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January 2005

On the Cover:
Textile World ’s annual economic forecast predicts US manufacturers will face challenges in the coming months. However, many companies, including New Balance Athletic Shoe Inc., feel they can succeed in a global economy.


South American Textile Showcase
ITMEX Americas promises visitors new developments, solutions, products and networking opportunities.

Pursuing The Obvious
Getting noticed isn't easy, but it's essential in the decision-making process.

Nonwovens Technology For The Auto Industry
New technologies, strong sales prompt a positive outlook for Fehrer.

Fenix Rising
Savio's new AES Fenix assembly winder offers an array of features.

Textiles 2005
Mill executives will face challenges, surprises in the coming months.

IKME Update
Organizers gear up for expanded global knitting and finishing show.

Uster Grades Offer Greater Clarity
Uster unveils Hairiness Grades for improved yarn hairiness.

China's CITME Success
9th CITME had record-breaking numbers of visitors and exhibitors.

New Concepts For Fancy Yarns
Schlafhorst debuts the Autocoro 360 automatic spinning machine.

Textile News

Solutia Forms Vydyne Automotive Global Team

INVISTA Makes Headway In Waste Emissions Reductions

Burlington WorldWide To Acquire Cleyn And Tinker

ITG, China Ting Group To Build Plant, Enter Burlington House Licensing Pact

US Official Seeks Trade Concessions From China

Dan River To Sell Engineered Products Division

Picanol Announces Resignations

Propex Finalizes AFFC Purchase

Sultex Sells Machinery To Iranian, Turkish Weavers

WestPoint Stevens Nets Charisma®, Revamps Bedding

Springs To Close Three Plants

Bruckner And M-tec Cooperate In The Field Of Carpet Finishing

Martex Fibers Expands Central American Recycling Operations

Artistic Group Selects SMIT Machinery

From The Editor

Finally, A Fresh Look At Free Trade

Business & Financial

Forecasting The New Year

Yarn Market

Mills Stress Innovation, Marketing

Quality Fabric Of The Month

Responsive Protection
Ahlstrom's composite BVB fabric for medical gowns combines maximum viral barrier protection with comfort and breathability.

Fiber World

Floored By Innovation
A proper business model is key to the US man-made fiber industry's success.

Dyneon, SpecialChem To E-Market Dynamar PPAs

Syscom Introduces AmberStrand Fiber

Mohawk To Expand SC Yarn Operations

Hills Opens Office In China

Dyeing Printing & Finishing

DyStar To Acquire Rotta

Avondale, APJeT To Promote Plasma Treatment Of Fabrics

Ciba, Boehme Filatex Enter Marketing Agreement

Performance Pigments Wins Responsible Care Award

German Chamber Of Commerce Honors Monforts

Synalloy To Sell Blackman Uhler Dye Business

Knitting / Apparel

Jones Apparel Finalizes Barneys Acquisition

Warnaco Selects SAP's ERP Solution

Guess Agrees To Purchase Jeanswear Licensee

EWarna, Color AIXperts Announce Partnership

Stoll Introduces Tandem Knitting Machines

Supplier Notes

Uster Delivers 1,000th Tester 4

Leesona, Barmag Sign Sales And Service Agreement

SML Supplies Cast Film Line To Chinese Manufacturer

ANBS, Parker Enter Into MOU

Sonoco, Ahlstrom Form Joint Venture

New Products

ADM Tronics Offers EVR-31-T Adhesive Polaqua 103 Primer

M M Newman Unveils Hot Tool HK60 Hot Knife

LTG Presents MDF-1 Filter, DKS Air Washer

Uhing RS4 Traverse Drive Provides Backlash-Free Motion

Goldenrod Debuts 930 Series Pneumatic Safety Chuck


January 2005

Bulletin Board

January 2005

Washington Outlook Archive

Trade Officials Seek Relief For Tsunami Victims

Big Issues On The Agenda