April 14, 2024


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CCI tweaks cotton price to spur sales

Cotton Company of India (CCI), which created a record procurement in surplus of 107 lakh bales of the fibre crop during 2019-twenty season, has managed to liquidate about half its stocks in the earlier few of months. The condition-operate entity, which has rationalised the value beginning September, just after its low cost scheme ended on August 31, expects revenue to select up forward of the new harvest season.

Low cost structure

“We have marketed in excess of 55 lakh bales in the earlier few of months. The regular savings have been rationalised in the value by itself so that just about every category of consumer can get benefit of the value, irrespective of the quantity bought,” stated CCI Chairman PK Agarwal.

In the previously scheme, the bulk consumers benefited the most from the low cost structure. The rationalised cotton rates are reduce by ₹400-1,000 for each sweet of 356 kg, based on the top quality, size and the area from where it is marketed. The rates for September ranged from ₹35,300-37,200 for each sweet.

“Demand is coming up and we want a lot more mills to participate in the tender course of action,” Agarwal stated. CCI has supplied an supplemental low cost of ₹300 for each sweet for MSME mills. CCI, which has stocks of about sixty lakh bales, expects the carry ahead inventory to be not a lot more than ten lakh bales for the following season. “We count on very good mills to include the dry cotton at minimum up to December,” he stated. The every month intake by spinning mills is 26-27 lakh bales.