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January 2004:
Textile World 's annual economic forecast predicts 2004 will mark a turning point for a leaner, meaner US textile industry.

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February 2004:

Burnsville, N.C.-based Glen Raven Technical Fabrics LLC, a Techtextil NA exhibitor, develops a variety of fabrics to meet the demands of harsh outdoor environments.

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March 2004:

Phase change materials found in today's consumer products originally were developed for use in space suits and gloves to protect astronauts from extreme temperature fluctuations while performing extravehicular activities in space.

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April 2004:

Milliken & Company's Tesserae™ modular carpet panels give consumers the freedom to take a solid look to a border or inlay as their tastes change.

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May 2004:

For textile companies competing in a global market, finely tuned logistics and supply chain management can help maximize profits.

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June 2004:

The Textile World 2004 Innovation Awards honor machinery and technology suppliers.

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July 2004:
Textile World ‘s 2004-2005 International Buyers’ Guide is your key to business opportunities in the global textile marketplace.

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August 2004:

DAK Fibers LLC's next-generation fibers are used in a range of performance apparel.

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September 2004:

Many fiber companies use fabric libraries, color and trend forecasts and product development to assist cusotmers in designing and developing their own products.

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October 2004:

Evolving fabric technology is improving the life-saving properties of protective apparel.

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November 2004:

Left to right: Liam Waters, head of marketing and design, Culp Decorative Fabrics Division; Paula Hoyas, director of upholstery merchandising, La-Z-Boy Inc.; and James T. Morelli, executive vice president, American Fibers & Yarns Co.

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December 2004:

Olympic medalist triathlete Michellie Jones wears performance apparel made with Holofiber®, a proprietary textile developed by Hologenix LLC.

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