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Adrian Wilson

  • 9th June 2015

    Beyond Tehran, in hope of change

    European textile machinery makers are hoping that the current sanctions against Iran will be eased if nuclear programme negotiations proceed as anticipated.

  • 19th May 2015

    Avantex on the Paris catwalks

    Messe Frankfurt France and Avantex are to hold special fashion shows every six months in Paris alongside the Texworld trade fair to showcase the possibilities of smart fabrics.

  • 25th March 2015

    A ghost looms large

    At the recent NHPA 2015 conference, Adrian Wilson was struck by how much keeps surfacing from the R&D work carried out at Courtaulds – a quarter of a century after it disappeared.

  • 11th February 2015

    Taking heart from Wearable Tech

    A number of US heart patients have recently gained highly-valued independence as a result of wearable technology, Adrian Wilson reports.

  • 22nd January 2015

    Reading the fine print

    Despite its many production advantages, digital printing still has a hill to climb, according to our technical textiles expert, Adrian Wilson, who reports from Heimtextil 2015.

  • 16th December 2014

    What’s with all the UK optimism?

    The business landscape appears to have changed almost overnight for long-suffering textile manufacturers in the UK, believes our technical textiles expert Adrian Wilson.

  • 20th November 2014

    Wind, road and air – three huge opportunities

    The biggest growth markets for the composites industry will be in the BRIC countries and other parts of South East Asia, Adrian Wilson reports.

  • 3rd November 2014

    High performers under the bonnet

    Adrian Wilson, who attended the Filtrex 2014 conference organised by EDANA, says nonwoven media both for fuel and air filtration in vehicles are having to become increasingly sophisticated nowadays

  • 14th October 2014

    Getting networked in the UK

    Adrian Wilson underlines the potential that collaboration with an organisation like the Nonwovens Network could result in.

  • 5th August 2014

    Total cover for Guanghzhou

    Around 40,000 tons of warp knitted fabrics are now produced annually for large scale advertising billboards and hoardings. Read more about the findings that were presented by VDMA Textile Machinery Association at the recent ITMA ASIA + CITME exhibition...

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