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From Farm To Fabric: The Many Faces Of Cotton - The 74th Plenary Meeting of the International Cotton Advisory Committee (ICAC)
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12/07/2015 - 12/11/2015

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January 2002:

Textile educators and industry executives recently met at Clemson University to collaborate and plan the future of textile education.

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February 2002:

Werner Braun, president of the Carpet and Rug Institute

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March 2002:

Van May, president, PCCA, and incoming ATMI president

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April 2002:

Textured Nylon and Lycra® yarns are stitched to a polyethylene nonwoven substrate base to produce this composite fabric manufactured by Xymid LLC. Zyflex uses the fabric in its Thermal Sportgear® garments.

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May 2002:
Textile World'sannual Success Stories issue highlights four companies staying ahead of the game and remaining competitive.

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June 2002:

G. Stephen Felker, chairman, president and CEO of Avondale Mills, Inc. — recipient of the Textile World 2002 Innovation Award.

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July 2002:

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

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August 2002:

This issue explores cogeneration, lighting, air compression and drying technologies - energy-efficient practices that can save costs and enhance a company's bottom line.

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September 2002:

Chinese lion dancing at business opening ceremony in Hong Kong

With all eyes on Beijing for the 8th CITME, this issue looks at China — its developing textile economy and investment in technology in preparation for 2005.

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October 2002:

The roof over the 4,000-square-meter public piazza at Berlin's Sony Center was constructed by Birdair Inc. using Sheerfill® V architectural membrane from Saint Gobain.

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November 2002:

Polyester and spandex man-made fibers provide high performance in activewear and other such apparel.

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December 2002:

Cotton remains a popular choice with consumers, thanks to developments in cotton technology and innovative marketing techniques.

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