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May 1, 2001

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May 1, 2001

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May 1, 2001

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May 1, 2001

Assets Of Unifi Technical Fabrics To Be Acquired By Avgol Nonwovens
GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Unifi, Inc. (NYSE: UFI) announced that it has reached an agreement in principle to sell the assets ofits wholly owned subsidiary Unifi Technical Fabrics, LLC, to Avgol NonwovensIndustries of Holon, Israel. The agreement, which includes Avgol taking possession of Unifi TechnicalFabrics' (UTF) 125-acre site in Mocksville, N.C., is part of Unifi's ongoingeffort to focus more closely on its core business as a global leader in theproduction of synthetic fiber and yarns. "While we appreciate the long term growth potential of the nonwovensbusiness, the next phase of the UTF growth plan called for significantadditional capital investment," said Billy Moore, chief financial officer ofUnifi. "We felt that at present, our company and shareholders would best beserved by focusing our capital resources on our core businesses and using theproceeds from this sale to reduce debt." "This is a &#
May 1, 2001

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May 1, 2001

Rieter To Acquire Textile Machinery Activities Of Suessen
May 1, 2001

Spartan International Closes Mills
Spartanburg, S.C.-based Spartan International closed suddenly May 4, leaving 1,200 workers in six plants and the corporate offices without jobs.After defaults on financial agreements, assets of the company were seized by General Electric Corp., Fairfield, Conn. The management of the company made the decision to offer us peaceful possession of the assets, the collateral behind the loan, said John Oliver, spokesperson for General Electric, Stamford, Conn.Spartan had been a customer of General Electric since June 1999 but had trouble as early as December 1999, Oliver said.The six mills affected were the Spartanburg plant; the Rosemont plant, Jonesville, S.C.; the Jefferson plant, Jefferson, Ga.; the Cleveland-CaroKnits Lawndale plant, Lawndale, N.C.; the King Finishing plant, Statesboro, Ga.; and J.P. King Manufacturing, Augusta, Ga.Spartan President Barry Leonard said,
May 1, 2001

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May 1, 2001