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November/December 2005

On the Cover:
Trevira GmbH & Co. KG's Bioactive fiber - one of the company's highlights at the recent Première Vision Pluriel show - is found in homewear apparel.


Optimizing Apparel Manufacturing
Benetton enlists the aid of Datatex to consolidate servers to optimize information system.

Barriers To Entry
Flexible, breathable extruded monolithic films block penetration by viruses and other blood-borne pathogens, providing comfortable, cost-effective protection in medical apparel.

Concordia's Regenerative Solution
Rhode Island textile manufacturer's push into biomedical textiles spurs company growth and offer promises for the future.

Advancing Needlepunched Nonwovens
Needlepunched nonwoven fabric growth is fueled by advanced technology.

Karl Mayer: Short-Run Solution
The GIR-O-MATIC short-run warper enables quick setup of short warps and adds flexibility to weaving operations.

Public Speaking Is Great Public Relations

Ultrasonic Bonding Of Nonwovens, Films And Textiles

Microfilament Yarns Take Hold
Heberlein Fiber Technology contributes to the continued growth of polyester microfilament yarn production.

Textile News

Schlafhorst Adds DREF® To Product Range

US Commerce Department Aids Hosiery Exporters

Royal Ten Cate Acquires Polyfelt

Fabric And Yarn Production, Yarn Stocks Increase

Milliken's 180 Walls™ Receives Greenguard Certification

Springs, Coteminas To Merge

AATCC Colocates Conference With Megatex 2006


A&E Expands Chinese Operations

In Memoriam: Gianni Radici (1924-2005)

Innovations From Rieter Enable Increased Production, Improved Quality

Fleissner Adds Zimmer Spinning System To Test Lab

US Wipes Out Actions On Import Safeguard Petitions

From The Editor

Quiet Optimism In The Face Of Change

Business & Financial

Mixed Trends

Yarn Market

Fiber Price Squeeze

Quality Fabric Of The Month

Tough As Turtleskin
Warwick Mills' TurtleSkin® MultiGuard puncture-resistant gloves offer enhanced comfort, dexterity and grip.

Fiber World

Culp Partners With Synthetics Finishing

Asian Fiber Consumption Update
TW looks at fiber consumption in light of US-Chinese textile agreement.

Dow Offers First Chlorine Proof Fiber

Johns Manville To Boost Richmond Plant Capacity

Reinventing Advanced Cerametrics

Performance Fibers To Expand

AF&Y Becomes Sole Telas Damar Supplier

Dyeing Printing & Finishing

DigiFab Launches Pretreatment For Nylon

Arch Chemicals Secures EPA Registration For Purista

Matsui Introduces Binder For Indigo-Dyed Denim

DyStar Develops New Dyes, Unveils Premium Workwear Concept

DuPont™ Artistri™ Partners With Xorella

The Plasma Advantage
The search for a way to improve the surface properties of fiber has led to a new plasma treatment process.

First2Print Collaborates With ESPI Fashion Design

Knitting / Apparel

New Directions For Apparel And Home Fabrics
INVISTA and Cotton Incorporated recently presented upcoming technology, fashion and home trends. By Virginia S. Borland, New York Correspondent

Fabric Perspectives From The City Of Lights
Premiere Vision offers yarns, colors, fabrics for Fall/Winter 2006-07 and beyond.

Devanlay Establishes Subsidiary In El Salvador

Fordham Changes Name To United Apparel

Lauffenmühle Partners With INVISTA, Nano-Tex

Yunique Solutions Offers ADAM™ Solution

Supplier Notes

Erema Offers Ipswich Plastics Recycling Demo Line

Wayne Names Central American Representative

Stanford Technologies Up And Running

AccuWeb Signs With Thomas & Associates

Bowman Hollis To Distribute Conveyors

New Products

SDL Atlas Introduces MMT ColorChex Upgraded M233B

Process Control Expands Guardian® Batch Blender Line

Ion Unveils Electrostatic Charging Generators

Mayer & Cie Industrial Frame Handles Larger Rolls


November-December 2005

Bulletin Board

November/December 2005

Washington Outlook Archive

Trade Liberalization Talks Get New Life