January/February 2012

The International Oeko-Tex Association, Switzerland, has updated its criteria and
limit values for use when testing textiles for harmful substances in accordance with the Oeko-Tex®
Standard 100 product certification process.

Q-Lab Corp. has launched its new website, located at

DyStar, Singapore, has released its first annual sustainability report.

American & Efird Inc.
, Mount Holly, N.C., has released its 2010 Sustainability

New York City-based
Anvil Knitwear Inc. has released its 2011 CSR Progress Report.

The Research Triangle Park, N.C.-based
American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC) is accepting
entries until Feb. 13, 2012, for the seventh annual Materials Research Poster Competition. For more
information, visit

Aurora, Ill.-based
Aurora Specialty Textiles Group Inc. has been named a member of Palo Alto,
Calif.-based Hewlett-Packard Co.’s HP Registered Latex Developer Program. The company also has
added Doral, Fla.-based iMidia Digital Technologies Inc. as a distributor; and has added VC Poly
Banner Light and VC Poly Banner Plus to its Northern Lights™ printable textiles collection.

Anglostar LLC has been awarded an Export Achievement Certificate from the U.S.
Commercial Service for its export endeavors in Latin America over the past year.

United Kingdom-based
Kellie Solutions Ltd. has released the report “How a dynamic new market has been
forged at a time of recession and austerity,” covering the application and use of nonwovens in

Black Dog Publishing Ltd. has published the book “Tapestry: A Woven Narrative,” by
Caron Penney, Fiona Mathison and Timothy Wilcox.

January/February 2012