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ATME-I 2001 Final Attendance Figures

GREENVILLE, SC (USA) The total attendance at the American Textile Machinery Exhibition-International 2001 (ATME-I 2001) was 15,046, including 3,669 booth personnel and 103 members of the media.<BR><BR>From outside the United States, the exhibition attracted 1,240 visitors from 55 countries. The exhibition also attracted 10,034 U.S. visitors from 40 states and the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.<BR><BR><b>Number of visitors from each country present at ATME-I 2001</b><BR>Antigua 1 <BR> Argentina 24<BR>Australia 2<BR>Austria 3<BR>Bangladesh 34<BR>Belgium 3<BR>Bolivia 3 <BR> Brazil 54<BR>Canada 256<B

GREENVILLE, SC (USA) The total attendance at the American Textile Machinery Exhibition-International 2001 (ATME-I 2001) was 15,046, including 3,669 booth personnel and 103 members of the media.From outside the United States, the exhibition attracted 1,240 visitors from 55 countries. The exhibition also attracted 10,034 U.S. visitors from 40 states and the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.Number of visitors from each country present at ATME-I 2001Antigua 1 Argentina 24Australia 2Austria 3Bangladesh 34Belgium 3Bolivia 3 Brazil 54Canada 256Chile 9China 36Colombia 102Costa Rica 8Czecholslavakia 1Denmark 4Dominican Republic 7 Ecuador 53Egypt 7El Salvador 26Ethiopia 1France 18Germany 37Guatemala 30Holland 1Honduras 2India 31Indonesia 3Iran 1Ireland 1Israel 6Italy 35Japan 19Korea 28Mexico 204Morocco 1The Netherlands 5New Zealand 1Norway 1Pakistan 27Peru 50Portugal 3R D Congo 4Saudi Arabia 1Scotland 2South Africa 7Spain 7Sri Lanka 4Sweden 2Switzerland 10Syria 6Taiwan 6Thailand 2Turkey 6United Kingdom 21Uruguay 1Venezuela 27Yugoslavia 2TOP TEN MILLS WITH HIGHEST EMPLOYEE ATTENDANCE:Milliken 684Mount Vernon Mills 153Glen Raven Mills 100WestPoint Stevens 95Alice Manufacturing 93Cone Mills 90Dan River Mills 85Springs Industries 84Delta Mills 73Avondale Mills 72ATME-I 2001 was held April 23-27, 2001 at the Palmetto Expo Center in Greenville, South Carolina, U.S.A. The exhibition featured machinery, equipment, supplies and services for Weaving, Knitting, Dyeing, Printing and Finishing. The Exhibition featured 517 exhibitors from 25 countries occupying 270,058 square feet of exhibit space.The first segment of the current exhibition cycle (ATME-I 2000) was held October 23-27, 2000 at the Palmetto Expo Center in Greenville, South Carolina, U.S.A. Featured in this exhibition was machinery, equipment and supplies for the Yarn, Fiber, Nonwovens Manufacturing, Plant Engineering and Maintenance.ATME-I is co-sponsored by the American Textile Machinery Association and Textile Hall Corporation. Through special arrangements with the Knitted Textile Association, ATME-I 2001 also incorporates the Knitting Arts Exhibition-Fabric (KAE-Fabric).




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