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July/August 2015

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Irantex, The 21st International Exhibition of Textile Machinery, Raw Materials, Home Textiles, Embroidery Machines & Textile Products
09/04/2015 - 09/07/2015

Hightex 2015 - 6th International Technical Textiles and Nonwovens Trade Fair
09/11/2015 - 09/13/2015

Nonwoven Nanofiber And Microfiber Fundamentals And Applications
09/14/2015 - 09/17/2015

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Cotton Incorporated Offers CDs Cosponsors Cotton Days

Cotton Incorporated Offers CDs, Cosponsors Cotton DaysCotton Incorporateds New York City-based Consumer Marketing Division has launched an interactive series of educational programs covering knitting, weaving, and dyeing and finishing processes. The five programs, available on CD-ROM, are funded in part by the Importer Support Program of the Cotton Board.

Cotton Incorporateds The Art of Knitting is part of a series of interactive educational programs covering textile basics. Developed for sourcing professionals, the series illustrates the transformation of raw cotton to fabric. Presentations include actual manufacturing operations, 3-D animations, technical illustrations and a glossary of terms. The first two programs, The Art of Knitting and The Science of Dyeing and Finishing, are now available. The Art of Weaving, Color Science and The Art of Printing will be introduced later this year and in early 2004.In other news, Cotton Incorporated and the Washington-based Cotton Council International (CCI) joined forces to sponsor Cotton Days, a week of celebrations in Osaka, Japan; Seoul, South Korea; and Taipei, Taiwan, designed to promote US cotton and Cotton USA licensee textile products in Asia.The event first took place in 1995 in Japan with support from the Japan Spinners Association. That first Cotton Day promoted Japanese cotton textiles and celebrated casual Fridays in the corporate workplace. Cotton Incorporated and CCI later expanded the celebrations, bringing Cotton Day to Taiwan in 2001 and to Seoul in 2002. July 2003



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