Cotton

Cotton

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  • At 18% of the global total, India is the world’s largest producer of cotton. The cotton sector in India is considered the second most developed sector in the textile industry.

  • India is one of the largest producers as well as exporters of cotton yarn. The textile industry is also expected to reach US$ 223 billion by the year 2021.

  • It also has the largest area under cotton cultivation in the world, representing about 25% of the world’s area under cultivation

  • It also has the largest area under cotton cultivation in the world, representing about 25% of the world’s area under cultivation

manufacturing

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  • Step 1

    Procurement of Raw Material

  • Step 2

    Ginning of Raw Cotton

  • Step 3

    Cleaning of Cotton Lint

  • Step 4

    Dispatch

  • Step 5

    Branding, Packing and Storing

  • Step 6

    Cotton Lint Pressing

  • Mainly used in clothing, shoe strings, pillowcases, denim, towels and dollar bills. Linters are used in plastics, paper products, films, yarns and cosmetics.

  • Used for cattle feed which is good source of nutrition for cattle.

  • Cotton seed cakes are the semi solid material that remains after extracting the oil from the cotton seeds.

  • The main application of ginned cotton referred to as lint is for spinning operations.