Shubham Dey . Pune for providing all the necessary help during my project. Smriti Pathak of Indira college of commerce and science. I would like to help my colleagues for their support during my project and also to those who have helped me indirectly for this project.Acknowledgement I am very happy while expressing my sense of gratitude towards those who helped me and guided. I am overjoyed to acknowledge my sincere thanks to my internal guide Prof. and ICCS) without whose help and guidance this project would have been incomplete. I am greatly indebted to Mr. Prashant Kalshetti (HOD. during this project. BBA & BBM DEPT.

Index .

Introduction Historical references indicate that the earliest civilization to spin and weave cotton was that of India. It sustains the Indian cotton textile industry. Cotton plays a vital role in the Indian economy. This affinity has endured through the centuries and today India ranks first in cotton-cultivated area and third in production among all cotton producing countries in the world i. next to China and the USA. For over three thousand years (1500 BC to 1700 AD).e. India thus enjoys the distinction of being the earliest country in the world to domesticate cotton and utilized its fiber for manufacture of fabrics. India was recognized as the cradle of cotton industry. India has been the producer of cotton and of the finest and most beautiful cotton fabrics since time immemorial. which constitutes the single largest segment of organized industries in the country. It provides gainful employment to millions of people besides contributing substantially to the country’s .

300 pairs of socks or 680. 4. 3.100 pairs of boxer shorts. Cotton products Almost all parts of the cotton plant are used in some way including the lint. 1. chambray. It also made late Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. with the rest used in home furnishings and industrial products  . the first prime minister of independent India to observe thus: India has brought about a qualitative and quantitative transformation in the production of cotton since her independence.000 nappies. 2.000 cotton balls Products Made from Cotton Lint/Fibre  Cotton lint is spun then woven or knitted into fabrics such as velvet. jersey and flannel About 60% of the world’s total cotton harvest is used to make clothing.200 t-shirts. cottonseed. stalks and seed hulls  The fibre from one 227kg cotton bale can produce 215 pairs of jeans. velour.foreign trade. linters. The economic significance of cotton and cotton industry in India is so great that Mahatma Gandhi based his freedom movement on cotton economics. 250 single bed sheets. Production and productivity of cotton in India have improved significantly during the past five decades. coruroy.

cotton buds. t-shirts. fishnets and book binding Products Made from Cotton Seed   Over half the weight of unprocessed cotton (seed cotton) is made up of seed The most common uses of cottonseed are oil for cooking and feed for livestock. margarine. They are curly fibres typically less than 3mm long Linters are used in the manufacture of paper (such as archival paper and bank notes) and as a raw material in the manufacture of cellulose plastics Linters are commonly used for medical supplies such as bandages. cotton balls and x-rays   . Well known cotton products include denim jeans. very short fibres that remain on the cottonseed after ginning. towels. car tire cord. rubber. cosmetics. bed sheets and underwear More unusual uses of cotton fibre include tents. Cotton seed is pressed to make cottonseed oil. pharmaceuticals. Cottonseed can be made into a meal and is a popular feed for cattle and livestock as it’s a great source of energy   Cottonseed oil can also be used in a range of industrial products such as soap. high in poly-unsaturated fats and contains high levels of antioxidants (vitamin E) that contribute to its long shelf life Products Made from Cotton Linters  Cotton linters are fine. socks. water proofing and candles  Cottonseed oil is cholesterol free. emulsifiers. paint.

Company profile .

We wish to introduce ourselves as one of the leading cotton trading concerns in India. We are in service of the Textile Industry for the past 10 years. we deal in almost all varieties of raw cotton of Indian origin. we deal in Fully Pressed Cotton Bales with supplies counting to various Spinning and Textile units of repute. Organic Raw Cotton. Established in 2003. India. We offer our customers decades of rich and varied experience in terms of quality cotton sourcing. Established in 1963. We have also established a modern gin near Hyderabad with total automization to offer clean and contamination free long staple cotton to our quality concious customers.Introduction Venkatesh Cotton Trading Company based in Hyderabad . The experience of being long associated with this industry gives us the edge of being a quality conscious and reliable supplier. We specialise in long staple & Extra-long staple (ELS) cotton from AP. . We have our branch offices located at leading cotton centers in India backed by our field staff for selection of quality cotton and dispatch through reliable logistics. logistics. We offer our customers decades of rich experience in the field by way of good quality selection as per the requirement and systematic & on time logistics. Our business is related to Textile & Leather Products industry and we specifically deal in Raw Cotton.

Piyush Binayke B. Andhra Pradesh ( South ) – 500029 Details of company Name Date of Establishment Type of Business Turnover Venkatesh Cotton Trading company 21 september 2003 Manufacturer 2 – 5 crores .com 32 Male 24/05/1981 3-6-168/4 Hyderguda. Hyderabad.Details of the owner Name Qualification Age Gender Date of birth Address Mr.

open and participative environment to our dedicated employees for developing their potential and team performance. Continuous enhancement in the quality objectives for customer satisfaction and operational efficiencies. To build enduring relationship with our suppliers by giving them fair return on their products and services. profitable and growth oriented company. . Mission: To be the leading producer of cotton and blended yarn for knitting and weaving for local and international customers manufacturing well-known textile brands. To provide a professional.Vision: To be a dynamic. employees and communities in which we operate by initiating health care. To be responsible to the society. To strive for excellence and sustain position as a preferred supplier for yarn with a customer focused strategy. To achieve the comparative advantage by employing latest technologies for enhancing the efficiency and productivity. To give consistent financial returns to the shareholders on their investments. education and social welfare activities.


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