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Nano-Tex Expands Technology Internationally
GREENSBORO, N.C., Nov. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Nano-Tex, LLC has expanded theapplication of its technology internationally with the licensing of MartelliLavorazioni Tessili S.p.A, one of the world's largest laundry and garmentfinishers, and Dominican Knits, a leading producer of knit fabrics andgarments. The company has also entered into its first agreements with agentsto promote licensing arrangements in the European and Japanese markets. Marking the first application of Nano-Tex's patented technology to sewngarments rather than fabric, Martelli, based in Italy, will utilize the NANO-PEL(TM) technology for use on cotton and cotton blend apparel treated andfinished in Europe for distribution to branded customers worldwide. Denimapparel will be the first product enhanced with the NANO-PEL technology withplans for other products in the future. Dominican Knits, based in the Dominican Republic and part of the Grupo Mcompanie
October 31, 2001

Carlos Moore Speaks To Atlanta Textile Club
October 31, 2001

Berkshire Hathaway To Acquire Fruit Of The Loom39 S Apparel Business
CHICAGO and OMAHA, Neb., Nov. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Fruit of the Loom, Ltd.(OTC Bulletin Board: FTLAQ), Fruit of the Loom, Inc. (collectively the"Company") and Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (BRK.A, BRK.B) announced that they andcertain of their respective subsidiaries have executed a definitive agreementtoday (the "Purchase Agreement") for New FOL Inc., a Berkshire subsidiary, toacquire substantially all of the Company's basic apparel business operationsat a purchase price of $835 million in cash, subject to adjustments. Thepurchase price is subject to significant reduction for certain liabilities aswell as adjustment upward or downward depending on working capital levels.New FOL will assume the ordinary course post-petition liabilities and certainspecified pre-petition liabilities of the business. Warren E. Buffett, Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, said, "We've agreed tobuy Fruit of the Loom for two major reasons: the strength
October 31, 2001

India Aims At Global Role In Textiles
October 31, 2001

Rolling Out The Red Carpet
October 31, 2001

New Book Highlights Cotton Fibers Impact On U S Economy
October 31, 2001

Safe And Sound
October 31, 2001

National Acquires Glen Raven39 S Open-End-Package Dyeing Business
National Spinning Co., Inc., a leading US-based supplier of yarns, and Glen Raven Yarn Co., LLC confirmed today the acquisition, effective November 12, 2001, by National Spinning of Glen Ravens open-end spinning and package-dyeing business, including two plants located in Alamance County, North Carolina. The former Glen Raven plants, which will immediately be integrated into Nationals operations, will become known as the Alamance Spinning Plant and Alamance Dyeing Plant of National Spinning. Over 200 associates will be added to Nationals base of 1,600 owner-associates.The added capacity will enhance National Spinnings ability to service its customers. Commenting on the acquisition, Jim Chesnutt, president and CEO of National, stated, "Despite being in an environment that has not favored domestic textile producers, National is fortunate to be in a position to expand its core business. Chesnutt added
October 31, 2001

IFAI Flash Report
October 31, 2001

Better Chemistry
October 31, 2001