes head office in Tokyo, in addition to the existing head office in Osaka. Teikoku Rayon changes its name to Teijin Limited. Fuji Training Center is established. Osaka Head Office moves to Teijin Building (current location). 1971

1960

1963

Launches nylon business

1962

Phase 2

1970

Diversification

1972 1974

Withdraws from rayon business

1972

Launches aramid fibers business

1980

1990

1989 1992 1993 1998

Research department is restructured. Teijin Global Environmental Charter is formulated. Corporate Philosophy, Corporate Code of Conduct and Corporate Standards of Conduct are formulated. Corporate Ethics Committee is established and Corporate Ethics Guidelines are formulated. Advisory Board is established and corporate officer system is introduced.

1999

Launches carbon fibers business

2000

1999

Phase 3

2001

Launches Twaron® para-aramid fibers business

2002

Withdraws from acetate business

A new beginning

2003 2003 Holding company system is adopted. 2003

Withdraws from nylon business Establishes polyester textured yarn production and ab t y sales company in t PRC. e the 2003 Expands production facilities for Twaron ® para-aramid fibers, capacity 2004 Establishes manufacturing site for carbon stablis ab fibers in the United States, thereby creating e a glob supply network encompassing facilities g bal in J pan, North America and Europe Jap

2004 2005

Teijin Group Privacy Protection Policy is formulated. Establishes Chief Social Responsibility Officer (CSRO) position and CSR Office.

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Films and Plastics

Pharmaceuticals and Home Health Care

Trading and Retail, IT and New Products

1952 Launches retail business

1960 Launches polycarbonate resin business

1971 Launches PET film business

1973 Launches pharmaceuticals business 1974 Establishes Teijin Institute for Biomedical Research 1982 Launches home health care business

1978 Launches PET resin business

1983 Launches IT business

1990 Launches PEN film business

1996 Commences independent sales 9 C of ethical drugs in Japan 2000 Establishes polyester film joint 0 0 venture with DuPont of the United States with operations in seven countries

2001 Establishes NI Teijin Shoji Co., Ltd. 0 E 2001 Reestablishes Infocom Corporation

2003 0

Commences operations at new polycarbonate Com compounding plant in the PRC 2003 200 Commences PET resin recycling operations using bottle-to-bottle recycling technology

2003 0

Signs licensing agreement with Beaufour Ipsen S.A. of France 2004 Concludes licensing agreement for 0 fashions by Luciano Soprani of Italy 2004 Launches sales of GRANDIT® next-generation ERP software package

2004 0

Esta s ablishes chemical recycling technology for polycarbonate resin 2004 Commences production of PEN films at Teijin DuPont Films' Utsunomiya Factory

2005 0

Commences sales of Tricor ®, a treatment for hyperlipidemia 2005 Begins maintenance and management of HOT business of Fujisawa Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. (currently Astellas Pharma Inc.), on contract basis

2005 Comm 0 ommences operations at new polycarbonate re plant in the PRC with 50,000-ton annual capacity resi esin

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Board of Directors, Corporate Auditors, Advisory Board and Teijin Group Corporate Officers

(As of July 2005)

Board of Directors

Chairman

President and CEO

Makoto Okitsu

Toru Nagashima

Senior Managing Director, CSO and CSRO

Senior Managing Director and CMO

Senior Managing Director and CFO

Takayuki Katayama

Yoshinaga Karasawa

Naoto Takano

Managing Director and CIO

Managing Director and CTO

Independent Outside Director

Independent Outside Director

Independent Outside Director

Shigeo Ohyagi

Takashi Yamagishi

Yuzaburo Mogi

Hajime Sasaki

Katsunari Suzuki

Corporate Auditors

Akihiro Ohkata Toshio Motoki Independent Outside Auditors Kiyoko Kinjo Sakae Morishige Ryozo Hayashi

Teijin Group Corporate Officers

Senior Executive Officers Yoshikuni Utsunomiya Junji Morita Executive Officers Akio Toshikiyo Yoji Suzuki Atsushi Numa Yasutoshi Noguchi Giichi Morita (CHO) Shunichi Takeda Kihachiro Sano Masaaki Hojo Norio Kamei Hiroshi Furukawa Corporate Officers Hiroyuki Iimuro Kazuyuki Sakai Mikio Kashimoto Atsushi Imaizumi Haruo Akao Akihiro Suzuoka Hideo Fujikawa Norio Otsuki Nobuhiko Sakai Nobuo Mochinaga Mamoru Kiyoki Yasunobu Yamamoto Masao Ishida Masayasu Nagao

Advisory Board

Makoto Okitsu (Chairman) Rob Margetts John W. Himes Yuzaburo Mogi Hajime Sasaki Katsunari Suzuki Toru Nagashima

Kazuo Shiro Keiji Toda Osamu Nishikawa Toyoshi Okada Shuichi Sato Hiroaki Furuya Hiromu Furuta Shiro Inoue Keiichiro Shinozuka Takashi Mishima Kenji Kubo Eiso W.A. Alberda van Ekenstein

CEO: Chief CSO: Chief CSRO: Chief CTO: Chief CMO: Chief CFO: Chief CHO: Chief CIO: Chief

Executive Officer Strategy Officer Social Responsibility Officer Technology Officer Marketing Officer Financial Officer Human Resources Officer Information Officer

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(As of March 31, 2005)

Established Head Offices

June 17, 1918 Osaka Head Office 6-7, Minami Hommachi 1-chome, Chuo-ku, Osaka 541-8587, Japan Tel: +81-6-6268-2132 Tokyo Head Office 1-1, Uchisaiwaicho 2-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8585, Japan Tel: +81-3-3506-4529

Fiscal Year-End Common Stock

March 31 Authorized Issued Paid-in capital Shareholders 1,931,345,000 shares 928,298,872 shares ¥70,788 million 110,715 91 68 159 10,361 8,599

Number of Teijin Group Companies

Japan Overseas Total Japan Overseas

Number of Teijin Group Employees

Stock Exchange Listings Stock Code Stock Transfer Agent Dividends Reports Available to Shareholders and Investors Annual Meeting of Shareholders Independent Public Accountants Teijin on the Internet

Total 18,960 Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Fukuoka, Sapporo 3401 UFJ Trust Bank Limited, Corporate Agency Department Dividends are usually declared in June and November. Dividends are usually paid in or about June and December. Annual Report Fact Book Kessan Tanshin (Japanese summary financial report) The Teijin Group CSR Report The annual meeting of shareholders is held before the end of June in Osaka. KPMG AZSA & Co., Osaka, Japan http://www.teijin.co.jp/ Teijin's web site offers a wealth of corporate and product information, including the latest annual report, financial results and corporate news. If you have any questions or would like copies of any of our reports, please contact: Japan Junichi Ichida General Manager Public Relations & Investor Relations Office 1-1, Uchisaiwaicho 2-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8585, Japan Tel: +81-3-3506-4407 Fax: +81-3-3506-4150 E-mail: [email protected] Overseas Teijin Holdings UK PLC Berkeley Square House, Berkeley Square, London W1J 6BD, U.K. Tel: +44-20-7887-6228 Fax: +44-20-7869-8126

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