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October 2008

Rock Hill, S.C.-based Springs Creative Products Group LLC has announced a licensing agreement with Nickelodeon and Viacom Consumer Products, allowing Springs Creative to offer Nickelodeon and Nick Jr. properties as part of its retail fabric and craft kit product lines.

South Boston, Va.-based luxury linen supplier Hilden America Inc. has updated its website, located at www.hildenamerica.com. The site includes features such as detailed product images and accurate color representations to help clients browse and select products.

Germany-based BASF SE has released an eight-page, English-language brochure providing information on the glyoxal properties in various applications and the services BASF offers for it. The brochure, titled “Glyoxal: The Sustainable Solution For Your Business,” may be downloaded or ordered in print at www.glyoxal-solutions.com.

Research and Markets Ltd., Ireland, has released the 2008 World Textile and Apparel Trade and Production Trends report, Edition 1. Information about the report, as well as instructions for ordering, can be found at www.researchandmarkets.com/product/2b257e/world_textile_and_apparel_trade_and production.

Richmond, Va.-based Carpenter Co. has launched an interactive, educational website, located at www.sleepbetter.org, to provide users with tools, tips and information on how to improve their sleep.

Belgium-based Balta Group has launched its new website, www.baltagroup.com. The new site can be displayed in four languages, and features an updated design and information about Balta Group and its products.

The Toronto-based Textile Museum of Canada is creating a section of its website, located at www.textilemuseum.ca, to showcase the role of textiles in culture. “In Touch: Connecting Cloth, Culture + Arts” will offer audio and video recordings of the museum’s educational programs in addition to existing online collections and exhibitions.

Germany-based Engelbert Strauss GmbH & Co. KG’s working trousers, part of the company’s active workwear line, are the first products globally to receive Germany-based Hohenstein Institutes’ Hohenstein Quality Label for fit.

Solvay Chemicals Inc., Houston, has launched its new SOLVAir products website, located at www.solvair.us. The site is targeted to the air pollution control industry.

Bloomington, Indiana-based Textillery Weavers has updated its website, www.textillery.com. The site features user-friendly search tools and showcases Textillery’s handwoven throw collection, as well as the company’s custom color and design capabilities for the hospitality and contract design markets.

Pasadena, Calif.-based Avery Dennison Corp.’s Information and Brand Management Division (IBMD) has launched a new solutions-center website for apparel producers, retailers and brand owners. The site, located at www.ibmd.averydennison.com, offers retail identification solutions for displaying, tracking, tracing and protecting brands, products and information.

Leominster, Mass.-based Spectro Coating Corp. now offers custom-manufactured flocked materials ranging from blankets to optical and metallurgical pads, commercial carpet, specialty fabrics and tapes. The products can incorporate combinations of various fiber sizes, materials and selective adhesives, and can be cut and finished to match specifications.