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INTC to include a session on 'Coloring and Finishing of Nonwovens'
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May '08
A full-day Nonwovens Enhancements session focusing on “Coloring and Finishing of Nonwovens” will be one of the many highlights of the 2008 International Nonwovens Technical Conference (INTC), scheduled for September 8-11, 2008, at the Hilton Americas in Houston, Tex.

INTC, co-sponsored and organized by INDA, Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry, and TAPPI, Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry, annually brings together hundreds of technical executives from all aspects of the nonwovens, textile and paper markets. It features presentations from dozens of researchers and experts from around the world during the four days of technical sessions, tutorials and networking.

The Nonwovens Enhancements session is co-sponsored by INDA and AATCC and will feature industry experts explaining the technologies and complexities of enhancing nonwoven fabrics. The one-day session will focus on innovative structure technology, coloring and printing techniques, performance finishes and surface treatments for product enhancement. A similar joint session was successfully held for the first time three years ago at INTC 2005.

“Holding a special session on Nonwovens Enhancements is important because of the inter-relation between so many nonwovens and textile finishing technologies,” says INDA Technical Director Steve Ogle. “By partnering with AATCC to devote an entire day during INTC to this topic, we are allowing many of the attendees with interests in both areas to greatly expand their technical knowledge.”

Nonwovens Enhancements will be held on Monday, September 8. Attendees who register for both Nonwoven Enhancements and INTC will receive a reduced registration fee for the combined events. The Nonwoven Enhancements registration fee includes breaks, lunch and a copy of all presentations.

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INDA - Association of Non Woven Fabrics Industry

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