We have integrated our ginning business and produce cotton
oil by using cotton seeds. It is a byproduct of our Cotton Ginning unit. Since its inception in the Year 1999, we have achieved continuous upward growth...........More
is a crop that exerts considerable influence on India's economy. Besides securing
livelihood for over 60 million people engaged in various vocations related to
farming, trade and textile industry, cotton is also instrumental in ensuring about
20% of our export earnings.
Cotton Industries and The Group of Industriesare fully modernized and composite
unit of Ginning and pressing. The ginning industry separates cotton fibers from
seeds. The ginning process is the most important mechanical treatment that cotton
undergoes before it is converted into yarns and fabrics. Any damage caused to
the quality of fibers during ginning cannot be rectified later in the spinning
or subsequent processes and milling.
has two aspects acceptable fiber attributes and high level of cleanness. The former
is genetically controlled and hence calls for earnest efforts in breeding research.
Cleanliness implies low levels for trash and contaminants that presently abound
in Indian cottons
of seed cotton is the rule. Material transfer is done mechanically. As a result,
trash (i.e Leaf bits, bracts, Motes, boll rinds, Honeydew, seed coat fragments,
cut seeds, Sand, dust stones Grass) and contamination (i.e. Plastic film, Polyester
& Jute fibre, Threads & fabric bits, Cotton threads and fabric, Plastic
ribbons, Metal pieces, Paper bits, Match boxes, Leather pieces, Human hair, Marking
ink, Oil, Grass) levels are low and we extremely care for the same.