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January 2002

On the Cover:
Textile educators and industry executives recently met at Clemson University to collaborate and plan the future of textile education.

Textile News

Malden Mills Receives Funding

National Spinning Acquires Two Glen Raven Facilities

Unifi Completes Refinancing Enters Into New Facility

VF Announces Job Cuts Plant Closings

Bowling Green Spinning

Making The Grade

Congress Has Far Reaching Textile Agenda

Burlington Files Chapter 11 Hastens New Business Model

Textiles 2002

ATMI Makes Major Cuts In Staff

Atlanta Textile Club Officers For 2002

Textile Issues Loom On Congressional Agenda

Springs To Close Aileen Plant

Textile Facilities To Reopen In Georgia South Carolina

Textile Groups In Developed Countries Agree On Trade Positions

Business & Financial

Recovery Possible With Another Fiscal Stimulus Package

Yarn Market

Industry Situation

Quality Fabric Of The Month

Intelligent Fabrics

Fiber World

KoSa Restructures Textile Fibers Business

Bayer Signs Agreement For China Investment

Stretch Challenge
Battered but resilient, the spandex industry looks ahead. By John E. Luke

Honeywell Expands Spectra Fiber Manufacturing

Solutia Introduces Vapor-Phase Heat-Transfer Fluid

Teijin Develops Technology For Polyester Manufacturing

Dyeing Printing & Finishing

Aprion Digital Establishes Ink Plant In Israel

SheLyn Upgrades SLI-Form Color Measurement System

ParksandWoolson Introduces New Sueding Machine

Coats Selects BarcoVision As Automation Partner

DyStar To Close Facility

Knitting / Apparel

The Old And The New
Marioboselli's knitwear and Solstiss laces represent divergent technologies for 21st-century fabrics. By Virginia S. Borland, New York Correspondent

Unifi Introduces New Yarns

2003 Knitting Machinery Exhibition Planned In Milan

Cotton Incorporated Names Textile Designer Market Achievement Award Winners

San Francisco City Lights Picks Meryl For New Line

New Products

Magnetic Technologies Offers New Payoff Brake

Micro Air Presents TM 1000 TaskMaster

PSC Introduces Perfect RF Dryers

Norstat Offers Lauer PC

Karl Mayer Presents Fashiontronic Warp Knitting Machine


January 2002

Washington Outlook Archive

WTO Will Negotiate Textile Issues