GREENVILLE, S.C. — Looking toward 2005, textile executives addressed strategies to remain competitive in the cotton market, trends at retail and new cotton quality measurements at Cotton Incorporated’s 16th annual Engineered Fiber Selection System Conference last week.
The three-day meeting wrapped up on June 11 at the Embassy Suites Hotel & Conference Center in Greenville and attracted a variety of industry figures including cotton growers, ginners, spinners and mill executives from the U.S. The conference also hosted international spinners and growers as well as other companies on the supply chain that use the EFS System from countries including Egypt, Mexico and Germany.
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