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12th International Exhibition on Textile Industry (Indo Intertex 2014)
04/23/2014 - 04/26/2014

Smart Fabrics & Wearable Technology 2014
04/23/2014 - 04/25/2014

Hong Kong International Home Textiles And Furnishings Fair
04/23/2014 - 04/24/2014

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January/February 2008

January/February 2008:

Textile World's 2008 International Buyer's Guide is your key to business opportunities in the global marketplace.

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March/April 2008

March/April 2008:

ArmorWorks LLC will exhibit a Humvee and truck cab featuring its ballistic armor systems at Techtextil North America, the International Trade Fair for Technical Textiles and Nonwovens, to be held April 1-3 in Atlanta.

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May/June 2008

May/June 2008:
Textile World and a delegation from NCSU's College of Textiles team up for a look at the latest in Italian nonwovens and technical textiles technology.

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July/August 2008

July/August 2008:

RadiciSpandex S-85 fiber adds fit and comfort to today's fashion denim, and RadiciSpandex S-17B features an additive that helps inhibit fabric deterioration during the finishing process.

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September/October 2008:

The city of Charlotte, host to IFAI Expo 2008, is situated in the heart of textile country USA.

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November/December 2008:

Cotton continues to be an essential textile fiber, with current global consumption estimated at 119.3 million bales.

Photo courtesy of Cotton Incorporated

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