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Articles by John Winston
Automation and robotics were among the key trends on show at last week's Texprocess Americas exhibition. These industry-changing technologies have the potential to bridge the industry's skills gap, increase productivity in apparel manufacturing, and drive speed to market, according to exhibitors.
The made-in-US aspect was a strong selling point for many exhibitors at Texprocess Americas in Atlanta last week.
A fast-growing company that is a spinout of a North Carolina State University incubator is experiencing rapid success with its line of antimicrobial and stain resistant clothing for infants and toddlers.
One of the hot conversation topics at the recent Texprocess Americas show in Atlanta, in addition to the technological advances on the floor, was the prospect of at least some sewing operations returning to the western hemisphere.
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