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January 1999:

For 100 years North Carolina State University College of Textiles has provides thousands of students with the technical and managerial know-how to lead a modern American industry.

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February 1999:

Suited for success and safety - Winner of more than 40 NASCAR events and three-time Winston Cup Champion Jeff Gordon is wearing next-generation fire-retardant gear that keeps him in the winner's circle. Read more about these life-saving suits, the technology behind them and their evolution

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March 1999:

Doug Ellis, president of the American Textile Manufacturers Institute (ATMI) and an avid pilot, stands by a Cessna 172 at Atlanta's Charlie Brown Airport. Ellis is interviewd in this issue, and a related article looks at ATMI's highlights in its first 50 years.

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May 1999:

Textiles triumph in Paris at ITMA '99. This issue of ATI features extensive previews of major ITMA exhibitors in weaving, spinning, knitting and quality control.

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June 1999:

ITMA closed a few days ago - now ATI readers can take an inside look at the show in Paris in this issue. And FOCUS on four outstanding manufacturing operations in ATI's annual FOCUS feature.

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July 1999:
ATI's International Buyers' Guide is your key to business opportunities in the global textile marketplace.

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August 1999:

ITMA in Paris, the CAD Expo in New York, new developments in carpets and nonwovens - all parts of the big picture of textiles, and all featured in this issue.

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September 1999:

Today's textile companies are making huge advances in the field of automotive textiles. High-tech performance fabrics and knock-your-socks-off designs are the themes for the day.

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October 1999:

Olympic figure skating gold medalist Kristi Yamaguci models the latest designs by Pamela Dennis, made with Celanese Acetate.

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November 1999:
ATIpresents its 1999 Award for Innovation to ten technology breakthroughs from ITMA '99.

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December 1999:

As the year 2000 approaches, textiles prepares for an upward climb towards the 21st centruy.

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