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Gildan To Complete Offshore Manufacturing Consolidations
Montreal-based branded basic apparel manufacturer Gildan Activewear Inc. announced plans to shutter its two remaining textile facilities in Montreal and its Bombay, N.Y.-based cutting facility during the fourth quarter of fiscal 2007, which ends September 30. In addition, the company is closing two Mexico-based sewing facilities that receive fabric from its Canadian operations, effective immediately.
March 28, 2007

DuPont Receives Award For Sorona® Program
DuPont, Wilmington, Del., has received an Industrial Biotechnology Leadership Award from the North Carolina Biotechnology Center, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina.
March 28, 2007

Renfro To Shutter Mount Airy Riverside Plant
Renfro Corp., a Mount Airy, N.C.-based manufacturer and distributor of socks, announced it will shut down production at its Mount Airy Riverside Manufacturing plant as of May 13, 2007.
March 28, 2007

TRA HTE Team To Promote Silpure® Technology
March 28, 2007

Jockey International To Shut Down Operations In Jamaica, Georgia
March 28, 2007

Wellman To Raise Fortrel Fiber Prices
March 20, 2007

RadiciSpandex Names Carmen Marc Valvo To Judge Design Scholarship Contest
RadiciSpandex Corp., Gastonia, N.C., has named Carmen Marc Valvo to serve as designer judge and honoree for its eighth annual "Stretch to the Future" Design Scholarship Competition.
March 20, 2007

ATHM Names Whatley Adjunct Curator Of Machinery
The American Textile History Museum (ATHM), Lowell, Mass., has named Lowell McKay "Mac" Whatley as adjunct curator of machinery. Whatley - a lawyer based in Asheboro, N.C., whose earlier professional career revolved around archaeology and architectural history - has long had an interest in Southern textile history.
March 20, 2007

Hills Develops Nanofiber Meltblown Fabric Technology
Hills Inc., a West Melbourne, Fla.-based specialty fiber extrusion equipment producer, has developed technology to produce meltblown fibers with an average size of 250 nanometers (nm) and a range between 25 and 400 nm.
March 20, 2007

BASF To Expand Manufacturing Capacity In China
Germany-based BASF AG has begun construction of a polyacrylate polymer manufacturing plant next to existing manufacturing facilities at its Pudong site near Shanghai.
March 20, 2007