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Adrian Wilson

  • 16th November 2011

    Alexiums nanoscopic shrink-wrap gains traction

    Alexium's ‘nanoscopic shrink-wrap' gains traction Adrian Wilson reports It's been a year of solid achievement for Alexium in commercialising its potentially disruptive RST technology. The company is working with major prospective commercial partners an

  • 5th October 2011

    Attending to consumption at ITMA

    Adrian Wilson in Barcelona Without a doubt, savings in energy, water and raw materials were the key drivers for the machine and process innovations on show at this year's ITMA in Barcelona. ACIMIT and the VDMA - as the respective textile machinery trade asso

  • 19th September 2011

    Dornbirn 2011: Crucible of innovation and heritage

    There are historic reasons for the location of the Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress (MFC) which drew 740 attendees from 30 countries to celebrate its 50th anniversary last week (September 14-16). The first of these meetings was opened on July 16 1962 by Rudo

  • 1st June 2011

    Trying to understand Russia

    Adrian Wilson reports from Techtextil in Frankfurt One thing I noticed at this year's Techtextil was a considerable rise in both exhibitors and visitors from Russia, compared to the last show two years ago. There are no figures available from show organiser

  • 27th April 2011

    Nonwovens in a different class

    The advanced position of the nonwovens industry in respect of many aspects of trade was apparent at INDEX 11, which took place from April 12-15th in Geneva, Switzerland. Needless to say, the show made new records in respect of both exhibitors and visitors.

  • 30th March 2011

    Filtech 2011: The media is the message

    Adrian Wilson reports from Wiesbaden As was reflected at Filtech 2011, which took place in Wiesbaden, Germany, from March 22-24, the need for purer air and cleaner water are just two reasons why the filtration industry has excellent prospects for future gr

  • 20th February 2011

    Wireless at ISPO

    Adrian Wilson reports from Munich By 2014, Nike’s target is that ten million people around the world will be hooked up via sensors in their clothing, footwear, wristwatches or other accessories to the Nike+ running community portal. As the latest chapt

  • 23rd January 2011

    Signing on the dotted line at Heimtextil

    This month sees the start of an exciting new monthly column on Innovation in Textiles called 'On the Floor'. Respected technical textiles journalist Adrian Wilson (right) will be bringing readers news and his views directly from the floor of the industry’s

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