ATI Presents Awards For Innovation
A distinguished group of leaders from
machinery manufacturing companies were honored recently with the 1999 ATI Awards for Innovation.
Presented at a luncheon in Charlotte, the 1999 awards were given to the following 10 companies who
showed new innovative technologies at ITMA ’99 in Paris:
• Datacolor International for its Colorite system;
• Lindauer Dornier for its LWV8/J air-jet weaving machine;
• Gaston County Dyeing Machine Co. for its Millennium machine (See “Versatility Of The Millennium” in this issue.);
• Savio Macchine Tessili for its Orion automatic winder;
• Shima Seiki for its SWG (FIRST) flat knitting machine;
• Sulzer Textil for its G6300 rapier weaving machine;
• Superba for its KLP automation robot;
• Trützschler for its high production card DK 903;
• Xorella for its Contexxor Compact LTC-S yarn conditioning system;
• Zellweger Uster for its Quantum clearer.
(For full details of these award-winning technologies, see ATI, November 1999.)