"Telempu" is the name of a mohair pile velvet used for seat covers and wall decoration. It is the most luxurious textile of its type. It was formerly used for the seat covers of the Imperial train, and it still can be found in a few rooms in the Imperial Palace and the National Diet Building. The word "Telempu" comes from the Dutch word "trijp", which is said to be derived from Arabic, and it is pronounced as tripe in French and Anglo-English. In 1958, the Dutch word trijp was translated as velude (velvet in English) in the Japanese-Dutch Dictionary, and eight years later it was again translated as telempu. In 1904, the word "Telempu" became a standardized Japanese word in "the Japanese Industrial Standard (JIS)" Textile Terminology.
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Establishment as C.I.HAYASHI (Joint venture with Carpet Inter).
Built Factory 1 and start production (Floor Carpet, Trunk part).
Capital Increase to 165Million THB.
Built Factory 2 and start production (Dash Silencer, Engine Hood).
ISO/TS16949 certificated / 100% owned by Hayashi Telempu Japan.
Installed Automatic Mold Machine for Floor Carpet.
Sales exceeded 1 billion THB.
Built Factory 3 and start production(Floor Carpet).
Sales exceeded 2 billion THB.
Capital Increase to 370Million THB.
Built Factory 4 and start production (Floor Carpet).
Built Factory 5 and start production (needle punch process).
Established AP(Accessary parts) department.
Sales exceeded 2.5 billion THB.
Built Test building & Prototype building (Introduced NV evaluation equipment).
Technical assistance contract with Autocarpets Inc. of Philippines.