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December 2002

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



Textile News

Russell Reports Third Quarter Growth

US And Chile Reach Free Trade Agreement

Cone Mills39 Sales Up

Comex A Century Of Leadership In Narrow Fabrics

KoSa To Invest In Shelby Plant

DuPont Teijin To Nullify Joint Venture

AFA Holds Annual Meeting

ATMI Establishes BedandBath Division

Cotton Incorporated Honors Designers

OSHA Delays Hearing And Ergonomics Requirements

All Wound Up

Singapore Pact Pleases Textile Industry

Streamlining Color Management

Sulzer Celebrates 40 Years In The United States

Information Competitive Advantage

Cotton Naturally



From The Editor

Uniquely Cotton



Business & Financial

A Final Look At 2002



Yarn Market

Universal Pause In Business



Nonwovens / Technical Textiles

UGN Opens Manufacturing Facility In Tennessee

Gore Licenses Gore-Tex Cleanroom Fabric To Vidaro

Fleissner Reports Sales In China Europe

Eagle Awarded Network Procurement Agreement

Gates Formed-Fibre Products
Producer of nonwoven-based automotive interior trim systems strives to operate efficiently without sacrificing quality.By Richard G. Mansfield, Technical Editor

Ticona Introduces Celanex PBT Polymer For Spunbonds



Dyeing Printing & Finishing

BASF Develops Dye Liquor PH Regulator

Boehme Filatex Offers Multi-Purpose Hipochem CP-OS

Scholl Then Agree To Merge

Ciba Establishes Ciba Textile Services

Stork Textile Printing Merges Companies Changes Names

DyStar Launches Fluorescent Dye



Knitting / Apparel

Innova Polartec Provide Severe Weather Protection

Creativity Rules At Premiere Vision
Paris fabric show goes global, adds satellite shows to offer broadened view of Fall/Winter 2003-04 trends.By Virginia S. Borland, New York Correspondent

Tajima Machines Receive Safety Approval

INTIMA America Intimate Apparel Salons To Merge

DTI Partners With Outlast Technologies

Hanes Offers Tagless T-Shirts

AAPNetwork Honors Sourcing Managers

Tarrant Apparel Acquires Mill Expands Joint Venture

Material World Miami Beach
TW Special Report



New Products

Seepex MD Pump Available With Stainless Steel Housing

New Canon LDV Sensors Aid Production Control

Hubtex Introduces Carousel Storage Truck

Datacolor Launches Mercury 3000

Cognex Expands With VisionPro Series



People

December 2002



Washington Outlook Archive

Soft Stretch
Heat- and chemical-resistant DOW XLA™ elastic polyolefin fiber expands stretch woven fabric possibilities for apparel applications.

Tariff Policies Will Shape Future Textile Trade