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Issues: 2001

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January 2001:
ATIlooks at how solution-dyed polyester manufacturer Martin Color-Fi has emerged from Chapter 11 with optimism. Also, in this issue, major breakthroughs in spinning technology on display at ATME-I 2000.

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February 2001:
ATI's weaving update examines terry production with the Vamatex Leonardo DynaTerry and Frotanna-Textil's installation of Sulzer Textil's G6200 F.

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March 2001:
ATIpresents the ATME-I 2001 Official Show Guide. Photo features an Acquajet water blade, courtesy of Arioli S.p.A. / Mega Marketing Inc.

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April 2001:

Parkdale's President and COO, Andy Warlick, is widely recognized as one of the textile industry's dynamic new leaders.

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May 2001:

Valdese Weavers Executives (left to right): Carson Copeland, senior vice president, manufacturing; Michael Shelton, president and CEO; Snyder Garrison, senior vice president, administration; Janet Kuck, vice president, information technology.

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June 2001:

Milliken & Company receives the Textile Industries 2001 Innovation Award, with special recognition to Jerry A. Cogan.

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July 2001:

The Textile Industries International Buyers' Guide is your key to business opportunities in the global textile marketplace.

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August 2001:

American Synthetic Fibers President Ray Amin

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September 2001:

Kurt Scholler, chairman, American Textile Machinery Association (ATMA) and CEO, American Truetzschler.

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October 2001:

Cary, N.C.-based 3TEX Inc. uses 3-D weaving techniques and a vacuum resin process to manufacture composites used for high-performance applications, including extreme sports equipment.

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November 2001:

Reeves Brothers Business Development Team (left to right): Scott Dempsey, vice president and general manager; Tom Layton, director of sales, Air Safety group; Frank Hannas, director of sales, Engineered Fabrics Group

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December 2001:

The field of medical textiles offers promising and rewarding opportunities to develop innovative products that have specialized applications.

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