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ATME-I 2001 Official Show Guide

More than 450 exhibitors present to weavers, knitters, dyers, printers and finishers.

The second installment of the American Textile Machinery Exhibition-International (ATME-I 2001) will take place April 23-27 at the Palmetto Expo Center located in Greenville, S.C.ATME-I 2001 will cover the weaving, knitting, dyeing, printing and finishing aspects of the industry. Machinery and services to be exhibited include warping, slashing, weaving, knitting, braiding, dyeing, printing and finishing, as well as inspection systems, packaging systems, monitoring systems and computer hardware and software. More than 450 exhibitors from 24 countries, occupying more than 275,000 square feet of space, are expected at this segment of the show. Countries represented at ATME-I 2001 include Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, the Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey, the United Kingdom, and the United States.The registration fee for visitors is $25. Preregistration is encouraged. Contact the ATME-I 2001 registration office for more information. Vistor housing can be arranged through the Greater Greenville Convention and Visitors Bureau.Through special arrangements with the New York City-based Knitted Textile Association (KTA), the Knitting Arts Exhibition-Fabric will be an integral part of ATME-I 2001. The exhibition, a showcase of knitting machinery, will be located in Hall B.To help vistors find their way to specific exhibits of new textile technology, ATI has assembled an exclusive preview of some of the offerings of key companies presenting in Greenville. The listings on the following pages have been grouped into six categories: Woven Fabric Manufacturing; Knit Fabric Manufacturing; Dyeing, Printing and Finishing; Quality Control, CAD, Electronics and Monitoring; Plan tand Product Maintenance; and Publications.Each listing includes the name and headquarters of the exhibiting company, the U.S. representative or subsidiary, details about the exhibit, primary contacts in the booth and the hall and booth number at which each exhibitor can be found. The exhibit halls are color-coded by drapes in each area: Hall A, Blue; Hall B, Yellow; Hall C, Red; Hall D, Gray.Exhibit hours are: Monday through Thursday from 9:00 a.m. until 5:30 p.m.; and Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.Complimentary copies of ATI and its sister publication, Textiles Panamericanos, are available at Booth C-1625.Through an arrangement with ATME-I management, Textiles Panamericanos will also provide a special hospitality lounge for Latin American visitors to ATME-I 2001. The lounge is located on the mezzanine, directly above the ATI/ Textiles Panamericanos booth.ATME-I 2001 is sponsored by the American Textile Machinery Association (ATMA), Falls Church, Va., and Textile Hall Corp., Greenville, S.C. These two organizations have planned an opening night festival, which will be held on Monday, April 23. ATI will publish more information about the festival in the April issue, as well as additional exhibitor listings for companies that responded after the deadline for the March issue. For More Information American Textile Machinery Association (ATMA)Falls Church, Va.(703) 538-1789 www.atmanet.orgTextile Hall Corp.Greenville, S.C.(864) 233-2562ATME-I 2001 Registration OfficeGreenville, S.C.(864) 233-2562fax: (864) 233-0619e-mail: atmei@textilehall.com www.atmei.comKnitted Textile AssociationNew York(212) 689-3807or (800) 56-KNITS www.kta-usa.orgGreater Greenville Convention &Vistors BureauGreenville, S.C.(800) 351-7180fax: (864) 421-0005e-mail: meet@greatergreenville.com www.greatergreenville.com  March 2001



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