AATCC IC&E T he American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC) annual
International Conference and Exhibition (IC&E), held October 1-4 in Charlotte, extended the
traditional chemistry and quality control subjects with the new Concept 2 Consumer (C2C) track,
which included retail, design and merchandising interests. The conference attracted 866 attendees
who took part in the traditional technical track, exhibition areas, C2C track and a host of
Above: Joe D. Parker (left), senior applications engineer, and Bob Balland, global account
Apollo Chemical Corp. representative greets attendees.
Jim Ferguson, technical sales representative, CHT R. Beitlich Corp.
Q-Panel presented its Q-Sun Xenon Test Chamber.
Norm Demers (right), Minolta Corp., discusses the latest developments with a visitor to the
Marcel Lafleur, business manager, Texomax
Bob Griswold (left), account executive, industrial products; and Milton Zaiontz, color and
appearance executive, X-Rite
J. Mark Raiteri, president and CEO, Raitech Inc., a partner of Atlas Textile Test Products
Eduardo A. Palomo, senior client manager, Intertek Testing Services (ITS)
Ik Soo Kim (right), senior manager, SK Chemicals
DuPont Artistri, represented by John Kane (right) and colleague
Boehme Filatex representatives greet attendees.
A.Donald Allen (left), general manager, textile chemicals department; and David Holmus,
Russell J. Crompton, president, SDL America
Ed Zavaglia (left) and Walt Young, American Manufacturing International Inc. (Amitech)
Hal Good, director, marketing services, HunterLab
Karen Martone, CAD applications specialist, Lectra Systems Inc.
Tim Zeigenfus, Advanced Testing Instruments (ATI)