News from the American Cotton Shippers Association
Cotton Council International is sponsoring the COTTON USA Executive Delegation to India and Bangladesh. U.S. exporters and their agents are invited to send, at their own expense, representatives of their firms to the following:
- Monday, July 9 – COTTON USA Conference Mumbai
- Wednesday, July 11 – COTTON USA Conference Coimbatore
- Friday, July 13 – COTTON […]
Today, May 18, 2018, the U.S. House rejected the GOP farm bill by a vote of 198-213. Thirty Republicans joined all House Democrats in voting against the bill. House Republican leaders and members of the Freedom Caucus met last night in an attempt to resolve a stand-off over the farm bill and unrelated immigration […]
2018 April 4 – Attached announcement regarding MOFCOM proposed list to levy retaliatory tariffs on Chinese imports from the U.S. of agricultural and food products, including COTTON.
Union Compress in Cordele, Georgia, had a fire on 2/5/18, which destroyed 2,295 bales. Mark Slaight has been assigned the adjuster on behalf of the warehouse’s insurance company. Click on the link below to see the tag list.
Please contact him with any claims.
Slaight Services, […]
Please click on the attached below to view the location change for Moody Compress & Warehouse Company.
Please click on the link below regarding Moody Compress and Warehouse Company’s new location.
In July, China imported 411,171 bales (89,522 MT) of cotton, an increase of 23.77 percent month-on-month (m/m), and a decrease of 5.61 percent year-on-year (y/y).
The U.S. was ranked as the second largest cotton supplier to China in July, while Australia was ranked first, and India fifth. Although the imports from Australia increased rapidly in July, […]