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February 2004

Bonas USA has relocated to: 14325 South Lakes Drive, Charlotte, N.C. 28273; (704) 940-0448; fax (704) 527-3964; sales@bonasusa.com; www.bonas.be.

Paper abstracts are being accepted for a variety of interest group topics for the Reston, Va.-based Inter-Society Color Council’s annual meeting, to be held May 10-11 at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, Md. The deadline for abstracts is Feb. 28. For more information, contact Mary McKnight (301) 975-6714; mary.mcknight@nist.gov.

YKK® MarineMate® zippers are now available from the Astrup Co., Cleveland. Astrup also has introduced six new colors for its line of Aqualon® marine fabrics.

Goldschmidt Chemical Corp., Hopewell, Va., has raised by 5 percent the price of its quaternary products used in fabric care applications.

The City of Charlotte has changed the street address of Stork Prints America Inc. to 3201 Rotary Drive, Charlotte, N.C. 28269.

Chicago-based Keystone Aniline Corp. recently received ISO 9001:2000 certification.

Hyosung (America) Inc.
has relocated to: 1679 Overview Drive, Rock Hill, S.C. 29730; (803) 909-5869; fax (803) 909-5871.

Celanese Acetate LLC, New York City, has increased the price of its acetate filament products by 3 to 5 percent.

Dow Reichhold Specialty Latex LLC
, Research Triangle Park, N.C., has increased by 2 cents per dry pound the price of latex products sold in North America.

Lowland, Tenn.-based Liberty Fibers Corp. has increased the price of its rayon staple fiber by 6 cents per pound.

As existing contracts allow, Germany-based BASF AG is raising the price of ethanolamines by 100 euros per metric ton.

Austria-based Lenzing AG has increased its fiber prices by up to 5 percent.

February 2004