Teijin Aramid is dedicated to sustainable entrepreneurship by finding a balance between the economic developments (profit), protection of the environment (planet), and bearing responsibility towards its employees and society (people). We believe that you need to take the interests of future generations into account. Through socially responsible sponsoring, we aim to show involvement and good neighborliness, corporate citizenship. Moreover, we continually choosing projects that improve the living environment of certain population groups near our business locations.
Amsterdam’s famous Stedelijk Museum of Modern Art originally opened its doors to the public in 1895 to exhibit the new, “modern” art that was creating a furor throughout Europe. A century later, the old Museum itself was in need of modernization. Architect Mels Crouwel had a vision for the new Stedelijk Museum, in particular the façade, which had to be a massive work of art. It turned out that Twaron was the key to make it happen. We took up the challenge and are proud of the result. The new façade of the Stedelijk Museum is made out of a total length of 8,500 km of Twaron para-aramid fibers and Tenax carbon fiber. Those fibers will lead you from Amsterdam to Tokyo. Or it can create the largest composite building in the world. Check out the Stedelijk Museum Movie.
Teijin Aramid is committed to its neighborhood. We show that by supporting regional initiatives that aim to improve the living environment for residents near our business locations. Our focus is on knowledge development, especially among youth. Recently, Teijin Aramid donated trees to Wildlands Adventure Zoo Emmen, a new zoo that opened in the spring of 2016. Wildlands is completely energy-neutral and compensates for the CO2 gas emitted by airplanes.