Every now and then it is important to make sure that the amount of cotton you need is actually available in the place where it is supposed to be. Many transactions have turned into serious conflicts because the contracted cotton was not available after all.
Our services include supervising the loading and unloading of vehicles and containers as well as the formal count of available goods in a warehouse.
Cotton gins have come a long way since their invention in the 18th century. Once just wooden boxes with a few mechanical devices, they have evolved into complex machinery. Their most important function is still to separate lint from seed, but today they must also be able to remove dirt, moisture, and everything else that reduces the value of the ginned lint.
We use state-of-the-art equipment to monitor the operation of cotton gins and to make sure that they produce the best possible quality of lint. Our monitoring services help to increase the cotton’s market value for growers and to meet the fiber quality standards set by spinners. The monitoring also allows you to improve the ginning process in order to produce even better results.