No impairment of supply chain after earthquake in Japan
KEP announces in official letters, that the recent incidents in Japan will have no influence on its production.

The severe earthquake that struck the northeastern region of Japan on March 11, 2011, and its destructive effects on the Japanese population, deeply affected all employees of Korea Engineering Plastics.The personal tragedy of our Japanese friends is barely comprehensible. As an expression of deepest sympathy and support for the reconstruction, an amount of 10 million Korean Won (approx. 10,000 USD) was raised within the KEP team and donated to a charity organization.

After a thorough assessment it was found, that this catastrophy does not impair KEP's supply chain (find KEP's official statements below).

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