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For The Record

In the recent news brief about KoSa (See KoSa Showcases Flame-Resistant Polyester For Hotels in Fiber World News, ATI September 1999.), the last paragraph should have read: Avora FR, formerly known as Trevira FR, is one of the worlds leading inherently flame-resistant fibers. Avora FR fabrics are used for hospitality, contract, healthcare, transportation and residential fabrics.The photo caption on page 46 of ATI September 1999. (See Driving Influences,) should have read: An automotive display at BASFs corporate headquarters in Mt. Olive, N.J., showcases the dozens of critical car components that are made better by products that BASF produces."


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