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Cotton

Cotton is a bulk staple fiber produced from the cotton plant. It serves as the primary raw material for textiles all over the globe. It is grown in tropical and subtropical regions, within latitudes that provide a long frost-free growing period of 150 or more days per year.

Once harvested, cotton fiber is separated from its seed and is traded in bales of 75-220kg each. Crushed cotton seed produces oil primarily used for cooking and is used for animal feed.

Our strengths in cotton

Due to solid business relationships and our presence in all key producing markets, our Cotton Platform has steadily increased its business volumes and built a strong reputation with both suppliers and customers.

Our Group has developed and maintained the cotton industry’s premier proprietary research department, employing state-of-the-art technology to harness crucial information on a range of subjects including consumption, weather, economic and political developments, and macroeconomic trends.

We are on call 24/7 around the world for business developments and provide timely delivery programs for spinning mills across the globe. This is made possible through the strategic relationships we have with producers and producer cooperatives, our network of trading offices across the globe and our vital logistic assets.

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