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From Farm To Fabric: The Many Faces Of Cotton - The 74th Plenary Meeting of the International Cotton Advisory Committee (ICAC)
12/06/2015 - 12/11/2015

Capstone Course On Nonwoven Product Development
12/07/2015 - 12/11/2015

2nd Morocco International Home Textiles & Homewares Fair
03/16/2016 - 03/19/2016

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January 2000:

Cotton Incorporated's annual "Celebration of American Style," held recently in New York, featured a fashion show with cotton creations by several prominent designers.

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February 2000:

With today's increasingly casual lifestyles, people are demanding the comfort and style that spandex provides. In this issue, Virginia Borland breaks down the competitive spandex market and shows why it is so successful.

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March 2000:

Roger Chastain, president and chief operating officer of Mount Vernon Mills Inc., and incoming president of the American Textile Manufacturers Institute (ATMI), discusses his plans and priorities in a wide-ranging interview. Chastain is shown here at Mount Vernon's La France plant.

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April 2000:

Using a self-timing camera, ATI Technical Editor Eric Vonwiller took this photo of himself on his "Waterbuffalo" motorcycle minutes before a wreck left him critically injured. In this issue, Vonwiller tells how the special riding suit he was wearing that day saved his life.

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May 2000:

Mount Vernon Mills, winner of the ATI Award for Innovation, introduced a new "weave logo" that reflects the range of products it manufactures. The logo depicts yarn, piece-dyed fabric, finished fabric and greige goods.

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June 2000:

This year's FOCUS issue spotlights both the product and customer commitment in five world-class textile manufacturing facilities.

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July 2000:
ATI's International Buyers' Guide is your key to business opportunities in the global textile marketplace.

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August 2000:
ATIexplores the latest trends and needs in construction, power and air filtration in this issue's in-depth review of the industry's infrastructure.

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September 2000:
ATIpresents a guide to the more than 430 exhibitors expected at next month's ATME-I 2000 in Greenville, S.C., and offers a comprehensive preview of more than 300 key exhibitors at the show.

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October 2000:

 Angelina® aluminum metal fibers from Meadowbrook Inventions Inc., Bernardsville, N.J., and Angelina yarn by Brodnax Mills Inc., Brodnax, Va., were a highlight of this year's Yarn Fair International.

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November 2000:
ATIrounds up fact and opinion on the recent China/WTO events - what changes lie ahead, and how will our leaders respond?

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December 2000:

Reputation, performance, product expansion and a new licensing agreement keep DuPont's Kevlar at the forefront of synthetic fibers.

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