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The Taiki Group Celebrates Manufacturing Milestone

December 4, 2007

MALAYSIA: The Taiki Group, the world’s leading producer and supplier of cosmetic sponges, celebrated two major milestones within its Taiki Malaysia manufacturing facilities—the 10th anniversary of the original factory and the grand opening of a second cosmetic sponge manufacturing facility.

According to the company, the expansion nearly doubles Taiki’s production capacity, provides state-of-the-art manufacturing, finishing and decorating processes, and expands its anti-bacterial, anti-yellowing and anti-copper treatment processes. The factories are ISO 9001 certified.

“This expansion has allowed for us to continue to exhibit our growth potential and better support our customers,” said the president of Taiki, Koji Nakamura.

Michael Castellano and Jim Perry from Eluci International, the U.S.-based sales and marketing division of Taiki, attended as honored guests.
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