Cotton Council International (CCI) is organizing a seminar in Coimbatore, September 23, 2017. It will offer insights on the present scenario of US cotton and global cotton supply and demand. The seminar would give a brief introduction to US cotton industry and present why the world trusts US cotton. CCI would also be sharing the US cotton industry’s sustainability efforts and research findings from recent market and consumer studies.
There will be updates on global cotton production, demand, exports and import trends. India is the biggest consumer of Supima. This is a special extra-long staple fiber grown in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas. It’s known for its softness, strength, brilliance and lasting colors.
Recently India has seen an increase in the import of raw cotton, especially US cotton. Indian mills have shown a preference for US cotton demonstrated by importing more than a million bales of US cotton for the marketing year 2016-17. Cotton Council International is a non-profit that promotes US cotton fiber and manufactured cotton products around the globe with its Cotton USA mark. Its reach extends to more than 50 countries through 20 offices around the world. CCI’s mission is to make US cotton the preferred fiber for mills and manufacturers, brands and retailers and consumers.