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2014 Specialty Fabrics Expo / Advanced Textiles Expo

EXHIBITOR SATISFACTION SURVEY

BeaverLake6 Report will now be surveying participants of major trade shows that affect our industry to determine which are the events that exhibitors find of value. The first event we look at is the 2014 IFAI Specialty Fabrics Expo / Advanced Textiles Expo. Please participate if you were an exhibitor in this show. Your individual response will remain annonymous.

INTERNATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARD WINNERS

TENSILE STRUCTURES (less than 600 square meters)

 

Award of Excellence

Serpentine Sackler Gallery

Architen Landrell Associates

Chepstow, United Kingdom

 

Outstanding Achievement

Be Grand Lomas

Lonas Lorenzo SA de CV

Guadalajara, Mexico

 

 

TENSILE STRUCTURES (600-2,300 square meters)

 

Award of Excellence

Ausfahrt KundenCenter / Lap of Honour, Customer Center VW Autostadt

Taiyo Europe GmbH

SauerLach, Germany

 

Outstanding Achievement

UDG Valles University Multipurpose Court

Lonas Lorenzo SA de CV

Guadalajara, Mexico

 

Outstanding Achievement

Sun Island Membrane Structure

Covertex Membranes (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.

Shanghai, China

 

 

TENSILE STRUCTURES (More than 2,300 square meters)

 

Award of Excellence

Chedraui Santa Fe

Lonas Lorenzo SA de CV

Guadalajara, Mexico

 

Outstanding Achievement

Cangzhou Stadium

Shanghai Taiyo Kogyo Co., Ltd.

Shanghai, China

 

Outstanding Achievement

Adelaide Oval

Fabritecture

Kingscliff, N.S.W., Australia

 

 

FRAME-SUPPORTED STRUCTURES

 

Award of Excellence

Crystal Hall, Sport and Concert Complex Baku

Covertex Membranes (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.

Shanghai, China

 

Outstanding Achievement

McGrath Amphitheater

Structurflex

Kansas City, Mo., United States of America

 

 

AIR STRUCTURES

 

Award of Excellence

Retractable Environmental Shelter

Tectoniks Ltd.

Shrewsbury, United Kingdom

 

Outstanding Achievement

Dreamforce 2013

Tectoniks Ltd.

Shrewsbury, United Kingdom

 

 

COMMERCIAL AWNINGS & CANOPIES (less than 93 square meters)

 

Award of Excellence

Brunswick Baseball League

Lake Gaston Awning

Bracey, Va., United States of America

 

Outstanding Achievement

Savannah Grille

Lawrence Fabric & Metal Structures Inc.

St. Louis, Mo., United States of America

 

Outstanding Achievement

Beach Club Waiters’ Station Awning

Shades (Thailand) Co., Ltd.

Phuket, Thailand

 

 

COMMERCIAL ANWINGS AND CANOPIES (93-186 square meters)

 

Award of Excellence

Liam’s

Rainier Industries

Tukwila, Wash., United States of America

 

Outstanding Achievement

Lelli’s Inn On the Green

Marygrove Awning

Livonia, Mich., United States of America

 

 

TENSIONED AWNINGS AND CANOPIES

 

Award of Excellence

CalAsia / Redwood Grille

Eide Industries Inc.

Cerritos, Calif., United States of America

 

Outstanding Achievement

Harper’s Building, University of Alaska Fairbanks

Missoula, Mt, United States of America

 

 

RETRACTABLE AWNINGS AND CANOPIES

 

Award of Excellence

Retractable Roof Awning System

E.H. Brett & Sons Pty Ltd.

Moorebank, N.S.W., Australia

 

Outstanding Achievement

En-Fold – Bal Harbour Shops

Uni-Systems, LLC

Minneapolis, Minn., United States of America

 

 

RESIDENTIAL AWNINGS AND CANOPIES

 

Award of Excellence

Provincetown Shade Canopy

Transformit

Gorham, Maine, United States of America

 

 

FREESTANDING STRUCTURES (less than 92 square meters)

 

Award of Excellence

Rosebud Tribal Veteran’s Cemetery Committal Shelter

Fabricon, LLC

Missoula, Mont., United States of America

 

Outstanding Achievement

Westfield Santa Anita Promenade

Tension Structures & Eide Industries Inc.

Cerritos, Calif., United States of America

 

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FREESTANDING STRUCTURES (more than 92 square meters)

 

Award of Excellence

Elias Figueroa Stadium Boxes & Tribunes Cover

Lonas Lorenzo SA de CV

Guadalajara, Mexico

 

Outstanding Achievement

Government of Aruba

Tension Structures & Eide Industries Inc.

Cerritos, Calif., United States of America

 

 

EXTERIOR SHADES AND SCREENS

 

Award of Excellence

The University of Newcastle Auchmuty Libray Courtyard

Shade to Order Pty Ltd.

Gateshead, N.S.W., Australia

 

Outstanding Achievement

Washington University Parking Garage Screen Panels

Lawrence Fabric & Metal Structures Inc.

St. Louis, Mo., United States of America

 

 

SHADE SAILS

 

Award of Excellence

McDowell Village

Shade Industries

Phoenix, Ariz., United States of America

 

Outstanding Achievement

Seaside Villa Shade Sail

Shades (Thailand) Co., Ltd.

Phuket, Thailand

 

Outstanding Achievement

Resort Breakfast Bar Canopy

Shades (Thailand) Co., Ltd.

Phuket, Thailand

 

 

FABRIC GRAPHICS

 

Award of Excellence

DFS “T” Galleria

Eventscape Inc.

Toronto, Ont, Canada

 

Outstanding Achievement

Mizrahi Promotion

Pike’s Awnings Inc.

Woodbridge, Ont., Canada

 

Outstanding Achievement

Lee County Library Entrance Banners

Naples, Fla., United States of America

 

 

FABRIC ART

 

Award of Excellence

“Penobscot Power” Sculpture

Tranformit

Gorham, Maine, United States of America

 

Outstanding Achievement

Red Ribbons Aloft

Transformit

Gorham, Maine, United States of America

 

 

POWERBOAT – RIGID ENCLOSURES

 

Award of Excellence

Gulfstream Hybrid

Canvas Experts

Ocean City, Md., United States of America

 

 

SAILBOAT EXTERIOR

 

Award of Excellence

Sail Boat

David’s Custom Trimmers

Wakerly, Queensland, Australia

 

Outstanding Achievement

Big Boat Cover

David’s Custom Trimmers

Wakerly, Queensland, Australia

 

Outstanding Achievement

52 Jenneau

David’s Custom Trimmers

Wakerly, Queensland, Australia

 

 

MARINE INTERIOR UPHOLSTERY

 

Award of Excellence

Custom Linen Package

Aussie Boat Covers (VIC) Pty. Ltd.

Elwood, Victoria, Australia

 

Outstanding Achievement

We Are Leaving in 4 Weeks

Nautilux Custom Canvas LLC

Hazlet, Mich., United States of America

 

 

MARINE EXTERIOR UPHOLSTERY

 

Award of Excellence

Baja Customized

Racine Design, Inc.

Jacksonville, Fla., United States of America

 

Outstanding Achievement

Skittles

The Nautical Needle

Holland, Mich., United States of America

 

 

Powerboat – Soft Enclosures

 

Award of Excellence

Little Red Riding Hood

Canvas Experts

Ocean City, Md., United States of America

 

Outstanding Achievement

Krogen Extra Space

Seafarer Canvas LLC

Norwalk, Conn., United States of America

 

Outstanding Achievement

Island-Packet-40 / Challenging Stern Seat Enclosure

Mariner Canvas Co.

New Bern, N.C., United States of America

 

 

PRIVATE TENT RENTAL

 

Award of Excellence

Gatsby Themed Private Christmas Party

Fred’s Tents and Canopies, Inc.

Stillwater, N.Y., United States of America

 

 

CORPORATE TENT RENTAL

 

Award of Excellence

The 2013 International Fine Arts Exposition

Eventstar Structures, Corp.

Miami, Fla., United States of America

 

Outstanding Achievement

New York City Super Bowl Event

Eventstar Structures, Corp.

Miami., Fla., United States of America

 

 

TENT MANUFACTURING AND DESIGN

 

Award of Excellence

Ericsson’s NEST Symposium Hex

Eventstar Structures, Corp.

Miami., Fla., United States of America

 

Award of Excellence

50.00m Clear-Span Dome

Roder HTS Hocker GmbH

Kefenrod, Germany

 

 

INTERIOR DISPLAY

 

Award of Excellence

2013 CMA Awards Canopy

Moss, Inc.

Elk Grove Park, Ill.., United States of America

 

Outstanding Achievement

Haeckel Structure

CanvasLand Holdings Ltd.

Levin, New Zealand

 

 

COMMERCIAL INTERIORS

 

Award of Excellence

Dolby Lounge

Moss, Inc.

Elk Grove Village, Ill.., United States of America

 

Outstanding Achievement

Institut National du Sport du Quebec

Sollertia Inc.

Montreal, Que., Canada

 

 

GEOSYNTHETIC PROJECT

 

Award of Excellence

Ft. Pierce City Marina

Flint Industries

Metter, Ga., United States of America

 

Outstanding Achievement

Central Angostura Geotube® Coffer Dam

TenCate Geosynthetics

Pendergrass, Ga., United States of America

 

 

UPHOLSTERY

 

Award of Excellence

55 Bel Air

Hawkes Bay Trim and Canvas

Hawkes Bay, New Zealand

 

 

MISCELLANEOUS

 

Award of Excellence

Panjin City Sports Center

Shanghai Taiyo Kogyo Co., Ltd.

Shanghai, China

 

Outstanding Achievement

Newport Beach Civic Center

Tension Structures & Eide Industries Inc.

Cerritos, Calif., United States of America

 

DAY-BY-DAY IMPRESSIONS OF THE EVENTS

Robert McGlivray

Last Day Ends Quietly. The last day of a trade show like the combined IFAI Specialty Fabrics Expo and Advanced Textiles Expo usually gives time for members of the press to go around and really find out how exhibitors viewed the show(s). As the show wound down on Thursday afternoon, we talked with a few satisfied exhibitors.

 

Annelie Wester, Marketing Manger for Forsstrom High Frequency AB of Lysekil, Sweden, was pleased with the show. She said the company sold two of their HF welding machines eight on the show floor, something that usually never occurs at the IFAI Expo.

 

Scott Marks, Key Accounts Manager-TPU of Nike IHM, was also very happy at the response in his booth. Nike was exhibiting their fabrics for the first time. Mr. Marks said they were very busy all three days until the last hour.

 

Jamie Nute, West Coast Director of Sales at Miller Weldmaster, said the merger of the Sinclair Equipment Company wedge welder equipment lines into Miller Weldmaster, and the new relationship with JTE Equipment have both been well-received by the industry. The Miller Weldmaster booth appeared to be very active during much of the trade show.

 

We should also note three industry retirements: Robert McGilvray, president at Serge Ferrari North America; Harry Butler, Vice President of Marketing at Tri Vantage; and, Frank Sinclair, Founder and President of Sinclair Equipment Company. I've personally known these three individuals for at least 25 years and their absence will be missed.

 

Next year the IFAI Specialty Fabrics Expo and Advanced Textiles Expo will be held in Anaheim, Calif., USA, October 7-9. Posted October 16, 2014

A busy morning for Brookwood.

Attendance Remain Light on Second Day. There was some improvement of traffic on the show floor during the second day now that the Advanced Textiles conference sesssions were over. A few booths like Nike IHM and Super Fabric in the Advance Textiles section of the exhibition were extremely busy. Overall, traffic remained under the numbers of previous years. It's always a risk when you move a show like the IFAI Specialty Fabrics Expo around the US. As we have said before, don't always judge a show by attendance. There were a lot of new faces on the exhibition floor and it will take some analysis by exhibitors to find out if they saw the right people. [Full disclosure: The Minneapolis location was approved by me during my tenure as IFAI CEO/President, so it would be unfair to criticize the current IFAI management team for the location choice.]

 

At a special meeting in the afternoon, the Industrial Fabrics Association International formally announced an agreeement with The Makers Coalition (TMC) to partner on a nationwide workforce machine operator training. IFAI will be forming a Makers Division to oversee the partnership. Further, the Industrial Fabrics Foundation, the association's education-oriented foundation, has announced it will be making a major financial contribution to fund the startup of the program. In my opinion this is a very positive mood for the IFAI and will benefit the entire fabrication industry. As a result of the recession and departure of many companies to less expensive offshore sites, the country now has a serious shortage of skilled workers because those who were in the industry left for other careers. Congratulations to IFAI for championing this drive to train a new workforce for the technical textiles industry. Posted October 15, 2014

 

Exhibition Opens

Trade Shows Open. US Representative Keith Ellison helped IFAI Chairman of the Board Dave Clarke and IFAI President Mary Hennessy with a ribbon-cutting ceremony this morning, officially opening the IFAI 2014 Specialty Fabrics Expo and Advanced Textiles Expo. No pre-registration numbers have been given but looking down the aisles attendance seemed a blt on the light side for an opening day, especially in the afternoon. On the positive, though, were reports from a number of exhibitors of seeing new show attendees in the high tech applications which is exactly the type of visitors the shows needs to be successful going forward.

 

At the Welcome Reception, the Industrial Fabrics Association International held its Annual Meeting and announced the following had been given Honored Life Member status in the association: Peter McKernan, IFM, Herculite Products; Frank Sinclair, Sinclair Equipment; Nora Norby, MFC, Banner Creations; and, Seymour Hyman, Health Chem Corporation (now Herculite Products).

 

Also announced at the Annual Meeting was that Craig Zola of Herculite Products had been elected to the IFAI Board of Directors for a three-year Director term. Michael W. Erickson, MFC, of Canvas Designers Inc., has ended his Director term on the board. Posted October 14, 2014

Jeff Rasmussen

Advanced Textiles Expo Begins.  Today the conference portion of Advanced Textiles Expo 2014 (AT) began in Minneapolis, Minn., USA, with a series of presentations focused on medical and safety applications. AT is being held in conjunction with the 2014 Specialty Fabrics Expo. Both are organized by the Industrial Fabrics Association International (IFAI). IFAI's Market Research Manager Jeff Rasmussen opened the AT symposium with an overview of five key US markets for smart and interactive fabrics. Dr. Behnam Purdeyhimi was the keynote luncheon speaker, giving a presentation on the state of the nonwovens industry. Mary Lynn Landgraf will give the lead presentation on Tuesday morning, talking on the growth sectors in technical textiles. Ms. Landgraf is the Senior International Trade Specialist at the Office of Textiles and Apparel, US Department of Commerce. The trade exhibition for both Specialty Fabrics Expo and Advanced Textiles Expo also begin tomorrow. Posted October 13, 2014

US Congressman Keith Ellison

Congressman to Open IFAI Show. US Representative Keith Ellison of Minnesota will be participating October 14 in the ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the opening of IFAI's 2014 Specialty Fabrics Expo and Advanced Textiles Expo in Minneapolis, Minn., USA. After the ceremony, Congressman Ellison will then tour the show floor to talk with exhibitors and learn more about the technical textiles industry. Posted October 9, 2014 

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Coming Events

  • July 18-19: Advanced Materials for Defense Summit, Alexandria, Va., USA
  • July 18-21: Intermediate Nonwovens Training Course, Cary and Raleigh, N.C., USA
  • July 26-20: Outdoor Retailer Summer, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

Click here to view the complete technical textiles events calendar that includes show information links.

Is Saving the US Navy's Peacoat a Matter of National Security?

Since last August, the US Navy has been planning to phase out its iconic traditional wool peacoat in favor of a less expensive, synthetic cold weather parka which is lighter in weight and more versatile in types of inclement weather. It actually replaces two types of coats and the seabag the wool coat is stored.

 

The wool coat, however, has some powerful friends in the US Congress. Companies such as Northwest Woolen Mills in Woonsocket, R.I. and Sterlingware in Boston, Mass. Altogether, the supply chain involved in the manufacture of these woolen peacoats -- including sheep farmers -- is estimated to account for 400 jobs in the Northeast. Add to the drama that the new parka, made by the long-time military supplier Propper, is expected to be manufactured in Puerto Rico, a perceived feeling the new coat will be made by non-American workers. Read more...

 

Steve Warner

Publisher

June 29. 2017

BeaverLake6 Report at Techtextil North America

Wisconsin Contract Sewer Wins the Amazon Echo at Techtextil North America. Thanks for all who stopped by the BeaverLake6 Report booth at the Techtextil North America show last week in Chicago, Ill., USA. I truly appreciated talking with you about your company and the industry. For those of you who entered the drawing, the winner of the Amazon Echo was Jim Herman, owner of Wisconsew Inc., a contract sewing company located in Shawano, Wis., USA. Special thanks to Eduardo Castañer, publisher and general manager of Davison Publishing, for helping draw the lucky card. Posted June 24, 2017

President of American Fiber Manufacturers Association Passes. The American Fiber Manufacturers Association (AFMA) has reported Paul T. O'Day, president and counsel of the organization, passed away June 1. He was 82 and died peacefully at his home.

 

In a statement issued today, the organization said: "Mr. O'Day was appointed President of the Association in 1984. He was fiercely dedicated to the industry he loved for 33 years. A true gentleman and powerful intellect, Paul O'Day led the Association with a sophisticated wit and charm."

Posted June 5, 2017

Mars Prototype Shelter by MDT-tex

Imagination on Display in Frankfurt. It was known going into the Techtextil and Texprocess shows last week that tthere would be a record number of exhibitors and, further, there was so much attendance the last time in 2015 that the organizer decided to expand the length of the shows to 4 days in 2017. Thus so, it was no real surprise that the final report reveals more than 47,500 visitors came (an increase of 14% over 2015) from 114 countries. According to a poll taken of visitors, 42% felt the economic climate could be consider "good" (compared to only 32% in 2015). The next Techtextil and Texprocess shows in Frankfurt will be held May 14-17, 2019. Click here for more insight into the shows as well as the official final report from Messe Frankfurt. Posted May 17, 2017

Secretary Wilbur Ross

US Department of Commerce Leaves Textile Industry Out of Trade Agreement Priorities. Since President Donald Trump took office there has been much talk about the ambitious "America First" trade priorities including pulling out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement, the planned renegotiating of the North American Free Trade Agreement, and even revisiting the textile industry's disastrous US-Korea Free Trade Agreement.

 

So, it would seem logical the US textile industry would be a priority in the changes in all these trade talks. Apparently not.

 

Last week Department of Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, no stranger to the textile industry, named 6 core industries for its trade agenda -- steel, aluminum, vehicles, aircraft, shipbuilding and semiconductors. Noticeably missing was the consideration of textiles as a vital core industry for inclusion in these trade talks.  Despite back-patting about the optimism of working with the new Trump Administration when the National Council of Textile Organizations (NCTO) met in Washington recently  for its annual meeting, there seems to be a long road to hoe before textiles is taken seriously by the Federal government for its importance to the US economy. Again, I ask: Who will take the lead in developing a US textile industry vision?

 

Steve Warner

Publisher

Posted April 26, 2017

Trans-Pacific Partnership Withdrawal Impact

Bud Weisbart, MFC, IFM

"The United States is looked upon by those with whom I inter-related as less and less relevant as an economic force, and has become simply the market into which those within and outside of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) countries would sell their goods and services with little concern for reciprocity.  To me, our immediate withdrawal from TPP after the election only compounds this situation." Click here to read the entire posting by Bud Weisbart, a small business owner and frequent contributor to BeaverLake6 Report. Posted March 29, 2017

President Trump's Reveals 2017 Trade Policy Agenda

The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) has released President Trump's 2017 Trade Policy Agenda. The document, officially called 2017 Trade Policy Agenda and 2016 Annual Report of the President of the United States on the Trade Agreements Program, outlines the new Administration’s four trade priorities:

  • Defending the US National Sovereignty over Trade Policy
  • Strictly Enforcing US Trade Laws
  • Using Leverage to Open Foreign Markets
  • Negotiating New and Better Trade Deals

​BeaverLake6 Report has created a special page within this website and placed the first chapter of the 336-page document which summarizes the policy. Click here to read it. Posted March 2, 2017

What's the NCTO Game Plan for the Post-TPP Era?

Back on March 24, 2016, I was one of the first to predict the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement was a dead deal. In fact, I said that I wouldn’t be surprised that, if Donald Trump became President, the agreement is shredded on day one of his new administration. Well, I was off by three days. Yesterday, President Trump signed an Executive Order, officially withdrawing the United States from the TPP agreement. Now the question is can the National Council of Textile Organizations put together a comprehensive plan for the domestic textile industry in a post-TPP era? Click here to read the rest. Posted January 25, 2017

Steady Growth Prospects for Expanding Specialty Geosynthetics

There are literally dozens of market reports for the many market sections and subsections within the technical textiles industry. In 2017, BeaverLake6 Report will be introducing a few of these reports to our viewers. The first report being features is The Future of Spcialty Geosynthetics to 2021. It was developed by Smithers Apex, a market research firm based in the United Kingdom. 

 

In exchange for the promotion, Smithers Apex agreed to write an exclusive expanded executive summary of the market report for our readers. Click here to view the market summary. Posted January 9, 2017

2016 China Textile Innovation Conference Explores the Roads to a Textile Power

Sun Ruizhe

2016 China Textile Innovation Conference, as an annual summit of industry innovation, was held in Beijing on December 12th, 2016. The conference, themed on “New Opportunity, New Advantages, New Vitality” – Stepping Towards a Textile Power, comprehensively summarized the industry innovation achievements and explored the new advantages in development in order to grasp the strategic opportunity of the new round of industrial changes. BeaverLake6 Report is pleased to present a report on the conference via our partnership with China Textile magazine. Please click here. Posted December 21, 2016

In My Opinion

Re-Shoring: Good for the Goose is Not Good for the Gander?

Domestic PFD Manufacturer's Application for FTZ Additional Production Authority Riles Textile Industry Trade Associations. There is a nasty fight taking place these past few months behind the closed doors of Room 48019 at the Herbert C. Hoover Building in Washington, D.C. The room is the office of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board. The fight pits domestic technical textile industry suppliers and a coalition of textile-trade associations against a fairly large domestic end-product cut-and-sew manufacturer. Click here to read the story.

 

Steve Warner

Publisher

Jon Klein's Outlook 

I am pleased to announce BeaverLake6 Report has added a new column called "Jon Klein's Outlook." Jon Klein is the Business Development Leader at PrimaLoft® Aerogel insulation. With over 20 years in the industry, Mr. Klein has extensive experience in the textiles, apparel and footwear industry. Mr. Klein is a frequent contributor of short articles on LinkedIn, the world's largest business network, writing about the various market segments of the technical textiles. This column covers his LinkedIn postings. Please click here to go to his column. 

 

Steve Warner, Publisher

June 27, 2016

US International Trade Administration Publishes New Top Market Report for Technical Textiles

Industry Market Report Available.  What impact has the sale of decline of military products purchases have on government shelter fabricators? What is the outlook on textiles going into the automotive industry? What are three issues that can negatively impact the growth of the protective clothing market segment?

 

You can find the answers to all these questions in the 2016 State of the U.S. Technical Textiles Industry report published in Textile World magazine. Part One of the report is in the March/April issue and Part Two will be in the May/June issue.

Click here to go to the report on the Textile World website.

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In My Opinion

In 2015, I posted more than 425 items of interest for our industry on the BeaverLake6 Report website. In reviewing it all last week, it got me to thinking about putting together a list of influential events, news and trends that I observed during the past year. I have focused primarily on the US marketplace but each of “the things that mattered” to me has global implications.

 

So, here go my thoughts in no particular order of importance. Let me know if you agree or if I have missed some. Click here to read the list.

 

Steve Warner

Publisher

Posted January 17, 2016

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