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Cotton Council International unites industry leaders to weave India-US cotton trade relations

Cotton Council International unites industry leaders to weave India-US cotton trade relations

A Cotton Council International (CCI)-led media roundtable today promoted strategic India-US textile trade partnerships and highlighted US cotton as the preferred choice of imported cotton for Indian spinners. Tomorrow, June 19, a three-part “COTTON USA: Weaving Threads of Unity between the US Cotton and Indian Textile Industry” event in New Delhi will explore this partnership in more depth.

 

“India's textile industry is projected to grow to $350 billion by 2025, and as India is a key market for US cotton, there is substantial opportunity to expand our cooperation,” CCI Executive Director Bruce Atherley said. “Our discussions today emphasised the strategic importance of this partnership in driving sustainable practices and economic growth in both countries.”


To further this agenda at its COTTON USA event tomorrow, CCI will meet with US Embassy personnel then join five top Indian textile manufacturers, the US Cotton Trust Protocol®, Supima and other global cotton textile supply chain luminaries to discuss topics of mutual interest and chart a path of cooperation moving forward. The event will also feature a high-level panel discussion on “Celebrating Women's Influence in the Fashion and Textile Industry.

 

While India has picked up the pace in textile exports, registering a growth of 6.91% year-on-year in March, its ambitious target of $100 billion in textile exports by 2030 will require collaborative action and robust international trade pathways. The discussions today highlighted opportunities for synergy between US cotton and Indian stakeholders and charted a roadmap for an efficient and profitable partnership between the US and India that empowers Indian spinners, textile mills and manufacturers to achieve these goals.

 

“India’s impressive textile manufacturing ecosystem is energized with expansion opportunities, and we at Supima are excited about the partnership prospects that can arise out of this growing industry,” Supima President and CEO Marc Lewkowitz said. “The increasing demand for premium quality verifiable SUPIMA® cotton highlights the need for scaling production to meet global needs.”

 

Peush Narang, CCI’s program representative in India and Sri Lanka, added, “Our valuable partnership with the Indian textile industry will propel both industries; by using US cotton, Indian textile manufacturers can not only meet global quality standards but also enhance their competitive edge in the international market. Indian textile manufacturers are using high quality US cotton fibre to create beautiful garments. And by using US cotton, they also receive benefits of the entire COTTON USA™ experience—including full traceability of the supply chain, the unique COTTON USA SOLUTIONS® technical servicing program, and a package of services, data and intelligence—which no other cotton can provide.”

 

Cotton Council International (CCI) is a non-profit trade agricultural trade association that promotes US cotton fibre and manufactured cotton products to more than 50 countries with our COTTON USA™ trademark. CCI works with spinning mills, fabric and garment manufacturers, brands, retailers, textile associations, governments and the USDA to facilitate the use of US cotton. With more than 65 years of experience, CCI’s mission is to make US cotton the preferred fibre for mills/manufacturers, brands/retailers and consumers, commanding a value-added premium that delivers profitability across the US cotton industry and drives export growth of fibre, yarn and other cotton products.


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