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12/06/2015 - 12/11/2015

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August 2002

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

Textile News

PROESA Launches El Salvador Works

Model Mill Brazil39 S Santista Textil

Innovation Award Flash Report

Range Of Opportunities

JTMA Partners With CEMATEX

ATMI Names New President

FabricLink Forms Advisory Board For New Market

Cotton Incorporated Reorganizes Global Marketing Division

Culp To Be Included In Russell 2000 Index

New Trade Law Will Hurt U S Textile Industry

Compact Or Fancy

AAFA Announces New Event

Compressing Costs

Charles A Hayes Dies At Age 68

ATMI OSHA Form Alliance To Promote Safe And Healthful Textile Workplace

From The Editor

Strength And Uncertainty

Business & Financial

Demand Remains Reasonably Strong

Yarn Market

Yarn Prices Are Up, The Light Is Very Bright

Quality Fabric Of The Month

Not To Be Outdone
Tuscarora's Five Star Brand cotton heather and mélange yarns exhibit enhanced sheen, soft hand and improved color.

Nonwovens / Technical Textiles

SML Sells Breathable Film Line To Pegas

New Showroom Displays Stellamcor GS Lines

Sulzer Exhibits Projectile Wire-Weaving Machine

High-Tech Textiles
The second edition of Techtextil North America brought the thriving world of technical textiles and nonwovens to Atlanta.By Jennifer Wheeler, Assistant Editor

NCSU Opens Nonwovens Laboratory

INDA President To Retire

Dyeing Printing & Finishing

Kusters Acquires Calender Division Of Kleinewefers

Bruckner Sells Range To Ratti Spins Off Division

Milliken Finishing Plant Installs Quickwash System

BASF Develops New Auxiliary Chemicals

Boehme Filatex Develops Non-Silicone Defoamer

Eastern ColorandChemical Receives Rainoff Trademark

Knitting / Apparel

Campbellsville Apparel Wins Military T-Shirt Contract

AAPNetwork Opens Membership

Santoni Shows Machinery Fashions During Open House

Apparel Supply Chain Forging New Links
Cotton's Sourcing Summit 2002 provided forum for retailers, manufacturers and textile producers to explore trade opportunities.By Jim Borneman, Editor In Chief

Army Explores Wired Textiles

Karl Mayer Announces Machinery Upgrades

New Products

Comez Introduces ORX 635 High-Production Warper

Donaldson Adds Footprints To Downflo Oval 1 Line

Gaumer Offers New Vaporizer IDH Duct Heater

Avery Dennison Labels Have Global Support Capabilities

DFE Pneumatic Controller Simplifies Unwind Functions

HumiWarp Provides Direct Warp-Yarn Moistening


August 2002

Washington Outlook Archive

Pollution Standard Causes Problems For Textiles